Ginger Root – 100% Therapeutic Grade
- Botanical Name: Zingiber officinalis
- Plant Part: Root Extraction
- Method: CO2 Extraction Origin: China
- Color: Pale yellow liquid.
- Common Uses: Ginger Essential Oil is believed by aromatherapists to be applicable for colds and flu, nausea (motion sickness, morning sickness), rheumatism, coughs and circulation issues. It also has warming properties that help to relieve muscular cramps, spasms, aches and ease stiffness in joints.
- Strengthens Heart health
- Taken internally: The essential oil is the best way to use ginger as medicine. — internally to treat health conditions or rubbed topically with a carrier oil on an area of pain.
- Also serves as a natural remedy for asthma patients
- To treat vomiting: add one drop of ginger oil to a glass of water or cup of tea and drink slowly.
- Stress: Ginger oil, being an essential oil, is stimulating and therefore relieves depression, mental stress, exhaustion, dizziness, restlessness and anxiety.
- Stomach: Ginger root and ginger oil are often used for upset stomachs. It is one of the best remedies for indigestion, stomach ache, dyspepsia, colic, spasms, diarrhea, flatulence and other stomach and bowel related problems
- Ginger is also viewed as an aphrodisiac and is believed to ease anxiety, renew vitality and revitalize self-confidence.
- Food Poisoning: Ginger is an antiseptic and carminative substance. As a result, it can be used to treat food poisoning. It is also used for treating intestinal infections and bacterial dysentery.
- Nausea and Vomiting: motion sickness and vomiting. Use of ginger may also result in a reduction of pregnancy-related vomiting in women.
- Ginger Root CO2 Essential Oil has a warm, spicy, woody scent with a hint of lemon and pepper. It is very similar to the powdered spice.
- Kidney Stones helps to dissolve them
- Dandruff it’s use prevents it
- Aphrodisiac: serves as an effective and natural aphrodisiac, as well as a natural remedy for impotence. — For low libido, diffuse two to three drops of ginger oil or apply one to two drops to the feet or lower abdomen.
- Respiratory disorders: Since ginger root and ginger oil are both good expectorants, they are effective in treating various respiratory problems such as cold, cough, flu, asthma, bronchitis and breathlessness.
- Removes mucus from the throat and lungs, so it is often added to tea in India. The health benefits of honey and ginger in treating respiratory problems is well known.
- Menstruation Problems: Irregular and painful menstrual discharges can be treated with ginger.
- Self-Assurance and courage: it is known as “the oil of empowerment“
- How to use:
- apply to stomach must use carrier oil with it 3 drops carrier oil to 1 drop of ginger oil.
- Use in a hot tea two drops in a cup.
- take with honey in a spoon and swallow one drop to a teaspoon of honey
Cautions: Ginger Essential Oil can irritate sensitive skin. Avoid use during pregnancy.
Caution: If you’re taking a blood thinner medication, talk to your doctor before taking ginger essential oil because it can increase the risk of bleeding.
Caution: Don’t use ginger essential oil if you are on medications for diabetes because it may lower your blood sugar level.
Caution: If you are on high blood pressure medications, don’t take ginger essential oil because it will also lower your blood pressure, which can make it too low.
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