100% Pure Essential Oil
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Add 5-8 drops in an aromatherapy diffuser so you can breathe in the oils therapeutic benefits.
10-20 drops per 30ml or 1oz of carrier oil for massage or simply add a few drops to a warm bath, soak and relax.
aching muscles, arthritis, nausea, poor circulation
It is a perennial herb that can grow to 3 feet high with a thick spreading root which is very pungent. The plant is native to southern Asia and most of the essential oil is distilled in China and India. Its name is derived from the Gingi district of India. It has been used as a domestic spice and as a remedy for thousands of years, especially in the East.
In the western hemisphere, ginger has been used to strengthen digestion, relieve fl atulence and improve the
assimilation of food.
Apply a drop of pure essential oil to a handkerchief for quick inhalation, it can be used for nausea, morning sickness, indigestion, colds, fl u and travel sickness. Ginger is warming to the emotions and sharpens the senses. It aids the memory and can be useful when studying or where concentration is needed.
When using Ginger in skin care, please keep in mind that this is a hot & spicy oil - great for warming and many healing applications, but also prone to causing skin irritation in high concentrations. Adding a Ginger-type blend to a warm bath brings welcome stimulation to sore, stiff and overworked muscles. Blend the essential oil with some half and half, honey and vinegar before adding it to the water, so that the droplets will dissolve in the water and not float concentrated at the surface.
Blends well with:
cedarwood, cinnamon, citrus oil, neroli, patchouli, petitgrain, rose, sandalwood, vetiver and ylang ylang
Do not take any oils internally. Do not apply undiluted oils, absolutes, CO2s or other concentrated essences onto the skin. If you are pregnant, epileptic, have high blood pressure, liver damage, cancer or any other medical problem, use oils only under the proper guidance of a certified Aromatherapist. Keep out of reach of children.