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Ginger Essential Oil
Summertime Essential Oil Series
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Latin Name – Zingiber Officinale
Ginger essential oil has a warm and spicy aroma.
Its roots are steam distilled.
This is a middle note essential oil. An important note about it is that it is strong and tends to take over a blend. So keep that in mind and only add a couple of drops at a time so as not to overpower a blend.
Ginger is a digestive tonic, sexual tonic, expectorant, and pain reducer.
Want to feel more confident and self-assured? Ginger is the “Ultimate Encourager”. 1 Try the spicy, warm scent of this essential oils in your blends! (also see the Energy Synergy Blend below!)
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This EO is helpful for:
- reducing swelling
- soothing sore muscles and joints
- calming muscle spasms and cramps
- encouraging circulation and warmth
- supports digestion
- easing nausea
- creating optimism
Going on a trip? Make a blend with Ginger essential oil and motion sickness melts away.
Ginger Root CO2 Extract 10 mL – Click the link to see Ginger Root at Plant Therapy!
I LOVE USING Ginger essential oil in an inhaler and sugar scrubs!
It can be an irritant to the skin. So when blending for topical use you should balance it with a good oil to nourish your skin like roman chamomile. Do not use if pregnant or nursing unless under a doctors care.
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