Ginger root has an inviting, arousing, aroma that complements vital energy and strength. It has cleansing and soothing properties that support its use as an aid to healthy digestion and managing feelings of nausea, especially during pregnancy. Blends well with: Orange Sweet, Lemongrass and Vetiver
This oil helps to cleanse the sensory palate, particularly useful during the morning and early stages of pregnancy. Blend 2 drops with 3 drops of Spearmint and diffuse at night. 1 drop of this blend can also be rubbed onto the Solar Plexus, as required.
- Sore Throat
2 drops of ginger onto a warm compress, place on the throat and leave 10-15 minutes. Also, 1 drop into some warm saltwater and gargle 2-3 times daily.
- Healthy Appetite
To assist a healthy appetite and digestion, especially when eating is not appealing, add 3 drops of ginger to a diffuser one hour prior to eating. The effects can be enhanced by adding 2 drops Rosemary and 1 drop Cardamon.
Help create an atmosphere of energy and focus that may help with unexpected or unconventional challenges. Add 3-5 drops to a diffuser. Repeat as required. The scent of ginger may be enhanced by 5 drops Orange Sweet, 3 drops Cedarwood Atlas, or 5 drops Lemon and 2 drops Sandalwood.
Safety: CAUTION : This oil is very strong so use in small dosages. Only use as directed, be especially careful during pregnancy. Not recommended for children under 6 years. If ingested, drink milk and seek advice. Avoid contact with eyes: flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
Ginger is found in many civilisations for both culinary and medicinal purposes. The ancient Greeks and Chinese applied it for toothache, malaria, joint and muscular problems, and digestive complaints. It is also known as tonic and fortifying to the immune system. Ginger is stimulating and is believed to have aphrodisiac properties. Since the Middle Ages it has been valued by the Western world as a digestive aid and for cold and flu symptoms, due to its warming and antiseptic qualities.Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.
Zingiber officinalis, rhizome, distilled, certified organic, Madagascar.
alpha-Zingiberene, alpha-Curcumene, beta-Sesquiphellandrene, Bisabolene