used for my stomach issue
$16.00 (Incl. GST)
|Ginger Fresh Essential Oil
100% PURE, THERAPEUTIC GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL
|COMMON NAME||Ginger Oil Fresh|
|BOTANICAL NAME||Zingiber officinale|
|PLANT PARTS USED||Fresh root|
|COUNTRY OF ORIGIN||Indonesia
|Ginger has been used since ancient times and remains a favourite for many during colder months or any condition where coldness or a contracted state predominates, due to its warming tonic properties.
Nature/Essence – Warming & Stimulating
FOR THE BODY
As an inhalation Ginger essential oil helps ease nausea, motion sickness and morning sickness. It can be diffused or used as an inhalation to support immune defences and ease coughs and respiratory congestion (especially indicated when chills and fatigue are also present). Applied in a compress or massage oil it warms and eases stiff, tired or sore joints and muscles and stimulates circulation to cold extremities. Massaged onto the abdomen it can also help ease menstrual and digestive spasms and stimulate digestion
FOR THE MIND
Ginger is a stimulating oil to help reinvigorate when feeling flat, emotionally cold or lacking energy. It is grounding and helps strengthen the mind, restoring motivation, confidence and vigour. It has been used as an aphrodisiac and may be of use when feeling indifferent, cold or lethargic.
BLENDS WELL WITH
Bergamot, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Spearmint, Orange, Sandalwood, Ylang-ylang, and other spice oils.
|Appearance||Colourless to orange-yellow oil|
|Odour Description||Warm, fresh-woody, sharp, spicy|
|Main Constituents||Zingiberene, limonene/phellandrene, trans-farnesene, sesquiphellandrene|
|Specific Gravity||Min 0.870||Max0.900|
|Optical Rotation||Min-52.0||Max -20.0|
|Refractive Index||Min 1.485||Max1.494|
Wonderful and fresh. Would definitely recommend!
The Ginger French oil goes great in a winter massage balm - adds some warmth to the body and helps to keep the you warmer over the colder seasons. Also goes well when massaged onto an upset stomach as ginger is a wonderful tummy tamer, or try massaging into the tummy before going offshore boating/fishing if you get a little seasick.