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Ginger Root Essential Oil

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Ginger Root

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description

Ginger oil is extracted from the roots of a perennial herb that grows to be about 3 feet high. Ginger is known to be used for medicinal purposes in ancient times, and now is a commonly used kitchen spice. Ginger is said to help reduce the feeling of nausea and may also help to boost your immune system.

Details

Origin: China

Plant part: Root

Botanical Name: Zingiber officinalis

Extraction method: CO2 Extraction

Blends With: Frankincense, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Orange, and other spice oils.

Aroma: Has a deeply warm, spicy, woody scent with a hint of lemon and pepper. It is very similar to the powdered spice.

therapeutic properties

Analgesic, anti-catarrhal, anti-septic, aphrodisiac, carminative, digestive, expectorant, febrifuge, laxative, rubefacient, stimulant (circulatory, digestive, limbic), sudorific, and warming.

reports

You can find the GC-MS quality report for our Ginger Root essential oil by clicking here.

Safety, Storage and Shelf Life

Safety: Proper dilution should be followed. It may cause skin irritation in some individuals. A small skin test is recommended prior to use. Avoid contact with eyes.

Storage: Always store out of direct sunlight and away from heat. If possible store in refrigeration for extended life.

We have some additional information about essential oil storage on our blog.

Shelf Life: 84 Months

additional information

Bottling: Our 5ml, 10ml and 15ml bottles come with euro dropper tops. Our 30ml and 60ml bottles will come with a traditional top and a complimentary dropper with a measured glass pipette for easy measuring. The complimentary dropper should not be used while storing the essential oil.

You can view the rest of our essential oil selection by clicking here.

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