Ginger Essential Oil

Spark Naturals Ginger oil from China is warm, sweet and powerful with citrus-like notes comparable to orange and lemon.

History

Ginger (zingiber officinale) is native to China and throughout Asia and has been considered highly medicinal for many, many generations. In the Middle Ages, ginger was brought to Europe by traveling tradesman and is now used worldwide. It’s essential oil is not only used for medicinal uses, but is also used in exotic, oriental-type perfumes. Ginger has a very strong, hot, rich flavor when used in the kitchen. It is most often used in sweets – specifically gingerbread. The fresh and dried rhizomes are used throughout the world for sweet and savory dishes and for making ginger beer and wine.

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Benefits

Asian medicine uses dried ginger for stomach problems such as stomach-ache, diarrhea, and nausea. Ginger oil is well suited to help ease colds, flu, morning sickness, motion sickness, and muscle aches. Certain studies have shown Gingers benefit on joint health, but it is most commonly known for promoting healthy digestion and easing occasional indigestion and nausea. This warming oil is helpful with feelings of loneliness and winter depression.

Ginger EO

Uses

Diffuse: 2-4 drops in your favorite room diffuser to relieve lethargy, nausea, colds, and flu, or 1-2 drops in a car diffuser when feeling car sick.

Topically: Apply over the lower abdomen for a soothing, calming massage

Hot Compress: apply to needed areas to aid in arthritis, rheumatism, muscle aches and digestive upsets

If pregnant: gently inhale or apply topically on feet to aid in feelings of nausea

Cook: Add Ginger essential oil to your favorite sweets and savory dishes

Precautions

Keep out of reach of children. Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or nursing, please consult with your physician before using. Always avoid contact with eyes.

Reviews

“Good stuff for fighting sickness.”-Shar

“I get motion sickness really bad. A ginger tea seems to help a lot. I put one drop in my tea and it settles the nausea.”-April

“I get motion sickness really bad. A ginger tea seems to help a lot. I put one drop in my tea and it settles the nausea.”-Shannon

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