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Ginger Zingiber officinalis (1613)

Ginger has a warm, spicy and familiar aroma. A powerful antiseptic and stimulant, it provides a beneficial support to the respiratory, circulatory and digestive systems. Try a few drops on a hankie if you're on choppy seas! It also soothes the muscles after strenuous workouts, and can be blended well with any citrus oil, and Geranium, Sandalwood or Ylang Ylang.

Ginger is strongly associated with the digestive system. Ginger root is one of the key remedies in ayurveda for stimulating digestive fire (agni), and Ginger essential oil lends itself well to abdominal massage where it may be used in a blend. It is warming and stimulating, encouraging movement, but also soothing to tired muscles. It brings warmth wherever it is applied, so it is a great oil to use in the winter months. It blends well with ylang ylang, other spice oils such as clove, coriander, vetiver, and most citrus oils.

This is a pure therapeutic-quality aromatherapy essential oil from China, and is obtained from the rhizome of the plant.

See also How to Use Essential Oils, and Safe Use of Essential Oils.

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Ginger, Zingiber officinalis

Warming and stimulating. Brings determination and clarity. Supportive for the digestive and circulatory systems.

£6.25 (inc VAT) £5.21 (exc VAT)
SKU:
1613_5ml
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Product Details

Name:
Ginger
Botanical name:
Zingiber officinalis
Cultivation:
Conventional
Country of origin:
China
Part of Plant:
Rhizome
Fragrance Note:
Top/Middle
Contraindications:
May irritate sensitive skin.
Major compounds:
alpha-Zingiberene, beta-Sesquiphellandrene, Camphene, beta-Phellandrene, beta-Bisabolene
Item no:
1613

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