Herbaceous plant of the Zingiberaceae family.
The area of origin is Sri Lanka. The rhizomes are distilled in a current of steam.
The scent is warm, spicy, woody.
Quantity: 8 ml
Origin: Sri Lanka
Distilled: Sri Lanka
Internal Use: Yes
Natural flavoring for food
The essential oil of Ginger (Zingiber) is a symbol of irony and cheerfulness, it accompanies the brilliant spirits, capable of stinging without hurting.
According to the Italian Ministry of Health, it has beneficial effects on the cardiovascular system and helps maintain normal blood circulation. It supports joint health and counteracts localized states of tension. It has anti-nausea, digestive and beneficial properties on regular intestinal motility and carminative capacity. Counteracts menstrual cycle disorders.
Aromatherapists say that Ginger essential oil stimulates the immune response, thanks to its great antibacterial properties.
It is also effective as a digestive, in case of nausea and toothache.
It is used in massages to relieve rheumatic, muscular and arthritic pains.
It can help phlegmatic, addicted, indecisive or just plain lazy temperaments.
Source of heat, it gives vigor, eliminating the sense of precariousness, alerting the senses and reflexes.
Room diffuser: 3/4 drops in 100 ml of water.
Bathtube: 5/6 drops of essential oil emulsified in coarse salt or milk or cream or honey to be put in hot water (to prevent the oil from evaporating due to the heat).
Massage: dilute a few drops of essential oil in a tablespoon of oil through.
Food use: we recommend 1/2 drops every 100 gr. of food as a flavoring to be added at the end of cooking (we suggest to always start with the lowest recommended dose to possibly increase the drops in the future).
Warnings: Use in moderation. Do not use in case of chronic diseases, during pregnancy and during breastfeeding.
If in doubt, consult a doctor or pharmacist.