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Ginger Essential Oil

Essential Oils are made from natural plant extracts. They can be diluted in a base for use on the skin to help a variety of conditions or used in a burner. Please read the full description below for all the information about the oil.

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Bit of History: Ginger, like so many of the spices is a native of Asia. It grew originally in India and China and made its way to Europe via the “Spice Route” in the Middle Ages. The Spaniards introduced it to South America. It has been recorded that women in Senegal weave belts of pounded Ginger to revive their husbands flagging sexual prowess but this may not be a fashion that European men would take to so enthusiastically. Uses: Ginger helps chills, colds, flu and fevers as its fiery properties combat the feverishness. One good remedy is to put several drops of Ginger with some Orange oil in a warm bath and soak for 20 minutes. It is good for conditions such as colic, flatulence, loss of appetite, nausea and travel sickness. Ginger oil is excellent for arthritis, muscular aches and pains, poor circulation, rheumatism, sprains and strains. Mixes well with: Sandalwood, Vetivert, Patchouli, Frankincense, Rosewood, Cedarwood, Coriander, Rose, Lime, Neroli and Orange oils. How to use essential oils: Use in a burner, humidifier/diffuser by adding a few drops to water. Use in inhalation with a steam vaporiser or put on a handkerchief/tissue on the pillow. Place a few drops in a warm bath. Use in a Foot Spa or Jacuzzi. Dilute in carrier oil or cream base and apply directly onto the skin. Each of our essential oils contains a full information sheet with the oil.

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