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Essential Oil Ginger

Perfumery Note: Middle - Base

Botanical Name: Zingiber officinale

Aromatic Description: Ginger Essential Oil smells warm, spicy, earthy and woody.

Consistency: Thin

Ginger Essential Oil Uses:

  • Aching Muscles

  • Arthritis

  • Nausea

  • Indigestion

  • Poor Circulation

  • Nervous Exhaustion

The aroma of Ginger Essential Oil can vary widely, depending on the distillation and quality of the root being distilled. The distillation of fresh ginger root can lead to an aromatically superior oil, one that I absolutely adore. 

Topically, Ginger Essential Oil can be useful in blends and formulations intended to help improve circulation. It's a frequent addition to blends for massage, arthritis and muscle aches and pains.

When used topically at low dilutions or in a diffuser, Ginger Oil can help to ease nausea and motion sickness. Since Ginger Oil is so strong, I do not recommend that anyone without a formal education in herbalism or aromatherapy take it without being under the care of a qualified aromatherapy practitioner (instead, try Ginger Tea or Crystallized Ginger). 

Aromatically, Ginger Essential Oil is spicy and warming. Though it is especially well suited for fall and winter months, I use it all year round. I love combining Ginger Oil in the diffuser with citrus oils and other spice oils.

Ginger Oil is one that is not a personal favorite to everyone, but is an oil that can significantly enhance a blend or synergy.

Emotionally, I find Ginger Essential Oil energizing and uplifting. It is considered an aphrodisiac. Its aroma is a wonderful addition to blends especially formulated for men (women love it too).

Spiritually, I personally find Ginger Essential Oil to be a welcome addition to my blends for expressing gratitude.

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