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Ginger

Zingiber officinale

Ginger from Aromatics

Ginger

Zingiber officinale

Description

This Ginger is distilled from fresh Ginger. Ginger is warming and used in Chinese medicine for internal and external "dampness". Often used for nausea caused by traveling, pregnancy, and chemotherapy. Ginger stimulates more circulation to the areas on which it is used. Its antispasmodic properties bring relaxation and calming to an otherwise contracted situation. When the stress of contraction is relieved, the opportunity for healing arises. Great to help bring balance to the digestive system.  Mojay states, "Therapeutically, ginger oil is essentially warming, invigorating & decongesting."  Mojay also suggests combining Orange, Roman Chamomile and coriander essential oils to relief nausea associated with travel and morning sickness. 

Try adding a few drops of Ginger to your blends in the winter. It offers that spicy, warming, soothing sensation that is so needed at this time of year.

Properties
Aromas
Spicy
Sweet
Warm and Radiant
Notes
Base
Middle
Chemical Families
Sesquiterpenes
Therapeutic Properties
Helps maintain healthy joints and muscles
Helps with occasional upset stomach
Assists in fighting germs
Antispasmodic
Supports perspiration and increased elimination through the skin
Promotes discharge of phlegm and mucous from the lungs and throat.
Country of Origin Madagascar
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Rhizomes
Botanical Family Zingerberaceae
Applications + Recipes Resources
  1. Battaglia S. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd edition, The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, Australia, 2003
  2. Davis P. Aromatherapy an A-Z. New revised edition C.W. Daniel Company Limited, England, 1999
  3. Keville, K. Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art, The Crossing press, USA, 1995
  4. Mojay G. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit, Henry Holt and Company Inc., England, 1996
  5. Price S. Aromatherapy for Health Professionals, Churchill Livingstone, 1995
  6. Picture from NAHA
Safety + Shelf Life

May cause skin irritation for those with sensitive skin. Use in low dilution when applying to the skin, such as in baths or massage oils.

The suggested shelf life is 4-5 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
GIN-107 January 2015
GIN-106 Fall 2013
GIN-104 Spring 2012
GIN-103 Winter 2010
GIN-102 Winter 2008
GIN-101 Fall 2006

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Description

This Ginger is distilled from fresh Ginger. Ginger is warming and used in Chinese medicine for internal and external "dampness". Often used for nausea caused by traveling, pregnancy, and chemotherapy. Ginger stimulates more circulation to the areas on which it is used. Its antispasmodic properties bring relaxation and calming to an otherwise contracted situation. When the stress of contraction is relieved, the opportunity for healing arises. Great to help bring balance to the digestive system.  Mojay states, "Therapeutically, ginger oil is essentially warming, invigorating & decongesting."  Mojay also suggests combining Orange, Roman Chamomile and coriander essential oils to relief nausea associated with travel and morning sickness. 

Try adding a few drops of Ginger to your blends in the winter. It offers that spicy, warming, soothing sensation that is so needed at this time of year.

Properties
Aromas
Spicy
Sweet
Warm and Radiant
Notes
Base
Middle
Chemical Families
Sesquiterpenes
Therapeutic Properties
Helps maintain healthy joints and muscles
Helps with occasional upset stomach
Assists in fighting germs
Antispasmodic
Supports perspiration and increased elimination through the skin
Promotes discharge of phlegm and mucous from the lungs and throat.
Country of Origin Madagascar
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Rhizomes
Botanical Family Zingerberaceae
Applications + Recipes Resources
  1. Battaglia S. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd edition, The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, Australia, 2003
  2. Davis P. Aromatherapy an A-Z. New revised edition C.W. Daniel Company Limited, England, 1999
  3. Keville, K. Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art, The Crossing press, USA, 1995
  4. Mojay G. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit, Henry Holt and Company Inc., England, 1996
  5. Price S. Aromatherapy for Health Professionals, Churchill Livingstone, 1995
  6. Picture from NAHA
Safety + Shelf Life

May cause skin irritation for those with sensitive skin. Use in low dilution when applying to the skin, such as in baths or massage oils.

The suggested shelf life is 4-5 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
GIN-107 January 2015
GIN-106 Fall 2013
GIN-104 Spring 2012
GIN-103 Winter 2010
GIN-102 Winter 2008
GIN-101 Fall 2006

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