Well known for it's aphrodisiac and energizing properties, Ginger essential oil is used for cases of impotence, reduction of libido or fatigue. It's toning action on the digestive system helps to bring relief from flatulence, indigestion, and constipation.
Ginger, botanical name Zingiber officinalis Roscoe, is cultivated in Madagascar. The Ginger essential oil is obtained by complete steam distillation of the roots. 100% pure and natural, it has the quality label HESD (Essential Oil Scientifically Defined).
How to use
HOW TO USE
In a bath
Dilute 15 to 20 drops organic Ginger essential oil in 10mL of Bath base dispersant and pour this mixture into the bath water.
As a massage
Mix a few drops organic Ginger essential oil in Sweet Almond vegetable oil or lipophilic extract of Hypericum perforatum (St John's Wort) or in Dermoneutre. Never incorporate more than 3% of this essential oil into the mix.
For immediate ingestion, dilute a few drops of this essential oil in Solubol, it is also possible to pour 1 to 3 drops Eona organic Ginger essential oil onto a sugar lump or into a teaspoon of honey before ingesting. In cooking, allow 1 drop Ginger essential oil for 15mL vegetable oil (about 1 tablespoon) to supplement the seasoning.
- Mode of Extraction - Complete steam distillation
- Botanical name - Zingiber officinalis Roscoe
- Part of plant used - Root
- Geographical origin - Madagascar
- Type of culture - Organic
- Quality - Essential Oil Scientifically Defined (HESD) 100% pure and natural
Digestive troubles: flatulence, indigestion, constipation, bloating, loss of appetite, sexual fatigue: reduction of libido, impotence, rheumatism, bronchitis
Digestive stimulant, digestive cicatrisant, general tonic, anticatarrhal, expectorant, energiser, aphrodisiac, carminative
Alpha zingiberene (22 to 38%), beta sesquiphellandrene + ar-curcumene (5 to 20%), camphene (5 to 13%), alpha farnesene (3 to 9%), neral + geranial