Latin Name: Zingiber officinale Country of Origin: Madagascar Cultivation Method: Organic Aroma: Fresh, bright, spicy, pungent, close to aroma of fresh ginger Extraction Method: Steam distilled Plant Part: Fresh root Energetics: Tonify Yang, warming, rising, stimulating circulating. (P.Holmes) Safety: Non toxic, non irritating, potentially skin sensitizing, No known contraindications. If you have hypersensitive skin, patch test first. Actions supported by clinical studies: Anti emetic.
Leading / Common Uses:Digestive: Nausea, morning sickness, travel sickness, indigestion. Also noted in studies to increase gastrointestinal motility. Respiratory: Stimulating to the respiratory system for chronic coughs, sinusitis, bronchitis. Musculoskeletal: Ginger is warming and helps improve micro circulation, helpful as and ingredient in massage blends for some types of pain with stiffness, warming cold limb, increasing circulation and invigorating.
Note: There is a noted difference between the chemical compounds of steam distilled ginger and ginger extracted using CO2 extraction method. FYI, we will be adding Ginger CO2 to our product list, we currently use Ginger CO2 in our Q-Easy blend.
Recipe – Warming Massage Blend
6 drops ginger (distilled or CO2)
6 drops rosemary
6 drops orange Add to 1 ounce (30 ml) carrier oil or natural lotion.
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