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Driving down a swirling road or sloshing up and down at sea is rarely fun for anyone. Nausea kicks in and BAM, the day is off track. But the day doesnít have to be ruined. A few deep inhales of Ginger's sweet and slightly spicy aroma can alleviate nausea and focus the mind. Mental fatigue and motion sickness don't stand a chance with Ginger in hand. It also aids in poor circulation, colds, achy muscles and migraines. Ginger is an exceptional addition to any massage oil. It boosts the immune system and has amazing warming qualities. Because it's aroma is so potent and powerful, Ginger should always be highly diluted when used on the skin. Many people use Ginger as a remedy for seasonal affective disorder. For thousands of years, Ginger has been a favorite domestic spice in the Eastern and Western Hemisphere. In China, fresh Ginger is used for rheumatism and bacterial dysentery. It has long been used as a digestive aid and to soothe the respiratory system. Ginger is an upright perennial herb that grows up to 3 feet in height. It has spreading thick roots that have a very strong aroma. Each year, the plant sprouts green reed-like stalk with narrow spear shaped leaves and white or yellow flowers. The root is put through a hydrodifusion extraction method to capture the essential oil. It blends wonderfully well with Fennel and other citrusy oils. BOTANICAL NAME: Zingiber officinale ORIGIN: Sri Lanka EXTRACTION METHOD: Hydrodiffusion PLANT PART: Root NOTE: Base FAMILY: Zingiberceae BLENDS WELL WITH: Fennel, Lemon, and other spices and citrus AROMA: Sweet, spicy, and similar to the aroma of Ginger candy CONSISTENCY: Thin - Medium COLOR: Yellow **Euro droppers are not included with 100 ml bottles** SHELF LIFE SAFETY: Follow general dilution guidelines no urgent safety issues SHELF LIFE: 7 Years
Size: 5 ml
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