Ginger grass oil is fresh & spicy with a sweet lemony note; it has a complex aroma. It has warming massage blends for muscles & joints. It brings inspiration & motivation for achieving new goals. It is steam distilled from the grass.
Blends well with:
This oil blends well with Cananga, Geranium, Rosewood, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, and other essential oils that are floral.
It mainly consists of geraniol, farnesol, geranyl acetate, methylheptenone, citronellol, citral, dipentene, and limonene.
- Used in aromatherapy
- Improves the circulation of blood
- Helps in calming and reduction of stress, as well as the opening of sinus passages
- Promote Emotional Health
- Relieves Respiratory Congestion
- Acts as an Insect Repellent
- Promotes Skin Health
- Provides Pain Relief to Muscles and Joints
Popular Uses & Benefits
- Used in the treatment of cramps, arthritis, hangovers, travel and colds, and flu, congestion, coughs, rheumatism, sore throat, diarrhea, fever, and sores on the skin.
- Natural grass oil of Ginger produces a hot, fragrant kitchen spice.
- One of the most amazing Ayurvedic uses of Ginger grass oil in the Medicinal and Pharmaceutical sectors.
- Used for skin health
- It pacifies the mind from hassles
- Helpful in joints or muscle pain
- Internal use may help support healthy digestion
- Soothing and calming aroma
- Known as an internal use digestive aid to help ease occasional indigestion and nausea
Directions For Use
Â Use three to four drops in the diffuser
- Apply one to two drops to the desired area.
- Dilute with a carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.
- Keep away from children.
- If pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor.
- Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.