According to traditional Chinese medicine, as long as the body is affected by moisture, ginger can be used for treatment. Since the body cannot handle the moisture in the body, it can cause symptoms such as diarrhea and nasal and throat mucositis. The external humidity can cause rheumatism and many winter diseases. These diseases can be treated with "hot" ginger.
If you have rheumatism, arthritis, muscle pain and fatigue, you can dilute 1%-3% ginger essential oil for hot compress or massage, but too much ginger essential oil may make the skin sensitive. If you are too lazy to dilute the essential oil, you can add a drop of ginger essential oil directly to any massage oil mixture. A small amount of ginger essential oil can be evenly mixed with most other types of essential oils, especially orange and other citrus essential oils.
Essential oils can be obtained by distilling the roots of ginger by distillation. The freshly distilled essential oil is slightly yellowish, and then the color will become darker. The taste of essential oil is similar to green or fresh ginger. The main ingredients are gingerin, ginger oil, gingerone and gingerene.
Suitable essential oils: bergamot, sandalwood, ylang ylang, etc.
It is a medium to low volatility essential oil.
Botanical name: Zingiber Officinale
Manufacturing part: root
Extraction method: Distillation
Origin of Origin: India
Product information: 100% natural essential oils