10ml Bottle: $12.00 Member - $18.00 Retail
Its sharp, pungent, slightly citrus-like scent excites the senses. Its warming qualities and its energizing are good to use for feelings of loneliness and winter depression In fact, it's used as an aphrodisiac due in part to its exotic aroma.
Has been shown to be good for nausea. The British medical journal Lancet reported Ginger was more effective than the popular antihistamine drug Dramamine for preventing motion sickness, and unlike the drug, it doesn't leave you feeling sluggish.
Historically known for its ability to kill intestinal parasites, Ginger has long been used in Japan and parts of Africa for this purpose, and scientific research now supports this.
The 40+ constituents in Ginger have been shown to kill roundworms and other parasites more effective than commonly-prescribed commercial antiparasitic preparations.
Shown to be well suited to help ease colds, flu, nausea, motion sickness, muscle aches and pains, as well as poor circulation and arthritic pain.
BATH: In blended massage oil or diluted in the bath, it can be used for arthritis, lethargy, nausea, colds and flu, muscle aches, poor circulation and digestive upsets.
DIFFUSION: Can help relieve catarrh, lethargy, nausea, colds, flu, and feeling of loneliness and loss of libido.
INHALATION: Inhale 2 drops from tissue or cotton ball. Use for nausea, colds, flu and motion sickness.
MISTING SPRAY: Mix 5 - 10 drops into 2 oz. distilled or pure water. Shake well.
TOPICAL: May apply to the colon reflex points on the feet. Add to cream or lotion to aid with arthritis, muscle aches, poor circulation and to disperse bruises.
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Producing Organ: Root
Extraction: Steam distillation
Country of Origin: China
Properties: Analgesic, anti-emetic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, carminative, cephalic, expectorant, febrifuge, laxative, rubefacient, stimulant, stomachic, sudorific and tonic.