Saturday, 9 April 2016

Why Adding a Drop of Ginger Oil is the Best Thing You Can Do for Your Health

Ayurveda, the oldest healing system on earth, prescribes Ginger as a solution for many health issues.  There are numerous health benefits of ginger essential oil (Zingiber officinale), an oil steam distilled from the roots of the plant. The Journal of Microbiology and Antimicrobials published a study back in 2011 that revealed ginger can help to improve immune function.
Ayurvedic medicine has highlighted ginger’s ability to boost the immune system. It  found that because ginger is so great at warming the body, it can help break down the accumulation of toxins in your organs.
The essential warming property of gingerol, the active ingredient of ginger root, makes it ideal for digestive support. The essential oil can be topically applied in highly diluted form over the abdomen in a compress.
The essential oil, when diffused or inhaled, supports the lungs’ natural function of clearing any heaviness or discomfort.
Ginger contains many of the much needed nutrients for our body’s health; such as proteins, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C, iron, choline, folic acid, inositol, manganese, pantothenic acid, silicon and a small amount of vitamin B3.
Chemical constituents and therapeutic properties of Ginger essential oil: The major chemical components of Ginger essential oil are camphene, a-pinene, b-pinene, zingiberene, geraniol, borneol, neral, geranyl acetate, 1,8-cineole, citral, b-bisabolene, linalool, nerol, geranial and y-terpineol.
Ginger essential oil is an effective natural approach for dealing with emotional problems like fear, abandonment, and lack of self-confidence and of motivation. Using 2 drops of Ginger essential oil in diffuser, aromatic candles or in bath can help in improving memory power, treat mood swings, tendency to procrastinate, disconnectiveness, hopelessness, stress, anxious feelings, exhaustion, restlessness.

How to Use Ginger Oil

Inhalation: Use ginger in combination with bergamot (a drop of each is lovely) to support healthy energy levels and feelings of well being.
Internal Use: Add a Drop of Ginger Oil to a glass of water or any other healthy beverage

Other Ways To Use

To stimulate the circulatory system, use 2-3 drops in 1 ounce of carrier oil and massage into body.
For runny nose, use 2-3 drops as a steam inhalation.
Dilute 2 drops ginger essential oil with one tablespoon castor oil as a compress or as a massage oil to support the active parts of your body.
Mix one drop ginger oil with three drops of roman chamomile and add to a warm bath to soothe an upset belly.
For easy breathing, use 4 drops of ginger with a few drops of cardamom essential oil plus two drops of thyme essential oil in steam therapy.
Ginger is great for air travel, as well as any type of motion sickness. Try inhaling or with some hot tea before traveling for a smoother experience. Or just apply a dab on your earlobes, base of your neck, and your wrist.
You can also add 2 drops of Ginger oil to warm bathing water before going to bed or before starting a hectic day.

Cooking with Ginger essential oil is a great way to enhance your dishes and get the great benefits health wise.

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