Ginger essential oil uses

                   

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) belongs to the family of flowering plant Zingiberacea, it is commonly use as spice and as medicine in the ancient China, India and in the Arab culture. The warm, spicy ginger oil is extracted from the roots, the oil is as potent as the fresh root. It contains anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, analgesic and aphrodisiac properties. Ginger essential oil is use in the treatment of such problems as stomach disorder, respiratory problem, inflammation, erectile dysfunction, stress and anxiety, menstrual cramps and nausea. Other uses include aromatherapy, treatment for malaria, kidney stone and for spice and flavoring.

 

Ginger essential oil uses, quick glance:

  1. Ginger oil for flu and cold
  2. Ginger oil for stomach discomfort
  3. Ginger oil for inflammation
  4. Relieves stress and anxieties
  5. Reduce menstrual pain
  6. Ginger oil for hearth health
  7. Ginger oil for male sexual health
  8. Use an antidote for food poisoning
  9. Cures nausea
  10. Use to treat malaria
  11. Remove kidney stone
  12. Ginger oil for healthy hair
  13. Ginger as spice

 

  1.  Ginger oil for flu and cold

Flu also known as influenza is a contagious respiratory illness caused by flu viruses. The virus usually infect the upper respiratory tract which includes the nasal passages, throat and lower respiratory tract (lungs).

Ginger contains antiviral and antibacterial properties which hampered flu virus. Fresh ginger or ginger oil helps to fight viral infection by slightly raising the body temperature which makes it difficult for the viruses to survive.

Also the analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of ginger alleviates the pain and discomfort associated with flu. Ginger loosens the mucus from the lung and sinus, thereby soothing the lungs tissues.

It also increases perspiration which removes toxins, strengthen your system  and prevents further infections in your body. Normally during flu, people usually have problem with digestion, ginger stimulate your appetite and improves your digestive health.

You can add about 5-6 drops of ginger oil to boiled water, cover your head with cloth or towel, raise your head above the bow by 10-12 inch and inhale the steam. You can diffuse ginger oil or inhale directly from the bottle.  You can also take a small piece of fresh ginger, chew it slowly to relieve your flu and cold.

 

  1. Ginger oil for stomach discomfort

Ginger essential oil offers one of the best remedy for stomach problems such as, indigestion, spasms, stomach ache, colic, flatulence and diarrhea.

Adding ginger oil to your recipes could go a long way to improves your digestive system, ginger stimulate your appetites, therefore ginger is good for those who want to add weight.

 

 

  1. Ginger oil for inflammation and pain

In a study published in the Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, it revealed that ginger essential oil has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive property. The study shows that there is increase in enzyme levels in the blood of mice after treated with ginger essential oil.

The Zingibain, an anti-inflammatory substance found in ginger reduces the effects of scavengers free radicals which often damages the body tissues. It also reduces the pain which results from rheumatism, arthritis conditions, migraines and headache.

 

  1. Relieves stress and anxieties

When applied as aromatherapy ginger oil like other essential oil offers relieves to your body. It relieves your stress and anxiety by calming your nerves and rejuvenating your mental alertness.

 

  1. Reduce menstrual pain

Why continue  taking chemically formulated drugs for menstrual cramps when you can easily offers yourself with this natural food of ginger to get rid of menstrual cramps. We are not in any way creating an overall impression that you should not take your medication, what we are simply saying is that you can get healed of your menstrual cramps just from the natural foods you eat with out any side effect.

The University of Maryland Medical Center recommends taking ginger two to three times a day while you are experiencing menstrual cramps.

However if you have extreme pain, you might have the condition called dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea can be a sign of problems in your uterus or other pelvic organs, including PMS, endometriosis or ovarian cysts. If you experience this extreme condition, do not hesitate to see your doctor.

The zingibain contains in ginger  is responsible for alleviating pains, adding ginger oil to your diet or preparing ginger tea can go a long way in reducing your menstrual pain.

 

  1. Ginger oil for hearth health

Researchers have suggested that those adults who consume ginger on daily bases may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by 13%. Ginger essential oil reduces cholesterol levels and blood clotting, when blood vessels become blocked it can lead to chronic heart problems like heart attack or stroke.

 

  1. Ginger oil for male sexual health

Ginger essential oil heats up male libido and increase your sex drives. It improves problems of erectile dysfunction by increasing blood flow to the male genital organs.

Topically massage a blend of ginger oil with cinnamon oil to the lower part of your abdomen or your feet for best result. You can also diffuse ginger oil in your room to stimulate your sexual desires.

 

  1. Use as an antidote for food poisoning

Ginger essential oil, ginger tea or eating fresh ginger is capable of alleviating food poisoning which may result to stomach discomfort like constipation or vomiting.

Ginger contains analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties which give you instant relieve from several stomach problems.

Add some drops of ginger oil/juice to one table spoon honey or prepare ginger tea add one tea spoon of honey. You can also chew fresh ginger to give you instant relieve from your stomach discomfort.

 

  1. Ginger oil for nausea

Ginger oil is also good for dousing nausea, especially motion sickness. Just add like 2-3 drops on your palm, rubs behind your neck or on your temple. You can also inhale the substance directly from the bottle.

 

  1. Use to treat malaria

Study has indicated that ginger oil and roots are effective in the treatment of malaria. Simply boil some fresh ginger roots for about 10-15 minute allow to settle sieve and drink.

Ginger increases your perspiration and lowers your body temperature, you feel some instant relieve from your malaria symptoms. Ginger also boosts your immune system against bacteria attack.

 

  1. Remove kidney stone

Ginger is diuretic, that they increase the level of urine expelled from the body. The roots are believed to dissolve kidney stone. They are also said to contain citrate which helps prevent the formation of kidney stones.

 

  1. Ginger oil for healthy hair

Ginger oil also improves the condition of your hair by preventing hair loss, treats dandruff and leaves your hair moisture and nourished. Simply add 1table spoon of ginger past with 1 table of any choice of your carrier oil, massage carefully on scalp and leave for about 25 minutes and rinse with shampoo.

 

  1. Ginger as spice

Ginger has been used as spices for ages, ginger as spice add a unique flavor to your food. The oil or the dried powdered ginger which are commonly found in the market, sprinkled on salad or smoothies it gives a unique kinds of aroma.

 

                    Ginger essential oil precaution

Do not use ginger oil too much to avoid taking overdoes which could cause heart burn, sore mouth.

Ginger oil should be diluted with other essential oil carrier before using directly on the skin.

If you are using ginger oil on your skin for the first time, it is advice that you carry out a skin patch test before using directly on your skin.

Pregnant women or nursing mother should consult their doctor before using ginger oil.

Reference:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih/term=ginger+oil

ttp://drericz.com/essential-oils-for-sex/#comment-138894

https://draxe.com/ginger-essential-oil/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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