Ginger oil is very beneficial and you might consider making it on your own, instead of buying the extract. It can help treat digestive issues, diarrhea, nausea, and morning sickness if you consume it. Also, it will relieve pain and boost the energy when applied topically.
USAGE: Inhale 2-3 drops in a diffuser when you need some energy boosting which is also effective in the case of sinus problems. You can also use ginger oil in the cases of diarrhea and gas issues. Apply a drop on your abdomen and massage gently. Several drops of ginger oil in a hot bath will help you get rid of the pain.
You will be able to relieve arthritis, rheumatism or other muscles and bones pain, with a simple massage. For that purpose use a mix of 2-3 drops of ginger oil in one ounce of a carrier oil.
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Ginger Oil Is Also Beneficial In These Several Cases:
Taking 2-4 g of ginger per day can prevent many chronic diseases.
Ginger oil is antiseptic. Therefore, it helps against food poisoning, bacterial dysentery, and intestinal infections.
If you use ginger oil on regular basis you will reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by 13%. It can also reduce the risk of blood clots, arteriosclerosis and will lower the bad cholesterol levels in the blood.
It can reduce the chances of hypertension and decrease the blood pressure.
Malaria and yellow fever
The main cause for Malaria are Anopheles culicifacies mosquitoes and ginger oil is effective against them.
It is efficient against bronchitis, cough, flu, asthma, and breathlessness.
How To Make Ginger Oil
- Fresh ginger,
- 1,5 c olive oil,
- Oven-safe bowl,
- Cheese grater.
Over a cup of fresh ginger pour some water and let it dry nicely. Don’t peel off the skin. Into an oven-safe bowl put some olive oil, chop and shred the ginger and add it to the olive oil.
Heat the oven to 150 degrees Fahrenheit, put the mixture and leave it like that for 2 hours. Then, in order to filter it pour everything through an unbleached cheese cloth. Afterward, squeeze the oil from the cloth and transfer it into bottles. Keep the ginger oil in a cool and dry place.
People with sensitive skin should not use ginger oil before they make a patch test. It is good to dilute the oil in other carriers- bergamot or sandalwood oil. It is much safer for use in weaker concentrations.
Ginger oil can be sometimes photo-toxic, so remember not to apply ginger oil on the skin areas which will be exposed to the sun within 24 hours.
It is forbidden for young children and pregnant women should consult a medical expert. Those who are ginger root sensitive should also avoid ginger oil.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS: Skin rashes, mouth sores, heartburn, and nausea.