Z is for Zingiber officinale

Amphora gingerGinger               Zingiber officinale              Keyword: Digestive

This lovely warming oil should be used in small doses. Great for bilious attacks and travel sickness. Great in a burner with orange.

It is a wonderful oil for use in a blend for muscular aches and pains especially after physical activity. Should be avoided on sensitive skin so best to do a skin test before using on large areas of the skin

Not for use with children at any age.

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Well we have come to the end of the AtoZChallenge. I have loved having so many of you along and leaving so many wonderful comments. I am glad to have given you an insight into the wonderful world of aromatherapy, and how you can help keep yourself healthy with these natural products.

Blessings Joy

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10 thoughts on “Z is for Zingiber officinale

  1. Essential oils are really on an upswing. I have another friend who is adding them to her health/nutrition business (Empowering Health on FB). Browsing through your posts, looks like they have another benefit: lots of interesting words to blog about for the hard letters of the alphabet 🙂

    • Thanks Lissa, more and more people are turning to natural products to help look after themselves, as we begin to appreciate that allopathic medicine leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to leaving us feel beter, and not just change one symptom for another as side effects of the treatment are common. I wish your friend the best of luck. And yes it was an interesting challenge, finding words for some of the letters. Blessings Joy

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