Ginger

Ginger: Rheumatism, arthritis, numbness, muscle fatigue, digestive problems, nausea, nervous exhaustion, sexual tonic and seasickness. Antiseptic, stimulant, analgesic, aphrodisiac and fortifying. Reduces inflammation, headaches, sinusitis, stimulates appetite and aids in circulation. Powerful tonic for entire digestive system. Varicose veins, poor circulation, eases angina, aids lower back pain, sprains and injury. Aids impotence, frigidity, regulates menstruation. Scent: Peppery, fresh, sharp, pungent, earthy, warm, top note. Source: Rhizome   -    COMMON NAME: ginger

BOTANICAL NAME: zingiber officinale

ORIGIN: Africa, China, India, Jamaica, Japan

PARTS USED: roots (stems)

FRAGRANCE: smoky, spicy, sweet, woodsy

BLENDS: allspice, cedarwood, cinnamon, clove, coriander, elemi, frankincense, galbanum, lemon, lime, neroli, orange, patchouli, rose, rosemary, sandalwood, spearmint, vetiver

AROMATIC BENEFITS: anchoring, energizing, invigorating, memory loss, stimulating, strengthening, stress, warming

PHYSICAL USES: antiseptic, antispasmodic, appetite stimulant, arteriosclerosis, arthritis, bronchitis, bursitis, carminative, cerebral palsy, chilblains, chills, circulatory stimulant, colds, constipation, convalescence, coughs, cramps, diabetes, diarrhea, edema, exhaustion, fibrositis, flatulence, fractures, frostbite, ganglion, hair loss, hangovers, indigestion, inguinal hernia, laryngitis, laxative, lower abdominal pain, lumbago, motion sickness, muscular aches, muscular dystrophy, nausea, normalizes blood pressure, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, parasiticide, pneumonia, rheumatoid arthritis, sea sickness, sprains, synovitis, tendinitis, tennis elbow, tonsillitis, travel sickness, vomiting

SAFETY WARNINGS: May irritate sensitive skin. Slightly phototoxic. Dilute well before use.