Ginger Essential oil - Pranarom
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Zingiber officinale 5ml Application Digestion and Intestinal Health Joints and Muscles Circulatory Care Ginger oil is a .. See More
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- Digestion and Intestinal Health
- Joints and Muscles
- Circulatory Care
- Ginger oil is a great aphrodisiac! Awakens sexual appetite. This is the central point of the discussion whether ginger is a food that helps increase sexual desire, stimulating pleasurable moments. That's a truth. But not because food is a kind of “nectar of the gods”, but because it brings together a series of benefits that, combined, increase sexual appetite. One of the reasons is to warm the body, improving blood circulation. Which causes the whole body — including the genitals — to have more blood flow. The only part of this truth that is a myth is that this aphrodisiac power is caused by the aroma of ginger. The smell of the food can be very good and refreshing, but only consuming the root to stimulate hot moments.
Therapeutic indication, dosage and precautions:
- O.E. Exotic Basil – 2ml
- O.E. Ginger – 3ml
- O.V. Apricot kernel – 5ml
- Oral use: 5gts in a teaspoon of honey 2x a day. The oral route should only be used in children over 6 years of age.
- Cutaneous/topical route: 15gts in the belly 2x a day, massage clockwise. This route can be used in children under the age of 6 years.
- Precautions: Always dilute in cutaneous and oral applications Ginger essential oil must not be administered in synergy with hypotensive, antacid, anti-ulcer, antiplatelet, oral anticoagulant and Diclofenac drugs. It can be used topically in pregnant women from the 4th month and on babies from the 4th month of life.
2- Male sexual impotence
- 5gts of Ginger in 5gts of vegetable oil over the pubic symphysis and over the lumbar, sacrum and coccyx, 2-3x a day.
- Inhale 2-3 times a day.
- Intake 2 gts in teaspoon of honey per day, not exceeding 20 consecutive days
- Precautions: Always dilute in cutaneous and oral applications Ginger essential oil should not be administered in synergy with hypotensive drugs, antacids, anti-ulcer agents, antiplatelet agents, oral anticoagulants and Diclofenac. It can be used topically in pregnant women from the 4th month and on babies from the 4th month of life.
- How it works? Contributes to greater blood flow to the periphery.
- Note: For women, sexual stimulant essential oils should be floral, for example, jasmine and ylang-ylang.
Aromatic molecules: α-zingiberene, β-sesquiphelandrene, β-bisabolene
Distilled part: the rhizome
Most frequent use: Local use and oral use.
Ginger rhizome has been known for over 6,000 years in India and China for the treatment of stomach ailments, diarrhea and nausea, but it is also known for its culinary uses. Currently, numerous double-blind placebo trials have proven the efficacy and safety of ginger in the treatment of nausea caused by pregnancy and postoperative nausea. The “E Commission” for herbal medicine recognizes the medicinal use of the ginger rhizome to treat digestive problems and prevent nausea caused by means of transport.
Take 1 to 2 drops, maximum 4 drops per day.
Maximum recommended daily dose for the oil: 4 drops - 150 mg.
To promote intestinal transit: 3 drops CTEO Ginger + 3 drops CTEO Exotic Basil.
2 drops of this mixture in a little honey in the morning and in the evening.
A belly massage
Also, let's not forget that in aromatherapy a regular clockwise massage of the stomach is recommended in case of digestive discomfort. It can be practiced with vegetable oil flavored with about 10% essential oils for antispasmodic and digestive purposes. An interesting formula could be the following:
Exotic basil HECT (ocimum basilicum) 25 drops
Ginger HECT (zingiber officinale) 20 drops
Tarragon HECT (artemisia dracunculus) 25 drops
Ess. Tangerine zest (citrus reticulata) 20 drops
HECT noble chamomile (chamaemelum nobile) 25 drops
HV arnica montana 10ml in hazelnut HV (coryllus avellana) QSP 50ml
The formula shown can be used in massages from 12 years old to facilitate digestion and relieve stomach pain, massaging 5 to 6 drops of the mixture in the stomach in a clockwise direction, 2 to 3 times a day. Not suitable for pregnant or epileptic women.
For babies and young children, let's not forget that a suitable oil is needed, such as the comforting oil for belly massage from the PranaBB line, which also works on infantile colic.