Ginger Root CO2 Uses
- Aides Digestion and relieves nausea
- Reduces bloating and gas
- Reduces Inflammation
- Treats menstrual cramping
- Lowers stress
- Dry, itchy scalp treatment
** Ginger Root CO2 is not recommended or safe for use on children
This Ginger Root CO2, Essential oil from Plant Therapy™, has a warm spicy scent with a lemony hint. It can be classified as woodsy. Accents well with other oils like Bergamot, cedarwood atlas, jasmine, orange, rose, and many more.
Dilute this Ginger Root CO2 Essential oil using a.5 -1% ratio with carrier oils for topical use. Use dilutes in a bath with other oils and Epsom salts or as aromatherapy.
Works well with any carrier oil but highly recommend those from Plant Therapy™ for the best result.
Blends Well With
Turmeric CO2, Rose Absolute, Sandalwood Australian, Bergamot, Cedarwood Atlas, Clove Bud, Coriander Seed, Jasmine Absolute, May Chang, Orange Sweet, Petitgrain, and +more.
3 Sizes Available: 10ml, 30ml, 100ml
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