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Ginger essential oil

  • Latin name: Zingiber officinale

  • Distilled part: Rhizome

  • Origin: North and south-east of Madagascar


  • Digestive tonic

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Against sexual fatigue and impotence


  • Dyspepsia, flatulence, indigestion, aerocolic, incapacity, constipation

  • Joint and rheumatic pain

  • Powerlessness

  • Candidoses

  • Dermocaustic oil, to be used systematically diluted in external use up to 20% in vegetable oil

  • Do not use in case of anticoagulant treatment or before surgery.

    Authorized Users

    Adults and Youth
    Not recommended for pregnant or nursing women and children under 8 years
    Babies and pregnant women can use it in atmospheric diffusion.

How to use it ?

  • Against Constipation

Orally, 1 pure drop in a teaspoon of olive oil, before meals, for up to 3 days


  • Sexual fatigue

Cutaneously, 3 drops in 12 drops of plant oil applied along the spine and lower back, 2 times daily for 10 days.


  • Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatism.

By skin, 1 drop of essential oil of Ginger in 4 drops of plant oil massage on the painful area, 3 times a day for 7 days.


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