Ginger Steam Distilled Oil
Ginger Steam Distilled Oil

Ginger Steam Distilled Oil

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Ginger /Zingiber Roscoe, Zingiberaceae


Since ancient times, ginger has been consumed in folk medicine and traditional cuisines for its favorable health effects.. The prominent features transmitted by ginger into different food areas are antioxidant and nutraceutical values (bakery); flavor, acceptability, and techno-functional characteristics (dairy); hedonic and antimicrobial properties (beverages); oxidative stability, tenderization, and sensorial attributes (meat); and shelf life and sensorial properties (film, coating, and packaging).Ginger has been used for thousands of years for the treatment of numerous ailments, such as colds, nausea, arthritis, migraines, and hypertension.The distinctive aroma flavor of ginger is the resultant blend of these three non-volatile active compounds (gingerol, shogaol, and zingerone), which constitute one to three percent of fresh ginger by weight.


Qualities : Light to digest 

Taste  : Spicy 

Nature : Warm Potency

-Ginger is one of the richest antioxidants 

Ginger root contains a very high level of total antioxidants. Antioxidants are substances that help prevent certain types of cell damage, especially those caused by oxidation.ginger essential oil helps fight free radical damage.start with a small dose (one or two drops) and add it to any meal that calls for ginger.

-Ginger treats upset stomach and supports digestion

Ginger essential oil is one of the best natural remedies for colic, indigestion, diarrhea, spasms, stomachaches and even vomiting. Ginger oil is also effective as a nausea natural treatment. Examinations showed that ethanol-induced lesions, such as necrosis, erosion and hemorrhage of the stomach wall, were significantly reduced after the oral administration of the essential oil. When inhaled it was effective in reducing nausea and the requirement for nausea-reducing medications after surgery.Ginger essential oil also demonstrated analgesic activity for a limited time - it helped relieve pain immediately after surgery.To aid digestion and get rid of toxins, add two to three drops of ginger oil to warm bath water.

 


 -Helps Infections Heal

Ginger essential oil works as an antiseptic agent that kills infections caused by microorganisms and bacteria. This includes intestinal infections, bacterial dysentery and food poisoning. It has also proved in lab studies to have antifungal properties.Add two to three drops to a diffuser or inhale twice daily.

-Aids Respiratory Problems

Ginger essential oil removes mucus from the throat and lungs, and it’s known as a natural remedy for colds, the flu, coughs, asthma, bronchitis and also loss of breath. Because it’s an expectorant, to increase the amount of secretions in the respiratory tract, which lubricates the irritated area. Currently, Ginger oil is being heavily explored in natural treatment of Asthma. To relieve respiratory conditions, drink ginger tea or add one drop of ginger essential oil to green tea twice daily.

 

-Alleviates Muscle and Menstrual Pain

Because of its pain-fighting components, like zingibain, ginger essential oil provides relief from menstrual cramps, headaches, backaches and soreness. Research suggests that consuming a drop or two of ginger essential oil daily is more effective in treating muscle and joint pain than the painkillers that are given by general practitioners. This is because of its ability to reduce inflammation and increase circulation.

 

-Relieves Anxiety

When used as aromatherapy, ginger essential oil is able to relieve anxiety, anxiousness, depression and exhaustion. The warming quality of ginger oil serves as a sleep aid and stimulates feelings of courage and ease.In ayurvedic medicine ginger oil is believed to treat emotional problems like fear, abandonment, and lack of self-confidence or motivation.



RESEARCH LINKS 

  1. NCBI
  2. NCBI.
  3. Herbals