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More than just a spice, ginger’s benefits have been treasured for thousands of years. Though the spice is known for helping soothe tummy troubles, in aromatherapy, Ginger Root oil can help:

  • Rejuvenate and stimulate high spirits**

  • Instill a sense of euphoria**

  • Stimulate the passions**

Read more about Ginger Root Oil

What is Ginger?

An ancient spice, ginger’s warm and spicy flavor has been desired by palates across the world for thousands of years. Zingiber officinale, a reed-like perennial growing 3-4 feet tall and sporting long, green leaves and bright, yellow and pink flowers, is native to the tropics of Southeast Asia. Lying in the warm earth below its unassuming aerial parts, the true treasure of the ginger plant grows in a knotted mass. This mass is the ginger you’ll find in the grocery store or farmer’s market, and in truth it is not a root but is actually a rhizome—a thick, underground cluster of stems from which the plant’s roots and shoots emerge.

The use of ginger has a long, rich history. It has been added to foods to encourage easy and comfortable digestion, most notably traditional ginger tea. While the first official use of ginger changes depending on who you ask, it is generally accepted that Chinese and Ayurvedic traditions first sparked ginger’s reputation and have been incorporating this spice into their practices for over 5,000 years.

Arab traders monopolized the sale of ginger during the spice trade in 200 B.C. when the demand for its earthy flavor and wellness applications was soaring. Marco Polo brought ginger on his adventures across oceans and continents, Spanish conquistadors brought it to the West Indies, and the Philippines promoted the spice for dispelling evil spirits. Its popularity and appreciation has since grown exponentially and can be found throughout the history of cultures worldwide!

Ginger Root Essential Oil

Steam distilled from the rhizome and roots, ginger root oil is an energizing and uplifting addition to any aromatherapy routine. Ginger root oil emits a strong, sharp aroma, one that instills a sense of the earth beneath your feet with its pleasant woody undertones. Its spicy fragrance can be both rejuvenating and euphoric.

Blending essential oils opens up a world of wellness possibilities! Other oils that complement ginger root’s earthy fragrance include: bergamot, cedarwood, clove, coriander, eucalyptus, frankincense, geranium, jasmine, juniper berry, lemon, lime, neroli, orange, patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver, and ylang ylang oils.

Piping Rock's pure Ginger Root Oil is available in 1/2 oz. & 2 oz. bottles.

Ginger Root Oil Directions for Use

Add 3-5 drops of Ginger Root Oil to a diffuser or vaporizer, to a bowl of steaming water or a hot bath to fill a room with its warm scent. To use topically, add ~5 drops of Ginger Root Oil to ~10 mL of any Piping Rock carrier oil.

Ginger Root Oil is for external use only and should be diluted in a carrier oil such as sweet almond, jojoba, grapeseed or avocado oil before being used topically. Do not apply to broken or irritated skin. Always consult your trusted physician before adding any essential oil to your regimen, especially if you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications. Discontinue use and alert your doctor should an adverse reaction occur. Keep out of reach of children and away from eyes and mouth. Essential oils are flammable.