Benefits of Ginger - Homemade Skin Care


Benefits of Ginger - Homemade Skin Care - This oil is used in many commercial and homemade skin care products: soaps, shampoos, balms, body scrubs, creams, lotions, bath oils, massage oils and more. Ginger oil blends well with: bergamot, frankincense, neroli, rose, sandalwood, yiang-yiang, patchouli, rosewood, cedarwood, coriander, lime, grapefruit, geranium, spearmint, lavender, orange, vetiver and other spice or citrus oils. It's a non-toxic and, mostly, non-irritating substance, except when used in higher concentrations.

Ginger Oil

CAUTION! Ginger oil can irritate skin and cause photosensitivity, (sensitivity to sunlight). It can cause allergic skin reactions such as rashes, hives, redness or other skin irritations. Those with sensitive skin should either avoid using ginger oil or use with extreme caution. Stop using any products containing ginger oil, immediately, upon signs of skin irritation. If symptoms persist, seek advice from your medical health provider.

MAKING HOMEMADE SOAP:

Some just love that distinctive scent of ginger in their soaps! Ginger is used for making soap but it should be used with extreme caution. If you are just learning how to make soap, do not use ginger or ginger oil without the guidance of a master soap maker.

As mentioned previously, ginger can be very irritating for some. Understand all about ginger before using it, in anyway. Use this soap making oil with other citrus or spice type of oils to have a complimentary, blended, aroma.

A touch of ginger oil can been handcrafted, with other natural oils, in a homemade shampoo. Ginger has been known to either control or help get rid of dandruff. A homemade shampoo with, a very small amount of, ginger oil can be cleansing, conditioning and nourishing for the hair and scalp. There are many, healthful, benefits of ginger root and ginger essential oil! Ginger is used around the world in a variety of ways!

There are many benefits of ginger and are used in various ways! Ginger is included in the rhizome of the Zingiber officinale plant. Rhizomes are horizontal rods of plants that are usually found underground. Roots and shoots grow from the knot.

Other names for rhizome are rootstalk or rootstalk creep. Therefore, you may have heard the name ginger, commonly referred to as root ginger or ginger.

Ginger is an annual plant, like a reed, growing three to four feet tall. This results in a group of shoots of white and pink flowers that bloom into yellow flowers. Because of its attractive beauty and attractiveness to warm the climate, it is used as a landscape for many subtropical homes.

Ginger has a sweet and spicy aroma. The young ginger rhizome is runny, fleshy and has a very mild taste. This is taken and used as an ingredient in cooking dishes or soaked in boiling water for ginger tea.

Dry powdered ginger is often used as a spice for snacks: candy, bread, cakes, biscuits, cakes, and more. The roots of adult ginger are fibrous and almost dry. The juice from this root is very strong. It is used as a spice or flavoring for Chinese, Japanese or many South Asian cuisines.

Ginger was originally cultivated in South Asia. Top producers are now found in countries: India, China, Indonesia, Napal, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Japan, Thailand, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. Historically, the medicinal term for ginger was Jamaican ginger. Now cultivated in Jamaica and coming to this country dried and preserved. Ginger from the West Indies is considered the best.

GINGER HEALTH BENEFITS:

Ginger contains essential oils, protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin C, choline, folic acid, inositol, manganese, pantothenic acid, silicon and a small amount of vitamin B3.

Relieve or reduce: nausea, diarrhea, digestive disorders, motion sickness, arthritis pain and inflammation, anxiety, depression, stomach ache, runny nose, cough, asthma, bronchitis, flu, muscle aches, headaches, menstrual cramps and more.

This stimulates circulation and poor appetite. Some studies report that it can help prevent heart disease by, possibly, blood thinners and cholesterol-lowering properties. It has antioxidant benefits with more than twelve types of antioxidants!

Blue ginger, from Madagascar, has powerful antioxidants! WARNING! Although ginger is considered safe, ginger can cause allergic reactions such as: bloating, gas, heartburn, belching, and others.

IMPORTANT LEATHER SKIN CARE AND OIL:

Ginger essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the roots of rhizomes and produces about 3% oil. It has a pale yellow to dark color with a strong, sharp and spicy-warm aroma. It has refreshing, energizing, stimulating, anti-septic and anti-bacterial properties. Ginger essential oil is not recommended for use internally.

Helps: eliminate bruises, ulcers, sores on the skin, arthritis, rheumatism, muscle aches and pains, relieve pimples, relieve age spots, fight skin that damages free radicals, reduce cellulite, improve smoothness and evenness of skin color, reduce inflammation, increase light for the skin, provide the benefits of aromatherapy and more!

This oil is used in many commercial and home-made skin care products: soaps, shampoos, balms, scrubs, creams, lotions, bath oils, massage oils, and more. Ginger oil blends well: bergamot, incense, neroli, rose, sandalwood, yiang-yiang, patchouli, rosewood, cedarwood, coriander, lime, grapefruit, geranium, spearmint, lavender, orange, vetiver and spices or orange oil others. These are non-toxic substances and, for the most part, do not cause irritation, except when used in higher concentrations.

WARNING! Ginger oil can irritate the skin and cause photosensitivity (sensitive to sunlight). This can cause allergic reactions to the skin such as rashes, hives, redness or other skin irritations. Those who have sensitive skin should avoid using ginger oil or use it very carefully. Stop using products that contain ginger oil, immediately, if there are signs of skin irritation. If symptoms persist, get advice from your medical health provider.

MAKING HOUSEHOLD SOAP:

Some just like the distinctive aroma of ginger in their soap! Ginger is used to make soap but must be used very carefully. If you are just learning how to make soap, don't use ginger or ginger oil without guidance from the main soap maker.

As mentioned earlier, ginger can be very annoying for some people. Understand all about ginger before using it. Use the oil to make this soap with orange oil or other spices to get a complementary and mixed aroma

A touch of ginger oil can been handcrafted, with other natural oils, in a homemade shampoo. Ginger has been known to either control or help get rid of dandruff. A homemade shampoo with, a very small amount of, ginger oil can be cleansing, conditioning and nourishing for the hair and scalp. There are many, healthful, benefits of ginger root and ginger essential oil! Ginger is used around the world in a variety of ways!

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