Gingerin, linalol, camphene, phellandrene, citral, cineol, borneol.
INCI name:Zingiber officinale Root Oil
By steam distillation of the ground, dried rhizomes of Zinigiber officinalis.
Warm, spicy, earthy, woody.
Uplifting, arousing, stimulating, toning, warming, good for circulation and joints, helps with digestion.


  • Ginger essential oil has many applications.

    It's useful as a travelling aid as it can help with travel sickness & tummy upsets when used diluted as a rub.
    Used for aching muscles, arthritis, nausea and poor circulation.
    It stimulates appetite and improves digestion. Its warming qualities are also used in the treatment of colds and catarrhs, coughs, respiratory congestion, sinusitis and sore throats. It is diaphoretic and can be useful for treating feverish conditions.
    Ginger should always be very well diluted before use on the skin as it's an irritant. We recommend it's diluted to a maximum of 2%.