Ginger Be Essential Oil 10ml


Ginger essential oil is extracted via steam distillation from the plants rhizome (root) and has long been used in traditional medicine. Like other essential oils, it’s highly concentrated.


Product Details

Name: Ginger

Scientific Name: Zingiber officinale

Method of extraction: Steam distillation

Part of plant: Root

Country of origin: China

Main Components: alpha-Zingiberene (32.20%), beta-Sesquiphellandrene (11.40%) 




Some studies have shown the anti-inflammatory properties of Ginger Essential oil, especially in joints, being a good aid to rheumatic pain. Some components of the oil act directly on the immune system, modulating T lymphocyte, in order to inhibit eosinophilia.



Ginger has antioxidant properties and has a tonic effect, being able to normalize hypopigmented scars (scars lighter than natural skin tone) \n \nAs a powerful antiseptic and cleansing agent it helps to detoxify the skin, and it's particularly effective in healing acne, minimising the rate of acne formation and clearing up triggers of breakouts. For further purifying action, use Lavender Oil. 


Side effects

People who are under treatment for hair growth should avoid Ginger. A 2013 study showed that the molecule 6-Gingerol present in Ginger essential oil Inhibits Hair Shaft Growth in Cultured Human Hair Follicles.  \n \nAs with any essential oil, ginger oil is very concentrated and shouldn’t be applied to the skin undiluted. If you’re concerned about a potential skin reaction, you should first test a small amount of diluted ginger oil on your skin. 


How to use

Always use Ginger essential oil diluted in a carrier oil with 3 to 5% concentration. Do not ingest.



Miao Y, Sun Y, Wang W, et al. 6-Gingerol inhibits hair shaft growth in cultured human hair follicles and modulates hair growth in mice. PLoS One. 2013;8(2):e57226. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0057226

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