Ginger Grass Essential Oil – Do You Know About It?

One of the nature’s many wonders is Ginger grass oil…Reason being…firstly…it’s an essential oil…secondly…it has myriad uses…uses that benefit us…

Ginger Grass Oil…which is obtained through Steam Distilled Extraction Method…Ginger Grass Oil is a Yellow to light brown liquid…The aromatherapy uses for Ginger Grass Essential Oil include improvement of circulation and blood flow…calming and reduction of stress…as well as the opening of sinus passages…..From a spiritual perspective Ginger Grass Oil is viewed as

  • mood uplifting
  • euphoric
  • aphrodisiac oil

You’ll be surprised to now that even in the perfumery industry…Ginger Grass Oil is added to inject a sharp…green scent…particularly in men’s colognes….And it is pretty illustrious in the field…

But on top of all these uses…Ginger grass oil is basically renowned as volatile oil and mostly used as essential oil….Perennial ginger grass undergoes through steam distillation method consequently oil is extracted which is exceedingly of great value…Although it has strong odour but it is likeable and resistible….The colour of the watery and thin oil varies from brownish yellow to brownish red…It is chemically composed of myrcene…perillyl alcohol…limonene…Ginger grass oil is absolutely commodious for perfumery and in manufacturing enhancive goods….This essential oil is completely insoluble in water…It is generally used by aroma therapist…hence helpful in harmonizing psychological pain… 

Its basic benefits being…

  • Improves circulation
  • Blood flow
  • Reduces stress
  • Calms
  • Is uplifting
  • Relief of sinus congestion
  • Euphoric
  • Aphrodisiac

This Ginger Grass has a warm…earthy and spicy aroma….The oil encourages circulation and blood flow to the area it is applied…It is calming oil and helps to reduce stress….

Ginger Grass is Yellow in colour…Like I previously mentioned…Its aroma in a way is cross between Ginger and Palma Rosa with undertones of Sicilian Lemon which also gives it a sharp and piercing impact on the senses

Also it is a useful addition for the therapist wishing to treat muscle aches…It is advise adding it to other warm and penetrating oils such as

  • Black Pepper
  • Clary Sage
  • Ginger
  • Wild Marjoram

The best would be diluting all down in Jojoba to create a superb muscle relaxant….Also used in massage to calm and soothe the mind…

Have a look at our reference links…

  1. Aromatherapy by Aromatherapy Library
  2. Ginger Grass Oil by Essortment
  3. About Ginger Grass Oil by bpb

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