Entrepreneur Of Smells – Ginger Grass Oil

I know I’ll hear a unanimous “Yes” if I ask out loudly…Can something as meagre as a perfume that somebody is carrying…drive you nuts for a fraction of seconds? 

Reason being…I have mentioned this in another blog of mine…that…think about something that enters our body through our nose…nostrils…it has a direct dealing with our head…to be precise…our brain…and hence we are centrally controlled whenever this sense organ of ours stumbles across any exquisite scent or fatal stench…it climbs us right in the head…and that is exactly how it drives us mad…

 Ever wondered how the application and usage of something nice smelling on our bodies came to fore? Well…This too has quite an impressive history behind it… 

The word perfume used today derives from the Latin per fumus…which means “through smoke”…Unusual…I know…Okay…This Perfumery…or call it the art of making perfumes….this began way back in ancient Mesopotamia (Presently known as Iran) and Egypt and was further refined by the Romans and Persians

 Although perfume and perfumery also existed in the country India…much of its fragrances are incense based…Incense sticks you know right? 

They are those long slim sticks…which when come in contact with fire…gradually burn emitting smoke that has a strong yet pleasing smell… 

The earliest distillation of Ittar…Arabic meaning scent…was mentioned in the Hindu Ayurvedic text Charaka Samhita…The Harshacharita…written in 7th century in Northern India mentions use of fragrant agar wood oil…. 

The Egyptians as part of their religious rituals first used perfume…The two principal methods of use at the time was the burning of incense and the application of balms and ointments…Perfumed oils were applied to the skin for either cosmetic or medicinal purposes… 

Ginger Grass Oil…in the present scenario is the topmost oil that has replaced other traditional oils in the fragrance industry…Ginger grass oil has the ability to emotionally uplift mood when feeling low or stressed out…Not only that…Its application provides relief from – 

  • Anxiety
  • Tension
  • Headaches 

Its energizing property fights fatigue and provides revitalization…Amazingly enough massaging this improves blood circulation and provides calmness…Ginger grass oil very effectively treats- 

  • Cold
  • Cough
  • Sinusitis
  • Throat allergies 

Other uses of ginger grass oil are for treatment of sore muscles…inflammation…muscle or joint pains etc… 

 Therapeutic properties of Ginger grass oil are – 

  • Analgesic
  • Antidepressant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antiseptic
  • Antiviral
  • Bactericidal
  • Expectorant
  • Tonic 

The process of steam distillation process is used for extraction of Ginger grass oil…The oil is derived from the grass of the plant Cymbopogan Martini...It has yellowish golden colour and a warm earthy aroma that is quite exotic and sensuous…Ginger grass oil can cause irritation to sensitive skins and thus should be used in a smaller area with dilution before application…

 Ginger grass oil blends well with geranium oil…rosewood oil…sandalwood oil…cedar wood oil…and other floral essential oils… 

Ginger grass Oil is extracted from the plant called ginger grass…Natural Ginger grass Oil has a brilliant fragrance and used in many perfumery products…Ginger grass Essential Oil has been continuously used in many herbal products since ages…Natural Ginger grass Oil is used in several medicines also…This is an essential component of aroma therapy…

Okay have a look at our reference links now…

  1. Ginger Grass Oil Stimulating by eHow
  2. Ginger Grass Essential Oil by bpb
  3. Ginger Grass Oil by Perfumers

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