The Best Essential Oil – Ginger Grass

Almost all the essential oils…have pros and cons…but I’ll be discussing about an essential oil that just has pros and pros and some more of pros…the amazing…mild (Okay not literally…I mean as in its being) and amazing…ginger grass oil….

This plant is a….perennial…herbaceous plant…Slender stems and leaves are topped with flowering tops…Foliage is fragrant with characteristic fresh…green…sharp odour…

Has numerous benefits…

  • Improves circulation and blood flow
  • Reduces stress
  • Calms
  • Is uplifting
  • Excellent for relief of sinus congestion
  • Euphoric
  • Aphrodisiac

The aroma of this oil is greatly…Sharp…peppery…fatty sweet herbal rose…woody…grassy

Do you the background of this amazing oil?

This unique oil is a relative of lemongrass…grown in Maharasthra…India…It has gentle spicy earth notes…and has many uses in Ayurvedic and indigenous formulations…It has been distilled since the 18th century in India…

And you might not be knowing this too that if used topically…such as a compress to the head or chest…it should be diluted…so always keep that in mind before applying it….It can also be added to bath water…about 8 drops per tub of water….If used in a nebulising diffuser…adhere to the safe operating guidelines by turning the diffuser off after 3-5 minutes…Know about the smell of this spicy oil? Those who are wondering how it smells might compare it to lemongrass…It mixes well with frankincense and can be used to stimulate circulation to the head…

You know this cousin of rosy Palma Rosa is simply amazing! I’ll repeat this time and again…Warm and spicy like ginger…with just a hint of green grass…lemon and floral notes to it….It should be a perfumers delight….Some sources…however…recommend its use topically for pain relief and warming…the same way one would use ginger oil….Please dilute it way down for topical use…I am repeating it again and again…

 The main action of ginger grass is on the circulation…Like I have already mentioned…It encourages blood flow to any area of the body to which it is applied…This action…and the anti-inflammatory properties of this essential oil…make it an excellent choice for massaging sore muscles and relieving stiffness in joints….Ginger grass is useful for headaches that originate in tense muscles in the neck or upper back….

Now please go through the following references…

  1. Ginger Grass Oil by whitelotusblog.com
  2. Ginger Essential Oil by etsy.com
  3. Ginger Grass by bpb

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