Ginger - Zingiber officinale essential oil is stimulating and warm and deserves an honored place in your herbal pharmacy as a tonic to both mind and body. Ginger is your digestive system's best friend, simply inhaling this essential oil from a drop in your palms or straight from the bottle can quell nausea. One of the reasons Ginger is such a superior digestive is it's ability to relax the smooth muscle in the gut lining so it can do it's job and move food along through the system, preventing food from sitting too long and fermenting which is a common cause of stomach upset like gas and bloating.

Did you know that while you're using Ginger aromatically you're also supporting the natural function of the lungs? Ginger is lifting, warming, calms the body's systems and cleanses the lymphatic system among other things, that's why it's considered a superior tonic.

Try 3 drops Ginger, 3 drops Lemongrass and 2 drops Birch supported in CW Naked Salve as a warming all over rub for strained muscles and tendons.

Dietary Standard

Size and Origin

10 ml pure therapeutic essential oil

Origin - Madagascar

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Pam M
Settles stomach

I'm not wild about the flavor, BUT, it does take care of minor stomach aches. I add 1 - 2 drops to a cup of warm water with a teaspoon of honey. Works every time!

Renee Johnson

I made a roller blend with ginger, copaiba and peppermint for my son who has IBS.
It has been helping.
There is so much to learn.
I like helping my family feel better.

Ginger in my Water Bottle

I use ginger (and a little stevia) in my water bottle daily to keep my tummy settled. Sometimes I include lime as well. It’s not a sexy drink but it keeps me happy! :)

Sherry G.
Good For The Tummy!

I was diagnosed with GERD and an Inflamed stomach this year and was told to eat a low acid diet. But I love my hot coffee and tea and the acid from both have not been sitting very good on my stomach these days. But I saw CW's post about putting 1 drop of Ginger in hot water with a little Agave or Honey and WOW I love it and so does my stomach!! I'm Hooked and Thanks so much CW for all your products and knowledge :)

Nancy Jones

Love every I have purchased from you!

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