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Ginger Essential Oil (CO2 Extracted)

Ginger Essential Oil (CO2 Extracted)

PGINC - Zingiber officinale


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Zingiber officinale

Source: Roots
Origin: China
Energetics: Yang
Extraction Method: CO2
Scent: Spicy and peppery aroma that has a hint of lemon and wood.
Blends Well With: Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Bergamot, other spice oils and citrus oils.


Aromatherapists believe that Ginger oil is useful for nausea, colds and flu. It also has warming and aphrodisiac properties that can help you energise your body and mind.

Historical Snippets

As we know today, Ginger is one of the most well-known and highly adored plants in the world. The ancient oil has quite a long history as it has been used throughout many different civilizations. One of its most popular uses in modern times is for digestive complaints. This may be due to the discovery by Chinese philosopher, Confucius, who once noted that he never ate a meal without Ginger.



All our exotic and rare (hence more costly) essential oils and absolutes are available in jojoba. This allows you the benefit of enjoying Ginger Oil but in a jojoba oil base at a great price. An extremely cost effective way to experience essential oils and absolutes!

How To Use

Diffuse: Add a few drops to a diffuser to disperse around the room

Topically: Dilute essential oil with any carrier oil at a 2.5% ratio. This equates to 2.5ml essential oil/oils in total mixed with 100ml of chosen carrier oil. 1ml of essential oil is approximately 20-22 drops of oil.  Decant into a roller or glass bottle with eye dropper to apply easily or a larger bottle if using for massage. Please note this dilution rate is for adults and children over the age of 6. More information on children and essential oils is on our blog page. Essential Oils should not be used directly on the skin without mixing first with a carrier oil

Inhalation: Add 1-2 drops essential oil to a tissue and inhale at a distance while ensuring that the oil does not come into direct contact with the skin. Alternatively, you can smell the oil directly from the bottle.


Shelf Life 

Our freshly decanted Ginger essential oil will last for 2-3 years minimum from when you open your amber glass bottle if stored correctly.

Primary Storage Considerations: Keep away from direct light (U.V. radiation). Keep in the amber glass bottle with lid tightly closed. Only open when you need to and decant into a smaller "working" amber glass bottle if possible (and label so you know what is in it). This is to reduce oxidation.
Secondary Storage Considerations: Keep in a refrigerator at around 4 degrees celsius.



Some essential oils may cause photosensitivity to the skin - Use diluted in Jojoba or other complete carrier oil.
Do not ingest essential oils.
Do not apply to eyes, sensitive areas or mucous membranes.
The information on this website is not intended to be used in the diagnosis, treatment or mitigation of any physical or mental illness. Ahimsa Oils offer no advice or recommendations only general information. No therapeutic claims are made within.
Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use essential oils without first consulting an appropriately trained healthcare practitioner.

The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the TGA. David Bosley however worked for a long period in consultation with the TGA to ensure correct labelling with reference to the Ahimsa Oil product range.

Hazards: None known. Some sources do indicate that Ginger Oil is phototoxic. However, Tisserand and Youngstate that "Low-level phototoxic effects reported for ginger oil are not considered significant.
Contraindications: None known.
For transportation purposes, this product is classed DG due to flash point range between 60.5°C and 93.3°C



Sheppard-Hanger, Sylla. The Aromatherapy Practitioner Reference Manual: Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy, 1999. Print.
Tisserand, R., & Young, R. (2014). Essential Oil Safety: Second edition.

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