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, Ginger Root
, Ginger Rhizomes
A slender, perennial rhizomatous herb, leaves linear, sessile, glabrous,
flowers yellowish green in oblong, cylindric spikes, ensheathed in a few
scarious, glabrous bracts, fruits oblong capsules. The rhizomes are white to
yellowish brown in color, irregularly branched, somewhat annulated and
laterally flattened. The growing tips are covered over by a few scales. The
surface of the rhizome is smooth and if broken a few fibrous elements of the
vascular bundles project out from the cut ends.
a-Curcumene, a-curcumene, B-D-curcumene, a-bergamotene, B-and camphene,
y-bisabolene, B-bourbornene, d-borneol and its acetate, clamene, d-camphene,
car-3-ene, a-cedrol, citral, citronellol.
Ginger, when included in soaps, warms the skin. Use it sparingly and in
ground form only. A stimulant and anti-irritant, its warming, soothing
properties are very beneficial to the skin. Sometimes used as a fragrance.
Ginger is an excellent ingredient for bath oils and other cosmetics.
Analgesic. Commercially, ginger is also used as a fragrance in cosmetics and
other products such as air fresheners. Giner is traditional aid for motion
sickness and digestion when diluted with food or edible oils. Can be diluted
with massage oil and applied to skin for warming effect
Dust your body in with warm, spicy, sensual Ginger powder, apply a little
lightweight clothing then head off for the evening in a fragrant cloud of
eastern blooms and West Indian warmth. On cold days, comfort yourself with a
dusting of Ginger before you put on your woollies and imagine you're in a
spice garden, not a suburb. The aromatic freshness starts at your feet and
spreads to the rest of your body while strengthening your limbs and
penetrating your mind and heart with joyful lightness.
Gentle enough to use everyday, this soymilk-enriched formula seals in
essential moisture and proteins as it invigorates and purifies the hair.
The raw ginger is acrid, thermogenic, carminative, laxative and digestive.
It is useful in anorexia, vitiated conditions of vata and kapha, dyspepsia,
pharyngopahty and inflammations. The dry ginger is acrid, thermogenic,
emollient, appetiser, laxative, stomachic, stimulant, rubefacient, anodyne,
aphrodisiac, expectorant, anthelmintic and carminative. It is useful in
dropsy, otalgia, cephalalgia, asthma, cough, colic, diarrhoea, flatulence,
anorexia, vitiated conditions of vata and kapha, dyspepsia, cardiopathy,
pharyngopahty, cholera, nausea, vomiting , elephantiasis and inflammations.
It is also much used in several domestic preparations. Crystalized or
infused Ginger suppresses nausea. Ginger tea eases indigestion and
flatulence, and reduces fever. the root is warming to the body, is slightly
antiseptic, and promotes internal secretions.
geranium, lemon, orange,
spearmint - Blends especially well with orange and other citrus oils.