The sense of smell is the oldest of our senses (hearing and seeing are younger senses). Smelling takes place through approximately ten million olfactory nerve cells of the mucous membrane at the root of our nose. This mucous membrane is the only place in the body where the central nervous system is open and in direct contact with the outer world. Its cells are brain cells. Their eighty million fine hair cells gather an unimaginably large amount of information with each breath that we take. Therefore the use of aromatherapy can have a powerful effect on our nervous system.
Ginger Essential Oil
Perfect for the cooler, wetter weather, Ginger essential oil is a warming, stimulating, invigorating oil that improves appetite, digestion, and circulation, aids memory and concentration, and restores optimism and confidence.
Indications:physical: eases hormonal imbalances, fluid retention, weak liver, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, revitalizes female energies; stops bleeding; regenerates skin, helps cellulite, acne, wounds, burns, etc.mental/emotional: strengthening and stabilizing; aids courage, confidence, concentration and memory; aphrodisiac; mosquito repellent
How to Use: Use in a micro-diffuser or a few drops diluted in a carrier oil locally, or in massage (3%), or bath.
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