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Ginger Essential Oil Benefits

In traditional Chinese medicine, ginger is used in conditions where the body is not able to handle internal and external moisture. Diarrhea from an upset stomach or excess mucus due to colds and flu are instances of internal moisture. Circulatory concerns such as arthritis and rheumatism are issues that are aggravated by external damp conditions in the winter. Ginger is a warming oil that is good for both.   Country of Origin: Native to southern…

Essential Oils Safety Guidelines

Because they contain no fatty acids, essential oils are not susceptible to rancidity like vegetable oils – but protect them from the degenerative effects of heat, light and air, store them in tightly sealed, dark glass bottles away from any heat source. Properly stored oils can maintain their quality for years. (Citrus oils are less stable and should not be stored longer than six months after opening.)