Ginger Essential Oil Ginger Oleoresin
|Min. Order:||1 kg|
|Production Capacity:||Based on Customer Requirements|
The plant is said to originate from India, China and Java and is native to Africa and the West Indies. It was most likely brought to Europe between the 10th and 15th century as a condiment and spice. The name ginger is said to be derived from the Gingi district in India, where tea made from ginger is used for stomach upsets.
Description of Ginger essential oil:
Ginger is a perennial herb and grows to about 3-4 feet high with a thick spreading tuberous rhizome. Every year it shoots up a stalk with narrow spear-shaped leaves, as well as white or yellow flowers growing directly from the root. Ginger root is widely used around the world as a spice or food additive. For a skin application or in an aromatic bath, mix with vegetable oil (sweet almond, jojoba) or with a liquid cream (Sanomulse).
Appearance: Thin liquid
Aroma: : Spicy, Warm and Stimulating
Color: Light yellow
Chemical constituents: Ginger oil has various chemical compounds that include pinene, camphene, pinene, cineole, linalool, borneol, terpineol, nerol, neral, geraniol, geranial, geranyl acetate, bisabolene, zingiberene
Extraction: It is extrtacted by the steam distillation from unpeeled or dried (rhizome) of plants.
The therapeutic properties of Ginger oil are analgesic, anti-emetic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, carminative, cephalic, expectorant, febrifuge, laxative, rubefacient, stimulant, stomachic, sudorific and tonic. Ginger is warming, stimulating and grounding. It aids memory and is an aphrodisiac and also helps with pain relief and detoxification.
|Ref No.: E029|
|Molecular Formula: -|
|Molecular Weight: 0|
|Appearance:||Light yellow to yellow liquid|
|Odor:||Characteristic ginger odor|
Refractive index (20° C): 1.488 ~ 1.494
Specific gravity (25° C): 0.870 ~ 0.882
Angular rotation (20° C): -47° ~ -28°
Saponification value: ≤ 20
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