Orange & Ginger: The Energizing Duo of Aromatherapy

    ginger and orange oilThe combination of orange (citrus, fresh and sweet) and ginger (spicy, warm and radiant) essential oils is a harmonious delight, very unique in character and is set apart as one of the best energizing duos of aromatherapy.  When you blend orange and ginger, they become an aromatic bouquet for beauty and wellness, and therapeutically these oils work really well in unison.

    Read on to learn how this pair can work wonders on your body and in your home.

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    Orange for Detox, Beauty and Brightness

    Orange is botanically known as (Citrus sinenses) and is native to southwestern China. It was brought to the West Indies by Columbus and flourishes in tropical climates. The essential oil is extracted from the peel of the orange and is extracted by cold pressing.

    Aromatherapists consider orange essential oil to be an antidepressant oil and recommend it for anxiety and depression. Orange is one of the key oils for detoxifying the system and helps the body:

    • eliminate internal toxins
    • promote urination to remove uric acid, excess salts and excess water
    • treat constipation and slow digestion

    In addition, it is considered a beauty oil beneficial in skin care, especially in the treatment of acne. Orange is used in private label beauty and cleaning products for its refreshing scent and antiseptic properties. The oil of the orange is delightfully bright, signals optimism and brings wellness to any home. It’s truly a universal blending scent, which mixes with just about everything!

    How To Use: For a more calming atmosphere, add five drops of orange essential oil and three drops of ginger essential oil in your favorite diffuser and simply relax. Or, add five drops of orange and three drops of ginger to a four-ounce spray bottle filed with water and spray throughout your home.

    Ginger for Stomach Upsets and Skin Conditions

    It is believed that ginger (Zingiber officinale) was brought to Europe between the 10th and 15th centuries to be used as a condiment. Ginger has been revered for thousands of years as a universal medicine, especially in countries such as China and India, and today it is renowned for its healing properties and recognized as a popular spice.  Ginger root is well known as a culinary herb used in Asian cooking, but in aromatherapy ginger essential oil packs a punch for many different aliments, especially fast relief for easing an upset stomach. The essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the ginger root.

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