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Ginger CO2


Details

  • Botanical Name: Zingiber officinale
  • Origin: Nigeria
  • Process: CO2 Total Extract
  • Plant Part: Rhizome
  • Cultivation: Cultivated
  • Use: Aromatherapy / Natural Perfumery
  • Note: Middle Note
  • Aroma: Rich, deep, warm, spicy, more complex than distilled ginger
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • MSDS

Product Name SKU Price Qty
  1. Ginger CO2 Sample (20-30 drops) 385-3
    $2.00
  2. Ginger CO2 1/4 oz 385-6
    $9.00
  3. Ginger CO2 1/2 oz 385-7
    $14.00
  4. Ginger CO2 1 oz 385-8
    $22.00
  5. Ginger CO2 2 oz 385-9
    $38.00
  6. Ginger CO2 4 oz 385-10
    $67.00
  7. Ginger CO2 8 oz 385-11
    $120.00
  8. Ginger CO2 16 oz 385-12
    $213.00
  9. Ginger CO2 1 kg 385-25
    $410.00

Overview

Ginger CO2 Total Extract

Ginger is another well known spice used extensively in food preparation. It is a great kitchen companion and herbal remedy. Our Ginger CO2 extract is very spicy and smells just like a very fresh and very alive ginger root. It is a deep red oil and is very strong, so it is best to use it in low dilution.

We find that the CO2 extracts of the spices are preferable to the more commonly available steam distilled oils. They have an energetic and vibrant aroma that is true to the original plant. Ginger is a very useful oil in culinary preparations, traditional medicine and in cosmetic formulas.


Aromatherapy Uses: Used to stimulate digestion, increase circulation, as a liniment for muscle and joint pain, and as an antiseptic; useful for colds, nausea, preventing motion sickness and jet-lag. Very concentrated.


Safety Considerations: May cause skin or mucous membrane irritation if undiluted.

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Customer Reviews

Just like fresh ginger Review by Chris
The scent is just like fresh chopped ginger. One to two drops blend in very nicely with other oils and gives it a warm scent. (Posted on 2/14/13)