In this new guide, Lane explains how to use ginger essential oil, which has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, to relieve nausea, vomiting, and other stomach issues.
More information is available at https://www.lovingessentialoils.com/blogs/diy-recipes/ginger-essential-oil-for-nausea
The latest resource also includes DIY ginger essential oil inhaler and roller blend recipes for nausea and upset stomach, respectively.
“Ginger can settle your digestive upset in a variety of circumstances like travel and car sickness, as well as indigestion and overeating,” says Jennifer Lane. “It can also calm cramping and muscle spasms.”
Ginger has traditionally been used to relieve digestive problems. The results of a study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine indicated that nausea and vomiting after abdominal surgery were lower in a group that inhaled ginger essential oil than in the control group that inhaled normal saline.
According to the Loving Essential Oils report, ginger can alleviate many different kinds of digestive upset, including motion sickness, indigestion, overeating, and cramping. The oil can even be included in massage oil to improve circulation and relieve stiffness and pain.
The easiest way to use ginger essential oil is to inhale it. As Lane explains in this guide, ginger oil can be used in combination with other essential oils in an aromatherapy inhaler when drops of ginger oil and the other chosen essential oils are applied to the cotton wick in a small inhaler about the size of a lipstick tube.
Other methods of using ginger essential oil mentioned in this report include diffuser jewelry, a room aromatherapy diffuser, a roller ball, and topical application directly to the belly. When the oil is applied directly to the skin, a few drops of the oil should be mixed with a teaspoon of jojoba or almond oil first.
“Essential oils are great because not only do they make you feel good physically but mentally as well,” writes Jennifer Lane. “I love having them around since they have so many benefits, like clearing the air of bad odors and improving moods by releasing calming scents in your home or office.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.lovingessentialoils.com/blogs/diy-recipes/ginger-essential-oil-for-nausea
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