Ginger, fresh ORGANIC Madagascar

Essential oil

Zingiber officinale

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Collaboration with a local producer employing a large part of the population from the villages in the production areas. Multi-year contract on volumes, prices and, quality of the fresh ginger essential oil.

Organic certification guarantees the protection of the climate and the environment, the conservation of soil fertility, the preservation of biodiversity, the respect of the natural cycles of plants, the absence of the use of chemical and synthetic products, transparent labeling and traceability.

Ginger essential oil is often used at the heart of spicy notes but also to accompany woody or oriental bases. This product brings a very distinct spicy freshness within the citrusy accords or even within a cologne.

Digestive and general tonic, it is also a venous and lymphatic decongestant. This essential oil warms the heart, lightens the mind, allows to reconnect to its sensations and emotions, releases inhibitions.

*The aromatherapy properties in this document are excerpted from reference books, scientific articles, or specialized websites and are provided to customer for its information and internal use only. Claims on a finished product remain the responsibility of the company making the finished product available on the market.

Ginger, native to China, is a large, hardy, tropical herbaceous plant. Ginger’s aromatic rhizome forms buds from which emerge leafy stems. The plant’s shape is similar to that of reeds.

Every year, the rhizomes are harvested manually and distilled fresh.

The plots are used 2 years in a row, then left fallow for 1 year to give the soil time to replenish its water reserves and production capacity before replanting again.

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