Ginger Root CO2 Essential oil Review

reviewed by Truman Perkins

Ginger Root CO2 Essential oil is warming and soothing, much like the familiar essence of the spice itself. Ginger helps relieve pain and discomfort associated with arthritis with its inflammatory and antioxidant benefits.

Ginger Root CO2 Essential oil

Plant Therapy Ginger Root CO2 Essential Oil 100% Pure, Undiluted, Natural Aromatherapy, Therapeutic Grade 10 ML (1/3 Oz)
Plant Therapy Ginger Root CO2 Essential Oil 100% Pure, Undiluted, Natural Aromatherapy, Therapeutic Grade 10 ML (1/3 Oz)

Ginger Root CO2 Uses

  • Aides Digestion and relieves nausea
  • Reduces bloating and gas
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Treats menstrual cramping
  • Lowers stress
  • Dry, itchy scalp treatment

** Ginger Root CO2 is not recommended or safe for use on children

Product Description

This Ginger Root CO2, Essential oil from Plant Therapy™, has a warm spicy scent with a lemony hint. It can be classified as woodsy. Accents well with other oils like Bergamot, cedarwood atlas, jasmine, orange, rose, and many more.


Ginger Root CO2 Essential oil Review
Ginger Root CO2 Essential oil Review

Dilute this Ginger Root CO2 Essential oil using a.5 -1% ratio with carrier oils for topical use. Use dilutes in a bath with other oils and Epsom salts or as aromatherapy.

Carrier Oils

Works well with any carrier oil but highly recommend those from Plant Therapy™ for the best result.

Blends Well With

Turmeric CO2, Rose Absolute, Sandalwood Australian, Bergamot, Cedarwood Atlas, Clove Bud, Coriander Seed, Jasmine Absolute, May Chang, Orange Sweet, Petitgrain, and +more.

3 Sizes Available: 10ml, 30ml, 100ml

The United States & International Shipping Options Available through Plant Therapy™


The information presented here by Inside Herb Gardens, Its Authors, and affiliates are intended for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated these statements and is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary. Before using any herbs, supplements, or other natural treatments, it is always advisable to consult your own healthcare provider.

The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend using Essential Oils internally unless under the supervision and advisement of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.

Review InsideHerbGardens Medical Disclosure.

About Truman Perkins

Truman Perkins is a Detroit-based SEO consultant who's been in the business for over a decade. He got his start helping friends and clients get their websites off the ground, and he continues to do so today. In his free time, Truman enjoys learning and writing about gardening - something he believes is a natural stress reliever. He lives with his wife, Jenny, and their twins in Detroit.

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