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How To Use
There are various ways to enjoy the benefit of JINJER essential oil. Click here to view the videos of our favorite ways to use JINJER essential oil.
Apply directly on skin as needed.
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For soothing muscle aches:
Apply directly onto affected areas. Amount of oil will vary depending on the body part and duration of the massage. Start with 3-5 drops on area and gradually increase as you see fit when the oil is absorbed into the skin.
For upset stomachs:
Add 4-7 drops of oil onto the palm. Rub palms together until the oil warms up. Massage your stomach in a circular motion. As you massage, gradually increase pressure. The pressure should be firm but not painful. Continue massaging until oil is absorbed into the skin. Repeat the process until the stomach issue subsides.
Add between 7-15 drops into the diffuser. Drops vary according to the benefit you’re seeking for. Below is a guide for reference. 7-9 drops for a light mood enhancer. 10-12 drops for a medium mood enhancer and a mild muscle relaxation. 13-15 drops for an intense mood enhancer, muscle relaxation and brings in elements to alleviate any nausea feeling.
1.Clear your mind.
2.Inhale directly from the opened Jinjer Oil bottle.
3.Inhale for 3 seconds, hold for 3 seconds, and exhale for 3 seconds.
4.Repeat as needed until nausea subsides.
1.Add 4 drops of oil between your palms.
2.Rub your hands together for 5 seconds. .
3.Breathe in the aroma.
4.Inhale for 3 seconds, hold for 3 seconds, and exhale for 3 seconds.
5.Repeat as needed until nausea subsides.
Avoid applying oils to sensitive areas like the nose, ears, eyes, or broken skin.
Because ginger oil is considered a “hot oil,” it is not recommended to apply on the face.