Ginger Root CO2 Essential Oil (India)

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Botanical Name: Zingiber officinalis

Extraction Method: The Carbon Dioxide (CO2) extraction method yields more aromatic compounds from ginger than any other distillation process. CO2 is pressurized to become a liquid at a low temperature, which then acts as a solvent to extract oil from plants. After that, the extraction vessel is brought back to normal temperature. The liquefied CO2 rapidly converts back to a gaseous state, leaving behind high quality essential oil that is free of solvents.

Origin: India

Description: A common ingredient in the kitchen many parts of the world, Ginger is a herb that grows to about 1 meter (3-4 feet) in height. Whether you choose to savor a hot cup of ginger tea during the colder months of the year, sprinkle it in soups, stir-fry dishes or in baked goods and desserts (pumpkin pies with ginger - yum!), there are many delectable ways to enjoy this tuberous rhizome.

Blends well with: Bergamot, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Spearmint, Orange, Sandalwood, Ylang-ylang and other spice oils.

Aromatic scent: spicy, warm, earthy - smells just like the ginger root which you use as a condiment in the kitchen

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) extraction vs steam distillation
We offer both Carbon Dioxide (CO2)-extracted and steam-distilled Ginger Root Essential Oil. So which one should you buy?

Many people said that CO2-extracted Ginger Root Essential Oil smells very much alive, vibrant and energetic that is true to fresh ginger root. Its steam-distilled counterpart is a tad milder. So if you prefer highly invigorating aromas, go for CO2 Ginger Root Essential Oil. However, if you’ve never used warming, spicy Essential Oils before or have sensitivity issues, it’s recommended to go for the milder steam-distilled Ginger Root Essential Oil. Be it CO2 extracted or steam distilled, Ginger Root Essential Oil is very strong and potent so always suitably dilute it in carrier oils and use with a light hand.



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Andre (Toronto)
best CO2 ginger oil you can find!

I have been through numerous suppliers and this is by far the best CO2 ginger oil out there, period. The aroma is distinctly fresh and gingerly that is unmistakably ginger. Most of the ginger oils out there have a stale scent reminiscent of bad ginger skins, or it has a very sharp, citrous like scent that is not very ginger-like. But with this, you get exactly that fresh, ginger aroma, because the method of extraction is with supercritical CO2 fluid.

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Alisha Griffith (Toronto)
this is the ginger I was looking for

This has the pleasant aroma of cut ginger that I was looking for. Smells better then steam distilled which smells like rotten ginger skins soaked in water left to bloom.

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Noemi Fernandez Yatsushiro (Vancouver)
Ginger Root Co2

I've never smelled Co2 extract of ginger before, but this one is faintly gingery with a heavy earth-dirt undertone to it. Thanks!