Galangal essential oil is extracted from roots by steam distillation of Galangal plant. Ginger oil is extracted from Zingiberaceae officinale plant of the Zingiberaceae family. It is steam distilled from the rhizome and is in fact relevant to real ginger and cardamom. It is not amazing then that Galangal combinations well with these natural oils. The fragrance is nice and fresh, with camphor traces and infiltrating spice and timber. Galangal is closely related to Ginger and has similar qualities and uses. It is carminative and stomachic. With massage it maximizes appropriate flow and the strong fragrance can help to go through a cold. Always dilute Galangal oil to less than 5% before applying to the skin. It is non-toxic and non-irritant but with possible sensitization in some people.
Galangal is used to relieve unwanted gas, dyspepsia, nausea or vomiting, appetite loss, and motion illness. Galangal essential oil also used to treat fevers, the common cold, coughing, a sore throat, respiratory disease, infection, rheumatism, and liver and gallbladder complaints. It is used to restrict prostaglandin features. The oil is used as an anti-bacterial and antispasmodic. Also used as a spice because of its bitter and spicy taste and as a fragrance. Used in natural medicine as a stimulant.
Galangal essential oil is commonly used as a flavor ingredient, specifically in meat and spice products, it is also used in perfumery upon occasions. There are various healing properties of the natural Galangal oil such as carminative, diaphoretic, stomachic, stimulant, antiseptic, and bactericidal. The oil is basically used against digestive system problems. It can also be used to cure bronchitis and is very effective in fevers, cold and cough. Galangal oil functions as a stimulant in homeopathic medicines. Galangal herb is also used in cooking.
Galangal oil is a medicine to accumulated gas inside the human body and even inhibits further formation of gasses.
The colour of the oil is pale yellow to olive brown.
Its constituents are methyl cinnamate, cineal,camphor,d pinene.
It is always advised to test the product for sensitivity or allergic reaction before using.
It is native to Java in Indonesia.
Density : 0.8500
Refractive density : 1.465 to 1.478
Optical rotation : +91 to +96
Melting point : N/F
Flash point : 43°C
Assay : N/F
Acid value : N/F
Solubility : Insoluble in water, soluble in oils
Storage : To be stored in cool and dry place, below temperature 25° C.
Pregnant and breastfeeding females should prevent use. This natural herb may intervene with the designed healing impact of traditional medication. Dosing may be challenging if you are using galangal powder that\'s made for food preparation. Seek advice from a doctor with a experience in natural medicine before use.