Mango Ginger Essential oil
INCI – Curcuma amada Oil
Process : Steam Distillation from the Rhizome
Origin : India
Notes : Middle to Base
Aroma : Herbasense Mango Ginger Essential Oil has a bit of Sharp, Floral, Sweet Spicy Aroma.
Chakra : Sacral
The Roots of this Turmeric look more like Ginger & have the taste of added Mango. Thus it is called Mango Ginger. Yet it is a Turmeric & not Ginger.
*Mango Ginger Essential Oil Blends well with Bergamot, Lemon, Lime, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Lavender, Geranium etc
Mango Ginger oil has Antibiotic, Antibacterial, Antifungal, Anti-inflammatory, Antiallergenic, Antioxidant and Aphrodisiac properties.
Mongo Ginger Oil is an an Analgesic and works as a Depressant.
Works well on Lungs
Works well on Acne
Mango Ginger oil can be added to Hair oil for Dandruff for Hair Lice, when mixed with Neem Oil.
It is best used with Base oils for Skin infection & Pains. Can be directly applied on Cuts & Bruises. For Aches it can be mixed with Mustard oil & applied at night.
Other Names : Ama Haldi, Aam Haldi, Aabe Hald, Ajmaa adaa, Aam adaa, Amba Haldi
*Essential oils are volatile & thus should be blended with Base oils before applying them to the skin.
*Essential Oils should not be used near Eyes, Sensitive Areas or to Mucous Membranes
*Essential Oils should not be ingested
*Essential Oils should be kept away from Young Children
*Essential Oils should not be used by Pregnant Women, or Lactating Mothers and children without first consulting an appropriately trained healthcare practitioner.
*Essential Oils should be kept away from Direct Sunlight & should not be left open after Opening
Chemical Constituents : Mango ginger consists of carbohydrates, curcuminoids, volatile essential oils, phenolic acids as well as terpenoids like diflurocumenonol, amadaldehyde, and amadannulen. It also has Î²-mycrene and Î±-asarone etc.,