How to Use Ginger Oil

How to Use Ginger Oil

Your Ginger Oil Guide:


You probably don’t think much about your lymph nodes. I know I don’t!

That is, until they get swollen or painful.

Your lymph nodes are found all over the body but especially in the neck, armpits and groin regions.

The Lymphatic Drainage Ginger Massage Oil is a natural solution to help with lymphatic drainage, edema, spider veins and varicose veins. 

Just recently it has just been gaining popularity as one of the best essential oils you can use on your skin.

How does it work?

First off, lymphatic drainage ginger oil is for your SKIN, do not drink it.

Because ginger itself has a number of anti-inflammatory properties, ginger oil helps ease inflammation in the body…and creates a warming effect that helps ease pain and reduce swelling.

Some people say it helps them treat arthritic swelling and pain associated with it.

The lymphatic system

Think of your lymphatic system as detoxing your body.

Since our lymphatic system cannot flow on its own, it’s extremely important that we get in regular movement throughout the day to stimulate healthy lymphatic circulation.

So, how can you better support healthy lymphatic circulation?

My favorites are:

  1. Exercise
  2. Massage
  3. Using essential oils

Don’t just use 1 of these—use all three!

Stimulating healthy circulation will stimulate the lymphatic system to flow.

If you have a sedentary job or lifestyle, chances are your lymphatic system is really backed up and needs a good detox.

A toxic lymphatic system will eventually overburden the liver until it is no longer able to cope with all the toxins. These toxins are then diverted towards every mucus membrane in the body as well as other emergency elimination pathways like the lungs, intestines, skin, eyes, and kidneys. This causes CHRONIC inflammation.

Ginger oil is useful in small amounts to massage your skin.

Better to spare a few minutes for a quick massage everyday than to go without it.

And consistency is key. The more consistent you are, the better results you should have.

So try and make it a habit to do it every day.

Also eat anti-inflammatory foods!

Apple Cider Vinegar : Take 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in 1 glass of water.

Garlic: Another great anti-inflammatory food.

Ginger Oil Directions: For massage on knees, feet, armpit, neck etc.,

Get your ginger oil HERE!!!

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