Botanical Name: Curcuma amada
Country of Origin: India/Germany
Cultivation: Organic, Certified Kosher and Halal
Extraction Method: Supercritical Co2 Total
Strength: 20% Pre-Mixed in Fractionated Coconut Oil
Plant Part: Rhizome
Aroma: Warm, spicy, fruity
Our Mango Ginger Co2 Total now available as a pourable 20% dilution
in fractionated coconut oil. This dilution is very convenient for those who do not want to bother with liquefying pure Mango Ginger Co2 extract
The Mango Ginger Co2 in this dilution is extracted in Germany from dried Curcuma amada rhizomes (roots) organically grown in India. The producer advises Mango Ginger Co2 is a beneficial analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and antioxidant, which stands to reason since it is botanically related to Turmeric although with a much different aroma that is warm, softly spicy and fruity.
Mango Ginger extract contains beta myrcene, alpha and beta pinene, beta caryophyllene, alpha zingiberene, ocimene and some triglycerides.
Mango Ginger is used in dietary supplements as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidative and antimicrobial agent and in topical dermatological products for allergic and inflammatory conditions.
Mango Ginger Co2 may be used in skin care but suggest low dilution and refrain use during pregnancy and while nursing, with young children and elderly persons.
For analgesic massage and topical pain management consider blending this Mango Ginger dilution with Plai Wild essential oil
Aromatherapy use: analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, arthritis, astringent, bactericidal, bruises, bursitis, diabetic neuropathy, fibromyalgia, shingles
General use: specialized massage blends; lotion, cream and ointment preparations
Contraindications: Possible irritant to sensitive skin. Avoid during pregnancy, with young children and the elderly.