Ingredient Spotlight: Ginger & Orange

Ingredient Spotlight: Ginger & Orange

Ginger and Orange have long been used in traditional medicine, including aromatherapy. These two powerhouses have been turning heads for a while now. We're talking about essential oils, the magical elixirs that have been soothing souls and easing life's daily woes. Ginger and orange essential oils are like the dynamic duo of relaxation, helping you tackle stress, shake off anxiety, and even conquer those sleepless nights. So, grab your comfy chair, a warm cup of tea, and let's take a deep dive into the world of ginger and orange essential oil aromatherapy. Your senses are in for a treat!

Aromatherapy Benefits of Ginger and Orange 🍊✨

Besides being an essential herb in folk medicine for thousands of years, fresh ginger is widely used as a spice. Gingerols are the major compounds present in ginger and are renowned for their contribution to human health and nutrition. Ginger essential oil is extracted from the rhizome of Zingiber officinale through distillationThis aromatic oil, nicknamed the oil of the empowerment, has volatile constituents such as zingiberene, phellandrene, and camphene that give it unique aromatherapeutic propertiesGinger essential oil has stimulating and warming effects, which can improve concentration while soothing and reducing feelings of stress, worry, lethargy, agitation, dizziness, and fatigue. 

Obtained from the rind (or sometimes flowers and leaves), Citrus sinensis through cold pressing, the orange essential oil has a sweet, fresh, citrus scent due to its unique volatile oil composition of limonene (87.9 - 92.5 %), Myrcene (`2.0 %) and linalool (1.2%). Like any other citrus essential oil, one of the most well-known therapeutic effects of sweet Orange is its effectiveness in calming stress and anxiety. The 2012 study showed that inhaling the aroma of sweet orange essential oil helps relieve depression, anxiety, and other mood-related disorders. In another study, researchers revealed orange essential oil could change activity in the prefrontal cortex of the brain- the area responsible for decision-making, personality, and social behavior. The participants of this study revealed their emotional state after breathing the oils, using words like "comfortable," "relaxed," and "natural."

Moreover, the orange oil aroma helps energize the body. A small-scale study suggests that smelling orange essential oil can improve exercise performance, reducing running times and increasing lung function. Also, orange oil aromatherapy seems to relieve short-term pain in sore muscles and joints due to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties.


 How to try Ginger & Orange aromatherapy? 🚿🧖🏻‍♀️

We have developed Ginger & Orange shower steamer tablets that harness the above-all aromatherapeutic goodness to keep you active, productive, and happy. Ginger & Orange shower steamer tablet combines an uplifting and unique combination of ginger root and zesty orange peel to deliver a fresh, clean, and oh-so-sassy scent. This fragrance boosts your energy and awakens your senses. Now you can find our Ginger & Orange shower steamer tablets in  Relaxing & Energizing Gift Set. In addition to Ginger & Orange fizzers, this gift set contains Calming Lavender for a stress-free life & a better night's sleep, Blissful and Comforting Cocoa & Orange, Worry-reducing and uplifting citrusy grapefruit to enhance our physical mental and emotional well-being.

Just drop a tablet on the farthest corner of the shower floor and let your senses get enveloped in the therapeutic aroma. Breathe in & enjoy!




  1. Zingiber officinale Rosc. essential oil, a review on its composition and bioactivity
  2. Effect of Sweet Orange Aroma on Experimental Anxiety in Humans 
  3. Effects of olfactory stimulation with rose and orange oil on prefrontal cortex activity
  4. The Effect of Aromatherapy with the Essential Oil of Orange on Pain and Vital Signs of Patients with Fractured Limbs Admitted to the Emergency Ward: A Randomized Clinical Trial
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