Sunday, November 18, 2018

Ginger Essential Oil from Gya Labs #sponsored #review

I recently became quite interested in using essential oils in a diffuser therapeutically for me and my husband. I initially acquired a set of 6 oils and have been experimenting using them singularly or in combination in my diffuser. What a pleasant sense these impart in our home, and I am in high hopes that they will bring a variety of helps to us therapeutically not only emotionally or to our psychic but physically to our respiratory system, etc. Time will tell.

Recently, I became aware of the Gya Lab brand of essential oils and tried their Rose Geranium which is lovely in my diffuser with or without other oils added. So the opportunity to try the Gya Lab Ginger essential oil presented itself; and knowing that ginger root has long been recognized for health qualities, I thought this would be a good choice to add to my assortment of essential oils.

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So I began diffusing the Gya Lab Ginger oil by itself and it was OK. Then I diffused it in a combination of two other oils - cinnamon and cloves, and found it quite pleasant. It will take some time to come up with a combination that really is special to me. But these are a real good start. Or perhaps some sweet orange in the mix.

I think I might try the Gya Rose Geranium and Ginger together - both are from Gya Labs.

I don't plan to use essential oils directly on my skin or experiment with lotions, creams, and other household uses. For now just in the diffuser. I am really enjoying my venture into the world of therapeutic essential oils.

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Disclosure: I received this product at no cost or highly discounted resulting in a #sponsored review. Opinions expressed are my own. I only review products that I or a member of my family has used. I was not compensated for this review.

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