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Plant Therapy Oil of the Month Club Unboxing: Finger Root [April 2017]

We’re back for another unboxing of the Plant Therapy Oil of the Month club! This month, the essential oil that lucky Plant Therapy VIPers got to get their hands on was Finger Root, and I’ll be honest… I love this scent.

It’s in the same family as ginger, but it has a very sweet and earthy smell. Considering its relation to ginger, it does have a similar “burn” when you sniff it, but it’s not overwhelming. Personally, I think I might have found a new favorite scent! Plus, its benefits are also pretty great, including reducing nausea, relieving dry and itchy scalp, and can help reduce congestion.

If you aren’t signed up for the Plant Therapy Oil of the Month Club, the bottom line is I think you guys missed out this month. This scent and this oil is going to be a huge hit with essential oil lovers, I can just imagine it! So, let’s just go ahead and move on to the stuff y’all likely want to know regarding this oil: the product details.

Product Details

Botanical Name: Boesenbergia rotunda
Country of Origin: Thailand
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Plant Part: Rhizomes
Strength of Aroma: Medium
KidSafe: Yes
Cautions: None known

Description: Originating in Thailand, Finger Root is part of the Ginger family. Steam distilled from the roots of the Fingerroot plant, this incredible essential oil is know for its warm, camphorous aroma that is fresh and slightly floral. Finger Root can be used to help support a healthy digestive system and offer relief from occasional digestive upset. The aroma of Finger Root Essential Oil is especially useful when suffering from a queasy stomach. The calming properties can be useful to help promote a positive atmosphere that will help you cool down when feelings of anger are prevalent.

Finger Root Essential Oil is another great choice to clear congestion in the head and chest. Use it in an Aromatherapy Inhaler or in your AromaFuse Diffuser to clear up your head and chest, and breath easier. Finger Root Essential Oil can be used for hair care to promote a healthy, itch-free scalp caused by dryness and weather change. Add to your favorite shampoo and your scalp will be nourished and itch-free. Finger Root is an incredible oil that is versatile in its therapeutic properties.

Directions: For a travel recipe to help quell queasiness, add 5 drops of Finger Root, Mandarin, and Ginger to a Personal Aromatherapy Inhaler. Inhale when needed to help ease the queasiness and make travel less stressful. Add a few drops to your favorite shampoo to help relieve dry, itchy scalps.

Blends Well With: Basil Linaloo, Cajeput, Ceaderwood (All Types), Frankincense (All Types), Lavender, Lemon, Laurel Leaf, Rosemary 1, 8-Cineole, and Tea Tree.

The verdict is in, and #Fearless loves this month’s Plant Therapy OOTM. If you’re interested in becoming an OOTM member, just visit the Plant Therapy OOTM Club page for more information! You get 25% off if you sign up for recurring deliveries, and trust me, it’s worth it!

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