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  • Product Code: BA03721
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Gudang Karanganyar





Extraction Method


Steam distillation

Source of Material



Main Constituents


α-zingiberene, camphene, 1,8-cineole, β-sesquiphellandrene, β-bisabolene



Yellow clear to golden yellow



Slightly sweet, floral, like rose or lemon



Soluble in alcohol

Well Blending


Clove, Cinnamon, Basil sweet, Lemon, Orange and Cassia



Indonesia (Java)



Red ginger, emprit ginger, yellow ginger

Downstream Products


This oil can be used as stomach aches, aromatherapy, flavouring in food and beverages



2 ml, 5 ml, 10 ml, 50 ml, 100 ml, 500 ml, 1 L, 2 L, 5 L, 20 L, 25 L, 180 Kg



Ginger belongs to the Zingiberaceae family of the plant kingdom. Dried rhizomes are used for the extraction of oleoresin from it. The extracted liquid is dark brown in color and gives off a fresh garlic scent. This pungent-scented liquid is soluble in oil and water. This oil has benefits for curing flu, cough, sore, throat and bronchitis, curing dysentery, intestinal infections, and food poisoning, as well as curing other digestive disorders.



Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) is a type of plant that belongs to the Zingiberaceae tribe. Ginger stems are pseudo stems with a height of 30 to 100 cm. The roots are rhizome-shaped with yellow to reddish root flesh with a pungent odor. The pinnate leaves are 15 to 23 mm long and 8 to 15 mm long. Fine hairy petiole. Ginger flowers grow from the ground in an ovoid shape with a length of 3.5 to 5 cm and a width of 1.5 to 1.75 cm. The scaly flower handles are 5 to 7 pieces. Flowers are yellowish green. Purple flower lips and stigma. The pistil stalk is two in number. Ginger can only survive in the tropics, its cultivation can only be done in equatorial areas such as Southeast Asia, Brazil, and Africa. Currently, Ecuador and Brazil are the largest suppliers of ginger in the world. There are about 47 genera and 1,400 plant species belonging to the Zingiberaceae tribe, which are spread throughout the tropics and sub-tropics. The distribution of Zingiber is greatest in the eastern hemisphere, especially Indo Malaya which is the origin of most of the Zingiber genus. In Southeast Asia found around 80-90 species of Zingiber which is thought to have come from India, Malaya and Papua. However, until now, the area of ​​origin of the ginger plant is unknown. Ginger probably originated in China and however extensive genetic diversity is found in and India, which is thought to be central to ginger diversity.



Ginger is thought to have originated in India. However, there are also those who believe that ginger comes from the People's Republic of South China. From India, ginger was brought as a trade spice to Southeast Asia, China, Japan, to the Middle East. Then in the colonial era, ginger which can give a warm and spicy taste to food soon became a popular commodity in Europe.



Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) is a type of plant that belongs to the Zingiberaceae tribe. The name Zingiber comes from the Sanskrit “singabera” (Rosengarten 1973) and the Greek “Zingiberi” (Purseglove et al. 1981) which means horn, because the shape of the ginger rhizome is similar to that of a deer's antler. Officinale is Latin (officina) which means used in pharmacy or medicine.



  • Ginger Oleoresin treats platelet aggregation, inflammation, thrombosis, decreased urine output, cough, hyper lipidemia, etc.
  • It controls and memory impairment, oxidative stress, etc.
  • It is used to flavor baked goods, drinks and sweets.
  • Oleoresin obtained from ginger is used as a stimulant, stomachic and carminative



  • Treats colds
  • Natural aphrodisiac
  • Cure infection
  • Relieves anxiety
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Contains high antioxidants
  • Relieve breathing problems
  • Relieve breathing problems
  • Relieves muscle pain and menstrual pain
  • Relieve stomach disorders and support digestion



General Precautions

  1. For those who are allergic to ginger, you should consult a doctor before applying this oleoresin.
  2. Breastfeeding mothers should avoid using Ginger Oleoresins unless a doctor recommends its use.



This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace prescribed medication or professional medical advice or to diagnose any kind of health condition. Never ingest essential oils and remember to dilute them with a suitable carrier oil such as Jojoba oil or coconut oil. This is due to the fact that organic and pure essential oils are highly concentrated liquids and direct use of essential oils on the skin can cause allergic reactions. Caution should be taken if you are a nursing or pregnant mother. Keep out of reach of children. Talk to your healthcare practitioner before selecting an essential oil that is appropriate for your state of health and unique individual constitution.


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