Ginger essential oil Chinese - Zingiber officinale rosc.
In its powdered form, or as fresh roots, an oleoresin or an essential oil, ginger is a spice widely used in the cuisine of many countries. In addition to its culinary uses, ginger is also renowned as an aid for disgestion and as an aphrodisiac. Cultivated in tropical regions around the world, the essential oil, which is distilled from the ground root, exhibits marked organoleptic differences between the African, Indian and Chinese origins.
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CategoryEssential Oils and Extracts
Harvest PeriodJan - April
Natural StatusEU Natural
Organoleptic Descriptorscitrus, spicy, woody, terpene, ginger
Common Applicationstropical, spice, oriental, christmas blends, lychee
AppearancePale yellow to amber
Assay>= 25% Zingiberene
Optical Rotation-47.0 to -28.0
Refractive Index @20℃1.4880 - 1.4940
Specific Gravity @20℃0.871 - 0.885
Flash Point ℃65°C
Shelf Life (months)12
Storage RecommendationsSealed containers in a cool dark place. Check quality before use.