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The Golden Spice

This gorgeous, golden spice with it's mild scent and flavor is rich with all sorts of good health benefits. The essential oil derived from the turmeric plant is also credited with powerful healing benefits and has long been used in both Chinese and Indian medicine.

Turmeric is a spice that has a lengthy history and important role in traditional cultures throughout the Eastern world. It has a mild, peppery flavor and rich orangey-red or yellow color. It also has a rich history for its use as a medicine and health agent. Twenty percent of on'e s daily manganese requirements, ten percent of iron, five percent of vitamin B and around three percent of potassium, copper and fiber can be found in just a couple of tablespoons of ground turmeric. It's molecules have anti-allergic, antibiotic, cancer-preventative, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidant effects. Lastly, turmeric has health promoting vitamins, phenols and other alkaloids.

Turmeric Essential Oil is derived from the underground roots of the plant, which are bright orange with a yellowish skin. It is yellow and boasts a mild sweet, woody scent with notes of spice. This oil is typically distilled from the turmeric root through hydro- or steam distillation.

Turmeric Essential Oil is considered potent in fighting an impressive variety of serious health issues. Some of the reported benefits include:

  • One of the best essential oils for arthritis and joint pain

  • Helps relieve symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis

  • Fights against obesity

  • Helps lower cholestrol

  • Helps lower blood pressure

  • Relieves depression and anxiety

  • Improves the common cold

  • Protects against Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

  • Improves liver health

  • Treats bowel disease & aides in digestion

  • Protects the heart

  • Discourages acne and facial hair

  • Boosts cognition

  • Helps combat Breast Cancer

  • May reduce Leukemia cells

  • Helps fight colon cancer

Turmeric Essential Oil can be diffused aromatically, used topically directly in small quantities or via a carrier oil, or ingested with honey, smoothies, or food. Because it is so potent, some potential side effects include skin irritation, stomach upset, nausea, hypo-tension, and skin inflammation.

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