Turmeric is a perennial plant originating from South Asia. It belongs to the Zingiberaceae family which is also the family of Ginger. Turmeric is widely used in the culinary world for cooking as well it is used as a remedy for various health ailments as it consists of various therapeutic properties. Turmeric Essential Oil is obtained from the rhizomes of the plant through the process of steam distillation. The resultant liquid is pale yellow to orange and it has a vague woody aroma.
|Product Name||:||Turmeric Essential Oil|
|Scientific Name||:||Curcuma Longa|
|Country of Origin||:||India|
|Colour||:||Yellow to orange liquid|
|Odor||:||Woody like aroma|
|Extraction Method||:||Steam Distillation|
|Components||:||Curcumin, Zingberene, and Turmerone|
Turmeric was used in the ancient Ayurveda and Unani medicine system to treat a large number of health-related problems such as indigestion, common cold, liver ailments, etc. It was also applied to the wounds and cuts as it comprises antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
Turmeric Essential Oil can be used for relief from stress and anxiety through its diffusion via a burner or oil diffuser. The oil can also be added to face washes and skin creams to avoid pimples, scars, and hyperpigmentation. A few drops of this oil can be blended with a carrier oil of choice to make a massage blend. This blend can be applied to the pain affected area for relief.
Turmeric Essential Oil is imbued with numerous health-related problems that can help in curing various health-related problems. The oil can help in alleviating the concern of cancer in the body as well. It can also help in treating epilepsy and neurological diseases. Furthermore, the oil can also reduce common cold and reduce pain in the joints.
Turmeric Essential Oil can be blended with Ginger, Clary Sage, Frankincense and Ylang Ylang.