Turmeric Curcuma Longa
Turmeric comes from the Curcuma longa plant, which grows in India and other Southeast Asian countries. It is a member of the ginger family. The dried root of this plant is ground into the distinctive yellow powder, giving it the name golden spice.
– Helps support healthy glucose and lipid metabolism
– Turmeric oil may enhance cellular antioxidant enzymes (e.g. glutathione)
– May help support healthy nervous and cellular function
– Turmeric oil may promote healthy immune function and response
Supports clean and healthy-looking skin while reducing the appearance of blemishes
Aromatherapy applications (Diffuse / Inhale)
– Dramatically increases the antioxidant capacity of the Body
– Improved brain function and a lower risk of brain diseases
– Lower risk of heart disease
– Reduce depression symptoms, preventing and treating Alzheimer’s Disease
Topical Application / Massage (With regular diluted use)
– May help delay aging and fight age-Related chronic diseases
– Natural anti-inflammatory compound
– Contains Bioactive medicinal properties
– Help prevent (and perhaps even treat) cancer
– May help manage diabetes, may regulate cholesterol, aids in detoxification
– When needed, use Turmeric as a spot treatment or an all-over face mask to help reduce the appearance of blemishes or for a healthy-looking overall glow.
– Diffuse Turmeric or put a drop or two into your hand and inhale to promote feelings of positivity and to improve mood.
– After strenuous activity, incorporate Turmeric into your recovery routine for a soothing experience.
Direction for Use
Diffusion: use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.
Topical use: dilute 3 drops in 10ml base oil and apply to desired area. Always dilute with base oil / carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Turmeric might be allergic to some, as some people have reported allergic reactions, especially after skin exposure. Typically this is experienced as a mild, itchy rash.
Warm, spicy, earthy, woody