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Turmeric Essential Oil 50ml Natural Aromatherapy Essential Oils Diffuser Burner

Mood Essential Oils

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Turmeric Essential Oil

Turmeric is most commonly referred to as a powder spice derived from the Turmeric rhizome and as a staple ingredient in Indian. Used in aromatherapy applications, the warm, earthy, woody scent of Turmeric Essential Oil is believed to help elevate, energize, comfort, and strengthen the body and mind.

Botanical Name

Curcuma Longa

Family

Ginger family

Color

Orange-yellow

Aromas

                                                                         Earthy

Spicy

Warm and Radiant

Plant Part

Roots/Rhizomes

Extraction Methods

Steam Distilled

Country

India

FIRST USED

It is also said that the Turmeric plant was used as a healing agent as well as a spiritual and ceremonial tool as early as 4000 years ago. Currently, it is possible to apply the Essential Oil extracted from steam distilled Turmeric rhizomes, often referred to as root stalks, while its dry, earthy, woody scent can even produce emotional benefits.

USAGES

Diffuse Turmeric or add one or two drops in your hand and breathe to promote positive feelings and improve mood. After the exhausting activity, incorporate Turmeric for a soothing experience into your recovery routine.

In order to naturally promote the radiance of the skin, it is customary for Indian brides to apply a paste consisting of this "Indian Saffron" as a full body exfoliate before the wedding day. As a symbol of peace, safety, joy, health, innocence, wealth and new beginnings of religious observances.

Simply fill the dish with water and add a few drops of oil to the top before lighting the candle in a traditional burner. Follow the instructions provided in the manual for electrical fragrances.

Historical Origins

Major produced in South Asian countries which provide appropriate weather and soil conditions for the Turmeric plant to grow.

Turmeric has been used in Chinese herbal applications for centuries. With Ginger, Ylang Ylang, Clary Sage and Frankincense, you might find Turmeric blends particularly well.