Benefits of Organic Turmeric Essential Oil


Benefits of Organic Turmeric Essential Oil

Turmeric oil can be taken orally or applied externally. Here are some uses of turmeric essential oil.

Anti-inflammatory: Some turmeric oils are 60-65%
alpha-curcumene (a Sesquiterpene hydrocarbon). This is also the main
constituent in turmeric root which gives turmeric its anti-inflammatory
properties. Turmeric oil has been used with other essential oils such as
Frankincense, for preparing anti-inflammatory and pain relieving formulas.

Arthritis and joint problems: Turmeric oil has been found useful for arthritis and joint care. It also helps in muscle pain.

Industrial usage: Turmeric oil is used as spice in
food industry. It is also used in pharma industry where it is used in
making anti-inflammatory, pain relieving, anti-microbial, anti-fungal,
antiseptic (and more) drugs / ointments.

Digestion related: Zingeriberene and 6-gingerol are
main compounds present in turmeric oil which help in bringing digestive
system in order and also stops formation of gas in gastrointestinal

Benefits to liver: Ar-turmerone, a compound present in turmeric oil is known to support liver and keep it healthy.

Anticancer : Turmeric and turmeric oil both are now known to have anti-cancer properties.
Skin and hair: turmeric oil is also known to help in preventing hair
loss, especially male pattern baldness. This action is also attributed
to its anti-oxidation and anti-inflammatory properties. Turmeric oil is
also used in many skin care formulas to make skin look younger.

Other health promoting properties of turmeric oil: As with turmeric,
turmeric oil is also anti-allergic, antibacterial, antimicrobial,
antifungal, anti-parasitic, antiviral and antiworm. It is also
considered to be good antivenom.
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