Turmeric is known for thousands for years because of its incredible health endorsing qualities. There are numerous methods you can utilize turmeric, utilizing turmeric essential oil is one. Extraction pulls out all oil friendly compounds from turmeric root. Turmeric oil is extremely effective as well as loaded with rare compounds since it is obtained from such a powerful healer herb.
Turmeric oil is much popular for its medicinal as well as colouring and flavouring properties. It is extracted from the turmeric rhizomes which is widely cultivated because of its utility as a yellow-orange culinary spice.
Turmeric oil acts as a healing and moisturizing agent that also acts as aphrodisiac, analgesic, anti-arthritic, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-tumoral, bactericidal, diuretic, hypertensive, insecticidal, laxative, rubefacient and digestive stimulant. This supercritical extract has traditionally been used to soothe damaged skin, detoxify the liver, and lift the spirits. However, it is recommended not to use it in cases of acute jaundice, hepatitis, high Pitta or pregnancy.
Uses of Turmeric Oil
Antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, potent anti-tumour, anti-cancer, calming, grounding, antidepressant.
Relives anxiety and stress.
Helps in anorexia, flatulence, painful & sluggish digestion, liver congestion, stimulates gall bladder, intestinal parasites; may aid peptic ulcers
When diluted and applied topically, Turmeric Oil provide the skin with incredible benefits like increased radiance, decreased pore size, a reduction in the appearance of fine lines, and the fading of discolorations.
Turmeric may also offer protection from oxidative injury to cell membranes and DNA.
Helpful in relieving arthritis, muscle aches & pains as well as rheumatism pains.
The essential oil of turmeric is antiseptic. The anti-microbial properties of essential oil from turmeric are reported against pathogenic bacteria and fungi.
Increases sexual desire.
Acts as insect repellent, wounds and dermatitis.
1. Turmeric oil is used in food for colouring and spice effect.
2. Turmeric oil is used extensively for cosmetics as it makes our skin glow.
3. It can also be used as an ingredient in toothpastes.
Blending: Frankincense, Lavender, Bergamot, Cinnamon, Ginger, Elecampane, Labdanum, Musk and Sea buckthorn oils mix well with Turmeric oil.
(Last Updated on : 09-01-2015)