Turmeric CO2 Extract
TURMERIC CO2 EXTRACT
Size: 5 ml. Violet glass bottle
Botanical Name: Curcuma longa
Method: CO2 Select Extract
Note: Made from certified organic roots.
In India, turmeric CO2 extract has earned the name “Indian saffron”. This edible root is used in ceremony to honor Ganesh, the elephant headed god, and in wedding ceremonies.
The aroma is soft and unobtrusive, and lends a grounding energy to blends. Inhaling it is very grounding, bringing attention to the here and now, and helping us to slow down and take our time, knowing that everything is in Divine timing.
Aphrodisiac • Analgesic • Anti-allergic • Anti-arthritic • Anti-bacterial • Anti-inflammatory • Anti-oxidant • Anti-tumoral • Carminative • Cicatrizant • Decongestant: liver, gall bladder • Digestive Stimulant • Diuretic • Detoxifer • Hypotensive • Insecticidal • Laxative • Parasticide • Rubefacient • Stimulant: digestive, gall bladder, liver • Tonic: cardiovascular
External–topical application, massage, local compress, spinal compress, points & energy centers
Top Note: Warm, spicy, powdery, earthy, rooty notes
Heart Note: Spicy, earthy, rooty, dry, woody notes
Base Note: Spicy, earthy, roots, dry, woody notes
Classification: Heart note
The warm, spicy aromatic is used as a base or heart note in natural perfumery, to make culinary perfumes, oriental bases, spice accords, precious woods notes, woody-floral perfumes. It blends well with many aromatics, including, lovage, mandarin, and ylang ylang.
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Turmeric is a standard herbal treatment for tumors in native Hawaiian culture, and other cultures where turmeric is grown.
In India, Turmeric is known to be one of the oldest spices still in use today, and has been used for over 5000 years. There it was used to calm stomach ache, and neutralize food poisoning. It earned the name “Indian saffron”. It is used in ceremony to honor Ganesh, the elephant headed god, and in wedding ceremonies.
It is particularly effective on fibroid tumors, and can be used internally in vaginal or rectal boluses (for prostate cancer). It is one of the key ingredients used in many cancer salves and pastes for drawing toxicity out of the body. Besides its anti-tumoral properties, it is a cleanser and detoxifier, and a general all over body tonic. It carries anti-viral properties, as well as anti-parasitic, anti-allergic, and cardiovascular properties.
It has been used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s, diabetes, cancers, and other degenerative diseases.
Because of its tonic properties, it can be used internally over long periods of time to benefit the body and support regeneration, when properly diluted. When using Turmeric as a tonic, adding Black Pepper will allow for easier absorption.
- Avoid use with pregnant women.
- Keep all essential oils away from eyes.
- Store in a safe place, out of the reach of children.
- All internal uses should be researched and/or supported by a health care professional. Product quality and dosage are critically important when using essential oils internally.
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