Turmeric Resin Oil








Turmeric resin oil.....

Turmeric, an herbaceous perennial, is native to India and China. In India, its use dates back nearly 4,000 years to the Vedic culture, when it was the principal spice and also had religious significance. India produces almost all the world’s crop, which is considered the best in the world, and India uses 80 percent of the crop.

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Elephants painted on green door, City Palace, Udaipur, India

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Turmeric root is closely related to the common ginger root, Zingiber officinale, except when it’s peeled is bright yellow in color. The root is high in minerals, such as iron, and vitamins, especially vitamin C. The volatile oil extracted from the root is an orange-yellow liquid.

The oleoresin is an important property of turmeric that is in great demand by both the food and pharmaceutical industries. Sometimes it is misspelled "tumeric".

In Indian cooking it’s added to almost all dishes and forms a part of the curry powders.

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Female Farmer's Feet Standing on Henna Leaves, Village of Borunda, India

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Botanical Name - Curcuma longa

Common Method Of Extraction - Solvent extracted

Parts Used - Root

Note Classification - Base

Aroma - Fresh, spicy-woody

Largest Producing Countries - India, China, and Japan

Traditional Use - Turmeric Resin oil is used in perfumery work, for oriental and fantasy-type fragrances.

Properties - Analgesic, anti-arthritic, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, bactericidal, cholagogue, digestive, diuretic, hypotensive, insecticidal, laxative, rubefacient, and stimulant.Benefits - Perfumery.

Blends Well With - Cananga, cassie, clary sage, elecampane, ginger, labdanum, mimosa, and orris.

Safety Data - Turmeric resin oil - The ketone ‘tumerone’ is moderately toxic and irritant in high concentration. It has possible sensitization problems. Not for internal use.

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