Prevent Diabetes With This Chinese Medicine Secret

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Turmeric has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic (Indian) and Chinese medicine. They give it for pain relief, improved digestion and liver function, and for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Turmeric is a root, sold whole or ground up. You can use it to cook with, sprinkle it on food, or buy it in capsules.

According to the Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation, Turmeric is one of those incredible spices.

It has historically been burned to relieve congestion, turned into a paste to help heal skin conditions, and even worn to ward off evil sprits. Turmeric’s vibrant color comes from curcumin, which is jam-packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin is known to attack cancer cells and protect healthy cells from cancer-causing agents. It also helps to lower cholesterol, aid in digestive balance, and prevent heart disease.

This week we’ll be spotlighting dōTERRA Turmeric essential oil. Turmeric is a great staple for your daily health routine and, when taken internally, promotes a positive immune function and response.* 

During the fall and winter months, I love the aroma of warm, spicy, and woody scents. Thankfully, dōTERRA came out with the perfect oil in time for fall. dōTERRA Turmeric has a beautiful aroma that’s warm, spicy, earthy and woody. Diffuse Turmeric to promote feelings of positivity and to improve mood. You may also use Turmeric, when needed, as a spot treatment or in an all-over face mask to help reduce the appearance of blemishes or for a healthy-looking overall glow.


For more information about dōTERRA Turmeric essential oil, check out this Product Information Page here .

 Here’s a great little ebook written by Numerous ways to cook with fresh turmeric.

Enjoy Love & Oils,

Antonika Chanel L.Ac NCCAOM Board Certified