Closely related to ginger, turmeric is a native plant of Southeast Asia and has been used for centuries in Asian cooking, dye-making, and healthcare. The rhizomes, or roots, are harvested to produce our highest-quality turmeric oil, which is certified organic and is sourced from agriculture operations that practice sustainable farming.
Turmeric oil has a spicy, mustard-like scent that warms the senses. It has many properties, including pain relief and anti-bacterial functions. It can be used topically to help treat skin infections and to provide relief from joint soreness arising from conditions like arthritis and rheumatism. Turmeric oil is also ideal for digestive ailments such as indigestion. The active phytochemical compounds, such as curcumin, and the terpenes in the essential oils produced from the rhizomes have shown great promise in balancing liver function. Traditionally, the oil is used to help ease the symptoms of coughs, colds, and respiratory infections.
Add our Live Bare Turmeric Oil to an aromatherapy diffuser to provide warmth and sensory invigoration, boosting energy while you inhale its spicy fragrance. It pairs nicely with other essential oils in aromatherapy, including grapefruit and ginger. Or, use it topically for natural pain relief. We believe our Live Bare Turmeric Oil is of the highest quality available and is free of chemical residues and artificial ingredients.
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YOR Health serves as an inspiration to thousands of people across the globe. John Nadeau is one of these people, who found himself in total disbelief when Wong’s company’s products helped him lose 40 pounds.
Q: How did YOR Health first help John Nadeau make a change in his life?
Wong: John joined the company first as a way to make extra money, thinking that money would equate to unquestionable happiness. While we were certainly glad to have him on board, his mentor, Mercedes Tran, helped John understand that YOR Health’s primary mission was to start a health and wellness revolution.
Q: We understand that John struggled with his weight. Did that play a part in his desire for financial security?
Wong: It absolutely did. John always felt that being fat was ingrained into his DNA and that if he was going to be overweight, he may as well strive to have the money to simply buy the things that thin people had. He thought that money could get him friends, relationships, and respect.
Q: And did money make him happy?
Wong: What John realized once he actually started to take products for himself was that it was never really money he was chasing. John lost about 40 pounds and built a network of friends across the country. This new group was made up of people that “got” him and understood the need to fill the void. Thankfully, John not only regained his health but also found financial independence and a community of like-minded people.