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Antoxidant benefit of Aromatic Tumerones of Curcumin

The antioxidant benefits of Aromatic Tumerones from curcumin include reducing inflammation cancer and metastasis , high serum lipids,gastric ulcers,hemorrhaging, and necrosis of tissues, diabetes, Alzheimer's allergies, the effects of environmental toxins, depession and anxiety. Aromatic tumerones also protect the liver, reduce  allergies, clear the complexion and speed wound healing. Aromatic tumerones are 7x more easily absorbed than curcumin and turmeric. It is safe to use 400-800 milligrams daily.

Over 800 studies with cancer patients show tumerones reduce the incidence growth and metastasis of all cancers It reduces the adverse effects of chemotherapy and radiation. I do not recommend   taking it 3 days before surgery, as recommended by the surgeons .

For arthritis, aromatic tumerones are more effective than Nsaids. Studies showed noticeable improvement with osteoarthritis  within 4 weeks.  This includes pain and on site inflammation. All arthritics studied had noticeable reduction of joint stiffness.

Aromatic tumerones lowered cholesterol by 17% and triglycerides by 47% .Studies show improvement within a week. HDL, the protective cholesterol, improved by 29%.

Type 2 diabetics improved blood sugar levels and enhanced immunity due to tumorones ability to reduce oxidative stress on a cellular level. Specifically, beta cells and islet cells improved efficiency. 

Studies at UCLA about Alzheimer's showed aromatic tumerones clear amyloid plaque and metal toxicity  involved in progression of the disease. Aromatic tumerones reduce nerve inflammation in the temporal and frontal cortex of the brain most affected by Alzheimer's.

Here are a few published studies:

Journal of Clinical Interventions in Aging, March, 2014.

Journal of Endocrinology, November, 2014.

Phytotherapy Resources, November, 2011.

Advances of Experimental Medicines, 2007.

Issues of Molecular Biochemistry, October, 2006.

European Journal of Pharmacology: Neuroprotective effect of curcumin on focal cerebral ischemic rats by blood brain barrier damage,, 2007.

Curcumin has potent anti- amyloidogenic effects for Alzheimer's beta fibrils in vitro,Ono, K:Neuroscience, 2004, Pub Med.

 

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Linden Blossom, Tilia cardata, Absolute

I have recently added a large variety of absolute essential oils to our growing inventory at Aroma Health. Today, Linden Blossom is the newest absolute I have made. Tilia attracted me because it is unique by helping to dissolve stones and hard cysts, cholesterol and arterial plaque.It also reduces headaches, migraines, high blood pressure and tinnitus. Linden is used often at the onset of a cold or flu, by promoting sweating to release the virus entering the body.The nature of Linden is also to calm  liver energy that is associated with restlessness, hyperactivity, nervousness and tension. The personality that benefits from Linden is basically wired and high strung. Chemically, Linden is high in Sesquiterpenes, which are anti inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, analgesic and non allergic. They regenerate the liver and glands and stimulate the heart function. Sesquiterpenes also tone muscles, decongest lymph and veins. These chemicals are prevalent in the Labiatae family of aromatic kitchen herbs and plants we use everyday.

The healing properties of Linden may seem unrealistic, until you understand that the inhaled molecules pass the blood brain barrier  and create an oxygen rich medium where cancer  and many other incurable diseases cannot co- exist. The AMA concurs that a long list of incurable diseases could be cured by introducing healing agents that can pass the blood- brain barrier.However, The AMA is only considering chemically produced pharmaceutical agents to date. What Nature produces is not easily patented.

Apply Linden topically or inhale it often for best results over a period of at least 3 weeks.I suggest applying it on the inner fold of the ear, but not inside the ear hole, or on the throat or neck where it can be enjoyed.

 

Source: Aromatherapy with Chinese Medicine, Dennis Wilmont, Wilmountain Press; 2003, Wilmountain.com

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