Active 35 Oil

Active 35 oil is based on the Mahanaryan oil blend, one of the most powerful massage oils in history. It literally means ‘the oil that makes you into a great person!’ made in the traditional Ayurvedic way of simmering organic herbs in water and oil for around 12 hours, it effectively harnesses the fat soluble natural phytochemicals. This method extracts all the herbal goodness in orders to help support joints and muscles.

This oil is a warming and stimulating massage oil to relax muscles and support joints – the perfect partner to Turmeric Active.

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Our organic active oil is not being tested on animals.

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Part of the Turmeric range

Turmeric is one of our herbal superheroes. The potential benefits of this vibrant root for our own wellbeing are vast, so we’ve created the Turmeric family to inspire your get up and go!

Dietary information

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan

Frequently asked questions

  • Where is Pukka turmeric grown?

    Pukka turmeric is grown in Karnataka and Maharashtra, two neighbouring states in the West of India. Many of our turmeric farmers also grow ginger, and in some regions they grow it as an intercrop with tulsi, sugar cane and kapikacchu (Mucuna pruriens, a medicinal legume that climbs up the sugarcane). In India alone, approximately 140,000 hectares of land are used for growing turmeric (that’s an area just smaller than the whole of Greater London).

  • Is curcumin the same as turmeric?

    Curcumin is the powerful yellow pigment naturally present in the turmeric root that gives it its yellow colour and is responsible for many of its amazing benefits. However, curcumin is only one of around 200 natural bioactive compounds found in turmeric; its essential oils are also vital for its deep earthy and nourishing aroma too.

    Interestingly, another name for turmeric, curcuma, is believed to have come from ‘kurkum’, which is the Persian-Arabic word for saffron. In medieval Europe turmeric was known as Indian Saffron, as it was often used as a more affordable substitute. Buddhist monks used to dye their robes a bright yellow using an infusion made from this plant’s roots. 

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