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Science is bigger than hype. Stay informed!

In our quest for health and wellness related information, we often find ourselves scouring the Internet for relevant, useful and scientific facts. We did the same while researching information for our salve. In our search, we came across some very helpful research articles, websites and blogs. The authors are researchers and medical professionals with an authority in the field. We are happy to share our findings with you and hope you enjoy reading them! Please note that these readings are for informational purposes only and do not signify endorsements from the authors of the articles.


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University of Maryland Medical Center's webpage detailing the benefits of turmeric.




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The health library at "Michigan Medicine" affiliated with University of Medicine outlines how turmeric works.




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A slideshow reviewed by family practitioner Dr. Melinda Ratini, that showcases the health benefits of turmeric.




Anti-septic turmeric salve

An article based on scientific evidence that lists ten health benefits of Turmeric and its bioactive component Curcumin.




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Photo credit: DrAxe.Com.

Dr. Josh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS, a certified doctor of natural medicine, doctor of chiropractic and clinical nutritionist outlines the benefits of coconut oil.




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An article by Alexandra Early, (former contributing editor for "Men's Fitness" magazine and a contributing editor, social media editor and ghostwriter for nonprofits) that highlights the skin benefits of coconut oil.




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An study in Journal of Burn Care and Research that reports beeswax and herbal oil cream is poised to better provide relief from postburn itches as compared to an aqueous cream.




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North Carolina State Extension (with NC State University and N.C. A&T State University) details the benefits of beeswax.