Ingredients: 100 % Organic Turmeric Powder.
Description: This tangy root is used in Asia for thousands of years for culinary and health purposes. This turmeric powder is certified organic and sustainable and is milled with a great care for the preservation of its natural qualities.
Uses: Ancient Indian treatment system “Ayurveda” advocates the use of turmeric powder for supporting general health.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Turmeric is a tangy root traditionally used for skin, arthritic and digestive disorders. Research reveals that Turmeric’s curcumin content has amazing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Turmeric oil is the latest health food fad as it is more easily absorbed than powder and very stable due to its antioxidants. Ancient Indian Medicine system Ayurveda says Turmeric lowers cholesterol, cleanses blood, eases aches, soothes the respiratory tract, strengthens the liver, allays allergies and dries up mucous. No wonder this wonder herb is hailed as ‘The Golden Goddess’ or Kanchani in Ayurvedic medicine. Add this invaluable ingredient to your nutrition and beauty regime for glowing health.
Ayurveda advocates these uses of terrific Turmeric –
1) Mix Turmeric oil (4 to 5 drops) or powder into Tea, dhals, curries, soups, sauces, pancakes, smoothies or dips to boost digestion.
2) To erase acne or pigmentation apply a paste of 5 drops Sandalwood oil with ½ tsp Turmeric powder and ½ tsp rosewater and wash off after ten minutes.
3) Add to milk to reduce mucous forming affect.
4) Dab powder or oil on cuts as an antiseptic.
5) Gargle powder or oil in warm salted water to soothe sore throats.
6) Take Turmeric every morning and evening to ease arthritis.
7) Mix the oil with shampoo to clear dandruff and promote growth.
8) A daily dose of Turmeric boosts brain function according to a recent clinical trial using curcumin extract published in the Journal of Neurochemistry.
What does “organic” mean?
The term “organic” refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed. While the regulations vary from country to country, in general, organic crops
must be grown without the use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, and fertilisers, or bioengineered genes (GMOs).