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Organic Turmeric Powder 50g


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Turmeric, also known as curcuma, haldi, or borrie..

Turmeric has a pungent, 'clean' taste, but it is not hot or spicy at all. It lends the yellow colour to curry powder. It often is 'stretched'/ extended with coloured starch and if you consider how unbelievably healing this spice is, this is a travesty.

It has cleansing and antiseptic properties. In India, if you cut yourself, your mom or gran is going to sprinkle turmeric on the sore, or make a tincture of alcohol, turmeric and cayenne, as a powerful antispetic. Turmeric under the name of curcumin, has found powerful cred as a natural anti-inflammatory and is chiefly used for rheumatism and arthritis. In addition, it exhibits a cleansing action on mucous membranes. It can be used as a healer for the digestive system.

There are two ways of having it: raw or cooked. Ayurveda stipulates that cooking brings out more healing properties. However, raw is also easy and convenient. First thing in the morning, make a drink of warm water, 1ts each turmeric and ginger powderr, 1 juiced lemon, 1TS apple cider vinegar and a touch of honey or plain juice. Nurturing, soothing and alkalinising.

GOLDEN MILK: Is madewith cooked turmeric. Make a paste of turmeric and water the consistency of thin porridge. Simmer for 8 minutes on low heat. Store in a screw cap bottle in the fridge (careful, powerfully staining!! unless you like yellow) and every day, heat up one glass of milk or milk substitute with 1TS turmeric paste and add 1ts honey. This will ameliorate clicking joints, crackling knees, sore lower back, etc. Take consistently every day for 40 days. has a, you can’t think about a curry without turmeric in it. However, it’s only now that people are realizing that turmeric has some amazing powers and is more than a spice which can be relegated to a shelf on your kitchen. Turmeric is packed with loads of benefits and today, scientists are also substantiating this fact with research to prove it.

Here are some of the traditional beauty secrets, hailing from India..

  • Turmeric helps you reduce pigmentation on your face and even out your skin tone. It can be easily done at home. Mix a little turmeric with cucumber or lemon juice and apply to your face. Leave it for some time and wash off. A one-time application will be of little help but regular use will give a soft glow to your face.
  • Troubled with acne? Whether it’s for you or your teenager, turmeric is a beauty ingredient that is harmless and yet offers great results. Turmeric mixed with sandalwood powder and a little water (or just water in case you can't find sandalwood powder), and applied to the face can greatly reduce the appearance of acne. It’s definitely a cheaper alternative to all those creams and gels that are often not as effective as desired or they claim. Turmeric is naturally antispetic and that's how it works!
  • Here’s a great recipe for an all over body scrub. Mix turmeric with chickpea flour and water and use it to scrub all over your body before your shower. Doing this regularly will indeed help you get a glowing skin. Ask any bride in India and she will affirm that this is the beauty regimen that they dutifully follow weeks before their wedding to get a spotless skin.
  • Have you ever wondered how stretch marks in pregnancy can be avoided? Try applying a mixture of turmeric with yogurt to the abdomen and then it wipe off after five minutes. If you continue this regularly, it will help in maintaining the elasticity of the skin and prevent stretch marks.
  • Turmeric has also been dubbed the wonder product because of its ability to fight free radicals. This excellent anti-oxidant is known to help prevent various diseases as well as cancer. In fact, turmeric is one of the best known remedies used to reduce the recovery time of various skin afflictions that are caused by chicken pox etc. Turmeric helps against skin rashes as well.
  • Moms in India often apply a paste of turmeric to minor cuts, bruises and bumps as it reduces the swelling just as an ice pack would do, without the discomfort. Its various antiseptic properties are perfect for using it for minor cuts, wounds and abrasions and it speedsup the healing process.
  • If you’ve accidentally burnt your hand in the kitchen, here’s a quick remedy to ease the burn. Mix a teaspoon of turmeric with some aloe gel and apply to the burn.
  • So far, we’ve read about the cosmetic effects of turmeric for the skin. But did you know that turmeric is a fantastic natural way to beat that cough that has been troubling you for so many days? Dump those expectorants and simply mix a spoonful of turmeric in hot milk and drink it down. The hot milk eases the throat and the turmeric fights infection in the throat.
  • Turmeric is an antiseptic for gum infections! Apply a mixture of turmeric, rock salt and mustard oil (optional, if you don'thave) to the affected area around two to three times a day. Rinse with warm water.
  • Feeling listless and tired? If you suspect you have anemia, then a teaspoon of turmeric powder mixed with honey, taken daily can help in countering anemia.
  • Turmeric powder mixed with water is also known to help diarrhea.
  • Note that turmeric can leave a little yellow tinge. For pale caucasian skins, mix with yoghurt and you will NOT become a YELLOW SUBMARINE!

Different scientific findings about turmeric also show that it can actually prevent leukemia by protecting DNA from harmful pollutants. Turmeric is also known to minimize the ill effects of processed foods as well as smoking. One of the active compounds of turmeric, Curcumin, is held responsible for much of this benefit.

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