Totally Turmeric

Sometimes referred to as the golden spice of life or Indian saffron because of its deep yellow-orange colour, turmeric has been used for thousands of years in South East Asia and the Middle East as condiment, a textile and hair dye, and now a health remedy:


10 WAYS TURMERIC COULD HELP TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

Prevents heart disease

Eases inflammation

Promotes balanced mood

Improves skin conditions

protects against Alzheimer's disease

Reduces Diabetes risk

Relieves arthritis and osteoporosis

Strengthens the immune system

Stimulates digestion

Detoxifies the liver


HOW TO USE IT

Turmeric as a spice is known in its fresh root or ground powder form. As a plant, however, all it's pars are edible, from the flowers (as a vegetable) to the leaves (to make a wrap). It belongs to the gingers family and has a pepper -like aroma and bitter flavour. It is an essential ingredient in curries, but you can also enjoy its amazing benefits, which are produced from very small quantities in hot beverages (try turmeric tea or a latte) and smoothies. And don't forget to include it when making a natural body scrub or a face mask for glowing skin.


HOLY SPCE

More than a spice, turmeric is revered in both Hinduism and Buddhism and used for devotional purposes. being associated with fertility, luck and the sun, its is often a gift for pregnant women - and turmeric paste is also traditionally applied to a bride's skin as part of a ritual purification before her wedding. So not only is it a culinary treat with healing properties, but turmeric can also be considered sacred.


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