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Turmeric, a staple of ancient medical traditions, offers both medicinal benefits and culinary versatility.

Its consumption is linked to reduced inflammation, improved brain function, mood enhancement, and heart health support.



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From over a thousand years ago, turmeric has been recorded in Ayurveda (ancient Indian herbal medicine), Siddha Medicine (Tamil ancient medicine), ancient Chinese medicine, Unani Medicine (Mughal Empire medicine), and other ancient medical books, for medicinal use. In traditional Indian medicine Ayurveda, turmeric is used as a stomach medicine and aphrodisiac, as well as for purifying the blood and treating skin diseases. Turmeric is indeed a widely used spice, suitable for adding to various dishes. If you enjoy cooking, you can add turmeric to eggs, stir-fries, meats and fish, desserts, and any other dishes.

Why eat it

We know that Indians live in a very complex environment, but the incidence of stubborn diseases is only one-seventh of that of Americans, and the incidence of esophageal diseases is particularly low. The incidence of brain degeneration is also only one-fourth of that of Americans. The low incidence rate has aroused the interest of researchers. Observation and research have found a connection with Indians frequently eating curry, which includes turmeric. Turmeric is acclaimed as the “golden spice of the fields” and is commonly used by Indians. Turmeric was used as medicine by ancient Indians. When they traveled, they always carried turmeric to prevent food or water poisoning, and they also made ointments with turmeric to relieve pain. Modern medicine also confirms that curcumin in turmeric has multiple powerful therapeutic effects.

For your health

Ancient ginger tea benefits women during menstruation by balancing yin and yang, relieving cold and dampness.

Ginger slices in the tea encourage sweating and detoxify the body, while brown sugar boosts energy and stabilizes blood sugar levels.

The tea promotes blood circulation and helps facilitate smooth menstrual discharge.

It aids in regulating menstruation, providing relief from irregular periods and dysmenorrhea.


Adding turmeric to your diet can help you.

Reduce inflammation: The potent anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin may help reduce inflammation and alleviate pain.

Improve memory and brain function: Studies suggest that curcumin may lead to increased levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) — a compound that supports the growth of brain cells and the formation of new connections.

Boost your mood: With the presence of curcumin, turmeric may also work wonders for your mood.

Recent studies indicate that regular consumption of curcumin has a positive impact on patients with depression.

Protect your heart: Curcumin may help maintain proper endothelial function — a function of the inner lining of blood vessels — which is crucial for heart health.

A recent study also emphasizes that participants who consumed curcumin had a 65% reduced likelihood of heart attacks.

If you haven’t tried it yet, let this traditional spice add some color to your life — and your health.
Organic turmeric is the healthiest and safest choice.

*Turmeric powder is easier to absorb when fried with fats.

Although the effectiveness of curcumin in preventing and treating various diseases is significant, its absorption rate in the body is low. To enhance the absorption of curcumin, it is recommended to eat it with oil. Just like beta-carotene in carrots is fat-soluble, when turmeric is eaten with fats, it is more easily absorbed by the body. You can also sprinkle some black pepper, as it contains piperine, which can increase the absorption of curcumin in the body.

The right to food

The right to food, and its variations, is a human right protecting the right of people to feed themselves in dignity, implying that sufficient food is available, that people have the means to access it, and that it adequately meets the individual’s dietary needs.

Usage Method


The simplest recipe followed by Indian families is to heat some milk in a skillet, then add a little turmeric and black pepper powder. Let it cool, and enjoy the warm golden milk.

Homemade Golden Milk:

1 cup of milk

1 teaspoon of turmeric powder

1 piece of ginger grated into ginger paste

a little bit of honey

1 teaspoon of coconut oil Put all the ingredients in a saucepan, heat over medium heat until boiling, then simmer for 5-10 minutes, and you can enjoy the golden turmeric milk. You can also add other spices according to your preference, such as cinnamon powder, nutmeg powder, cocoa powder…

It is best to use a dark pot for cooking, as turmeric tends to stain.

When frying fish or cooking meat, you can also add turmeric powder. Turmeric can remove fishy odor and enhance the flavor of food. In addition, it also has the function of preservative, so that food is not easily spoiled and can be stored for a long time.

Turmeric Rice: Rice, turmeric powder, oil Cook rice as usual by steaming.

Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs


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