Turmeric

Turmeric and its powerful ingredient, curcumin, have a wide range of health benefits. Slip this super spice into your bedtime ritual to relax, improve mood, help depression , and potentially lower your anxiety levels.

Turmeric, the Golden Spice

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Coined as the most powerful spices of all since ages and it is used widely as a spice in South Asian.
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A cherished cousin of ginger, turmeric is a root that accounts for an excess of uses in our kitchens and lives.
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It is a principal ingredient in curry powders.
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It is a staple in all Indian cooking, with its primary compound curcumin, giving the delectable dishes that lovely yellow tinge.
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It is every Indian household’s go-to fix for a variety of health problems.
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While there are turmeric supplements also available in the ill form, raw turmeric is considered to be the most effective.
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The major components of the spice stimulate the gallbladder to produce bile, instantly making the digestive system more efficient.
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It is also known to reduce symptoms of bloating and gas.
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Lipopolysaccharide – a substance in turmeric with anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal agents helps stimulate the human immune system.
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Antioxidants have the potential to prevent heart disease, eye conditions and Alzheimer’s. Turmeric may even reduce the risk or spread of cancer.
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Because of its brilliant yellow color, turmeric is also known as “Indian saffron.”