Turmeric powder from Turmeric Roots 100% pure
Used in Asia for its color and its particular taste in cooking.
Turmeric is a very good alternative to chemical coloring.
It is increasingly recommended for well-being and health. it is increasingly recommended by naturopaths as a complement to medical treatment
AROMA: musky, slightly peppery and very fragrant.
What is turmeric?
Turmeric is a herbaceous plant: rhizomatous perennial of the genus
Turmeric from the Zingiberaceae family of southern Asia. Its rhizomes (roots) are most often dried and reduced to powder; they are an extremely popular spice in the West and in the East.
Its name comes from the Arabic kourkoum or harkoum, which means saffron.
Turmeric is used in traditional medicines, such as Indian Ayurvedic medicine for example, where it is called the spice of long life, Chinese, Thai or even Indonesian. .
Turmeric is a spice with many preventive and curative properties, mainly used for its virtues. anti-inflammatories And antioxidants in order to prevent certain cancers and protect against diseases linked to aging.
Benefits for the skin
- reduce inflammation e.g. for bags under the eyes
- even out the complexion and acts on dark circles
- give a radiant effect to the skin;
- fade pigment spots .
Turmeric is also credited with improving specific skin problems, such as acne . and eczema.
It is true that turmeric colors the skin, but mixed with other substances, it no longer colors the skin and retains all its benefits.
- Carbohydrates , a bitter principle,
- Curcumin, pigment which gives it its intense color,
- Curcuminoids (curcumin +/- 5%), bitter principles,
- Phenolic compounds derived from caffeic acid.
The roots of turmeric are a guarantee of quality
We have chosen to offer you turmeric from roots that we reduce into powder ourselves, in order to guarantee a better quality, freshness and better efficiency .
Because once reduced to powder, turmeric loses its freshness and its benefits. It is therefore preferable to reduce it to powder just at the start of its use.
Capacity: 100 g, 200 g, 300 g in a kraft bag.