TURMERIC-THE GOLDEN SPICE
An exceptionally versatile spice, turmeric is the ground roots of a tall plant that grows plentiful in Central America and Asia. Originating 4000 years ago from Indian spice suppliers, today the whole of Europe including the United Kingdom marvels at its ability to exhibit properties similar to saffron. Travelling through China (700 AD), East Africa (800 AD), West Africa (1200 AD) it took Europe by storm. The famous Venetian merchant Marco Polo was completely taken in 1280 by the wonderful edible properties of turmeric. The use of turmeric has since then pervaded into the modern cuisine cultures of middle and west Europe and large parts of America.
The magical element hidden within turmeric is curcumin - it gives that brilliant yellow colour and powers up its plethora of biological benefits. Used as an essential ingredient of curry preparations worldwide, turmeric is a main-stay for its peppery flavour that makes for truly delectable recipes. Famous within haute-cuisine circles of UK as ‘Indian Saffron’, turmeric is a special favourite of organic spice manufacturers of the eastern world.
TURMERIC IS A GLOBAL SPICE TODAY, THANKS TO THESE IMPECCABLE EDIBLE, COSMETIC AND MEDICINAL PROPERTIES:
Flavoursome and nutritious, turmeric has exceptional anti-inflammatory properties. It’s been proved to provide great relief to arthritis patients. People with turmeric as an essential ingredient of their diet are known to experience greater ease with joint problems.
THE HEALTH HERB
Known to produce healthy metabolisms, turmeric when mixed in milk as a daily supplement boosts your immunity and enhances external beauty. The demand for turmeric has gone up especially in these times of pandemic, as this health-herb has shown pain-relieving effects as good as allopathic medicines like ibuprofen. Online turmeric powder suppliers sell it for use as external skin application, giving you a radiating healthy skin.
Turmeric is so versatile, that it can be mixed with your meal in innumerable ways. Its anti-oxidant properties enhance liver function and helps smoothen the digestive process. Highly beneficiary for diabetics as well as health conscious foodies, turmeric is added in daily intakes as garnish or simple dressing, as well as marinaded food, sauces and diverse forms of seasoning.