Turmeric is a rhizome that is part of the ginger family. Its Chinese name literally means yellow ginger. As one of natures most revered botanticals, it has been used for centuries as a food preservative, a colouring agent, a culinary flavour and as an important anti-inflammatory herbal remedy in Ayurvedic Medicine. It has also been used as a natural dye and as a popular cosmetic in India and Asia for healthy, glowing skin. This tri-doshic balancing herb supports many systems of the body. According to the energetic principles of Ayurveda, Turmeric is pungent, bitter and astringent in the Rasa taste energy, heating in action according to Virya and balancing for Vata, Pitta and Kapha constitutional doshas, with a tendency to increase Vata and Pitta. It is considered a wonderful daily herb to support general well-being, vitality and health.
Nature's most important spice
Used for centuries as a culinary flavour
Anti-inflammatory herbal remedy in traditional Ayurvedic Medicine
Great in all recipes as well as topically for healthy, glowing skin
Sustainably grown and harvested
Anti-inflammatoryTurmeric demonstrates an inhibitory effect on a number of different compounds that play an important role in the inflammation response such as COX2 and LOX2. Eases bursitis.
Organic Turmeric (Curcuma longa) Powder
Turmeric tea/ tea latte, also known as golden milk
Turmeric broth if you're feeling savoury
Use it to enhance your favourite curry recipe
Turmeric roasted chicken and cauliflower
External Use: Add ½ tsp to your favourite face mask recipe to reduce inflammation.