Premier quality Turmeric rhizome with no additives. It is imported from botanical growers in India.
Turmeric is much more than a culinary spice. For centuries in Asia, turmeric has been considered to be an important herb for vitality and healthy living. Turmeric has been traditionally used to nourish the gastrointestinal tract and to support liver health.
One key to turmeric's benefits is derived from its natural concentration of specific compounds known as curcuminoids, which possess excellent antioxidant capabilities.
Turmeric powder has long been used for medicinal purposes in Asia to treat gastrointestinal upsets, arthritis pain, and "low energy." In traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric has been used as a tonic for the digestive system and the liver, to dispel worms, strengthen the body, and dissolve gallstones; and for menstrual irregularity and arthritis. In old Hindu texts it is described as an aromatic, stimulant, and carminative (an agent that helps expel gas from the intestines and treats colic).*
Premier Tumeric is made from non-irradiated grade 10 quality organic Tumeric from India. It is freshly ground on site with nontoxic grinders, encapsulated immediately after grinding to retain its unparalleled, active volatile essential oils (open a capsule to smell its rich, full-bodied aroma). This is crucial because tumeric will go rancid quickly after exposure to the air.
Grade 10 Indian Turmeric (rhizome) (Curcuma longa) - 500mg
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