One might be surprised at all the benefits associated with the use of Turmeric, and why at Ki’s Kitchen it among one of our staples used in a variety of our different meals. Turmeric, has been has been used for centuries in a wide variety of spectrums including, but not limited to, disease prevention, treating a multitude of ailments, an antioxidant, a diuretic, and to aid in overall digestion.
Some of the most serious diseases that have seen positive results from regular use of turmeric include;
and many, many more.
Turmeric, is a perennial plant from the ginger family. It is Native to Southern Asia (also cultivated in Sri Lanka , Indonesia , China , Taiwan , Indochina , Peru , Haiti , and Jamaica) as it requires minimum 20C degree weather, and considerable rain fall to thrive. Originally, it was used as a dye until its discovery of its powerful medicinal properties.
The plant itself reaches approximately 1 meter tall, and is yellow to orange in colour. Cylindrical, aromatic rhizomes are found within the leaves which are typically yellow to green in colour. August, is typically the most common time that the plant is ready for harvest.
Turmeric may be the most effective nutritional supplement in existence. Many high quality studies show that it has major benefits for your body and brain. The compounds found in this spice, are called curcuminoids, the most important of which is curcumin. Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric, and is found to have powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant.
In conclusion, it is safe to say that Turmeric has stood the test of time – and has proven itself time and time again of its natural abilities to prevent, treat, and if I can boldly say, even cure disease.
‘Whether suffering from an acute or chronic disease, aches and pains, bumps and bruises, or as preventative maintenance, turmeric can and should be utilized by everyone on a regular basis. In the words of David Frawley: “If I had only a single herb to depend upon for all possible health and dietary needs, I would without much hesitation choose the Indian spice turmeric’ (full article)
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