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Harvested for more than 5,000 years, Turmeric or haldi is native to Indonesia and southern India. Looking back to our history, humans have used turmeric in food and medicine to cure various types of disorders. It is considered as an excellent source of both iron and manganese. It is also rich in vitamin B6, dietary fibre and potassium. Due to its therapeutic properties, Turmeric has recently gained popularity among people. Introduced in Europe by Arab traders, Turmeric has become popular in western countries too. Its commercial producers include India, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Haiti and Jamaica. Due to its deep yellow-orange colour, Turmeric is popularly called as Indian saffron. It has been used as a healing remedy and textile dye throughout the history. As we know a little about the history of Turmeric, let’s talk on what turmeric is.

What is Turmeric?

A member of the ginger family, Turmeric is a perennial plant that has a thick rhizome, which is yellowish on the outside and deep orange or reddish brown from the inside. Bearing large, oblong leaves and funnel-shaped, dull yellow flowers, the plant grows to a height of approximately 0.9 to 1.5 m. Its primary bulb and secondary lateral rhizomes are collected, cleaned, boiled and dried for use in medicines and food preparations. Curcuma longa is used as an anti-inflammatory agent to treat a number of conditions, such as hemorrhage, menstrual difficulties, flatulence, jaundice, bloody urine, toothache, bruises, chest pain and colic.

Confused over Turmeric and Turmeric Powder? Not Anymore!

Turmeric powder is nothing but a powder form of bright yellow-coloured Turmeric. It is made by dry grinding of mature turmeric rhizomes or underground stems. Turmeric powder is used for colouring and flavouring food products, and in cosmetics and medicines. Low in calories, this spice is used in Indian vegetables and curries. It is considered as a rich source of dietary fibre, iron, magnesium, potassium and vitamin B6. Turmeric powder has become a very important part of Indian ceremonies and rituals.  

Reasons to Add Turmeric in Your Diet:

  • Works as an immunity booster
  • Maintains normal cholesterol level
  • May prevent the development of type-2 diabetes
  • Protects against certain liver diseases
  • Reduces unwanted weight and controls the incidence of obesity-related diseases.
  • Improves rheumatoid arthritis 
  • Lower the risk of heart disease
  • Treats sprains and swellings
  • Fights age-related chronic diseases to delay ageing
  • Possesses anti-inflammatory properties that soothe blemished skin and promote healing
  • Improves the functioning of liver

Turmeric-A natural remedy to get glowing skin

Rejuvenates Your Skin

Turmeric is well-known for its antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used in face masks to rejuvenate and soften the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Regular use of a face mask containing turmeric as a key ingredient can lighten uneven pigmentation to promote soft, supple skin.

Remedy for Acne

Acne is a skin condition characterised by blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, greasy skin and possibly scarring. Though the appearance of acne can be reduced through change in lifestyle and medication, proper treatment is necessary to get rid of it permanently. Turmeric mask contains anti-inflammatory properties to heal and soothe blemished skin. Regular use of turmeric mask can help prevent acne.

Treats Eczema and Rosacea

Eczema leads to itchy and painful skin with scaly red patches all over. Regular application of Turmeric paste on the affected area for 15-20 min can reduce the effects of eczema.

Rosacea is another skin condition most commonly seen in fair individuals. Symptoms of Rosacea include ruddy skin, small pimples and dilated capillaries. Regular application of turmeric face mask can treat rosacea.

With the above mentioned benefits, it is quite right to say that turmeric is one remedy for various skin conditions. Apart from treating skin problems, it can also be added in food for colour and flavour. Hence, it should be incorporated in regular diet to avail its benefits.