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The turmeric roots yield an essential oil that is employed in many perfumes.
Though only 2 to 5 percent of the turmeric root is curcumin, this potent compound is what gives the root its vibrant yellow-orange color.
Certified-organic turmeric root in the formula also promotes a healthy colon in both men and women.
A combination of ginger root powder, turmeric root powder, rosemary leaf powder and pomegranate seed powder in an oral dosage form is suitable for general ABCs of skin health.
Varieties are Heritage Palm Sugar with Korintje Cinnamon, Heritage Palm Sugar with Ginger Root, Heritage Palm Sugar with Turmeric Root, and Heritage Palm Sugar with Alor Vanilla.
TurmericBoost features real vanilla chai in a prebiotic fiber blend, and is the first turmeric powder line to offer standardized turmeric root extract with 42 mg of curcumin per serving, according to the company.
Tu MericXtract is a uniquely blended formulation of the raw turmeric root and phytonutrients, which provides a wide range of health benefits and enhances the body's ability to prevent and fight disease.
Washington, July 14 (ANI): Curcumin, a popular Indian spice derived from the turmeric root, can help reduce cancer risk among postmenopausal women exposed to hormone replacement therapy, according to University of Missouri researchers.
Turmeric root, an ingredient in curry powder, contains a volatile oil with a substance called curcumin that acts specifically on bile and also has significant anti-inflammatory properties.
At a recent dinner party at Ranchopatel " Patel's gray stone house on Avocado Drive " the chef cut waist-high taro leaves, dug his own white turmeric roots, plucked teardrop Indian eggplants to stuff with crushed peanuts, and filled a wheelbarrow with 200 pounds of mangoes destined for lassis and chutney.
Infused herbal oils may be made from dried arnica flowers, bergamot leaves and flowers, calendula flowers, cayenne peppers, cannabis leaves and flowers, chickweed leaves and flowers, comfrey leaves, ginger roots, helichrysum flowers, mullein leaves, turmeric roots, and virtually any herb containing essential oils (such as rosemary, thyme, and lavender).