Turmeric and it's healing powers


 Can an ancient yellow root spice be good for you? Let's chat about that.

Turmeric is a spice that comes from the turmeric plant. It has a warm, bitter taste and is frequently used to flavor or color curry powders, mustards, butters, and cheeses. But the root of turmeric is also used widely to make medicine

Turmeric is commonly used for conditions involving pain and inflammation. Western medicine has begun to study turmeric as a pain reliever and healing agent. 

 This anti-inflammatory ability might reduce the aggravation that people with arthritis feel in their joints.

 Turmeric has been getting attention recently because of its antioxidant abilities. 

The antioxidant effect of turmeric appears to be so powerful that it may stop your liver from being damaged by toxins. 


Turmeric adds flavor to food, which explains its presence in curry powder. However, turmeric can also play an important role in digesting that food. The spice can contribute to healthy digestion as a result of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. 

Ways to use it in food.

Turmeric is a highly versatile spice that can be added to meals in a range of ways, including:

  • Adding turmeric into spice mixtures such as curry or barbecue rub
  • Making a homemade dressing using part oil, part vinegar, and seasonings including turmeric
  • Changing up your go-to marinades by adding turmeric.
  • Shakes and smoothies
  • Fire cider and Elderberry syrup

Turmeric is also available as a supplement in powder-containing capsules, fluids, extracts, and tinctures. 


Turmeric is the spice that gives curry its yellow color. Recently, science has started to back up what Indians have known for a long time — it really does contain compounds with medicinal properties.  


We are now stocking turmeric that grows from our farm in our store. We will offer different size bags soon. Right now we have a 2 oz Bag for sell in our store front.

It is a heat sealed bag and weight to 2 oz. You can buy it on our website.




Disclaimer: You should check with a doctor before taking any supplements to ensure they are safe for you to use. 

 "Although curcumin or turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, if you are diagnosed with a condition such as cancer or diabetes, speak to your health care provider before taking the supplement".


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  2. Turmeric also gives a beautiful yellow color to homemade, cold process soap.


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