History of turmeric
Turmeric in latin knows as Terra Meritta means Sacred Soil which belongs to ginger family Zingiberaceae. In India the rhizomatous plants are native to south India that requires climate between 20-30*c [68 to 86*F] and a suitable annual rainfall to prosper. To make turmeric, rhizomes of Curcuma Longa are boiled, dried and polished. Turmeric has a bitter, warm, black-pepper like taste and powdery.
The main active ingredient in turmeric is Curcumin- a bright yellow chemical produced by the turmeric plant that is used as a food additive and approved by World Health Organization, European Parliament and United State Food & Drug Administration.
Turmeric has nearly 40 different genres & 400 species. The most common varities of Turmericc are curcumin longa, Curcuma Aromatic, Curcuma Amada, Curcuma Algastifolia, Curcuma Zidoria.
Benefits of Turmeric
In ayurvedic practices, turmeric is being used since 4000 years. Turmeric and its powerful ingredient curcumin have a range of health benefits.
The powerful ingredient of turmeric that is curcumin has proven and shows the strong anti-inflammatory components that blocks the action of inflammatory molecules in the body.
The most chronic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease and pancreatitis as studies show the positive effects of curcumin.
May prevent Cancer
Tumor growth is linked with inflammation anti-inflammatory properties such as curcumin may play an important role in preventing and treating varieties of cancer such as Pancreatic, Prostate, Breast, Colorectal and Gastral cancers.
Research has shown that the curcumin can affect the cancer cell formation, tumor growth or development and reduce the spread of cancerous cells.
Improve brain function and lower risk of brain diseases
Neurons (neurons or nerve cells) are capable to form a new connection. In addition to this, the neurons can also multiply and increase in certain part of brain.
BDNF (Brain –Derived Neurotrophic factor) is a type of growth hormone that functions the brain. The decrease in growth hormone BDNF is linked to brain disorders and brain disease. To boost the level of BDNF, one should consume curcumin that will impact on brain function and lower the risk of brain disease.
We had heard about curcumin but have you heard about another active ingredient in turmeric. Yes or No? Let’s see which the active ingredient is- “Turmerone”.
Turmerone-although less is known about turmerone. Turmerone helps boost cell repair that helps the stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.
Strengthen Immune System
Curcumin the main active ingredient in turmeric boosts the immune cells including T cell, B cells and Natural killer cells. The animal studies suggest it may even play a role in controlling allergy, fight-off infection and including hay-fever.
How Mukhia Turmeric is different from other brands?
Mukhia Turmeric is pure and natural. It is a superfood with versatile uses and a flavorful spice commonly used in Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine and Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine.
Mukhia Turmeric Powder is a healthy source for your daily fiber, manganese, iron, potassium, and Vitamin C needs. It contains over 40% higher curcumin per serving as compared to other competitors (based on a third-party lab analysis)!! It is an immunity booster
How to use turmeric?
- Aside from adding turmeric powder into your dishes, there are plenty of other beneficial ways to work it into your everyday diet and lifestyle.
Life Hack With Turmeric:
- Drink It As Tea
- Use It As Face Mask
- Use It As Acne Gel
- Use it to help brighten your teeth
Prepare an easy and healthy immunity booster!
- Mukhia Turmeric
- Mukhia Honey
- Orange Juice
- The most comforting drink in this winter season is Turmeric Milk. Mukhia Turmeric Powder is a healthy source for your daily intakes & contains over 40% higher curcumin per serving than others.
- A perfect daily detox drink!
Mukhia Turmeric is naturally known for its detoxification properties and can leave you soothed if you drink it every day. One simple daily detox turmeric recipe can be prepared by adding 1/3 tablespoon of Mukhia Turmeric Powder, Mukhia Honey (to taste) and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice in lukewarm water. Have it everyday empty stomach in the morning.
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