TURMERIC has rightly become widely recognised. Acharyas (Ayurvedic Physicians) mentioned the benefits of TURMERIC in medicinal preparations and daily diet 4000 years ago.
Turmeric that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for over 4000 years. It is available in three forms: dried powder, dried whole, and fresh. If using the powder, it is recommended to consume it within 6 months of grinding and to cook it before use to maximise its benefits.
For therapeutic use. Turmeric has numerous health benefits, including treating conditions such as diabetes, liver dysfunction, and high cholesterol. It can also purify the blood and breast milk, promote menses, alleviate fever, and act as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic. It can even be applied externally to treat fungal infections, wounds, acne, eczema, and bruises.
As a food supplement, half a teaspoon of turmeric can serve as an immunity and digestive booster, as well as an antioxidant. Consistency is key when using turmeric, as its benefits are seen when used regularly.
Please REMEMBER, its benefits can be seen when it’s used on regular basis. It’s this consistency that develops the desired healing effect.
A tip for parents, a small cup of organic whole cow's milk with a pinch of turmeric and ginger can support a child's immune system and promote a good night's sleep. Turmeric can also be added to rice, lentils, pasta, and other dishes for added health benefits. However, cow’s milk should be avoided in cases of mucus, infections, productive coughs. For specific cases, it is recommended to seek advice from a herbalist or Ayurvedic practitioner.