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Turmeric: 7 Fascinating Facts

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We all know the many uses of turmeric in Indian kitchens. From adding colour and flavour to food, turmeric is a common spice.

But, do you know that turmeric has many other interesting uses, as well?

From acting as an anti-inflammatory agent to an effective remedy for excess hair growth on women, from a wonder tea to having several varieties, read on to know more about turmeric in this ClipBook.

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India Is The Largest Producer Of Turmeric

India is the largest producer, consumer and exporter of turmeric in the world. Indian turmeric is considered to be the best in the world market because of its high curcumin content. India accounts for about 80 per cent of world turmeric production...

Turmeric Is Used As Dye

If you’ve used turmeric before you may have noticed it can give your hands a bit of a stain with its bright yellow colour. What you may not know is turmeric has been used as a fabric dye for hundreds of years. Read the article to know how to make ...

Women Sometimes Use Turmeric To Remove Excess Body Hair

Many ladies want to achieve smooth, beautiful, and hairless skin. They go to many lengths, from laser hair removal, waxing, electrolysis, plucking, shaving, etc. But did you know there’s such a thing as turmeric hair removal? This is especially ef...

Turmeric Can Reduce Inflammation

Turmeric is a bright yellow spice often used in Asian cooking. Turmeric contains the active ingredient curcumin, which is an antioxidant that demonstrates anti-inflammatory properties in conditions such as arthritis, muscle sprains and other injur...

Turmeric Dosage For Memory Loss

According to Organic Facts, turmeric was used in traditional medicine to boost mental activity, including concentration and memory. It may also help prevent the formation of plaques that are indicative of Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dem...

There Are Several Varieties Of Turmeric

If you think that turmeric has just one variety, you are plain wrong. In India, there are several varieties of turmeric. Some of the most popular ones are Nizamabad Bulb, Sangli Turmeric, Rajapore Turmeric, Erode and Salem Turmeric and Alleppey Fi...

The People Of Okinawa Japan Love Turmeric Tea

When Okinawans speak, everybody worldwide may want to pay attention.  If Okinawans absolutely love their turmeric tea, it may be worth the rest of us considering whether to follow their wisdom.  Turmeric tea is practically a ritual in Okinawa, the...

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