This ancient Indian spice has long earned its name as the "Queen of Spices" thanks to the presence of curcuminoids. Turmeric was discovered in Asia thousands of years ago and has been used by ancient cultures such as the Chinese, Siddha, Unani and Ayurveda thanks to its medicinal properties. This spice has only recently gained popularity in the west... but better late than never!
It is estimated that turmeric, or Curcuma Longa, is beneficial for over 600 experimentally confirmed health benefit. The most commonly known benefits include:
Beyond all of this, the most important feature of Turmeric is that it is free from side effects which usually occur with modern medicine!
Curcumin is naturally not very well absorbed by our bodies. However, by incorporating black pepper, the absorption of curcumin is increased by 2000%! As a precaution, it is ideal to protect the lining of the stomach with food, milk, ginger or other protectors.
In conclusion, we all should reap the benefits of Turmeric by incorporating it into our daily food intake in the form of: marinades, table seasoning, salad sauces, teas, smoothies, etc.
If you do not like the taste of turmeric or do not know how to incorporate it your meals, then one can also supplement their diet with Royal Green’s organic turmeric supplement, which is already mixed with black pepper and ginger.
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