Turmeric is a spice obtained by grinding the roots of the Curcuma longa plant which is a relative of Ginger and native to south western India. It has been used in India as part of the Ayurveda medicine tradition for 6000 years.
It is used in many traditional Indian foods as a spice and medicine, as well as used to dye the fabric used to make the robes of Indian monks.
This is a food product, but we encourage you to search online for yourself the wonderful benefits of this amazing spice.
The website Examine.com is an independent organization that investigates the science behind supplementation and nutrition.
Here is a link to what they say about Curcumin, the active ingredient in Turmeric.
About Our Turmeric
Where is the Turmeric grown?
Our Turmeric is grown in the Alleppey region of south western India (also known as Alappuzha) in the province of Kerala.
The Turmeric grown in this region of India is known worldwide for it’s naturally higher curcumin content (min 4.5%), the active ingredient in Turmeric.