A magic herb as it is known, turmeric belongs to the ginger family; and is the dried version of the underground stem rhizome. The powder with a deep yellow color comes with a big lineup of benefits for human health, skin, or hair; because of the presence of compounds like curcuminoids in gigantic proportions. It also is one of the necessary and favorite ingredients for chefs and moms all around the world; for the color and flavor, it gives to the food.
5 Different Ways to use Turmeric
Soon to be known as a superfood, consuming turmeric has the potential to protect your heart, help old people from arthritis, boost the functioning of our brain, and also fight cancer and diabetes. It is an amazing anti-oxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. Because of its antiseptic and antibacterial qualities, turmeric milk is widely used (by all moms and grandmoms) as a natural healer for any kind of wound or ailment.Just add one teaspoon of turmeric in a glass of hot milk, and you will be good to go against any sort of pain
‘ Yellow yellow pretty fellow’
Pimples? Acne? Wrinkles? Stretch Marks? Oily Skin?
Turmeric has a cure for all. Turmeric-based face packs or even a pinch of it have significant healing properties that can maintain the skin’s glow. 1 teaspoon of turmeric mixed with curd can also help you get rid of those disgusting stretch marks.
If people are ready to spend thousands on over-the-counter tooth whitening products, you can definitely spend tens or hundreds on turmeric; and get your teeth whitened and stain-free naturally.
Dandruff in hair is like a potato in your pizza.
^ A spoilsport!
The good news is that turmeric mixed with olive oil in equal proportion not only banishes dandruff but also improves scalp health and prevents hair loss.
5. Bake it up
Guessed it damn right! Turmeric cake known as Sfuf is a popular Lebanese dessert. Perfect for diabetics and turmeric lovers, you will find this cake in every Middle Eastern Desert counter.