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Benefits of Turmeric or Haridra in Ayurveda

The main quality of 'Haridra', its Sanskrit name meaning 'yellow', is heat. It is a spicy plant, like most spices, so it has the ability to stimulate the digestive fire. Its main actions are to reduce Kapha and calm Vata, improves complexion, cleanses and purifies the body of accumulated debris and free radicals, and promotes circulation. In Ayurveda, this rhizome of fire is indicated mainly in the treatment of skin problems, itching, wound healing, in the elimination of worms and in diseases of the urinary system to which diabetes belongs. It is also very effective for restoring appetite, treating colds or rhinitis, and relieving pain and inflammation.

Turmeric is a very powerful anti-inflammatory that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. A cousin of ginger, this root is native to Southeast Asia and is also called "Indian saffron" because of its beautiful golden color. Curcuminoids, the active compounds in turmeric, have been extensively studied for their potential against disease and their benefits in prevention.

What I love about turmeric is that it is a truly healing food, it is easy to add to food and this is how I often incorporate it into my advice for my clients. You probably already know about turmeric, but do you really know how to use it in your daily diet? It's not always easy. Many studies have looked at the use of highly concentrated curcumin preparations in therapeutic doses, but as part of your daily diet, turmeric powder is already an easy way to enjoy its health-boosting benefits.

Turmeric is a remedy against inflammation

Inflammation is an underlying cause of many disorders such as diabetes, heart disease, or cancer. Inflammation also plays a role in cognitive decline. Turmeric's powerful anti-inflammatory properties provide a protective shield.

Turmeric is a good antioxidant

Turmeric boosts antioxidant capabilities and helps fight free radical damage. This is particularly good for the immune system, brain functions, and is also helpful in fighting cancer.

Turmeric stimulates he immune system.

The anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties of curcumin promote health.

Turmeric relieves joint pain

The anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin can help relieve joint pain. Studies have shown promising results in the ability of turmeric and curcumin to control pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis.

Purifying benefits of turmeric

Turmeric purifies the blood and brings translucency to your energies. Turmeric not only works on physiology but also has a huge impact on your energy system. Purifies the blood, the body and the mind. For external purification, it is applied in the form of a paste or with water, for a vibrant and glowing body.

Turmeric Antiphlegm Benefits

Those who suffer from cold related illnesses and find their nasal passages clogged every morning will greatly benefit from consuming neem, pepper, honey and turmeric. Or just mix some turmeric with honey etc...

skin benefits

It is applied in a paste, mixed with aloe vera gel or honey that can be kept for an hour, it has anti-blemish power.

Internally, turmeric is consumed as a seasoning, dried into a powder, or grated fresh. Its powers are multiplied when assembled with other plants, especially pepper and ginger. An excellent recipe for Masala (spice mix) is a combination of turmeric, pepper, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and cardamom.

There are also capsules from rhizome or extracts that are easier to take if your professional recommends it. Turmeric is a remedy for the body and a philosophy for the mind.

How to use turmeric in general

  • Add a teaspoon to your favorite green juice or smoothie for an antioxidant boost.
  • To make it easy to incorporate into everyday life, use turmeric in a salad dressing or sauce.
  • Prepare a turmeric ginger infusion: add ginger shavings to a cup of boiling water, plus a teaspoon of turmeric . Leave rest 10 minutes before drinking.
  • Add a teaspoon of turmeric when making a scrambled egg omelette.
  • Don't forget the turmeric in rice or quinoa dishes.
  • Add to vegetable purees, stews, stews...
  • Smoothies.
  • golden milk.
  • soups.
  • Rice.
  • Roasted vegetables.

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