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What Turmeric herb Is:

It's yellow—so yellow that stains from ground turmeric are almost impossible to remove. It's also tasty—so tasty that you're not likely to forget your first turmeric-tinged curry dish. Even that mustard in your refrigerator would be somewhat less golden and tasty without this herb. A kin of cardamom, ginger, and zedoary , turmeric—its wide, foot-long, lilylike leaves and yellow to yellowish white flowers— is native to India, Bangladesh, China, and Java and has been introduced to Latin America and other tropical lands. But its medicinal and culinary value is in the root—or, to be technically correct, the rhizome (the belowground part of the stem), which is dried and ground into the spice.

A member of the ginger family, turmeric is a commonly used curry spice. It has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, carminative and cholesterol-lowering effects. It is also beneficial for the digestive system.

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Turmeric is used to treat and prevent cardiovascular disease and cancer. It may also be useful in inflammatory conditions.

 

 

 
 
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