(Turmeric Root Powder, Ginger Powder & Black Pepper)
Turmeric offers many benefits to the human body; both internally and externally. Most known for naturally fighting pain and inflammation.
Why Black Pepper: A fine-grain black pepper has been added to this powder mixture to help the body absorb turmeric. Turmeric is one of those herbs/spices that need help to absorb in the human body. As such it increases the absorption by 2,000%. It inhibits certain digestive enzymes which enhance bioavailability in the body.
Ginger Powder: Ginger has been added to a turmeric powder mixture because it is another spice that is popular and is in the same rhizome family as turmeric. It is widely used as a spice and folk medicine.
1-2 teaspoons can be added into a smoothie, shake, tea, or water. Adding lemon, lime, or fresh/ frozen fruit or vegetables to your water, tea, smoothies, etc can add more health properties and a different taste profile.
Turmeric adds great color to dips, dressings, sauces, rubs, casseroles, soups, stews, or broths to enhance flavor.
Turmeric has been added to many dishes such as macaroni, pasta, potato, or vegetable salads. (Egg, tuna, or chicken salads). It has been used in making sauerkraut, pickled eggs, or pickled vegetables. Adding a teaspoon to your salads, eggs, omelets, snack mixes, fries, potatoes, deviled eggs, and more.
Quick Fun Fact: Ginger is a perennial plant that grows 3 to 4 feet tall and has an 8 to the 10-month growing season. It is usually suggested to be planted in the winter so that by next winter you will have roots. Ginger likes a warm climate.
As with various all-natural & medicinal herbs & plants, consistency is key. Healing takes time, does not happen overnight, & is affected by diet & exercise.
Turmeric Store Disclaimer:
"Statements made about the benefits of our products have not been approved by the FDA." Reference 697885
Our Turmeric Products are not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent, or treat any disease. Please check with your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medication, or before undergoing any diet changes.