Avoid Fake Turmeric: How to Make Your Own Turmeric Powder



In this video, you will learn how to make turmeric powder at home from fresh turmeric root.

You certainly have heard about turmeric, right?

If you still don't know its benefits, watch the video being suggested on this card to learn more about this powerful root.

Turmeric is a famous seasoning, thanks to its orange color that makes any dish look and taste better.

Turmeric gets its characteristic color from curcumin, a compound that acts as a natural anti-inflammatory and analgesic.

Just so you have an idea of how powerful curcumin is, it regulates the inflammatory disorders in tissues, destroys harmful pathogens, and creates a protective barrier against infectious agents.

Curcumin can lower cholesterol levels, alleviate stomachaches, and prevent hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, and thyroid cancer. It also increases brain activity and improves constipation.

Today, there are more than 2,000 published studies about the benefits of this plant on cancer treatment and prevention.

Most recipes use it as a powder. But did you know that many times, the turmeric powder you use is fake?

To avoid this, let's learn how to make our own turmeric powder at home.

With this recipe, you will save a lot of money and avoid buying fake turmeric powder. Amazingly easy to do, isn't it?

0:00 Introduction
0:27 Turmeric benefits
1:16 How to make turmeric powder at home

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