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1 The yellow spice on Wed Jun 29, 2011 12:43 pm


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What do you know about turmeric? Ask this question to an Indian and you will be flooded with answers. Its significance and uses are obvious to almost all Indians.It was a medicine applied on the wounds, when s/he was hurt in a bee attack. The presence of these straight cylindrical yellow pieces was ensured by the elder members of the family, when they arranged everything for his/her marriage rituals. Finally, the turmeric powder was always there in the the kitchen cupboards and a pinch of it added(and will continue to add) colour and flavour to the curries of Indian households.

Thus turmeric has become part of our day-to-day life in many ways. It symbolised prosperity and fertility, was present in all auspicious occasions, and had been a part of our cookery since ages. But when it comes to Westerners, the interesting aspect of turmeric is nothing but its medicinal quality.

The Indian traditional system of medicine, Ayurveda, had already recognised the spice's therapeutic quality and made it a part of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . Not only the turmeric, but also its variety, Kasturi turmeric is used in skincare medicines and cosmetics and they are proved to be good for complexion.

It has been used as a powerful antiseptic which will heal external wounds and as a spice which can cure indigestion. Scientists and researchers are now on an attempt to explore the possibilities of turmeric as a medicine to prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

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