Turmeric is the name of a plant that produces turmeric spice. It is the most vital spice in curry. It is widely used to flavour the curry. On top of it, it has the most potent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and medicinal properties that have the ability to heal inflammation. It has been brightening up the pantries of Indian homes since ancient times. In India, turmeric has been used for ages as a spice and medicinal herb. Inflammation could be troublesome as the body needs to fight foreign invaders and protect the body tissues. Inflammation can become chronic if you don’t pay heed to your body and ultimately kill the healthy tissues in your body.
Turmeric has a robust substance called ‘curcumin’ that has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that can help repair any damage in the body. The element also has some potential to ease depression. Our ancestors still swear by having a glass of milk in the night to keep the immunity strong. You can also sip on turmeric tea if you are under the weather.
Mix turmeric with milk and apply it on your face to get a glowing and radiant skin. Some people also use it to the skin for bruises, wounds, skin rashes, soreness and mouth infections. It possesses unlimited benefits that we have been discovering for long.