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English Name :- Turmeric

Botanical Name :- Curcuma domestica


Parts - Used:- Rhizome

Habit :- Tall herb about 2-3 feet high with fleshy rhizomes of yellow-orange color inside.

Taste :- Slightly bitter

Chemical Constituents :- Rhizome Contains: Active curcumin compound, Essential oils- Termericoil and Terpenoids, A volatile oil: It contains curcumen (Terpene) Starch, Albuminoids; Curmene is helpful in dissolving the cholesterol.


Cold, Cough, Skin disease, Abdominal worms, Diabetes, Scabies, Leucoderma, Polyuria, Ulcer, Swellingsm Anaemia, Indigestion, Jaundice, Conjectivities, Blood purifier, Liver tonic, Promote complexion.

  • It helps promote healthy skin, removes skin diseases and promotes complexion.
  • It supports overall eye health.
  • It supports immune system.
  • It aids skeletal system and joint health.
  • It encourages the liver functions and cures anemia.
  • It regulates digestive system and kills intestinal worms.
  • It purifies blood and improves circulatory system.
  • It helps maintain normal cholesterol level and supports cardiovascular system.
  • It removes stress and regulates neurological system’s health.
  • It promotes a healthy female reproductive system.
  • It being anti-inflammatory relieves the pain caused by inflammation.
  • Hot milk mixed with turmeric powder is useful in cough and cold.
  • Its powder mixed with amla juice and honey is beneficial in curing leucoderma.
  • It is beneficial in curing fever when taken mixed with curd.
  • It is highly antiseptic and cures ulcers and removes the pain caused by swelling.
  • It is widely used in creams and face powders.
A word of caution

Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs provided on the site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. Every attempt has been made for accuracy but none is guaranteed. Many traditional uses and properties of this herb have not been validated by the FDA. If you have any serious health concern you should consult with your health care practitioner before self administering this herb.