UseIndians have known about the benefits of this spice for more than 5,000 years. Since ancient times, it has been used both as a spice and as a colouring and anti-inflammatory agent. Try it to add colour to desserts and creams or to prepare wellness dishes! Remember to combine it with black pepper whenever possible to activate the curcumin and enjoy all its properties!
Organic turmeric powder.
It may contain traces of: soy, sesame and celery.
Did you know...
Turmeric has long been considered an ungentlemanly spice and was nicknamed 'poor man's saffron' or 'saffron of the Indies' even though it is not related to saffron (it only shares the same colouring power).