I love being able to get turmeric with verified under 5% curcumin.
The best of all of this kind- organic and from India. The curcumin is known for its multiple health benefit for people of all ages.
What Our Customers Say
Wild brand Turmeric powder has an amazingly bright, pungent, tart taste that makes it super easy to tell that it's really fresh. It hasn't yet lost the brightness that the fresher turmeric powders have.
It's so cool that it's fair trade and single origin. Then the company that distributes it knows exactly where it came from and it isn't an amalgamation of different turmerics all dried and ground and mixed together. I'd gladly pay more to know that the farmer is getting a fair price for their product as well.
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Add a spoonful of Wild Turmeric to your drinks for an added boost of superfood nutrition!
Used as a cooking spice and a medicine in India for thousands of years, turmeric's curcuminoids may help reduce inflammation and boost immunity!
Wild Turmeric Powder FAQ's
Curcumin is the naturally occurring chemical compound found in the spice turmeric. Turmeric, is the root of a plant known as "Curcuma Longa" and that's probably where curcumin gets its name from. So, in short, turmeric is the root that contains curcumin.
It's mildly aromatic in scent and tastes slightly bitter. The taste is earthy, kind of like a gingery bitter.
It pairs nicely with many other spices, (and you gain even more health benefits from it when combined with black pepper). You can sprinkle turmeric powder into sautéed greens like kale, collards, and cabbage. Or try our delicious "Golden Milk" Wild Recipe. It's soothing and savory!
It is suggested that adults ingest about 1-3 grams from either fresh turmeric root or ground turmeric per day. If you're particularly looking for anti-inflammatory effects you need to get 500 to 1,000 milligrams of curcuminoids per day.
A good rule of thumb is that there are about 200 milligrams of curcumin in one teaspoon of ground turmeric.
As for turmeric for children, it's best to give them “culinary doses” by simply including some into your healthy recipes as you would any other herb or spice.
Turmeric may interfere with anti-coagulants and can affect medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Because of this it is suggested to use precaution in taking turmeric if on blood thinners or having surgery in the next two weeks.
If you are on any medications or have concerns, you should always consult your doctor.
That being said, any reports of serious side effects generally involve people taking massive doses of turmeric for extended periods of time. Turmeric is safe to use daily in recommended doses by most people.
Turmeric is a fantastic anti-inflammatory.
Some laboratory studies have shown turmeric to kill cancer cells and prevent more from growing.
Turmeric can add a glow to the skin, as well as, speed up wound healing, decrease acne, and control psoriasis flareups.
Turmeric and its active compound curcumin can help the liver detoxify.
Turmeric can be extremely healing for the brain and assists with increasing memory function.
Turmeric has been shown to lower blood glucose levels and reverse insulin resistance. This makes it beneficial for managing diabetes.
The curcumin in turmeric may help reduce growth of fat cells meaning it helps with obesity.