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Turmeric. Who is it, and what's it's business?

Updated: Oct 21, 2020

For over 4,500 years the three feet tall plant, producing both flower and rhizome has performed many miracles for both skin and our immune system. One of the most important parts of the Ayurvedic medicine, an ancient Indian system of natural healing that is still practiced today, happens to be none other than our beloved Turmeric. Some of the many known benefits of Turmeric are:

Anti-Inflammatory properties. The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits solves many skin conditions.

Fighting Acne. The natural antiseptic helps keep bacteria from spreading. It can also be used as a toner.

Reducing Dark Circles. Stimulating circulation, this can reduce puffiness and under eye darkness.

Reducing Stretch Marks. The antioxidative power penetrates and improve the function of membrane cells, preventing and treating stretch marks.

Soothe Dry Skin. The root hydrates and revitalizes skin.

Protection of Wrinkle Lines. Creams associated with Turmeric have the ability to prove lines, and spots.

Both cinnamon and turmeric are not only good for your food, but very safe and beneficial for your skin. Along with Turmeric, this spice has anti-fungal, antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties along with moisturizing the skin. Those two ingredients along with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E, one which contains antioxidants, enzymes, Vitamins A and C, and it is highly anti-inflammatory is a perfect match with the soothing feeling of Vitamin E.

This little root is more than a big deal.




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