turmeric root


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Noun1.Turmeric root - perennial herb of northeastern United States having a thick knotted yellow rootstock and large rounded leavesturmeric root - perennial herb of northeastern United States having a thick knotted yellow rootstock and large rounded leaves
genus Hydrastis, Hydrastis - small genus of perennial herbs having rhizomes and palmate leaves and small solitary flowers; of northeastern United States and Japan
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
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Featuring nourishing whole foods supplied by MegaFood's organic farm partners, including organic turmeric root, organic cranberry and organic ginger, each new MegaFlora product also features a unique blend of prebiotic foods to support colonization and health of existing microflora.
Certified Organic Turmeric Root from Kauai Organic Farms also promotes a healthy colon in both men and women.
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turmeric ROOt Wonderful anti-inflammatory spice, helpful for digestion and flatulence, very supportive to the liver.
On stage, chefs were given mystery baskets containing whole, fresh squid (which had to be cleaned), fresh lemongrass, turmeric root and Marcona almonds (native to Spain), with which they had 30 minutes to create a dish to serve the judges.
5cm piece of fresh turmeric root, finely grated or 11/2tsp ground turmeric 1tsp shrimp paste 4tbsp fish sauce 1tsp salt 1tbsp vegetable oil METHOD TO MAKE the curry paste, lightly crush the cardamom pods and split them open.
The research team tested ten known protective chemical nutrients found in foods like broccoli, grapes, apples, tofu, and turmeric root (a spice used in Indian curry) before settling upon six - Curcumin known as turmeric, Isoflavone from soybeans, Indo-3-Carbinol from cruciferous plants, C-phycocyanin from spirulina, Reservatrol from grapes, and Quercetin, a flavonoid present in fruits, vegetables, and tea.
The research team tested ten known protective chemical nutrients found in foods like broccoli, grapes, apples, tofu, and turmeric root (a spice used in Indian curry) before settling upon six - Curcumin known as tumeric, Isoflavone from soybeans, Indo-3-Carbinol from cruciferous plants, C-phycocyanin from spirulina, Reservatrol from grapes, and Quercetin, a flavonoid present in fruits, vegetables, and tea.
SabiWhite, a color-free natural extract derived from turmeric root, is said to boost luminosity as well as lighten skin.