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A member of the Zingiberaceae family, turmeric is indigenous to Southeastern and Eastern Asia. It has been a staple in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine for centuries - reports of its use can be traced back to 600 BC. Today, you'll find turmeric mostly cultivated in India and as a standout ingredient in kitchens and apothecaries worldwide.

This warm, earthy, deep yellow spice has been the gold standard for natural wellness for thousands of years. As a powerful antioxidant with the active ingredient curcumin, turmeric may help support immunity and overall health and wellness.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA….this is not meant to diagnose, cure or treat…research and use responsibly.

Turmeric Root Powder 2.47oz

  • Heat a saucepan over medium-high heat. Bring all of the ingredients except coconut oil/ghee and sweetener to a simmer.

    Stir well and lower the heat to a low or low-medium (you want it to simmer but not boil). Cover with the lid ajar and allow the milk to simmer for 5 minutes, depending on how strong you want the flavor of the spices (up to 10 minutes).

    Turn off the heat and strain into your cup. Stir in coconut oil/ghee (if using) as well as your sweetener. Delight in the warmth and

  • Ingredients

    1/2 cup water

    1 cup milk

    1/2 tsp turmeric powder

    1 green cardamom slightly cracked open

    1 clove

    1- inch piece cinnamon stick

    3 black peppercorns

    1 small star anise optional

    1/2 tsp vanilla extract or 1/4 vanilla bean (scraped) optional -

    1 thin slice fresh ginger optional

    1/4 tsp cultured butter

    1 tsp honey

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