Author: Rajeev Sharma
Publisher: Manoj Publications
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788131007402
Besides flavouring food, to purify the blood and skin conditions remedy is probably the most common use of turmeric. Indians have known the magical medicinal properties of turmeric for ages. Ayurveda used it for the treatment of many inflammatory conditions and diseases like arthritis and muscular disorders. It was also used to tackle asthma, flatulence, colic and ringworm.
Medical research has recently shown that turmeric could halt the spreads of breast cancer to the lungs apart from improving the effectiveness of ongoing medication. It has been seen that turmeric has high dose of curcumin that is an antidote to breast cancer.
Turmeric in India is always considered a magical herb. Indian folklore had always said that turmeric helped reduce inflammation. It is used as a blood purifier, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, expectorant and skin tonic. It is used to treat measles, cough, sprains, and scabies.
Turmeric is also used in the production of sunscreens. In India, it is a common practice to smear turmeric paste on the outer skin of a bride, as it is believed to be a good cosmetic giving a glow to the skin and destroying bacteria.
In this book the subject is covered to its full. We try our best to cover every aspect of turmeric, its medicinal and industrial use along with home remedies.
Turmeric – Introduction
The Magic of Turmeric
How to select and store
Healing properties of Turmeric
Health Benefits of Turmeric
Turmeric as remedy
20 Health benefits of Turmeric
Turmeric – The herbal Medicine
Turmeric for skin care
How can you get the maximum benefits
Traditional uses of Turmeric
Curative properties of turmeric
Uses of Turmeric in Auspicious Occasions
Richness of Turmeric
Turmeric – The golden Goddess