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        Turmeric Powder

        Turmeric contains Curcumin, a bioactive compound. It has powerful antioxidant & anti-inflammatory properties and helps in lowering the risk of cancer.

        Valley Spice Turmeric Powder
      • Red Chilli Powder - Hot and Bold

        Red Chilli Powder- Hot and Bold

        Red chilli contains Capsaicin, a bioactive compound. It helps in weight management and in maintaining a healthy heart.

        Valley Spice Mild and Bright Red Chilli Powder
      • Red Chilli Powder- Mild and Bright

        Red Chilli Powder- Mild and Bright

        Red chilli contains Capsaicin, a bioactive compound. It helps in weight management and in maintaining a healthy heart.

        Valley Spice Red Chilli Powder
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        Coriander Powder

        Coriander contains Linalool, a bioactive compound. It is known to reduce cholesterol and is an excellent diuretic.

        Valley Spice Dhania Powder
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        Cumin Powder

        Cumin contains Cuminaldehyde, a bioactive compound. It is an excellent digestive stimulant and also helps in maintaining blood sugar levels.

        Valley Spice Cumin Powder or Jeera Powder
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        Ginger Powder

        Ginger contains Gingerol, a bioactive compound. It helps in bringing relief from allergies, asthma & cold and also stimulates blood circulation.

        Valley Spice Haldi Powder 100g Bottle
      • Black Pepper Powder

        Black Pepper Powder

        Black pepper contains Piperine, a bioactive compound. It improves metabolic rate and enhances the bioavailability of therapeutic drugs.

        Valley Spice Black Pepper Powder
      • Garlic Powder

        Garlic Powder

        Garlic contains Allicin a bio-active compound. It helps in regulation of blood pressure and in prevention of cardiovascular diseases.

        Valley Spice Garlic Powder
      • Green Chilli Powder

        Green Chilli

        Green Chilli contains Capsaicin, a bio-active compound. It helps in weight management and to maintain a healthy heart

        Valley Spice Red Chilli Powder
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        Chai Masala - Nutmeg

        Nutmeg is commonly used in tea and called brain tonic. It helps in stimulating in nerves in the brain when consumed regularly.

        Chai Masala Nutmeg
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        Chai Masala - Lemongrass

        Lemongrass is used as a detoxicant which kick starts your metabolism and help you loose weight. It may relieve pain and boost immunity.

        Valley Spice Mild and Bright Red Chilli Powder
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        Chai Masala - Cardamom

        Cardamom is a detoxifying agent which helps remove impurities from blood stream. It is a mouth freshener and help in oral health.

        Chai Masala Cardamom
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        Chai Masala - Cinnamon

        Cinnamon popular for its sweet-and-spicy flavour, can act as a digestive aid and helps cure cough and cold.

        Chai Masala cinnamon
      • Chai Masala - Ginger

        Chai Masala - Ginger

        Ginger contains Gingerol, a bio-active compound. It helps relieve allergies, asthma & cold and stimulates blood circulation.

        Chai Masala Ginger
Turmeric Spice Benefits

Turmeric Spice Benefits - The Power of the Wonder Root

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Turmeric Spice Benefits - The Power of the Wonder Root

Spices have been the soul of our cuisine since time immemorial. Our forefathers were well versed with their benefits, both culinary and medicinal, much before it was understood by other parts of the world. Among all these amazing spices, turmeric or haldi stands tall. The medicinal benefits of this wonder spice are exemplary and of long standing. For thousands of years, Ayurveda has used turmeric as a ‘jadi-booti’ for treating many ailments. Modern science has also now shown that turmeric carries remarkable health benefits.

Listed below are a few medicinal benefits of this magical spice:

Turmeric contains the powerful antioxidant curcumin, which helps manage many diseases

A member of the ginger family, turmeric contains several compounds with medicinal properties, the most important being curcumin. It is a powerful antioxidant and has potent anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin helps us in managing diseases like depression, cancer, liver. It also helps in alleviating joint inflammation, heartburn, diarrhoea, to name a few.

Curcumin in turmeric also helps lower the incidence of Alzheimer’s in India

Studies attribute the low incidence of Alzheimer's in India to a higher intake of curcumin. An average helping of turmeric contains an average of 5-10% curcumin. Since we use turmeric in most of our cooking, we consume around 125 mg of curcumin in a day. Additionally, it is said that black pepper helps in enhancing the absorption of curcumin by the body and its bioactive properties get more enhanced in a gravy form like dal, which is a staple diet in most Indian homes.

Turmeric is beneficial for topical treatments

We use turmeric for topical treatments like skin inflammation, infected wounds, and ringworms.’Haldi ka Laip' put on wounds to help heal them quickly, is something most of us have definitely heard of, or experienced while growing up.

Turmeric is a natural antiseptic

Turmeric is a powerful antiseptic and an antibacterial agent. Most of us remember the goodness of a glass of warm milk mixed with turmeric. We have bittersweet memories of our moms forcing ‘haldi wala doodh’ down our throats whenever we got hurt or had a bad bout of a cough and cold.

This magical concoction has been adopted in a big way by the Western and European countries and is fashionably called ‘Turmeric Latte’ these days.

All the above points elucidate that turmeric is a wonder spice that has enriched our lives since ages. It does not only enhance the taste and add depth to our food. It also provides unbeatable health benefits.

Ideally, we should get all the nutrients and healing of turmeric from the food we eat. However, to imbibe all the benefits of this magical spice, it is essential that we make sure that the turmeric we are buying is pure and authentic.

Sadly, studies are showing that much of the spices we buy these days are not up to the mark as the raw materials used are of low quality and methods of processing are compromised.

As alert and health-conscious consumers, we must choose only the purest and the most authentic of spices. We must research extensively on the options available in the market before taking a decision.

Let the inherent goodness of turmeric take over but not just in enhancing the food we eat. Let it also reflect in our improved health and fitness levels.

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January 05, 2019