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Turmeric Extract Powder
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Turmeric Extract Powder

Cold Water Extract 95% Curcuminoids

from Ultimate Superfoods / Ojio
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Size: 2 oz
Item: 6820
Weight: 0.56 lbs
Points: 199
An integral part of Hindu medicine (Ayurvedic Herbs), Turmeric Powder is known for its antioxidant, immune support, and inflammation support properties.†

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Ojio Turmeric Extract Powder

  • AY-ayurvedic
  • HR-raw
  • HV-vegan
  • MA-additive-free
  • MG-gluten-free
  • OS-soy-free
  • QH-non-gmo

Derived from the root of the rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Turmeric Powder (Curmcuma longa) is traditionally used in South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Also an integral part of Hindu medicine (Ayurvedic Herbs), Turmeric Powder is known for its antioxidant, immune support, and inflammation support properties.†

Science confirms these traits in numerous studies referenced in an article from the Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine in 2003. The compound curcumin was shown to provide a significant healthy inflammation response in six human trials.

Turmeric Powder Benefits May

  • Improve cellular health†
  • Boost immune system†
  • Assist with the detoxification process†
  • Support kidney, gall bladder and other organ health†
  • Promote and maintain cardiovascular health†

Possible Uses for Turmeric Powder

  • Add to savory dishes to promote pH balance and alkalinity†
  • Boost immune health† - Add to capsules, tea, smoothies, juice, and more
  • Mix with coconut oil and cleanse scalp
  • Add to lotions or soothing oils to relieve sunburn†
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About Ayurveda

Ayurveda, which is native to modern day India, can be traced back thousands of years. Developed to help create balance within its adherents, Ayurveda includes the use of numerous herbs to help achieve this goal.

Originally, Ayurveda defined seven body types. These, referred to as doshas, are Vata, Pitta, Kapha, Sama, Vata-Kapha, Vata-Pitta, and Pitta-Kapha. The first three types occur in their pure form very rarely and so seldom is it that anyone is primarily influenced by one dosha alone. Most Ayurveda reference the following three doshas:

The vata dosha combines the elements ether and air. It is considered the most powerful dosha because it controls very basic body processes such as cell division, the heart, breathing, discharge of waste, and the mind. Vata can be aggravated by, for example, fear, grief, staying up late at night, eating dry fruit, or eating before the previous meal is digested. People with vata as their main dosha are thought to be especially susceptible to skin and neurological conditions, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, anxiety, and insomnia.

The pitta dosha represents the elements fire and water. Pitta controls hormones and the digestive system. A person with a pitta imbalance may experience negative emotions such as anger and may have physical symptoms such as heartburn within 2 or 3 hours of eating. Pitta is upset by, for example, eating spicy or sour food, fatigue, or spending too much time in the sun. People with a predominantly pitta constitution are thought to be susceptible to hypertension, heart disease, infectious diseases, and digestive conditions such as Crohn's disease.

The kapha dosha combines the elements water and earth. Kapha helps to maintain strength and immunity and to control growth. An imbalance of the kapha dosha may cause nausea immediately after eating. Kapha is aggravated by, for example, greed, sleeping during the daytime, eating too many sweet foods, eating after one is full, and eating and drinking foods and beverages with too much salt and water (especially in the springtime). Those with a predominant kapha dosha are thought to be vulnerable to diabetes, cancer, obesity, and respiratory illnesses such as asthma.

The key to maintaining physical and mental health is in keeping these elements and doshas in harmonic balance through proper diet, herbs and lifestyle to avoid early aging and various diseases. These three doshas can even be traced back to the very beginning of creation as representing the three Gods in Vedic wisdom Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma. One or more of these doshas or elements will predominate in every individual living entity creating seven possible body types. By knowing which type you are by symptoms, the proper diet and herbal treatment can be established for you.

  • Eliminating impurities. A process called panchakarma is intended to cleanse the body by eliminating ama. Ama is described as an undigested food that sticks to tissues, interferes with normal functioning of the body, and leads to disease. Panchakarma focuses on eliminating ama through the digestive tract and the respiratory system. Enemas, massage, medical oils administered in a nasal spray, and other methods may be used.

  • Reducing symptoms. The practitioner may suggest various options, including physical exercises, stretching, breathing exercises, meditation, massage, lying in the sun, and changing the diet. The patient may take certain herbs—often with honey, to make them easier to digest. Sometimes diets are restricted to certain foods. Very small amounts of metal and mineral preparations, such as gold or iron, also may be given.

  • Increasing resistance to disease. The practitioner may combine several herbs, proteins, minerals, and vitamins in tonics to improve digestion and increase appetite and immunity. These tonics are based on formulas from ancient texts.

  • Reducing worry and increasing harmony. Ayurvedic medicine emphasizes mental nurturing and spiritual healing. Practitioners may recommend avoiding situations that cause worry and using techniques that promote release of negative emotions.

  • Cold Water Extracted. It extracts and concentrates the medicinal properties of the herbs. Removing all the fibers and unnecessary parts to make the herb as pure as possible. Making just a little bit go a very long way, allowing ¼-1 teaspoon to be more than enough.

Supplement Facts - Ojio Turmeric Powder

Turmeric Extract PowderNet Wt. 2 oz (56g)
Serving Size: 1/2 teaspoon (about 750mg)
Servings per Container: 76

Ingredients: Turmeric extract (curcuma longa) root [standardized to 95% curcuminoids] 750mg* per serving

*Daily Value not established

Origin: India

Manufactured by Ultimate Superfoods

Suggested Use - Ojio Turmeric Powder

Ayurvedic practitioners generally recommend a combination of herbs, healthy foods, and mental rest and meditation as a regimen for energetic balance.

Suggested Use: Start with 1/8 teaspoon and work up to 1/2 teaspoon daily as tolerated. Consult physician before introducing Ayurvedic herbs into your diet.


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