Turmeric is a key component of many dishes around the world and is valued as a crucial ingredient in many kitchens. Turmeric it has also built a strong reputation historically in the role of an anti-inflammatory. As such, it has been employed by herbalists around the world to treat a huge variety of inflammation-based illnesses in all parts of the body.
What you should know about Beeyoutiful and MoreThanAlive Turmeric: This is not like the Turmeric you may find on a spice rack in a supermarket! This is much fresher and therefore much more effective. You may notice the flavor is more rich and robust than turmeric you've used in the past.
Uses: Turmeric is one of our favorite spices and we keep it handy in the kitchen. Like many other bulk herbs, we add it to many dishes (salads, meat dishes, soups, stews, etc.) in small amounts for added flavor, nutrition, and fiber. Turmeric can be used to benefit men, women (including before, during or after pregnancy, and nursing) and children. It can be used as often as you would like.
Storage: It should be kept in an airtight container and stored in a dark, dry, and cool place.
Favorite Turmeric Recipe
We use this recipe often with our Beeyoutiful and MoreThanAlive families, particularly when dealing with coughs and colds.
Liquid Gold Coconut Milk
1 can of Coconut Milk
1 1/2 cups of water
1 tsp Turmeric
1 tsp Cinnamon
2 tsp raw honey or maple syrup (Can substitute with Stevia if needed)
Tiniest pinch of cayenne pepper (generally omitted for kids but included in the adult version!)
Add all ingredients to a small saucepan. Use an immersion blender to thoroughly mix all ingredients together while it gently warms on medium heat (or blend at high speed in a regular blender before heating in a pan). Serve and drink immediately.
Caution: Culinary Uses for Turmeric is considered safe for pregnancy and nursing, but should not be used as a supplement during pregnancy or nursing. Also those using blood thinners, acid reducers or diabetic medications should consult their physician prior to use turmeric for supplementation as it may interfere with these medications.
I put these in capsules along with black pepper. (4:1 ratio). I started taking them for a suspicious mole (now gone!), but I want to continue taking them for overall inflammation. I am so glad to know that what I but is actually turmeric, no fillers!
I have taken Turmeric for years for inflammation and brush my teeth some with a mixture it and coconut oil. Started buying from Beeyoutiful as the price is right and I know they are providing with us a quality product.
This is some of the brightest most aromatic Turmeric Powder that we have come across. Since it is one of the most powerful herbs out there, we have been trying to implement it into our diet quite a bit more. Our favorite it eating it in scrambled eggs!
I take turmeric for pain. I take about a heaping teaspoon in mornings. It seems also to make my brain function better. I am one year and 2 months into a 4th stage of lung cancer. The doctor has been astounded by the results of my tests. Medicine wasn't supposed to reduce the cancer just keep it from growing. Prayer and Herbs are the best cancer treatments.
I bought some turmeric back in 2015 and had it in a drawer. Will it still be good?
Question by: Kim on Jan 16, 2017 7:47:00 PM
Hello, When stored in ideal conditions, cool dark place dried root herbs are typically good for 2 years. After that some of the potency and flavor begin to fade so it won't have the same level of benefit as it would when during it's best use by timeframe.
Hope this helps!
Answer by: Stephanie Tallent (Admin) on Jan 18, 2017 10:48:00 PM