The golden child of the spice world – and not just because of its colour. Part of the ginger family, turmeric has a distinct flavour resembling both ginger and pepper. Ayurvedic medicine considers turmeric a natural healing agent.
Helps neutralize free radicals and stimulates your body's own antioxidant enzymes (antioxidants)
Helps your body fight foreign invaders and helps to repair cell damage (anti-inflammatory compounds)
May reduce the growth of disease-causing bacteria (antibacterial)
Encourages the survival and growth of new neurons (brain-derived neurotrophic factor)
What goes in.
What's kept out.
Artificial colours, fillers and additives.
Did you know?
Did you know some commercial brands sneak unwelcome ingredients into their spices? Plant husks, cheaper seeds and other fillers are sometimes used to bulk up a spice, while industrial dyes and chromate may be added to amplify the colour.
Sourced in India and Guatemala.
Take your turmeric out of the kitchen and use it as a fabric dye, or an exfoliant in your skincare routine. Some even say turmeric is a remedy for snake bites; it’s been known to neutralise venom while waiting for medical attention.
At the heart of every healthy kitchen lies a selection of quality herbs and spices. It sounds simple, but it makes all the difference. Simply Organic is dedicated to ensuring their products are grown and processed in an ethical and sustainable manner, from the field all the way to your kitchen. How? It’s simple. They develop direct, honest and genuine relationships with growers and are committed to integrity in all their business practices. They also support numerous organic and sustainable farming communities through the Simply Organic Giving Fund. To date, millions have been donated worldwide. So, you have all that to think about while seasoning your salad!