Have you ever heard of black turmeric?
Black turmeric is not actually black, but a majestic aqua blue color. It has been used in India for centuries in cultural ceremonies and as an herbal remedy. In the West it is a less known herb. Black turmeric has a multitude of beneficial compounds.
Black Turmeric has been used for centuries in Ayruvedic practices
Kali Haldi, curcuma caesia, or black turmeric, is native to northeastern and central India, where it has been used for cultural ceremonies and as a medicine to treat conditions such as arthritis, asthma, and epilepsy. It is sold across markets in India and southeast Asia, but it is rarely sold in the west.
As of 2016, Black turmeric has been listed as an endangered species by the Indian Agricultural Department. Efforts are being made to protect and conserve Black turmeric in Odisha (formerly Orissa), on the central eastern coast, along the Bay of Bengal.
How is it taken?
Raw, powder, paste, or tincture
Traditionally, it was ground into a paste and mixed with water. Black turmeric rhizomes can be peeled and cut into chunks and blended together into a smoothie. Similarly to orange turmeric it can be dried into a powder form. Commonly it is also taken as a more potent, activated tincture.
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