Turmeric is a staple spice in India and has been a part of India’s culture since a very long time. There are many areas in which this spice finds great use, including cooking, textile industries, medicine and much more.
Here are different areas in which turmeric holds great importance:
Since ages, turmeric has been used to treat several ailments in India, including digestive problems, bruises, toothaches, inflammation, menstrual aches, chest pain and cold & cough. Even science recognizes the benefits of consuming turmeric on a regular basis.
Indian food cannot be called ‘Indian’ per se without a pinch of bright yellow turmeric powder. It not only works as a colouring agent but also gives a unique fragrance and taste to the food, making it more appealing.
Turmeric has a strong yellow colour and thus used as a substitute for chemical dyes in various textile industries. It is also an economical way of colouring the fabric.
Both, turmeric root and turmeric powder, are considered auspicious in Indian culture, and thus are used to worship gods on various occasions.
Anti-inflammatory properties of this spice are well known all around, especially when it comes to treating skin problems like allergies, scars or pimples. Hence it is used profusely in beauty treatments/products like face packs, whitening creams, lotions and much more.
Turmeric is a superfood and a wonder spice at the same time, and considering its great significance in the country, we have been growing this crop on a large scale on our agro-farms. It is a safe investment as there is a huge demand of turmeric in the market, and hence investing in turmeric farming with AGROCORP will get you great returns on your investment.
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