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The tradition in the tribal villages in Orissa is to is to wash the little ones with Turmeric. Turmeric is widely used as a food coloring and gives Indian curry its distinctive flavor and yellow color. It is also used in mustard and to color butter http://biocurmin.blogspot.com/2013/03/tac-dung-cua-nghe-trong-dieu-tri-viem-hang-vi-da-day.html

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Turmeric - goes often in curries :) http://biocurmin.blogspot.com/2013/03/tac-dung-cua-nghe-trong-dieu-tri-viem-hang-vi-da-day.html

Turmeric comes from the rhizome of the plant, which is dug up, peeled, cleaned and then dried before being ground to a powder. This neatly shows the bright curcumin colour of the turmeric spice. http://biocurmin.blogspot.com/2013/03/tac-dung-cua-nghe-trong-dieu-tri-viem-hang-vi-da-day.html

The recipe can be found here (and turmeric is SO good for you!). http://biocurmin.blogspot.com/2013/03/tac-dung-cua-nghe-trong-dieu-tri-viem-hang-vi-da-day.html

Turmeric Trees, behind my old house's yard... http://biocurmin.blogspot.com/2013/03/tac-dung-cua-nghe-trong-dieu-tri-viem-hang-vi-da-day.html

From an Indian home kitchen, prepared painstakingly and traditionally by hand. Recipe that uses turmeric on The Well-Seasoned Cook http://biocurmin.blogspot.com/2013/03/tac-dung-cua-nghe-trong-dieu-tri-viem-hang-vi-da-day.html

I don't know about snake charmers but Land of Spices, definitely yes!! This is a SOOC In the pic: Aniseed flower over a bowl of Turmeric powder http://biocurmin.blogspot.com/2013/03/tac-dung-cua-nghe-trong-dieu-tri-viem-hang-vi-da-day.html