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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 biocurmin.blogspo...

    Turmeric - goes often in curries :) biocurmin.blogspo...

    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. biocurmin.blogspo...

    Turmeric Trees, behind my old house's yard... biocurmin.blogspo...

    Turmeric plantations in 'Koynaadu', Kodagu biocurmin.blogspo...

    The recipe can be found here (and turmeric is SO good for you!). biocurmin.blogspo...

    Turmeric flower biocurmin.blogspo...

    From an Indian home kitchen, prepared painstakingly and traditionally by hand. Recipe that uses turmeric on The Well-Seasoned Cook biocurmin.blogspo...

    pot of turmeric biocurmin.blogspo...

    Raw turmeric roots biocurmin.blogspo...

    Turmeric powder and roots. Turmeric is one of nature's most powerful healers. biocurmin.blogspo...

    Whole dried turmeric, powdered turmeric and fresh turmeric. Turmeric is one of my favourite spices and is the one responsible for giving curries their wonderful yellow hue. In more recent years, turmeric has gained a lot of popularity from the healt biocurmin.blogspo...

    Curcumin is the active ingredient in the popular Indian spice Turmeric (a member of the ginger family). It has many health benefits... biocurmin.blogspo...

    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 biocurmin.blogspo...

    kapha poster

    Ayurveda: Vata dosha poster. (hard to read tho)