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Turmeric Powder – 100g

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$7.47 / 100g (equivalent to $2.69 for a ‘standard’ 36g pack)


Used in cooking for its beautiful, rich yellow colour and peppery, warm, slightly bitter flavour – one of the main spices used in curries. Contains manganese, iron, copper and potassium. No fillers, additives or preservatives and not irradiated*. 

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* Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Egg Free, Grain Free, Vegan

Our story… why we source and supply organic Turmeric powder

Turmeric has been used in Ayurveda medicine for thousands of years and now the science is starting to show why. One of the main areas of research is that turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties due to its curcumin contain.  Cyndi uses turmeric extensively in her cooking and our Turmeric Powder is organic, contains no fillers, additives or preservatives and has not been irradiated*.

Turmeric comes from the plant Curcuma longa which is a member of Zingiberaceae family.  Ginger is also a member of this family.  Our organic turmeric powder has been organically grown in Sri Lanka.  The root is harvested, dried and ground in to a powder.  Fresh grounded and immediately packed to maintain the oils.  Nothing is added or extracted.  There are no fillers, additives or preservatives.   The powder is not irradiated at any stage.

*Irradiation is a process that uses radiation to kill bacteria and extend the shelf life of food. Radiation doses vary for different food stuffs, however the dose limit for spices is usually higher because they are consumed in very small quantities. Irradiated cat food has been banned in Australia since 2009.

Turmeric has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, for liver problems and digestive issues to name just a few.  Research is currently looking in to many of these claims; Pubmed has over 1500 articles related to Turmeric.  The main compound in Turmeric that is being tested is curcumin.  Curcumin supplements are now becoming available; these may not always be extracted from Turmeric.  The curcumin tablets are retailed to reduce inflammation.  Long term inflammation is linked to many life style diseases.  Natural turmeric powder not only contains curcumin, there are many other minerals such as manganese, iron, copper and potassium. 

Including turmeric in your diet adds colour and flavour.  Turmeric gives food a beautiful rich yellow colour.  It is one of the main spices used in curries.  Turmeric has a peppery, warm, and slightly bitter flavour.  It is best to consume turmeric with black pepper and fat has they both help with the absorption of the compound curcumin.   Turmeric is a versatile spice and can be used to make curries, casseroles, sprinkled on roasted vegetables, used to make a spice rub, added to rice and soups.  Turmeric can also be used to make a tea or broth drink.  This wonderful spice can even be added to sweet dishes.

Greenmedinfo has complied many of the research papers on Turmeric to view visit


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Changing Habits Turmeric Powder can be used in curries, casseroles, sprinkled on roasted vegetables, used to make a spice rub and added to rice and soups. Turmeric can also be used to make a tea or broth drink. This wonderful spice can even be added to sweet dishes.

Having Turmeric with black pepper helps to increase the bioavailability, the piperine in pepper is said to help make the curcumin in turmeric more bioavailable.

Curcumin is a fat soluble compound so it is important to ensure it is consumed with fat.

Serving suggestion: We are often asked how to use turmeric and how much to eat on a daily basis. The usual amount to use is ½-1 tsp of turmeric powder, depending on the recipe. As an example, our nutritionists might have a teaspoon of turmeric in golden milk, the next day a teaspoon in a morning broth and the next day in a slow cooked curry and the following day, sprinkled over eggs.

Turmeric powder is very safe to consume but side effects can occur when very high quantities are consumed over a long duration of time continuously – and can be from supplements which have been manipulated by technology with the turmeric no longer in its natural form. Typical side effects vary from person to person, but some people may experience some digestive issues, ulcers, stomach upset or diarrhoea.

100% organic Turmeric Powder

Curcumin is a natural compound which has anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation is linked with many modern diseases. Having a healthy diet that does not contain inflammatory foods can help to avoid inflammation in the body.

Curcumin also contains antioxidants that can help to neutralise free radicals in the body. There have also been studies it research the effects curcumin has on boosting the body’s own antioxidants.

Turmeric also contains:


  • Manganese – needed for growth and required in digestion
  • Iron – required for normal cellular function
  • Copper – the body needs copper to help the body use iron
  • Potassium – an essential nutrient for fluid and electrolyte balance.

4 reviews for Turmeric Powder – 100g

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I am obsessed with all things/meals having turmeric, I sprinkle it on my eggs for breakfast, cook chicken breast in it and add to a cup of bone broth. I also found out through the CH blog to add pepper to activate the anti-inflammatory benefits x200%. Thank you CH for stocking this product.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Debbie (verified owner)

    I adore the turmeric. It is a beautiful colour and has a gorgeous smell. I love that it has not been irradiated as is the usual case with anything coming from overseas. My husband loves drinking turmeric tea. I sprinkle it on meat and it tastes delicious.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Erin (verified owner)

    I am so happy with this tumeric powder, the aroma is amazing and it is great quality.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Vicki Trewella (verified owner)

    Love it! It smells soooo real and natural! Beautiful Colour… so Rich!

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