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Ecoids Turmeric Infusion / Coconut Sugar 150 g
A balanced association! The aromas of turmeric (not to mention its benefits) are rounded by coconut sugar into an exotic flavor.
- Ideal for gourmands who want to take care of their health
- Certified Organic Fair Trade - Bio Partner
- Ingredients from organic farming
Description of Ecoids Turmeric Infusion / Coconut Sugar 150 g
Ecoides Turmeric Infusion / Coconut Sugar 150 g which comes straight from Indonesia, has the particularity of presenting a dual use , it is indeed usable both to make perfumed infusions and at the same time to enhance your culinary preparations and confectioners of all kinds.
The turmeric taste associated with coconut sugar gives a delicious and tasty mixture . The benefits of turmeric for health are now more to prove. A mixture to taste whatever the form without moderation.
Developed to be directly ready for use no matter how you use it.
Advice for use and dosage
In infusion : Simply mix this instant tea with hot or cold water (excellent with ice cubes). Dose according to the intensity of the desired flavor: a teaspoon for a light infusion, a tablespoon for a more full-bodied taste.
In seasoning : sprinkle on your culinary / pastry preparations.
Comment on the recommendations for use and dosage of EcoIDées Turmeric Infusion / Coconut Sugar 150 g with our partner Avis checked after your purchase.
Labeled ingredients :
Coconut flower sugar, Turmeric Epice - Moramanga
Precaution of use
Keep out of reach of children.
Introducing Turmeric Infusion Infusions / Coconut Sugar 150 g
Ecoidées is in the form of a 150 g sachet.
Our advice and expert advice in pharmacy
This spice is also called "saffron of India". Curcumin, a very powerful natural antioxidant contained in its yellow pigments, is responsible for its benefits. Recognized anti-inflammatory, turmeric contains a polyphenolic pigment that has many other virtues than coloring curries and other spicy dishes. This one, curcumin, is indeed at once hypocholesterolemic, hepatoprotective and antioxidant. The benefits of turmeric are evident in the treatment of digestive disorders as well as in the relief of painful crises due to inflammation of the digestive system. But turmeric has many other assets ...
- It helps to digest
- He fights peptic ulcer
- It fights acne
- He fights against depression
- It lowers the bad cholesterol
- It treats skin problems
- It promotes liver health
- It helps to focus
Although its antioxidant properties are legion, its main asset, curcumin, is poorly assimilated by the body. In addition, turmeric traditionally used in food contains only 2 to 3% curcumin. Low percentage + low absorption, what a pity! Fortunately, the presence of piperine (one of the major compounds of pepper) increases by 154% the absorption of curcumin. In your dishes, think to associate systematically pepper and turmeric. And plan an apple or grapefruit dessert: one of the components of these plants, quercetin, also promotes the proper absorption of curcumin. In food as elsewhere, the union is strength!