Turmeric is a root that is used as a medicinal herb as well as a medicinal food. Turmeric is known to help with inflammation as well as joint paint, muscle aches and soreness. Turmeric is also high in antioxidants.*
Take full dropper orally in tea/water.
You can also use the tincture as a gargle for a sore throat.*
Turmeric has been tagged with different names from different sources. It is controversial as some revealed that the name is from a Latin origin “Terra Merrita," which means "Meritorious Earth." Others argued that Turmeric derives its name from the early modern English “Turmeryte." In the Indian culture, they refer to it as “Haldi," a Hindu name. And the name “Harida” is given to “Curcuma Longa," the main property of Turmeric.
All plants or herbs have a unique history. The case of Turmeric is not an exemption. Turmeric’s history has been traced thousands of years back to Asia, a continent that majorly constitutes India, Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand, and China. This is the reason Turmeric roots and leaves are commonly used in Asian cuisines. In fact, after discovering its edibility, Indians have historically recorded its prominence in the production and consumption of Turmeric compared to other countries in the world.
During the 13th century, the vast benefits of Turmeric have been explored. This made the Arabian traders increase their commercial production intending to introduce it to Europe first. As Turmeric began to spread all over the world, herb researchers were able to experiment with its valuable medicinal properties. Recent researches and studies have confirmed Turmeric to be a remedy for heart diseases, cancer, inflammation, Alzheimer's, and many others.