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Turmeric is a spice that has been used in India for centuries. It has a strong, earthy flavor and is often used in curries and other savory dishes. Turmeric is also known for its bright yellow color, which can stain clothes and skin.

 

Despite its long history of use, there are still many misconceptions about turmeric. Here are 5 of the most common myths about this spice:

 

Myth 1: Turmeric stains skin

 

Turmeric can indeed stain your skin, but it is not permanent. The color will eventually fade with washing. If you're concerned about staining, you can wear gloves when handling turmeric. Luckily, our Turmeric Vitamin C Serum and Turmeric Clay Mask are proprietarily formulated to not stain the skin whatsoever! 

 

Myth 2: Turmeric helps you lose weight

 

Turmeric will not help you lose weight on its own. However, it may help to reduce inflammation, which can lead to weight gain.

 

Myth 3: Turmeric tastes bad

 

Turmeric has a strong, earthy flavor that some people find unpleasant. If you don't like the taste of turmeric, you can add other spices to mask the flavor.

 

Myth 4: Turmeric is bad for your health

 

Turmeric is safe for most people to consume. However, if you have a medical condition, check with your doctor before consuming turmeric supplements.

 

Myth 5: Turmeric is only good for curries

 

Turmeric can be used in a variety of dishes, both savory and sweet. Try adding it to roasted vegetables, smoothies, or even baked goods for a bit of extra flavor.

 

So there you have it! 5 common myths about turmeric debunked. Now go forth and enjoy this delicious spice!

 

Want us to answer or debunk any other myths? Let us know in the comments below!

1 Response

James Proko

James Proko

September 20, 2022

Normally take turmeric everyday

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