Turmeric Finger

Turmeric Finger

80.00 - 100.00 INR

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Turmeric Finger Price And Quantity

  • 80.00 - 100.00 INR
  • 500 Kilograms

Turmeric Finger Product Specifications

  • Turmeric Finger

Turmeric Finger Trade Information

  • 1000 Kilograms Per Day
  • 2 Days
  • All India

Product Description

Turmeric Finger

Our organization is one of the reputed exporters of Turmeric fingers that are known by clients across the world for their quality and purity. Procured from trusted vendors of the market, our dried Turmeric Fingers has immense medicinal properties and are widely used as an antiseptic to heal wounds in a faster and quicker way. Apart from use in various cuisines, these Turmeric Fingers are also used to prepare creams and cosmetics. With quality packaging, our Turmeric Fingers can be availed by customers at reasonable rates.

Frequently Asked Questions 

1. What function does a turmeric finger serve?

Ans - The most pure form of turmeric is utilized in the production of foods, medications, and dyes. The farmers who raise the crop naturally and organically are the source of the product. In Erode, turmeric is commonly grown. The fingers of turmeric are used to make turmeric powder.

2.  What pH does turmeric have?

Ans - The pH of turmeric powder was 5.90, with a total acidity of 2.34%, an antioxidant activity of 70.9 ppm, and a total phenol content of 3.47%. In comparison to turmeric powder, which has a total acidity of 2.34%, acidified turmeric has a pH of 3.70, 6.41% total acidity, 81.2 ppm antioxidant activity, and 3.35% total phenols.

3. What is the most typical way to consume turmeric?

Ans - Curry powder contains a lot of the popular spice turmeric. Turmeric contains a significant amount of curcumin, and curcuminoids are typically responsible for turmeric's effects (curcumin and closely related substances). 

4. What dosage of turmeric is most easily absorbed?

Ans - Turmeric is better absorbed when taken with food, as was already explained. The greatest foods to pair with turmeric are fatty ones like eggs and vegetable oils (like coconut or olive oil). This is due to the presence of a substance called lecithin. Lecithin aids in the body's absorption of turmeric. 

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