How to Make:
It is recommended to take 1 teaspoon 2-3 times a day (mixed in tea, drinks, food, etc.) for maximum benefit potential. The powder can be used in smoothies, turmeric tea, miso soup (or other vegetable soups), or added to any recipe for a little nutrition boost, such as salt and spice blends, sauces, salad dressings, cookies, muffins, breads, and anything else you can think of!
- Black turmeric strain is one of the hardest types of turmeric to grow and very uncommon
- In its country of origin, Thailand, black turmeric is called Krachai Dam, and is used as a 'panacea', which is an all-purpose cure medicine
- It is also called 'black ginger' in Japan
- It is called black turmeric despite the end of the root is a deep, dark purple color
- It is rich in polyphenols, anthocyanins, selenium, amino acids, and curcumin
- With much effort, some farmers grow black turmeric in Okinawa under organic, controlled conditions so they can sell this healthy turmeric in the country to teach people about the great benefits this turmeric can give