turmeric is just the latest in a long line of “brain foods.”
turmeric is a household spice in South Asia and a common ingredient in many curries.
This is exciting because it seems that this turmeric compound can enhance the characteristics of NSCs.
Snoring—Take a cup of warm milk and mix in a tsp of turmeric powder.
turmeric could have important abilities in healing and preventing brain damage—or this could be an aberrant finding.
Its solution neither changes the colour of litmus nor of turmeric.
The two now have their hands and feet anointed with turmeric, and are bathed.
The maternal uncle puts round her neck a bondhu (strings of unbleached cotton) dipped in turmeric.
The bricks are smeared with turmeric paste, and painted with red dots.
The odour of bark is imitated by a solution of turmeric in potash, and by chloride of iron.
pungent powder made from the root of an East Indian plant, 1530s, from Middle English turmeryte (early 15c.), of uncertain origin, perhaps from Middle French terremérite "saffron," from Medieval Latin terra merita, literally "worthy earth," though the reason why it would be called this is obscure.