Turmeric is believed to have an antiseptic property in Ayurveda and herbs. The turmeric is grown all over in India, and it is also an under root plant. It does not attain a tall height. The turmeric oleoresin is obtained by mixing of dry ginger and raw turmeric roots, having major component curcumin necessary for oleoresin. A process used for the oleoresin is a solvent extraction process.
Curcumin, volatile oil
Turmeric has some medicinal property which makes it an agent fighting against cancer. It is the most healing and natural antiseptic oleoresin. Having, this property it is applied to cuts, sores, rashes and cures skin damage. Using it in food and recipes, it adds color and distinct aroma into the preparation. The cosmetics industry has great use of it in making of creams, massage creams and lotions.
|Botonical Name||Curcuma longa l|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Color & Odor||Dark yellow brown with spicy odor|
|Solubility||Soluble in oil, insoluble in water|
|Flash Point||170.00 Â° F|
|Extraction Method||Solvent Extraction|
|Name||Turmeric 35% Curcumin Oleoresins|