AKA ‘Indian Black Ginger, Black Zedoary, Narkachur, Siyah Haldi, Kali Haldi’
Black Turmeric, or Kali Haldi - the rarest varietal of turmeric, and it’s rhizome is vivid bluish-black in color. It has pungent, camphor- like aroma with mildly spicy and bitter undertones. It is packed with potent bioactive compounds and is known for containing the highest concentration of curcumin of any turmeric species.
Mix 1 teaspoon Black turmeric powder can be mixed with water, lemon and ginger to balance its bitter nature. Also can be added to with juice, smoothies, or make golden milk latte and consumed. It can be also applied as a paste to the skin.
Black Turmeric is a powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. It has long been prized as a powerful and versatile superfood for its Immune System support.
It also possess anti-fungal properties and may help in fighting inflammation in the
body, as well as keep infections away.