faq

Frequentely asked questions

What are the benefits of turmeric?


Turmeric is widely used for its anti-inflammatory properties contained in curcumin, one of the main extracts present in the root. However, many people are unaware that turmeric has 15 other nutrients that bring additional benefits to our body, it can be used to improve liver, gallbladder, and digestive health. It helps relieve pain in the joints and has a dual antiviral and antibacterial function.




What is the difference between turmeric and curcumin?


The main difference between turmeric and curcumin lies in the fact that turmeric is the root, while curcumin is a single extract present in the root.




What is the recommended daily dose of Haldi ?


It is advisable to consume a teaspoon a day which is equivalent to 2,720 mg.




Can I take less than one spoon a day?


Yes, it is possible, however, a teaspoon is the recommended amount that allows you to take advantage of the anti-inflammatory and medicinal effects of turmeric. Indeed, if not consumed in the recommended doses, you may not notice the differences.




Why do you add black pepper and olive oil to turmeric?


The combination of turmeric and black pepper increases the bioavailability of curcumin by 2000%, while olive oil helps the gastric walls to better fulfill their ideal functions.




Does Turmeric have to be heated before consumption?


No, it's not necessary. However, it is possible to include Haldi turmeric paste in hot dishes.




In which percentage is curcumin present in haldi curcuma paste?


The percentage of curcumin varies by species. For example, the percentage of curcumin in aromatic turmeric, commonly used in cosmetics, is reduced compared to the percentage present in Curcuma longa, from which we produce our Haldi pasta. The percentage variation from 2.5 to 5% is observed according to the type of crop, the area, and the processing method.




Could the assumption of turmeric cause damage to the body level?


The combination of our Haldi paste and the intake of drugs does not cause side effects. However, anyone on prescription should consult their doctor before taking turmeric supplements. The anticoagulant effects resulting from the consumption of turmeric could lead to an alteration of the values ​​present in the blood of a patient with cardiovascular problems. Finally, being an organic and natural product, its consumption generates more benefits than drawbacks.