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WAIGAON TURMERIC / वॉईगाव हळदी

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Nutritionally rich, dietary supplement, improves immunity, cure for skin diseases, arthritis, & antibiotic

Recommended for cooking spices, haldi dodh & turmeric latte

WAIGAON TURMERIC / वॉईगाव हळदी
WAIGAON TURMERIC / वॉईगाव हळदी
WAIGAON TURMERIC / वॉईगाव हळदी
WAIGAON TURMERIC / वॉईगाव हळदी
WAIGAON TURMERIC / वॉईगाव हळदी

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Description

Waigaon Turmeric has a long history since the Mughal period. It is being cultivated in the Wardha district of Maharashtra since generations. According to certain government records, Waigaon Turmeric cultivation was allotted to the "Mali" community.

Waigaon Turmeric grows in black soil which has good water retention capacities. It is
also alkaline in nature having pH of more than 8 and it contains high organic carbon. These factors make Waigaon Turmeric a very nutritionally rich spice.

Due to its curcumin content (more than 6%), Waigaon Turmeric is useful for dietary supplementation during cancer treatments.

It also works as a strong antiviral agent against different viruses and thus, is a very good immune support for cold and cough and other viral fevers.

Other uses of Waigaon Turmeric include treatment of Arthritis, cure for skin diseases like eczema and as an external antibiotic to prevent infections in wounds.

Health Benefits

Good Curcumin Content
Contains Cancer Prevention Compounds
Antiviral and Antibacterial Properties
Therapeutic for Athritis
Anti-Inflammatory

Aroma

Properties - Geography

Size

8

Colour

Recommended Usage

COOKING SPICE
HALDI-DOODH
TURMERIC LATTE

Commonly Known As

English: WAIGAON TURMERIC
Hindi: वैगाँव हल्दी
Marathi: वॉईगाव हळदी
Gujarati: વાયગાંવ હળદર
Tamil: மஞ்சள்
Telugu: పసుపు
Malayalam: മഞ്ഞൾ
Kannada: ಅರಿಶಿನ
Punjabi: ਵੈਗਾਓਂ ਹਲਦੀ
Bengali: হলুদ

History

Waigaon Turmeric has a long history since the Mughal period. It has been cultivated in the Wardha region of Maharashtra since generations.

According to certain government records, Waigaon Turmeric cultivation was allotted to the ""Mali"" community.