Turmeric Snuff


Strength: Shocking.

Color: orange brown.

Talc granulation.


All our jars contain 7 to 8 grams of snuff.


Turmeric is a medicinal plant traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine (medicine developed in India) for about six thousand years. It is indicated for problems such as colds, sinusitis, bacterial infections, mild depression, mood moderator, slightly sedative.

Curcuma Longa is a plant belonging to the species Zingiberaceae. It is popularly known as saffron of the land.

Properties of Turmeric

Turmeric contains a bioactive compound called curcumin, which is extracted from the rhizome of the plant, this compound is of great relevance to alternative medicine, acting as a natural medicine and herbalist.

Benefits of turmeric.

Studies show that turmeric would act in the prevention of cancers such as stomach, intestine, colon, skin and liver, this occurs both in the early stages of the tumor as well as in its progression. These effects appear to block certain processes necessary for cancer cells to survive.

Anti-inflammatory action of turmeric.

Turmeric exhibits potent anti-inflammatory activity due to its ability to inhibit signaling pathways in the body that would act in cascading events of potential factors in the development of disease. Preclinical studies show that the administration of curcumin can prevent the onset of diseases due to its anti-inflammatory action.

Curcumin, what is it?

Curcumin is the bioactive compound present in turmeric that acts on inflammation reducing the risk of disease by acting as a cofactor inhibiting the inflammatory cascade in the body.

Curcumin, whose health benefits have been shown to be very beneficial according to several studies known to date. As reported by the newspaper “Forbes”, a team of scientists from the University of California (UCLA), in the United States, has just discovered that the compound is a strong ally for preserving memory and improving mood in people with mild symptoms. to moderate depression. These changes were observed not only in the cognitive abilities of the participants, but also in their brain cells.

Against indications

People sensitive or allergic to curcumin, with bleeding disorders or taking medications that alter the clotting process should not use turmeric.

As it can also induce miscarriage, pregnant women should not use turmeric. Its use is also not suitable for breastfeeding women.

In addition to contraindications, it is important to be aware of drug interactions. Because it has anticoagulant activity, the use of turmeric together with anticoagulants, for example, may cause bleeding.

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