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Grow Your Own Unlimited Supply Of This Spice (It’s Wicked Easy To Do!)
If you had to pick just one spice to consume forever, which would it be? Garlic is a great one, true, and so is ginger, but we would have to pick turmeric. One of the healthiest spices in the world, this root spice has more than 600 preventative health benefits and those are only the ones we know about! Turmeric has antiseptic and antibacterial compounds that make this spice great for everyday use but its use as an anti-inflammatory that this spice really shines. Many studies have shown that this spice is every bit as powerful as an anti-inflammatory as ibuprofen.
Do you want to stop searching for, and paying for, turmeric at your local stores? Are you tired of paying high prices for organic, name brand turmeric but then you think about how good it is for you, you go ahead and suck it up and pay the piper?
Want to have all the fresh, organic turmeric you can use? So much so that you can give some to your family and friends? We are going to tell you exactly how you can do that. It is MUCH easier than you might think!
Turmeric is actually grown from rhizomes. If you are a gardener, then you know what we are talking about. If you aren’t, think of rhizomes as a long finger. Imagine that you could cut off a finger, or even half of a finger, and stick it in the dirt so that it grows a new plant and you get an idea about how rhizomes work.
Now the trick is to find a nice, fresh piece of turmeric. The bigger the rhizome, the better your chances of having one of your pieces take root. If you aren’t sure how fresh the turmeric root is that you buy from your local store, you can always buy a few large pieces online.
Take your large piece of turmeric and break it into two or three pieces. Get a large pot, or two, and fill it with rich, organic soil. The soil should be moist, but not soggy. Put your rhizomes about 2 inches below the surface with the buds facing the sky. Cover well but don’t press down too hard. Now water your buds.
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