We Know Turmeric Is Amazing, But HOW Do You Use It? – Practical Answers

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If you have followed GreenMedInfo.com in the past you know how amazing turmeric is. But how do you use it? Ayurvedic teacher Vaidya Mishra teaches about its practical applications — how to use turmeric. He emphasizes that traditionally you don’t just take “two teaspoons a day” in isolation, rather, you combine it with other balancing food factors in formulas (recipes) that help to activate and balance out all the proper properties in this powerful herb. Listen closely, as this man has a wealth of information to share!

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