Turmeric - making your curries yellow is just the tip of the iceberg...

Golden Paste Company

1:02pm 18th April 2017
(Updated 5:52pm 18th April 2017)

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From treating depression in humans to getting baron hens laying again...is there anything turmeric isn't being attached to?!

For some it might just be a spice that jazzes up a curry a bit.  But for more and more people across the globe, turmeric is now being credited with assisting a variety of conditions and ailments.  Depression, arthritis, fatigue to name just three...and not just in humans.

The evidence is anecdotal at the moment, but with so many talking about its healing properties, the Golden Paste Company are keen to shout about what turmeric could you for you and your well being.

They even have a specialist in Australia who took the time to chat to Beth Parsons.

You can find out more about the Facebook group where Janine and Doug met here. 

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