Known as the Queen of Spices for centuries, is now emerging as a breakout star according to food trends today. This bright golden coloured spice, is one thing people are clamoring about to add a dash or pinch to our recipes. World over experts are whipping up concoctions, with this magical spice as a hero. Surely with its abundant anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and many other medicinal properties, it’s taken the herbal world by storm. The turmeric paste popularly known as the “GOLDEN PASTE” is a versatile recipe and can be used generously in many ways.


Turmeric                      : 1/2 Cup

Water                           : 1 Cup Water

Ground Black Pepper   : 1 ½ Teaspoons (for better absorption)

Coconut oil/Olive Oil     : 70 Ml (adding fat also increases its absorption)

How to whip it up?

  • Add turmeric to water
  • Heat it gently, keep stirring it.
  • Do it till you get a thick paste.
  • It will take 6-10 min to get this done.
  • In the end add oil of your choice.
  • Keep it in a jar and refrigerate it.
  • Consume it within 1 to 2 weeks.

How Can We Use It?

With Milk:  The famous golden milk is one of the most loved ways to make turmeric a part of your diet. Just add a teaspoon in your glass of milk and enjoy, the oh so healthy! Golden milk.

With smoothies: Add a dash of health to your delicious tasting smoothies, by adding a spoonful in them. You will love the colour and the earthy flavor. I was initially hesitant but now that I have tried it, it’s a regular feature in the smoothies I whip.

With Curries: Curries are not only a regular feature of our cuisine, but the world has caught the curry fever. Turmeric popularly known as the curry spice is hence loved in the form of golden paste. It not only adds vibrant hues to the food, or makes it aromatic but also adds a dash of health to the pot of delicious curry.

With Honey: Golden paste with honey is an instant immunity booster and is great for our overall health. All you have to do is take one teaspoon of golden paste mix with half teaspoon of honey and voila! Your teaspoon of health is ready.

With Salads :With the world turning health conscious, we just love our greens, but give it a flavorful twist by adding half teaspoon of golden paste to your crunchy bowl of salad and it will elevate its health quotient many more notches.

With Rice: Love eating rice, I certainly do. Make it healthy, vibrant and yummy with dash of golden paste. The kids too won’t say no and you can have it without guilt pangs.

These are just few ways to have it; you can give it your own twist and style it the way you want. Stay happy and stay healthy.

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Clinical Trial & Our Product

Since health care & medicine is an industry, formulations are controlled through intellectual property rights denying easy access to common people and maintaining the buoyancy for the interest holders. Formula’s can be patented and that covers business interests that drive innovations these days.

So instead of conducting trials on the raw root, almost all companies promote clinically tested formulations of extracts to make it appear better then how the phytochemical was in its original state. Its like extracting an important organ from the body and then putting it on support system, expecting it to perform better in insolation then how it could perform when in it was in its natural form. The truth is, that the best way to consume a plant based medicine is in its raw form. Curcumin is one of the active ingredients in the root Curcuma Longa.

Since its more important to know what your food ate then what you ate, its important to know that the supplements you are using based on curcumin has curcumin from a gene modified variety of curcuma longa which suffers from an imbalance of every other mineral. You see a plant also behaves how a human body behaves when it is injected with steroids to gain muscle mass for body building purpose. The plants have higher levels of curcumin but all other secondary minerals found along curcumin in the plant get compromised as the plant can not feed all nutritions equally when it is designed to feed most of its nutrition towards developing higher levels of curcumin. It has severe side effects on the health of the plant and apparently on the people consuming such plants or extracts coming from these plants. However marketing and promotions have evolved to divert attention very wisely.

An extract of any herb can never be stored in its original state and hence needs base agents, preservatives which hardly leave it how it must be. We believe that access to medicine and healthcare is a basic right of every human and animal living on planet earth. Hence we do not first extract and then add preservatives or agents like pepperine to make the extract bio-available. This is the reason we never patent any of our products. We instead hand process the whole root we cultivate in our farms and share it with the people under different brand names for different health conditions based on the concentration of minerals present at testing. You can also buy the seed from us and cultivate it but it will certainly not be as potent as you get from us.

How potent is the active ingredient in the plant depends on the quality of seed, soil, water and environment. Our products work far better then most of the curcumin based supplements globally being used for Therapeutic benefits.

We do not intend to formulate or patent our products. So instead of choosing a supplement with an extract, choose wisely and go for the best and not the Cheapest.

All our products are cultivated, harvested, hand processed and distributed directly from our own farms to ensure that people who depend on our products for their acute and chronic problems get consistent supply of highest quality, ultra premium, medicinal grade, Non-GMO, Indigenous, Naturally enriched with curcumin, Wild Strand curcuma longa powder for therapeutic benefits. We cultivate this in the middle of a national park which happens to be the best breeding ground for Bengal tigers in India called Bandhavgarh.