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Turmeric Roots

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Turmeric is a perennial plant and is in the same family as ginger. Turmeric grows rhizomes underground which are harvested and used in a variety of ways. It is commonly used as a cooking spice in Indian cuisine. While it has been utilized for 4,000 years medicinally, it has only been in the past 25 years that the tremendous health benefits of turmeric have been scientifically validated through hundreds of medical research studies. Our turmeric roots are USA GROWN!! *Approximately 12-16 plants per pound* Curcuma longa. 1 lb, 5 lb, & 10 lb variations

Turmeric Roots will start shipping the week of March 18th.

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Be sure to check out our Tumeric Growing Guide to learn more tips & tricks on successfully growing Tumeric at home.

Turmeric is a perennial plant and is in the same family as ginger. Turmeric grows rhizomes underground which are harvested and used in a variety of ways. It is commonly used as a cooking spice in Indian cuisine. While it has been utilized for 4,000 years medicinally, it has only been in the past 25 years that the tremendous health benefits of turmeric have been scientifically validated through hundreds of medical research studies. Our turmeric roots are All-Natural, Grown in the USA!!  Curcuma longa. 1 lb, 5 lb, & 10 lb variations

You can grow turmeric in-ground or in containers. Turmeric requires 9-10 months until harvest, if you are in a cooler climate (USDA zone 7 and lower), we recommend growing in containers so the plant can be moved indoors during the cold months. Turmeric can be grown outside year-round in USDA zones 8 and higher. If you are planning on growing your turmeric in a container, make sure you choose the correct size. We recommend a 15-gallon or 45-gallon Root Pouch grow bag.

As noted in the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Journal, turmeric, and its primary compound, curcumin, can modulate multiple human cell signaling pathways. These pathways impact physiological processes, and especially those involved in the immune system...

Curcumin, the most widely recognized component in turmeric, is chemically a lipophilic polyphenol, which is scientifically recognized as an antioxidant. In addition to its antioxidant properties, research findings published in 2020 in Frontiers in Pharmacology revealed the following five other benefits from ingestion of the Curcumin in Turmeric:

  • Anti-inflammatory effects;
  • Neuroprotective effects (i.e., protective of the nervous system);

  • Anti-cancer effects (through biochemical effects on signaling pathways);

  • Hepatoprotective effects (i.e., protective of the liver);

  • Cardio-protective effects (i.e., protective of the heart)

Check out our Turmeric Growing Guide at Hoss University!

 

Customer Reviews

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Tiegsy
Terrible Rhizomes

The rhizomes arrived dried out and full of holes. I thought, let me sow 5hem maybe they will come back to life,

Well, no they did not. I am usually a satisfied customer, but this was a waste of time and money and they were not cheap.

Very disappointed!

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Amber Martin
Roots

They arrived in excellent condition. Making sure things are done right to help them grow. Thankful/greatful for farmers still fighting the good fight here in America. Making gardening great again😊

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J Storm
High quality

These are the cleanest and best looking turmeric roots I’ve ever seen. I would highly recommend these!

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Kathe Jackson
Another quality item from Hoss

Arrived on time and looking fresh (not dried out). No sprouts, but looked like they will get them.

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Julie Parrish
Excellent

As always, HOSS does not disappoint. Excellent quality. I can't wait to watch my turmeric grow! Thank you HOSS for providing products we can trust and the education to make us successful.