- Ayurvedic Herbs
- Raw Herbs
- Kachur | White Turmeric | Kapoor Kachri | Curcuma Zedoaria Rosc
Kachur | White Turmeric | Kapoor Kachri | Curcuma Zedoaria Rosc
Sanskrit: Krachura, Sati, Shati | Hindi: Gandamatsi | Bengali: Sutha | Danish: Zedoar. | Dutch: Zedoar, Zedoarwortel, Maagwortel | English: Setwall, White turmeric, Zedoary turmeric, Zedoary. | German: Zedoarwurzel, Zitwer, Zittwer Kurkume. | Hindi: ... Read More
Kachur | White Turmeric | Kapoor Kachri | Curcuma Zedoaria Rosc - 100 Gram
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Kachur | White Turmeric | Kapoor Kachri | Curcuma Zedoaria Rosc - 250 Gram
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Kachur | White Turmeric | Kapoor Kachri | Curcuma Zedoaria Rosc - 500 Gram
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Kachur | White Turmeric | Kapoor Kachri | Curcuma Zedoaria Rosc - 1 Kg
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Kachur (Curcuma zedoaria) is a perennial herb and its dried rhizomes are used for their medicinal properties.
- It may increase appetite.
- It may be useful as a laxative (laxative).
- It can be used as an antioxidant.
- It is beneficial to treat fever, colds, bloating, etc.
- It purifies blood and acts as a body stimulant.
- It treats respiratory disorders, acts as an aphrodisiac, and tones up the uterus.
- It is used to treat urinary tract infections and urine-related disorders.
- In its powdered form, it helps regulate menstruation.
- It helps to normalizes body temperature, improves liver condition, and improves digestion.
- It is used to prevent stress ulceration and acts as a gastro-intestinal stimulant in flatulent colic.
- It helps treat cough, vomiting, colic, and dyspepsia.
- It is used to make cosmetics, perfumes, bitters, stomach essences, and liquors.
- It is used as anti-venom for Indian Cobra bites
- In Indonesia, it is ground to a powder and added to curry pastes.
- In India, it tends to be used fresh or in pickling.
- The essential oil produced from the dried roots of Curcuma zedoaria is used in perfumery and soap fabrication, as well as an ingredient in bitter tonics.
- Zedoary roots were extensively exported to Europe where the oil was extracted by steam distillation and used to provide fragrance to perfumes, soaps, oils etc.
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