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known as Mango ginger, White turmeric

source plant root

function soothing, restorative, antioxidant

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Curcuma Amada (Mango Ginger) Root Extract

Mango ginger curcuma amada, famous for use in making pickles and chutneys in India, is closely related to turmeric, curcuma longa. It is sometimes called white turmeric. The root contains high concentrations of curcuminoids and terpenoids. These active constituents provide impressive soothing and antioxidant benefits to calm the appearance of irritation and ailments.

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