Curcuma Oleoresin Production Cost Analysis 2020
Curcuma oleoresin is obtained by solvent wrenching of the ground spice, containing colouring matter, volatile-oil, fatty oil, and bitter principles. In appearance, it is orange-red in colour and contains an upper oily layer, along with a lower crystalline layer. It is derived from Curcuma longa, a tall herb having large rootstocks, which consists of rhizomes. It is grown in several parts of India as a commercial crop. It is known as a household spice for diverse cuisines in several parts of the country.
Turmeric powder, a common alternative name for curcuma oleoresin, is believed to be auspicious in several religious ceremonies in Hindu families. It is also used in beauty creams because of its antibiotic properties. It also has healing properties due to which it is used as a household remedy for minor cuts or wounds.
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