PRODUCTS

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SUMAC

    Sumac belongs to the cashew family. There are 35 species of sumac found in regions all around the world, ranging from the subtropical to temperate regions. Native Americans used to prepare a beverage known as Indian lemonade, or sumac-ade, with the sumac fruit. Sumac was once used as a treatment for half a dozen different ailments in medieval medicine.

SUMAC

    Sumac belongs to the cashew family. There are 35 species of sumac found in regions all around the world, ranging from the subtropical to temperate regions. Native Americans used to prepare a beverage known as Indian lemonade, or sumac-ade, with the sumac fruit. Sumac was once used as a treatment for half a dozen different ailments in medieval medicine.

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SAFFRON

    The name Saffron comes from the Arabic word, "zafaran" which means yellow and it is the official color of Buddhist robes in India. The best quality saffron has a deep red color, a honey like aroma with a delicate taste but musky and earthy. Spain, India, and Iran are primary producers of commercial saffron.

SAFFRON

    The name Saffron comes from the Arabic word, "zafaran" which means yellow and it is the official color of Buddhist robes in India. The best quality saffron has a deep red color, a honey like aroma with a delicate taste but musky and earthy. Spain, India, and Iran are primary producers of commercial saffron.

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TURMERIC

    Turmeric is a member of the ginger family. It is commonly used as a spice, but it is also known for its medicinal purposes. Capsules, teas, powders, and extracts are some of the types of turmeric products available commercially. Turmeric, sometimes called Indian saffron or the golden spice, is a tall plant that grows in Asia and Central America.

TURMERIC

    Turmeric is a member of the ginger family. It is commonly used as a spice, but it is also known for its medicinal purposes. Capsules, teas, powders, and extracts are some of the types of turmeric products available commercially. Turmeric, sometimes called Indian saffron or the golden spice, is a tall plant that grows in Asia and Central America.