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7 Ways to Eat (& Drink!) Turmeric | The Kitchn

7 Ways to Eat (& Drink!) Turmeric | The Kitchn

Owen + Alchemy via Lovely Package curated by Packaging Diva PD. This has been a very popular pin. Now we are getting a closer look.

Owen + Alchemy via Lovely Package curated by Packaging Diva PD. This has been a very popular pin. Now we are getting a closer look.

Lyemon cha (japanese green tea) by Suntory Limited | packaging gradient  asiatic

Lyemon cha (japanese green tea) by Suntory Limited | packaging gradient asiatic

Designs | Vietnamese Cold Brew Coffee Design - Modern, Urban, Sleek! | Product label Wettbewerb

Designs | Vietnamese Cold Brew Coffee Design - Modern, Urban, Sleek! | Product label Wettbewerb

Cimory Yogurt on Behance by Rastasari Aras curated by Packaging Diva PD. Rebranding of Cimory Yogurt Drink packaging for a school project. Love the labels and the drop.

Cimory Yogurt on Behance by Rastasari Aras curated by Packaging Diva PD. Rebranding of Cimory Yogurt Drink packaging for a school project. Love the labels and the drop.

Les étiquettes des aliments écologiques

Les étiquettes des aliments écologiques

Belmonte Raw

Belmonte Raw

ZEO - This new premium non-alcoholic beverage blurs the line between the traditional looks of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverage designs.

ZEO - This new premium non-alcoholic beverage blurs the line between the traditional looks of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverage designs.

"Also called Indian saffron because of its bright yellow-orange color, this root is known for helping reduce inflammation," says Orsoni. "Its power comes from the compound curcumin, which studies have shown can help alleviate gastrointestinal distress, Crohn's disease symptoms, and soothe joint pain." Curcumin can also help reduce overall cholesterol, and because it contains a high level of manganese and iron, it helps with fat metabolism. Look for the fresh root, which you can grate over…

"Also called Indian saffron because of its bright yellow-orange color, this root is known for helping reduce inflammation," says Orsoni. "Its power comes from the compound curcumin, which studies have shown can help alleviate gastrointestinal distress, Crohn's disease symptoms, and soothe joint pain." Curcumin can also help reduce overall cholesterol, and because it contains a high level of manganese and iron, it helps with fat metabolism. Look for the fresh root, which you can grate over…