Turmeric is considered as one of the healthiest nourishment in the world. It has antibacterial and mitigating properties, which function greatly against joint pain. Turmeric has also been found to replace pharmaceutical medications, such as ibuprofen.
This plant can be effectively grown indoors. It does not spread seeds, and it is developed from rhizomes (like ginger). All you need is a turmeric root, which you can find at health stores.
To grown turmeric indoors, follow these steps:
1. Break a bigger rhizome into a little piece that has few buds.
2. Fill the pots with natural soil that is softly wet, and the perfect pH should range from 4.5 to 7.5
3. Place the plant 2 inches beneath the surface of the dirt.
4. Finally, water the container.
You need to water the turmeric once in 2 days, but keep the dirt soggy, and not very wet.
Instructions to harvest turmeric:
It takes 6 to 10 months for the rhizomes to develop. Gather it by simply uncovering the whole plant, including the roots.
Then cut the needed sum off a finger at the edge of the pot and then give back the dirt.
Turmeric is a plant that re-shoots every spring.