Botanical Name
:Curcuma longa
Family Name
Name in some International Languages
Flavour Characteristics
Musky Flavour, slightly bitter and fragrant
Usage Profile
Foods, medicines and cosmetics
Commercial part
Rhizome or underground stem
Harvesting Season
December to March
:Curcumin Powder

Tumeric Oleoresin

It is oleoresin obtained by extraction of tubers of Curcuma longa Linn, with volatile solvents and concentration to remove the solvent. The oleoresin chiefly contains volatile oil, resin and yellow colouring matter known as curcuminoids. The chief component of curcuminoids is curcumin. Tumerone, zingiberene are the other constituents of volatile oil. It is reported to possess many pharmacological and anti inflammatory actions.

Tumeric Oleoresin C-14
:Extract of dried rhizomes of Curcuma longa L. (Family: Zingiberaceae).
:Store in full, tight  containers in a cool dry place, protected from sun light.
:50 kg. Fibre drum, 25,10,5 kg HDP drums.


:Yellowish orange powder


:Characteristic mild flavour of turmeric.


:Can be dispersed in dry carriers such as salt, dextrose,etc.

Spice Equivalent

:One kg replaces 60 kg of raw Turmeric

Colour Value

:14100  to 14500 CU – EOA

Curcumin content

:94 to 96.5%

Residual solvent

:10 ppm – EOA


:Free from microbial contaminants.
Shelf life
:12 months under the specified storage conditions.
:The label displays product name, lot number, net weight, gross weight, and other information/marks specified by the customer.
:Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

Curcumin powder

It is obtained from the dried tuberous roots of Curcuma longa Linn, which are so popularly used as a colouring agent. It contains 95% curcuminoids. Curcumin possess antimicrobial and anti inflammatory actions. Curcumin has a long history as a folk remedy, and is still popular for wide variety of maladies from blood diseases to eye infection.

Description : Curcumin is a bright yellow chemical produced by some plants. It is the principal curcuminoid of turmeric, which is a member of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae). It is sold as an herbal supplement, added to cosmetics, used to flavor food, and as a food coloring.