Latin name: urcuma longa L.
Plant part used: Turmeric Root
Appearance: Lght brown to dark brown clear liquid
Active Ingredient: 70%Curcumenol, 26%Elemene
Main Function: Antiviral, antimicrobial and antiparasitic activitiesTurmeric, a perennial herb, 1-1.5m. Roots developed into a bundle, branching oval or cylindrical, orange-yellow, very fragrant; roots stout, enlarged into a root end. Leaves basal,5-7, 2; petiole length 20-45cm; narrow leaves oblong or elliptic, 20-50cm, width of 5-15cm, apex acuminate, base cuneate, decurrent petiole, above the yellow-green, light green below, glabrous. Scapes extracted from the leaf sheath, peduncle length 12-20cm, spikes cylindrical, length 12-18cm; upper bracts without flowers pink or reddish purple, oblong, long 4-6cm, width of 1 - 1.5cm, in the lower part of the flower bracts bright green or green and white, ovate to nearly oblong, 3-4cm; calyx simple green and white, with three teeth; corolla tube funnel-shaped, about 1.5cm, yellow, throat Ministry densely pubescent, lobes 3; fertile stamen 1, filaments short and flat, anthers oblong, the base distance; ovary, outside pubescent, style slender, the base has two rod glands, stigma slightly swollen, slightly lip. Flowering in August.