What is turmeric name in Igbo?
Curcuma longa (scientific name) or Turmeric (English) or Gangamau (Hausa) or Atale pupa (Yoruba) or Boboch (Igbo) or Kurkuma, Szafran indyjski (Polish): A spice with many names and health benefits Turmeric or Curcuma longa is a perennial herb and member of the Zingiberaceae (ginger) family and is cultivated extensively …
Is Turmeric Found in Nigeria?
Where is turmeric grown in nigeria? Turmeric is cultivated by ginger farmers in the Southern part of Kaduna state Nigeria. Also, few farmers in other parts of the north (particularly in the middle belt) farm low quantity of Turmeric too.
What is ginger in Igbo?
Family Name: ZINGIBERACEAE. Botanical Name: Zingiber officinale. English Name: Ginger. Igbo Name: Jinja.
What is Yoruba name for tumeric?
The Yoruba people call Turmeric Ata ile pupa. Cultivation of this plant is quite common in the tropics. Turmeric belongs to the ginger family. This explains why both look alike and are called similar Yoruba names. The Yoruba name for ginger is ata ile while turmeric is called ata ile pupa because of its bright colour.
What is the cost of turmeric?
Turmeric Powder, 1 kg.
|Price:||₹ 350.00 (₹ 35.00 / 100 g)|
|You Save:||₹ 50.00 (13%)|
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What is the local name for tumeric?
Curcuma longa (turmeric)
Who is a dibia?
Dibia are the mystic mediators between the human world and the spirit world and act as healers, scribes, teachers, diviners and advisors of people in the community. They are usually consulted at the shrine of a communities major deity.
What is difference between ginger and turmeric?
Ginger offers a sweet and spicy zing to dishes. Turmeric provides a golden yellow colour and a warm and bitter taste with a peppery aroma. Turmeric is one of the main ingredients in Indian curry.
What is mint leave called in Yoruba?
Olaniyi Deborah Itunu Òwe Yorùbá (Yoruba Proverbs)
Mint leaf is not efirin, though they belong to the same family and look alike. The difference is in the smell and and taste.
What is cinnamon called in Yoruba?
Cinnamon is called Oloorun in Yoruba.