Curcumin is a chemical component extracted from the rhizome of some plants in the family Zingiberaceae and Araceae. Among them, turmeric contains about 3% to 6%, which is a pigment with diketone which is rare in the plant kingdom. It is a diketone. Compound. Curcumin is an orange-yellow crystalline powder with a slightly bitter taste and insoluble in water. It is mainly used for coloring products such as sausage products, canned foods, and sauces in food production. Medical research shows that curcumin has the effects of lowering blood fat, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, choleretic and anti-oxidation. Scientists have recently discovered that curcumin can help treat drug-resistant tuberculosis.