Are Turmeric and Curcumin Really That Effective?

Turmeric is the brilliant yellow spice, belonging to the ginger family, that is used in Indian cooking. The powerful effects of employing turmeric and curcumin to combat inflammation, pain, depression, obesity, aging, diabetes, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer’s and cystic fibrosis have been investigated by many studies and supported by some trials on animals and humans; however, the strongest testimony remains to be its use in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Get to know the many advantages of turmeric, which make it a super spice and root, as well as the few side effects.

The Many Benefits of Turmeric and Curcumin

Curcumin is the primary ingredient of turmeric. It possesses an impressive set of properties as an anti-oxidant, anticoagulant and anti-inflammation agent. Turmeric is packed with nutrition: protein, iron, calcium, sodium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, magnesium, potassium and manganese. Here are some of the ways it contributes to wellness:

•    Combats inflammation, inside and on the body
•    Lowers pain
•    Contributes to skin care, such as reducing psoriasis, acne and scarring
•    Promotes weight loss by increasing the metabolism
•    Fights obesity by targeting fat cells
•    Slows the aging process
•    Helps fight depression
•    Improves cognitive functions
•    Reduces sugar levels, lowering the risk of diabetes
•    Slows blood clotting
•    May be impactful in treating breast cancer, skin cancer, and bowel and stomach cancers
•    Improves cardiovascular health
•    Lowers toxicity in the body by enhancing liver function
•    Reduces bad cholesterol
•    Aids digestion and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease
•    Manages several kinds of arthritis

Potential Side Effects

​Like anything else in life — excess of turmeric can produce adverse effects on the body, and some people may be naturally allergic to it. Some may experience a minor rash after skin contact. While generally safe, if consumed in unregulated and massive portions, turmeric can cause the following negative effects on the body:

•    Diarrhea
•    Lightheadedness
•    Nausea
•    Heart irregularities
•    Contractions in expectant women
•    Rise in menstrual bleeding
•    Hypertension
•    Slowed blood clotting
•    Strong interactions with NSAIDs and anti-coagulants
•    Danger of increased bleeding

Consult your physician and herbalist before incorporating significant and consistent amounts of turmeric in your diet.

Multifold Applications of Turmeric

Traditionally, uses of turmeric have been varied and far reaching, from ingestion as food and medicine to external applications, such as wound healer and cosmetic product. Below are some of the ways to use this super herb.

Culinary

Turmeric can be used in tea, cookies, smoothies, soups, curries and a large variety of vegetarian and meat dishes. When boiled in milk, it acts as a fever reducer and sleep agent.

Cosmetic


•    Herbal soap
•    Teeth whitener in combination with baking soda and coconut oil
•    Face masks and creams
•    Ointment for cuts and scrapes
•    Sunburn treatment when combined with aloe vera and yogurt

​How To Take Turmeric

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