Turmeric Curcumin


Turmeric is the yellow-colored spice which comes from the Curcuma Longa plant native to Asia. It has long been the preferred ingredient in Asian traditional cooking and medicine. Turmeric health benefits have long been acknowledged and have already been utilized for the treatment of different illness as traditional Chinese and Indian healers has been employed it for centuries.

What is Curcumin?

Curcumin is the predominant active component that provides Turmeric its unique yellow coloring. This active ingredient is responsible for the restorative qualities of the spice. Turmeric has natural phenols, called curcuminoids and curcumin is one of them.


Turmeric-Curcumin Medicinal Properties

Scientists have determined that Curcumin, on of the active properties found in turmeric, not only it has antioxidant activity, but also anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-parasite, antibacterial, anti-clotting, anti-amyloid, anti-ischemic and anti-cancer properties. Scientific researchers are referring Turmeric as “Indian Gold” and that’s not simply because of its yellowish orange color!

  • Anti-amyloid: a compound that may be able to reduce the buildup of plaque in the brain, which is responsible for Alzheimer’s.
  • Anti-ischemic is basically a compound that fights heart disease or prevents heart damage. Curcumin has actually been shown to help repair damage to the heart that has already occurred.
  • Anti-cancer: It has also been proven to either prevent or halt certain types of cancer.
  • Anti-Clotting: There are researches suggesting that turmeric may by beneficial for the heart and circulatory system. Turmeric-curcumin may help prevent heart failure and even repair damage that has already occurred. Some studies indicate that this spice is able to “turns off” specific genes that would cause enlargement of the heart.
  • Anti-Viral, Anti-Parasite, Anti-Bacterial: Turmeric-Curcumin has been proven to fight effectively against infections that occur within the human body, such as bladder infections whenever they are in the early stages.

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