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Turmeric

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a flowering plant considered one of the most beneficial compounds from plants. Turmeric is grown in India, China, and Southeast Asia. 

The primary source of curcumin is the light yellow-orange pigment in turmeric.

(Curcuma longa) dates back about 5,000 years. It was a major healing agent in Ayurveda and was acknowledged as a precious component long before it became popular as a supplement. Science has begun to support what Indians have known for a long time; it has powerful medicinal-property compounds. 

  • Is a powerful anti-inflammatory comparable even to prescribed pain medications and is known to lower liver enzymes and detox the liver 
  • Curcumin is a natural anti-inflammatory compound that helps your body combat foreign invaders and has a part to play in your body’s repair of harm.
  • Important application is for cognitive health. Curcumin has 10 known neuroprotectives which means it aids your brain in minimum 10 ways. 
  • Curcumin was researched as a useful herb in the therapy of cancer and was discovered to influence the growth, development and spread of cancer 
  • Is used for heart disease and cholesterol- it prevents the oxidation of LDL cholesterol and it increases LDL receptors give cholesterol. 
  • Aids stiffness and joint swelling in arthritis.
  •  Turmeric is a great source of iron, fibre, vitamin B6, copper, and potassium.

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