Turmeric Supplement is Wall Against Fibromyalgia and Other Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
By: Dr Alex Robber
Turmeric is a light-yellow spice which is often found in mixtures of curry-spice. The root of ginger is common in Indian, Thai, Maroccan and traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic cuisine for a long time now.
Understanding the Healthy Benefits of Turmeric
Turmeric includes a substance called curcumin that study indicates may have several health advantages because b that can relieve fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. However, no studies have previously examined these circumstances specifically.
While we do research turmeric / curcumin, further studies must be undertaken to identify precisely what it can do for us. It is thought that the spice is a:
- Turmeric is an Antioxidant
- Turmeric is an Anti-inflammatory
- Turmeric is an Anti-viral
- Turmeric is a Digestive aid
- Turmeric is a Topical antiseptic
Understanding Turmeric Support Against
- Turmeric Support Against Arthritis
- Turmeric Support Against Cancer, to prevent the spread of tumors
- Turmeric Protecting Against liver damage
- Turmeric Reducing Breast cancer risk in menopausal women using hormone replacement therapy
- Turmeric Support Against Cognitive dysfunction
- Turmeric Support Against Eczema
- Turmeric Support Against Gallbladder function
- Turmeric Support Pain relief
- Turmeric Protecting Against Alzheimer’s disease, when paired with vitamin D
- Turmeric Reducing the Risk of type-2 diabetes
- Turmeric Support Against Heartburn
- Turmeric Support Against High cholesterol
- Turmeric Support Against Irritable bowel syndrome
- Turmeric Support Against Kidney stones
Understanding the Dosage of Turmeric/Curcumin
Typical curcumin dose is between 450 and 3 grams daily, if taken as a supplement. Research has not established optimal doses for applications.
Turmeric may also be brought into a tea for 15 minutes, twice a day, by steeping 1-1,5 grams of the dried root.
Understanding Turmeric/Curcumin in Your Diet
Curcumin is relatively easy to add to your diet via turmeric. A therapeutic dosage can however be hard to obtain by diet alone.
However the average nutritional consumption is estimated at 60 to 200 milligrams a day in India, where turmeric is used for many traditional ingredients. The therapeutic dosage is much smaller.
Understanding the Side Effects of Turmeric/Curcumin
Research found to have some side effects of turmeric/curcumin, including:
- Turmeric can Upset stomach
- Turmeric produce Heartburn
- Turmeric cause Nausea
- Turmeric cause Diarrhea
- Turmeric Increased risk of bleeding
- Turmeric can Hair loss (in animal studies)
- Turmeric lowered blood pressure (in animal studies)
- Turmeric can Increased risk of kidney stones in people prone to them
- Turmeric’s safety hasn’t been established for children.
When taking turmeric during pregnancy it may stimulate the uterus and lead to menstrual bleeding.
Whenever you consider a fresh supplement, please talk to your physician and pharmacy to make sure no risky interactions or other issues are created.
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