The healing powers of turmeric are long known, thus the reason why it has been the main spice in India for 2500 years and even claimed to be the “Queen of all Spices”.

This spice is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, has detoxing properties, and recent studies show that it is very effective in curing Alzheimer’s and cancer too.

This miraculous spice contains the compound curcumin which is potent anti-inflammatory compound that matches or even exceeds the effectiveness of many anti-inflammatory drugs available.

Curcumin also influences the levels of BDFN (Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor – a growth hormone linked with Alzheimer’s and other cognitive disorders) and may delay or even reverse many brain diseases or age-related decline of our brain functions.

Turmeric also has proven as a potent natural anti-cancer substance. It prevents cancer growth, inhibits the development and spread as well and may even hold the natural cure for this dreadful disease.

When eaten on daily basis, turmeric stimulates the gallbladder, reduces bloating and gas, and prevents inflammation of the digestive tract. However, when suffering from a gallbladder disease, turmeric should not be taken on a daily basis to avoid overstimulation, which can make things worse.

Curcumin has shown to reduce LDL (or bad) cholesterol, prevent blood clotting, and remove plaque build-ups in the arteries.

Many people suffering from arthritis claim that turmeric helped them fight chronic inflammation and reduced the pain as well. Some even claim curcumin supplements work better than many OTC or prescribed drugs available on the market today, and without any side-effects.

Since inflammation and free radicals play a major role in aging and curcumin affects both, plus it also protects our heart and fights cancers, which are 2 of the biggest killers in today’s world, it obviously benefits longevity too.

Overall, to improve overall health and happiness, add 1 teaspoon of turmeric to smoothies, juices, soups, curries, stir-fries, homemade cultured sodas, and dressings on a daily basis.

Note that curcumin is poorly absorbed by our body, so that’s why you should add a pinch of black pepper. It contains piperine which increases the absorption by up to 2000%.

Source: familylifegoals.com

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The healing powers of turmeric are long known, thus the reason why it has been the main spice in India for 2500 years and even claimed to be the “Queen of all Spices”. This spice is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, has detoxing properties, and recent studies show that it is very effective...