Turmeric has a special place in South Asian cuisine and is used in many savory dishes but its fame is due to the fact that it has been used traditionally for thousands of years as a remedy for stomach and liver ailments, as well as topically to heal sores, basically for its supposed antimicrobial property.Turmeric is being researched for its potential efficacy against several human diseases, including kidney and cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, several types of cancer, and irritable bowel disease.
Nutrients Facts :
Turmeric is an excellent source of both iron and manganese. It is also a good source of vitamin B6, Dietary fiber, copper, and potassium. Phytonutrients in turmeric include curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, tumerones, and tumenorols.
• Detoxifies the Body • Improves Heart Health • Treats Depression • Skin Care • Antidepressants • Skin Conditions • Arthritis Management • Cancer Treatment • Diabetes Management • Gastro-Treatment • Pain Killer • Cholesterol Regulates
Adult 1/2 teaspoonful 1-2 times a day along with warm milk. Children 1/2 teaspoonful 1 time a day along with warm milk.
Side Effects :
Some people have reported allergic reactions to turmeric, especially after skin exposure. Typically this is experienced as a mild, itchy rash. In addition, high doses of turmeric have been observed to cause: • Nausea • Diarrhea • Increased risk of bleeding • Increased liver function tests • Hyperactive gallbladder contractions • Hypotension (lowered blood pressure) • Uterine contractions in pregnant women • Increased menstrual flow People taking certain medications should also be careful when using turmeric in their food or supplementing with it.
The information is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.