Turmeric: adding it to your diet or nutrient regimen can reduce inflammation in your body.
~ “One component in turmeric, curcumin, has been proven so effective as an anti-inflammatory that it’s compared to prescription medications, without the toxic side effects8 such as ulcer formation, internal bleeding and a lowered white blood cell count.” Dr. Mercola
There are many benefits of incorporating Turmeric into your diet or nutrient regimen. The main active compound in turmeric, curcurmin, assists your digestive processes, supports your health’s health, acts as an antioxidant, smooths your skin, seems to reduce period cramps for women, and even promotes good sleep and an improved mood. For MORE: The Six Health Benefits of Turmeric
~ Also, read what Dr. Andrew Weil has to say about Turmeric: https://www.drweil.com/diet-nutrition/nutrition/3-reasons-to-eat-turmeric/
“One of the most comprehensive summaries of turmeric benefits studies to date was published by the respected ethnobotanist James A. Duke, Phd., in the October, 2007 issue of Alternative & Complementary Therapies, and summarized in the July, 2008, issue of the American Botanical Council publication HerbClip.
Reviewing some 700 studies looking at turmeric benefits, Duke concluded that turmeric appears to outperform many pharmaceuticals in its effects against several chronic, debilitating diseases, and does so with virtually no adverse side effects.”
~ Are you taking Turmeric but not seeing any reduction in arthritis pain, for example?
Here is a good article listing the things to check as you are taking Turmeric. Good quality source? Taking it daily? Taking it with fats, not on empty stomach or with honey alone? This is a usual article: https://www.turmericforhealth.com/turmeric-queries/taking-turmeric-but-see-no-benefits-follow-these-5-steps