By now, everybody has heard of Turmeric or Curcumin, and although it has been a part of the Western diet since the 13th century, the rave revues by users have really caused this amazing spice to increase dramatically in popularity here at home in the USA.
Turmeric is part of the ginger family and home to India and the Middle East. Although it is found and used in China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Haiti, Jamaica and so on, the prominent producers are still from India.
This spice is loaded with essential minerals, such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, VitaminB6, Vitamin C and more. Simply one tablespoon sprinkled over your meal can generate meaningful results. Feel free to use it on meat or fish, potatoes, veggies and such.
The Curcumin is the primary pharmacological agent in Turmeric and is best known for it’s “over the counter” anti-inflammatory agents as well as some prescription medications. The beauty of this all natural product, are there are no harmful toxic side effects that synthetic drugs can have on your body.
The most talked about improvements from users, when using Turmeric has been relief of joint pain, lowering of cholesterol levels, relieving indigestion and most of all its ability to perform safely as an anti-inflammatory agent with no downside.
Turmeric is also available in an extract and testing showed that it has great skin-improving properties with respect to skin hydration. Turmeric helps improve eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
Let’s get on the bandwagon. Turmeric has been used as medicine since 500 B.C. and now science confirms, this all natural spice works as a formidable anti-inflammatory agent. There are options to consider, as should I get a prescription or maybe I will try something all natural and not deal with the side effects? What do you have to lose? The price of a prescription versus a bottle of Turmeric, there is no contest, try the Turmeric and watch it work for you!