22 June 2013

What are Benefits and Side Effects of Curcumin?

What are Benefits and Side Effects of Curcumin?

Turmeric Curcumin (Kurkumin) is an herb from the ginger family known also as yellow root. It originates from India and is one of the main ingredients of curry powder, but used independently, particularly for meals of rice and chicken. The root is boiled, then dried and the skin is peeled. Then the root is grinded to a powder. It gets a yellow powder spicy and slightly bitter taste.
Yellow root belongs to the Zingiberaceae family, and its botanical name is Curcuma longa.
Curcumin is one of the most powerful natural remedies. The active medicinal ingredient in turmeric curcumin is called curcumin (kurkumin). It is used in India for thousands of years as a spice and natural color. Curcumin benefits are gradually exposing over the centuries. It had long been clear that curcumin has anti-inflammatory properties, but recent studies have shown that kurkumin is – a miracle of nature. The benefits of curcumin were confirmed in many treatment diseases ranging from cancer to Alzheimer’s disease.

Curcumin Benefits

has antiseptic and antibacterial properties, is useful for disinfecting wounds and burns,
is an excellent way to prevent prostate cancer, with pre-existing prostate cancer, curcumin prevents its further growth,
prevents the growth of breast cancer,
is a natural prevention of melanoma: kills cancer cells and prevents their further growth,
reduces the risk of childhood leukemia,
cleanses the liver in a natural way,
can prevent or stop the progression of Alzheimer’s disease (destroys clusters of amyloidosis in the brain), proven to reduce brain aneurysm symptoms,
prevents the growth of metastases in many cancers,
natural painkiller,
regulates metabolism and helps in weight loss
has long been used in China as a remedy for depression,
because of its anti-inflammatory properties a natural remedy for arthritis and rheumatism,
the results are excellent on treatment of thyroid cancer,
curcumin accelerates wound healing and quickly restores the injured skin,
helps in the treatment of psoriasis and other inflammatory skin diseases
Curcumin for Cancer and Curcumin Dosage

Curcumin can be used in powder or capsules and can be purchased in almost all health food stores. It can also be added to many recipes: sweet and salty firs. You can add a pinch of turmeric to the rice, vegetable dishes, pancake batter, soup. Curcumin will give the dish a lovely golden-yellow color and pleasant aroma.
Turmeric Curcumin contains a variety of vitamins and minerals. It has the most vitamin B6, B3, folic acid, potassium, iron and manganese. It also contains indigestible fiber and essential omega-3 fatty acids. It is also suitable for diabetics regulate insulin levels. In addition, it reduces the overall level of LDL cholesterol (the bad) and increases levels of HDL cholesterol (the good). It has been shown that curcumin has the strongest anti-inflammatory activity in the plant world. Curcumin inhibits (stops) activity of the enzyme COX-2 which is responsible for the creation of molecules that cause inflammation. We know that inflammation accompany many diseases, inflammatory skin conditions (psoriasis, dermatitis – for this problem check how to get rid of dandruff), inflammatory joint conditions, autoimmune diseases (allergies, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, collagenosis …) damage to the lining of the digestive tract which is caused by ulcers, polyps and later carcinomas. Effect of curcumin is extremely important in light of the latest results as a good alternative to synthetic anti-inflammatory agents (corticosteroids) that cause severe and lasting side effects. Curcumin side effects are – none! 

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