After 90 days control group testing, the researchers found a 58 percent decrease in overall reported pain and stiffness as well as an improvement in physical functioning among the curcumin group compared to the controls. They also found, via a standardized testing procedure, a 300 percent improvement in the emotional well being of the curcumin patients compared with the others. And blood tests showed a 16-fold decline in C-reactive protein, a marker for inflammation. Patients in the curcumin group were able to reduce their use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs by 63 percent, compared to the other group.
Turmeric is beneficial to maintain healthy digestion. Also good for bone marrow and Multiple Myloma type bad cells. Curcuminioid in Turmeric is a bad cell destroyer. Turmeric is beneficial for the relief of menstrual discomfort;
warning: do not use if taking blood thinners or have bleeding disorders.
TURMERIC pronounced (tour-mer-ic or two-mer-ik) is a spice/herb and has its home in the dry forests of India but will easily adapt to your garden and become domesticated. It will come up again and again year after year. Its scientific name is Curcuma domestica. The plant has long slender leaves well over a yard in length.
Its underground finger-shaped storage stems are the part used. They are boiled for a few minutes, then dried and are then ready for use. These underground stems make a bright yellow-orange dye suitable for wools and silks. The yellow robes you see of the Buddhist monks are dyed with Turmeric. Since Turmeric, among other things, is an excellent antiseptic and antibiotic, they wear their medicine and absorb it continually through their skin. Maybe they do know something. Turmeric as a supplement to help stimulate the production of bile, which is produced by the liver and aids in the digestion of fats, always great to use in a cleansing program.
There are some other "possible" benefits with using Turmeric, such as helping to deal with parasites. Other suggestions indicate it may help with bacteria and fungi.
Curmuminoids are in tumeric and it is known that bone disease such as multiple myloma respond to this quite well.
Millions of women in India rely on Turmeric to get through menstruation with as little discomfort as possible. It prevents excess cramping and keeps the female area and neighboring bowel clean. In actual practice, many Western women apply Herbal Adjustment and then Turmeric to the abdomen as needed and sail through period time.
In Japan they have had very impressive results in correcting ulcerative colitis and all manner of digestive problems with Turmeric. Much scientific evidence supports the statement that Turmeric is highly antioxidant (a poison antidote which prevents damage to newly forming and existing cells).
DOSAGE: 40 drops to one teaspoon as needed three times per day
"I have been dealing with a plugged-up liver for a long time and have been doing liver flushes with extra virgin olive oil and fresh grapefruit juice every two weeks or more, but never sooner than two weeks. After reading about Turmeric as a supplement to help stimulate the production of bile, which is produced by the liver and aids in the digestion of fats, I started using turmeric in the program. There are some other "possible" benefits with using Turmeric, such as helping to deal with parasites. Other suggestions indicate it may help with bacteria and fungi. Also, I am dealing with liver flukes, parasites, and fungus, which I'm hoping to soon be rid of. I must say I really like the Pure Herbs Liquid Turmeric. I'm not completely clear of the liver stones yet, but that should be resolved in the very near future." —D. in Indiana
"I really like Pure Herbs Turmeric Extract quality. I also enjoy the effect it has on my body. I am over here in a foreign country, where they have lots of soy beans. I enjoy soy milk, tofu and other soy products, but my digestive system does not! I like Turmeric because I can now enjoy soy. When I take Turmeric after eating soy I do not get gas any more. I have tried other products for digestion, but for me, the Turmeric is my answer. Thanks for making this a product!" —Missionary Sue in the Orient
"Pure Herbs Turmeric Extract is great for lots of things. Besides aiding in digestion, it also assists with pain. I’ve also used it for gum pain. Remember Turmeric is considered an anti-inflammatory and inflammation traditionally causes discomfort."