Turmeric
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Experiences with Turmeric

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Zee
Zee
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Would not recommend it
Posted 8 years ago

I got awful diarrhea, my lower GI system was in distress. I would not recommend taking it!

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ritasharma 8 years ago

I have a couple of questions--did you take it with food or without AND were you taking it for a specific reason?

Zee 8 years ago

i was mixing it in a smoothie. i was taking it for its anti inflammatory properties for post shingles pain.

Zee 8 years ago

i cant actually stop the GI muscle spasms & diarreah :( any suggestions?

delparq 7 years ago

Should you continue to be troubled in this manner then try activated charcoal; one or two capsules would be sufficient to clear out any possible poison in your body. Then take either coconut; any product will do but its oil is recommended; or olive leaf extract or oregano oil. Better still take the three as a cocktail which is highly effective at ridding viruses from the body. Hopefully this treatment might clear your symptoms.

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Would recommend it
Posted 7 years ago

Tumeric is a herb and spice with healing properties in inflammation. When I can, I incorporate it in cooking, but I also take it as part of a daily supplement. There is significant research that link it to antitumorgenesis, or halting the growth of tumors, especially in melanoma. Having had a pre-melanoma several years ago, I'm very vigilant with self- and medical skin checks, but want to throw out every tool in my arsenal.

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saksfca
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Posted 7 years ago

I tame it daily as a supplement with no side effects and have experienced reduced C-Reactive protein, a marker of inflammation, but have not controlled for other factors such as weight loss and conversion to a Paleo diet in order to attribute cause and effect.

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delparq
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Would recommend it
Posted 7 years ago

I have been taking the medication selegiline for 18 year for post-operative neurological problems. While this medication effectively controlled the symptoms it never brought about a cure. On taking Turmeric I was delighted at being able to wean off selegiline so it appears to have an effect on the brain. It made me wonder if it would be beneficial to those suffering from Parkinsons.

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Posted 7 years ago

As turmeric belongs to herbal spices, using it in large doses is always harmful, so use it with certain limit, and as it have many benefits no doubt I will recommend it, I have quit with my acne problem using turmeric with milk and honey :-)

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