Science Confirms Turmeric As Effective As 14 Drugs

Turmeric is one the most completely examined plants today. Its therapeutic properties and segments (principally curcumin) have been the subject of more than 5600 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies.

Actually, our five-year long research program on this divine plant has uncovered more than 600 potential preventive and remedial applications, and in addition 175 different useful physiological impacts. This whole database of 1,585 ncbi-hyperlinked turmeric abstracts can be downloaded as a PDF file at our page: Downloadable Turmeric Document.

Given the deep examination performed on this astounding spice, it is no big surprise that a developing number of studies have reasoned that it contrasts positively with a mixture of traditional medicines, such as:

LIPITOR/Atorvastatin (cholesterol MEDICATION)

A 2008 research published in the Drugs in R & D journal revealed that an institutionalized planning of curcuminoids from Turmeric contrasted positively with the medication atorvastatin dysfunction, the underlying pathology of the veins that drives atherosclerosis, connecting to decreases in irritation and oxidative stress, in type 2 diabetic patients.


A 1999 research, published in the Phytotherapy Research journal, revealed that the essential polyphenol in turmeric, the saffron colored pigment known as curcumin, contrasted positively with steroids in the administration of chronic anterior uveitis, an incendiary eye sickness.

A 2008 research published in Critical Care Medicine revealed that curcumin contrasted positively with the corticosteroid drug dexamethasone in the animal model as an optional treatment for ensuring lung transplantation-related injury by down-directing incendiary genes.

A preceding 2003 research published in Cancer Letters discovered the same medication contrasted positively with dexamethasone in a lung ischaemia-repurfusion injury model, too.


A 2011 research published in the Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica journal revealed that curcumin contrasted positively with both medications in decreasing depressive conduct in an animal model.

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