Turmeric Cure Research Blog
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Overcome Cancer with Turmeric   5 y  
While expensive cancer drugs linked to premature death and mega-tumors are pushed by many mainstream doctors as the only option outside of chemotherapy, a growing number of informed individuals are consistently opting to instead utilize natural methods that are known to conquer cancer cells and effectively negate the disease — without harsh side effects. One such person, Vicky Stewart of Britain, chose such a path when she refused mainstream medical cancer treatments and instead began consuming powerful turmeric spice.
 
Anthony Gucciardi NaturalSociety July 8, 2012 Despite excessive warnings from MD’s who insisted that Vicky would surely not recover using superfoods that are commonly touted as ‘woo’ and ‘ineffective medicine’ by pharma-backed doctors, Stewart found amazing success by altering her lifestyle and taking in extra amounts of superfoods like turmeric each day. Stewart recalls to The Telegraph how her doctor repeatedly voiced concern over switching to a healthy diet full of turmeric to fight the cancer (one of many turmeric health benefits), telling her that it would do virtually nothing ...   read more



 
LittleWhiteDove: Turmeric Cured   6 y  
To All Candida Sufferers, There are other posts on CureZone, claiming similar results from using Turmeric - usually as a side effect. I have been suffering from Candida for a long time, with most debilitating symptoms associated with Candida Overgrowth.
 
To All Candida Sufferers, There are other posts on CureZone, claiming similar results from using Turmeric - usually as a side effect. I have been suffering from Candida for a long time, with most debilitating symptoms associated with Candida Overgrowth. I have not been eating bread for a long time, very little pasta or other wheat products. But that did not seem to make a big difference. The only difference I did notice, was when I did eat Sugar and/or Bread, the Candida flared up to intolerable levels. The first thing I did to seriously starve the Candida, was to cut out all r ...   read more



 
Turmeric Treats Candida   7 y  
Turmeric Treats Candida
 
http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1562495 Since we talked about tumeric/ curcumin here a bit, I found this article quite interesting! Turmeric Treats Candida Infection and Colorectal Cancers by Melanie Grimes, citizen journalist (NaturalNews) Candida infection is caused by a yeast overgrowth in the intestines. It can cause gas, bloating, indigestion and even chronic disease. Known by its Latin name, curcumin, turmeric shows promise as an antifungal for Candida as well as many other fungal infections. According to the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, the herb turme ...   read more



 
Turmeric   7 y  
20 Health Benefits of Turmeric The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin. Tumeric has been used for over 2500 years in India, where it was most likely first used as a dye.
 
The medicinal properties of this spice have been slowly revealing themselves over the centuries. Long known for its anti-inflammatory properties, recent research has revealed that turmeric is a natural wonder, proving beneficial in the treatment of many different health conditions from cancer to Alzheimer’s disease. Here are 20 reasons to add turmeric to your diet: 1. It is a natural antiseptic and antibacterial agent, useful in disinfecting cuts and burns. 2. When combined with cauliflower, it has shown to prevent prostate cancer and stop the growth of existing prostate cance ...   read more



 
Turmeric/ Gallbladder   10 y  
Turmeric The most active component in Turmeric is curcumin and it is useful for treating liver and gallbladder problems, relieving liver damage, and for stimulating the production of bile. Curcumin has good antioxidant activity, comparing well with vitamin C. It is interesting to note that curcumin has good anti-inflammatory activity that is comparable to steroidal and non-steroidal drugs.
 
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Turmeric Folliculitis   10 y  
The folliculitis causes about 1cm wide spots, filled with puss, very sore, and they are slowly joining together.
 
The folliculitis causes about 1cm wide spots, filled with puss, very sore, and they are slowly joining together. From 3 days ago, I tried a teaspoon of tumeric, mixed in a little cold water, 3 times a day. The results are amazing. When I tried anti b’s, I would see no results for 5-6 days. With turmeric, within 24hrs, my swelling had halved, and now, 4 days later, although I still have the red marks, the swelling has gone, 100%. I’m amazed, and the happiest man on earth! I’m sure it will not cure me, but the pain and irritation relief is unbelievable. I hope it continues, and if a ...   read more



 
Turmeric for Gallstones and more   11 y  
Here's yet another thing that curcumin does: it has been proven to increase the solubility of bile, that is, it makes it dissolve more easily. Bile is a fluid produced by the liver that helps you digest fats, but when the liver or gall bladder becomes congested, this fluid can harden, forming gall stones. Taking turmeric daily has been shown to eliminate up to 80% of gall stones in just a few weeks. It will also help prevent them from forming in the first place.
 
Turmeric: Better Than Celebrex Turmeric (Curcuma longa), besides being a popular curry spice, is also a COX 2 inhibitor, that is, it inhibits the action of an enzyme called cyclooxygenase-2 which is partly responsible for the pain of arthritis, so it can be used as an effective (and much safer substitute for the arthritis drug “Celebrex“ and other similar drugs. It also contains a substance called curcumin which decreases amounts of prostaglandins (involved in the transmission of pain signals) and stimulates the adrenal glands to release natural cortisone, which also reduces ...   read more



 
Tumeric: Powerful Anti-Inflamatory   11 y  
Turmeric In Ayurvedic medicine (traditional Indian medicine), turmeric rhizome has been used for centuries internally as a tonic for the stomach and liver and as a blood purifier, and externally in the treatment and prevention of skin diseases and in arthritic complaints.(13) The laboratory and clinical research indicates that turmeric and its phenolics have unique antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.(14) The anti-inflammatory strength of turmeric is comparable to steroidal drugs such as indomethacin.(15)
 
Turmeric has been reported to be anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant.(13) Curcuminoids reportedly inhibit enzymes which participate in the synthesis of inflammatory substances (leukotrienes and prostaglandins) derived from arachidonic acid, and it is claimed they are comparable in activity to the NSAID.(16) In a double-blind study of individuals with rheumatoid arthritis, curcumin produced significant improvement in all subjects.(15) Turmeric is also claimed to inhibit platelet aggregation.(17) Curcumin reportedly has a similar action to that of aspirin and aspirin-like a ...   read more



 
Prostate Cancer: Turmeric   11 y  
The anti-cancer effects of turmeric and curcumin have been demonstrated at all steps of cancer formation: initiation, promotion and progression. In addition to inhibiting the development of cancer, data obtained from several studies suggest that curcumin can also promote cancer regression when cancer is present. The protective effects of curcumin are only partially explained by its direct antioxidant effect. Other anti-cancer effects noted include the ability to: inhibit the formation of cancer-causing nitrosamines; enhance the body's levels of anti-cancer compounds such as glutathione; and promote the proper detoxification of cancer-causing compounds by the liver. Animal studies have shown that curcumin causes a marked decrease in the extent of prostate cell proliferation and a significant increase in prostate cancer cell apoptosis (death). The authors suggest that curcumin could be a potentially therapeutic anti-cancer agent, as it significantly inhibits prostate cancer growth.
 
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Turmeric Reduces Blood Sugar Levels in Diabetic Rats   11 y  
Curcuma longa (Turmeric) In a research study of the effect of turmeric(Curcuma longa) and its active principle, curcumin, on diabetes mellitus in an Alloxan induced diabetic rat model. Administration of turmeric or curcumin to diabetic rats reduced the blood sugar, Hb and glycosylated hemoglobin levels significantly. Turmeric and curcumin supplementation also reduced the oxidative stress encountered by the diabetic rats. This was demonstrated by the lower levels of TBARS (thiobarbituric acid reactive substances), which may have been due to the decreased influx of glucose into the polyol pathway leading to an increased NADPH/NADP ratio and elevated activity of the potent antioxdiant enzyme GPx. Moreover, the activity of SDH (sorbitol dehydrogenase), which catalyzes the conversion of sorbitol to fructose, was lowered significantly on treatment with turmeric or curcumin.13
 
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Turmeric: Chron's Disease   11 y  
Healthnotes Newswire (December 15, 2005)—The common kitchen spice turmeric may hold the key to turning off inflammation in the gut, reports Digestive Diseases and Sciences (2005;50:2191–3).
 
Fire in the Belly: Turmeric May Relieve Intestinal Inflammation By Jeremy Appleton, ND, CNS Healthnotes Newswire (December 15, 2005)—The common kitchen spice turmeric may hold the key to turning off inflammation in the gut, reports Digestive Diseases and Sciences (2005;50:2191–3). Turmeric has a centuries-long history of use in traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medical systems. In Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric is used to treat many conditions, including poor vision, rheumatic pains, and coughs, and to increase milk production. Native peoples of the Pacific used turmeric for ...   read more



 
Scabies: Turmeric & Neem Oil   11 y  
Ayurvedic medicine Research Ayurvedic treatment & Chronic Ulcers and Scabies Researchers at the Medical and Cancer Research and Treatment Centre, Nagercoil, India have used Ayurvedic medical herbs Azadirachta indica ('Neem') and Curcuma longa ('Turmeric') to help heal chronic ulcers and scabies. The 'Neem' and 'Turmeric' was used as a paste for the treatment of scabies in 814 people. In 97% of cases cure was obtained within 3 to 15 days of treatment. These results indicate that 'Neem' and 'Turmeric' offer a very cheap, easily available, effective and acceptable mode of treatment for the villagers in the developing countries. No toxic or adverse reactions were noticed, so far. However, further research is needed. Charles V; Charles SX The use and efficacy of Azadirachta indica ADR ('Neem') and Curcuma longa ('Turmeric') in scabies. A pilot study. Trop Geogr Med (Netherlands) Jan 1992, 44 (1-2) p178-81
 
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Turmeric for Cancer   11 y  
There are also test-tube and animal studies showing a cancer-preventing action of curcumin. In one of these studies, curcumin effectively inhibited metastasis (uncontrolled spread) of melanoma (skin cancer) cells.6 This may be due to its antioxidant activity in the body.
 
Historical or traditional use (may or may not be supported by scientific studies) In Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric was prescribed for treatment of many conditions, including poor vision, rheumatic pains, and coughs, and to increase milk production. Native peoples of the Pacific sprinkled the dust on their shoulders during ceremonial dances and used it for numerous medical problems ranging from constipation to skin diseases. Turmeric was used for numerous intestinal infections and ailments in Southeast Asia. Top Active constituents The active constituent is known as curcumin. It has ...   read more



 
Turmeric: Dyspepsia Double-Blind Study placebo controlled study   11 y  
Dyspepsia A double-blind placebo-controlled study including 106 people compared the effects of 500 mg curcumin 4 times daily against placebo (as well as against a locally popular over the counter treatment). After 7 days, 87% percent of the curcumin group experienced full or partial symptom relief from dyspepsia as compared to 53% of the placebo group.13 Dosage
 
Turmeric is a widely used tropical herb in the ginger family. Its stalk is used both in food and medicine, yielding the familiar yellow ingredient that colors and adds flavor to curry. In the traditional Indian system of herbal medicine known as Ayurveda, turmeric is believed to strengthen the overall energy of the body, relieve gas, dispel worms, improve digestion, regulate menstruation, dissolve gallstones, and relieve arthritis, among other uses. Modern interest in turmeric began in 1971 when Indian researchers found evidence suggesting that turmeric may possess anti-inflammatory pro ...   read more



 
Turmeric Prevents Alzheimer's....Parkinson's?   11 y  
Turmeric May Help Prevent Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases An ancient remedy may enliven your brain as well as your food he spice of life - how many times have you heard that term applied to something especially nice? It might be chocolate truffles, or the music of Mozart, or playing with children. Part of the spice of life, of course, is that there are so many different spices to choose from, both figuratively and literally. On the literal side, there are food spices galore in many parts of the world, especially Southeast Asia, which is particularly rich in these botanical treasures. One of them, turmeric, has actually been called "the spice of life" since ancient times.1
 
Turmeric Prevents Alzheimer’s....Parkinson’s? Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties have aroused great interest, as well as its effects on cholesterol and cancer. Southeast Asia is the fabled source of the spices that Marco Polo and those who followed him brought back to Europe to enliven the dull fare that had been eaten there for millennia (they didn’t even have pizza, if you can imagine that). The people of Europe - the wealthy ones, anyway - became wildly enamored of spices, which were more highly prized than gold and jewels for as long as they remained rare. Eventually ...   read more



 
Turmeric is a plant in the ginger family   11 y  
Turmeric is a widely used tropical herb in the ginger family. Its stalk is used both in food and medicine, yielding the familiar yellow ingredient that colors and adds flavor to curry. In the traditional Indian system of herbal medicine known as Ayurveda, turmeric is believed to strengthen the overall energy of the body, relieve gas, dispel worms, improve digestion, regulate menstruation, dissolve gallstones, and relieve arthritis, among other uses.
 
Modern interest in turmeric began in 1971 when Indian researchers found evidence suggesting that turmeric may possess anti-inflammatory properties. Much of this observed activity appeared to be due to the presence of a constituent called curcumin. 1 Curcumin is also an antioxidant. 2 Many of the studies mentioned in this article used curcumin rather than turmeric. What Is Turmeric Used for Today? Turmeric’s antioxidant abilities make it a good food preservative, provided that the food is already yellow in color, and it is widely used for this purpose. Turmeric has been proposed as a ...   read more



 
The Health Benefits of Turmeric   11 y  
turmeric What Is It? Health Benefits Forms Dosage Information Guidelines for Use General Interaction Possible Side Effects Cautions
 
What Is It? Although best known as a spice that gives a distinctive flavor and yellow color to curry powder and mustard, turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a member of the ginger family and has long been used for healing. Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, and other traditional medicine systems practiced in India have relied on this pungent spice for centuries, and so it’s not surprising that the Asian subcontinent is where the most intensive research about this herb has been conducted. The plant’s healing properties reside in its fingerlike stalk, which is scalded and then dried for medicinal prepar ...   read more



 
Turmeric/Curcumin   11 y  
Several early animal and laboratory studies report anti-cancer (colon, skin, breast) properties of curcumin. Many mechanisms have been considered, including antioxidant activity, anti-angiogenesis (prevention of new blood vessel growth), and direct effects on cancer cells. Currently it remains unclear if turmeric or curcumin has a role in preventing or treating human cancers. There are several ongoing studies in this area. C Dyspepsia (heartburn)
 
Turmeric (Curcuma longa Linn.) and Curcumin The rhizome (root) of turmeric ( Curcuma longa Linn.) has long been used in traditional Asian medicine to treat gastrointestinal upset, arthritic pain, and ”low energy.” Laboratory and animal research has demonstrated anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties of turmeric and its constituent curcumin. Preliminary human evidence, albeit poor quality, suggests possible efficacy in the management of dyspepsia (heartburn), hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), and scabies (when used on the skin). However, due to methodological weaknes ...   read more



 
Turmeric for Gallbladder   11 y  
The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, which has been the subject of numerous animal studies—but as of yet, very few studies on people—demonstrating various medicinal properties. Curcumin has been shown, for example, to stimulate the production of bile and to facilitate the emptying of the gallbladder. It has also demonstrated in animals a protective effect on the liver, anti-tumor action, and ability to reduce inflammation and fight certain infections.
 
Over the last several years, there has been increasing interest in turmeric and its medicinal properties. This is partially evidenced by the large numbers of scientific studies published on this topic. Turmeric (Curcuma longa), a flowering plant in the ginger family, is widely used as a food coloring and is one of the principal ingredients in curry powder. Turmeric has long been used in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine as an anti-inflammatory, to treat digestive disorders and liver problems, and for the treatment of skin diseases and wound healing. The active ingredient in turmeric is c ...   read more



 
Turmeric in Double Blind Studies   11 y  
Tumeric in Double Blind Studies
 
Active constituents The active constituent is known as curcumin. It has been shown to have a wide range of therapeutic actions. First, it protects against free radical damage because it is a strong antioxidant.1 2 Second, it reduces inflammation by lowering histamine levels and possibly by increasing production of natural cortisone by the adrenal glands.3 Third, it protects the liver from a number of toxic compounds.4 Fourth, it has been shown to reduce platelets from clumping together, which in turn improves circulation and may help protect against atherosclerosis.5 There are also test ...   read more



 
Turmeric extract may improve irritable bowel syndrome   11 y  
Turmeric extract may improve irritable bowel syndrome
 
YBundy R, Walker AF, Middleton RW, Booth J. ”Turmeric extract may improve irritable bowel syndrome symptomology in otherwise healthy adults: a pilot study.” Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine. 10(6):1015-8, 2004 This pilot study was undertaken to evaluate the effects of turmeric (Curcuma longa) extract on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in otherwise healthy adults. Two hundred and seven (207) people received either one or two tablets of a standardized turmeric extract daily for 8 weeks. Outcome measures included IBS prevalence, symptom-related quality of life and self-reported ...   read more



 
 

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