10 Ways Turmeric Might Be Superior To Modern Medicine

Turmeric is one of the most popular roots
nowadays, not just to cook with but also due to its many health benefits. This spice, a member of the ginger family,
has been used for over 4000 years in the Middle East and Asia and its consumption has been
tied to lower cancer rates in countries like India. Its qualities and health benefits are mainly
due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action. It’s even proven to be superior to antibiotics. In today’s video we’re going to show you 10
reasons why turmeric is superior to modern medicine: Depression
Depression is considered to be the evil of the century and its effects go far beyond
feeling sad or distressed. This disorder can even affect the immune system
and favor the onset of inflammatory processes. In general, depression is treated through
psychological counseling and prescription medications such as fluoxetine, but one study
shows that turmeric had better results than fluoxetine in depression’s treatment. Cancer
Over the years, many studies have shown that the active property in turmeric is able to
keep cancer cells from developing and growing. Turmeric has been linked to the prevention
of various types of cancer, including breast, lung, stomach, liver, and colon cancer. Pain
Chronic pain is one of the main reasons people take prescription drugs. The problem is that these medicines can help
fight pain, but they can have negative consequences for your health in the long run. Studies indicate that turmeric is effective
in relieving pain, taking action superior to that of medicines such as aspirin and ibuprofen. Arthritis
The anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric can be especially helpful for people with
arthritis. This includes both degenerative arthritis
(osteoarthritis) and inflammatory arthritis. Heart diseases
Turmeric can also help strengthen your heart because it has a positive effect on your heart,
arteries, veins and lymphatic vessels, contributing to the regulation of blood pressure and coagulation. Brain diseases
Neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s have been linked to low levels of a neurological
growth hormone. Turmeric has the ability to raise levels of
this hormone, delay its onset, and improve the memory and cognitive capacity of the brain. PMS
One study has shown that turmeric is effective in relieving symptoms common in premenstrual
tension. Skin problems
Turmeric is a widely used ingredient in beauty treatments, great at reducing acne, dry skin,
oily skin, and even helping reduce the signs of aging and wrinkles. It is excellent for treating stretch marks,
alopecia, psoriasis, burns, and even helps to eliminate facial hair. Irritable bowel syndrome
One study has shown that the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric have also proven to
be beneficial in reducing the symptoms of IBS and these effects may also extend to other
digestive disorders such as ulcerative colitis. Inflammatory processes
A poor diet and unhealthy lifestyle habits can contribute to the onset of chronic inflammatory
processes, which in turn contribute to heart disease, diabetes, joint problems and more. Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of turmeric
is its potent anti-inflammatory action, which makes this root an excellent ally in combating
inflammation without bringing the undesirable effects found in the remedies prescribed for
that purpose.

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