by Dr. Victor Marchione
If you like curries and food with a little kick to it, youre likely familiar with turmeric. Turmeric is also what makes mustard yellow. It has a warm, peppery, and bitter flavor.
Its been used for a long time in ancient Chinese and Indian medicine as an anti-inflammatory, and there have been a number of discoveries linking it to other healing benefits.
The active ingredient that seems to provide turmeric with a number of potential healing abilities is curcumin, an antioxidant present in high amounts in turmeric.
A new study published in the journal Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry indicates that turmeric might provide therapeutic benefits in reversing age-related cerebrovascular dysfunction. In fact, the team went as far as saying that turmeric could be an effective strategy to stop or reverse the condition and the concerns that come along with it.
Cerebrovascular dysfunction (or disease) is a group of conditions that impact …
Spices add so much flavour and can make a meal into a lovely taste sensation but did you know spices also have a long list of health benefits? Spices can offer potential cancer reducing properties, reduced pain, improve cardiovascular health, possess anti-microbial benefits and they also contain vitamins, minerals & powerful anti-oxidants. In herbal medicine we use spices often for all sorts of health ailments which can be given through diet as fresh or dried, liquid herbal tinctures, powders or tablets. Spices are wonderful power houses of specialised nutrients that can support the body through a series of actions that are anti-aging and reduce degenerative inflammatory diseases.
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