6 magical curative effects of turmeric
Turmeric provides a lot of healthy nutrients like protein, fiber, niacin, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, sodium, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium and zinc.
It is commonly used as a seasoning for dishes. Moreover, turmeric also contains many substances such as antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-cancer, anti-mutagenic and anti-inflammatory.
Therefore, it is widely used for medicinal purposes.
The amazing benefit of turmeric is that it can help treat depression.
Turmeric has long been used in Chinese medicine and Indian Ayuverdic practices to treat depression.
Turmeric is beneficial in reducing symptoms of stress-related depression.
Thanks to the antibacterial and antiseptic properties contained in turmeric, acne can be effectively regulated and alleviated.
For those with overly oily skin, regular use of turmeric can help control oil secretion on the skin as well as make acne scars fade and disappear over time.
Just mix a little turmeric powder with sandalwood powder and a small amount of lemon juice and you have an inexpensive but extremely effective treatment.
Every night before going to bed, ladies, take a few minutes to apply a mask. It is recommended to wait for the mask to dry and then rinse with cold water to avoid skin infection.
Turmeric helps to stop bleeding very quickly, moreover it has antibacterial properties, helping to prevent infection.
When there are stab wounds or cuts in limbs… pour turmeric powder on the wound, then use gauze to cover it and gently press on the injured area to stop the bleeding. Severe cases require immediate medical attention.
Curcumin (the main active ingredient in turmeric) has significant potential as an anti-tumor agent.
There is much proof in documents that shows the incidence and mortality rates of common diseases such as prostate, colon and lung cancers.. are significantly lower in India than in Western countries like the United States.
The lower percentage of cancer in India has been attributed to the high consumption of curcumin (in turmeric) by the Indian population.
Of course, other components of their diet such as garlic, ginger, onions, tomatoes, vegetables, peppers, green tea… can also play an important role in their abilities to fight against cancer.
Prevent heart disease
You can reduce harmful cholesterol levels in your blood and potentially prevent atherosclerosis with turmeric
Turmeric is effective in reducing pain when you suffer from inflammatory arthritis.