What is Curcumin

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What is Curcumin

Curcumin is a component of the spice turmeric and is produced from curcuma longa plants.  Curcumin is used as a food flavouring, herbal supplement and used in some cosmetics.

Curcumin is believed to inhibit the activity of a number of inflammatory mediators in the body.  Because of this ability, it is popularly chosen to support joint function.  In addition to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is also known to scavenge free radicals, which may help to protect cells and DNA from oxidative damage.

Curcumin appears to have helped a dying woman win her fight against cancer.

In July 2017 the Daily Mail published an article about a dying woman (Dieneke Ferguson) who turned to turmeric to help her fight cancer…and she appears to have won the battle.

As a result, her case made the pages of the British Medical Journal because it appeared to be keeping her cancer at bay.  Click here to read it.

Dieneke Ferguson was taking this product daily (click to view on Amazon):

Please note: If you are pregnant or taking other medicines, you should seek the advice of your GP before consuming.  You should ask your doctor before starting a new supplement to make sure it’s appropriate for your condition and it won’t interact with any other medications.  Supplements can cause serious health problems if taken inappropriately.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4726136/How-curry-spice-helped-dying-woman-beat-cancer.html#ixzz53Qglwynt
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How to stock up your natural medicine cabinet:

Lemons Asafoetida
Turmeric Oranges
Curcumin Beetroot
Onions Garlic
Aloe Vera Essential Oils
Pineapple Manuka Honey
Coconut Oil