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      turmeric

      Turmeric is a wonderful anti-inflamatory. I cook with it all the time. Now I have to try the smoothie. Thanks for the suggestions all

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      Turmeric indeed has many medicinal properties and I too have been using this for my health.

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      I love trying new cooking ingredients and flavours in food. And the bonus of the medicinal properties. Thanks for tips all!!

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      I've googled this stuff to death and articles contradict themselves! some say it's amazing for liver health and others say it's harsh,blah,blahguess just see what happens
      I have too much shit to do today and tomorrow to drink

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      Hi Pauly
      A few weeks ago I had a really nasty fall that resulted in severe bruising and inflammation that just wouldn't heal. Someone at work told me that their mother had had a lot of success with a turmeric-derived supplement so I bought this:
      http://www.vitalityandwellness.com.a...nalgesic-forte
      and within a few days I had a very noticeable improvement. Of course it could well have been a coincidence and I was on the way to healing anyway, but I didn't have any negative side effects so all I can say is it was worth the try.
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      I recently took up this supplement again and Ilike it it increases sserotonin and dopamine they say,so far so good,my stomach which is chronically poofy from intestine probs is flatter,less gassy/bloated,my eyes are super white(horrible in pics cuz they make my teeth look dull haha) I seem to have more energy, I'll keep taking it waiting for the inflammatory effects to kick in so I can lay off the Advil,the supp I take is curcumin with meriva
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      I just hurt my back and was taking this daily. I am surprised no one has mentioned that black pepper increases the bioavailability of this just. I don't know what is pseudoscience these days, and I just popped 600mg of Ibpruefon for my back, but screw it, I am going to try some and see if it helps. I mean I drank for so long and my liver enzymes always came back fine, if turmeric takes out my liver by all means laugh at my funeral.

      If anyone finds a good ratio of black pepper to turmeric powder that works for them in milk to relieve pain, let me know. I also have cinnamon bark for tea, and would love to add it to my ginseng green tea combo.

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      I quit taking the curcumin with meriva cuz the meriva kind was giving me headaches,now I take Jarrow curcumin 95,I honestly feel like this supplement helped me stay sober for awhile, going off of it was dumb,however I've had some s,e's like insomnia?sweating? But I'm not sure if its this or just me,can't hurt anyways, better than drinking,wish the holistic area was busier
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      Hey Pauly-

      I take turmeric on a daily basis. I have been doing some serious weight lifting and rarely get sore. I attribute that to the anti-inflammatory properties of the turmeric.

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      Brilliant anti inflammatory agent

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