The spice Turmeric contains an important substance called Curcumin. Curcumin has been used for thousands of years in Asia to help treat a variety of conditions. For optimal beneficial benefits, recommendations are that Curcumin extract is the form in which it is consumed when using Turmeric. Additionally, due to poor absorption in the bloodstream, when combined with Piperine (black pepper), the absorption of the curcumin can be increased by upwards of 2000%
Curcumin is a biologically active substance, playing a role in disrupting the inflammatory response in the body at the molecular level. Additionally, studies have shown that Curcumin from Turmeric provides numerous other benefits for our bodies.
- Improve depression.
- Increases the antioxidant capacity of the body
- Increases brain levels of factors to defend against various neurodegenerative conditions
- Lowering the risk of heart disease by improving endothelial function.
- Help in the fight against cancer
o studies have demonstrated Curcumin can help reduce the growth of new blood vessels and tumors, limit the spread of cancer (metastasis), and even play a role in contributing to the death of cancer cells.
Adding Turmeric to our CBD-Body Re-leaf blend takes advantage of Turmeric’s powerful multifaceted anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to aid in the management of numerous painful conditions. In addition to the benefits for pain and inflammation, numerous other medical benefits are possible at the same time.
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