Turmeric: for Arthritis (Joint Pain)


The benefits of using turmeric for arthritis.

1. Turmeric is an ancient spice which has been used for over 4000 years In Asia to treat all kinds of bodily infections, diseases and ailments.

This is usually purchased in a yellow powdered form of the root of the turmeric plant.

2. Arthritis is a common problem where inflammation begins to cause problems for the muscles and joints around the body. This can be extremely painful, but the good news is that turmeric can help

3. Turmeric was traditionally used in ancient Chinese and Indian Ayruvedic medicine to treat arthritis because of the wonderful active compound it contains called curcumin.

4. The curcumin with turmeric is an extremely powerful natural medicine and works to reduce inflammation throughout the body, including the muscles and joints.

5. Using turmeric powder either in a glass of water every day, or sprinkled over foods can have a dramatic effect on reducing pain from Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. If you do not like the taste, you can purchase turmeric capsules and take 3 times per day. 

6. Turmeric has a cleansing effect on the entire body and works to destroy harmful pathogens and free radicals. This effectively enhances the health of the internal organs, especially the pancreas.

7. Turmeric can be drank in the form of a tea, added to curries, used as a marinate for meats and is absolutely delicious.

8. This can work a lot better than anti-inflammatory drugs as it is completely natural and has less of a stressful impact on the body. 

9. To learn more about arthritis, digestion and healthy spices, be sure to see our channel. 

10. Turmeric also has a great range of other health benefits, for the heart and overall body. These are discussed in our other video entitled "Turmeric Water: Everyday".  Be sure to see this to learn more.

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