Turmeric contains rich amounts of useful antioxidants and vitamins. It is rich in vitamins C, E and K. Vitamin K is known to have a blood-clotting effect and is an important stimulant of the body’s more potent antioxidant glutathione.
The following properties of turmeric have been observed as a medicinal plant:
- Natural cold preventer.
- Natural antiseptic, helps with infections, heartburn and ulcers.
- In addition to its antibacterial properties, turmeric is a natural analgesic.
- Curcumin lowers harmful cholesterol levels and inhibits blood clotting by blocking the production of
- Turmeric lowers blood fat levels and helps regulate metabolism and is an appetite depressant.
- Turmeric helps clean the liver.
- In China, turmeric has been used as an antidepressant for centuries.
- Curcumin is used successfully in inflammatory skin diseases.
- Turmeric has the effect of accelerating wound healing and skin regeneration.
- The anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin show an excellent effect in the treatment of diseases
with systemic inflammation.
- Turmeric is a great help in alleviating digestive problems.
- Turmeric improves digestion and absorption of proteins.
Adding turmeric to your diet is the easiest way to cleanse your body and get rid of toxins.
Separately, the behavior of turmeric as an adaptogen may be emphasized
The discovery and adoption of adaptogens by modern science is a relatively new phenomenon. The use of this type of medicine in traditional herbal remedies such as Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine has been known for millennia.
Effect of adaptogens
- They help the body to balance and reduce physiological and psychological stress stimuli.
- Adaptogens help the body adapt to changes, for example, when your immune system is working at
excessive voltage, adaptagens adjust it downward, or too slowly, upward. They work as a two-way
- Adaptogens also do not negatively affect our body’s homeostasis, they are safe and do not interfere
with normal body functions more than desired.
- Traditional Chinese medicine views stress and our internal self-care system as a system of equilibrium that is constantly evolving. Adaptogens maintain the equilibrium of our physiological system, avoiding excess and malfunctioning (Yin-Yang theory). The fact that some plants are adaptogens is only one aspect of their evaluation. In addition to being an adaptogen, each plant has its own functions.