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Health Benefits of Turmeric Curcumin from Genus Serum

Curcumin has been used for many centuries in India and Asia because of its numerous potential benefits. Curcumin has been used since ancient times to treat disorders from arthritis and digestive problems, to urinary complaints. It was also used to treat “low energy” and a variety of skin and wound conditions.

There are thousands of research papers written on the potential medical benefit of Curcumin. These studies have shown that Curcumin may have the following properties:

  • Curcumin might be efficient in treating cancer, especially those affecting the breast, prostate, lungs, and gastrointestinal tract.
  • Lower cholesterol andblood sugar levels, thereby stopping medical conditions like heart diseases and diabetes.
  • Manage inflammatory diseases like asthma, colitis, arthritis, and so forth.
  • Being a superb anti-inflammatory agent, curcumin is considered as a safe option to commercially available painkillers.
  • Curcumin also include anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
  • Beneficial for treating gastrointestinal disorders.

Curcumin is a known antioxidant which inherently has many health benefits This is due to the ability of antioxidants to neutralize and counteract free radicals. Free radicals are chemicals produced by the body during normal functions and by external factors such as pollution. Free radicals can cause many problems in the body including inflammation and swelling and possibly promoting cancer growth. Curcumin, due to its antioxidant activity, may prevent some of these serious health problems.

Curcumin has been studied extensively regarding its role in preventing and treating cancer. Curcumin may help prevent and treat cancer by several mechanisms. First, it may help block certain dangerous chemicals’ cancer causing effects. Also, Curcumin may block the growth of cancer cells. Additionally, Curcumin may stop the growth of blood vessels into tumors which in turn prevents the tumors from growing.

Angiogenesis is the scientific term meaning the process which a tumor uses to promote blood vessels growing into a tumor. This allows the tumor or cancer to spread. Curcumin has been found to block this blood vessel formation in two ways. It can block the blood vessel formation directly or indirectly by affecting the enzymes used in the blood vessel formation process.

It is also believed that Curcumin can cause cancer cells to “self-destruct” and can also prevent cancer cells from multiplying. Under normal circumstances, the body attempts to rid itself of abnormal cells such as cancer cells through a process known as “apoptosis”. In many cases, cancer cells can attempt to prevent apoptosis. Curcumin overrides the cancer cells and causes them to “self-destruct.”

Additionally, Curcumin may help prevent Alzheimers disease. Alzheimer’s disease is due, in part, to the accumulation of amyloid, a protein, in the brain. Research studies have shown that Curcumin directly decreases amyloid accumulation. Curcumin also helps with arthritis by reducing the COX-2 enzyme in the body. By inhibiting this enzyme Curcumin decreases the pain and swelling of arthritis.

It is difficult to obtain enough Curcumin to realize these health benefits through normal diet alone. Many of the studies have been based on people who receive Curcumin through a nutritional supplement. Nutritionalsupplements can provide a significant amount of Curcumin that most people cannot receive from their normal eating.

In regions like India and Asia it was believed that Curcumin cured a variety of ailments. Today, the most promising health benefits of Curcumin are attributed to its ability to defend against free radicals and slow or prevent oxidative stress. There are many possible Curcumin benefits, and it has tremendous potential for health improvement.