Turmeric : The Natural Healer

Ayurveda is the best home remedy for many diseases. Many herbs and plants are used to cure disease. Even centuries back it was Ayurveda the ultimate healer for all. And among all Turmeric is extensively used as in Ayurveda. Turmeric has always proved to be the best treatment of sprains and swellings since centuries. In this post, I will share a list of healing properties of Turmeric.

Tumeric and its Medicinal use

Healing Turmeric

Turmeric

Derive from curcumin used for food coloring and also responsible for the yellow color of turmeric researches have proved turmeric has the potential for the treatment of various diseases from cancer to Alzheimer’s. Once you know this magic spice you will realize why yellow curry is frequently available in the kitchen.

As per SindhToday (Online Sindh Newspaper) dated 28th Oct 2009 turmeric can help in fighting cancer. As per Dr. Lesley Walker, director of cancer information at Cancer Research UK the natural chemicals found in this wonder spice could be the path to the new treatments for oesophageal cancer.

Healing properties of Turmeric

Turmeric plays the most active part in the treatment of the main organs like skin, heart, liver, and lung. It is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, a stimulant. The advantages are numberless. In general, turmeric helps in reducing fever, diarrhea, and urinary disorders. It purifies the uterus and breast milk and regularises the reproductive system in women.

  • Prostate Cancer
  • Skin Cancer
  • Leukemia
  • Multiple Myeloma
  • Metastasis Prevention
  • Cachexia Prevention
  • Chemotherapy Enhancer
  • Alzheimer’s Prevention
  • Eye Health
  • Weight Loss
  • Natural Painkiller & Anti-inflammatory
  • Liver Health
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Psoriasis Help
  • Depression
  • H. Pylori
  • Better Sleep
  • Antibacterial

If you want to read more about Tumeric, I would suggest you check this website.

Other names of Turmeric

  • Indian Saffron, Tumeric, Yellow Ginger
  • French: curcuma, saffron des Indes
  • German: Gelbwurz
  • Italian; curcuma
  • Spanish: curcuma
  • Arabic: kharkoum
  • Burmese: fa nwin
  • Chinese: wong geung fun
  • Indian: haldee, haldi, huldee, huldie
  • Indonesian: kunjit, kunyit
  • Malay: kunjit
  • Sinhalese: kaha
  • Tamil: munjal
  • Thai: kamin

How do you use Turmeric at home? Let us know in the comments.

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About Nidhi Paul

Who wants to bring Indian culture, Food, and her thoughts together to give the best India has and what we can learn from Indians and Indian aspects.

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