Turmeric – Curcuma longa (ginger family)
Parts Used – Organic Roots
Planetary Influence – Moon
Day of Week – Monday
Turmeric is from the ginger family and is also known as Haridra or Haldi. It holds a place of honor in Ayurvedic medicine. One if its main healing component is curcumin.
Turmeric is warm, bitter, pungent, astringent. It is a carminative, vulnerary, antiseptic, and antibacterial. It reduces Kapha & Vatha and increases Pitta.
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- Skin disorders, wounds, and bruises. Ringworm and leprosy
- Diabetes, poor circulation, anemia, and anorexia
- For arthritis and osteoarthritis (especially knees)
- Asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, runny nose, sneezing and itching
- Reduces depression for people already using an antidepressant
- Reduces high cholesterol or other lipids in the blood and lowers triglycerides
- Aids nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
- Inflammation and mouth sores (including sores for radiation therapy)
- Some studies suggest it may work against breast, lung, prostate and colon cancers. More research is needed to confirm these results.
- Circulatory, blood purifying, liver stimulant
- Antiseptic and antiparasitic
- For gastrointestinal issues
$44 per bottle
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Start once a day with 2-3 drops on the back of the left hand, dissolved in water, or under the tongue.
*Warnings & Possible Side Effects
Safe for short-term use up to 2-3 months
Do not use if you have hepatitis or gallbladder issues
May cause liver damage in high amounts
May lower blood sugar
May slow clotting – stop using at least two weeks before surgery
May reduce fertility.
Do not use if you have a hormonal condition, are pregnant or breastfeeding
Do not take if you are on anticoagulants, medication for diabetes, Talinolol, Sulfasalazine, Tacrolimus, Warfarin, cancer medications, Norvasc or hepatotoxic drugs.
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If you have a medical emergency, please contact your health care professional.
Please confer with your health care professional before taking.
Not all of the uses listed above have been subject to modern clinical studies and are for research purposes only