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Curcumin is a tropical plant related to the ginger family and used as a spice in Indian dishes.  As far back as 250 BC it was used in medicine and historically has been prescribed for digestive disorders, inflammation, joint problems, and an aid in healing wounds. 


Emerging studies suggest it helps regulate immune system activity, treatment of allergy, asthma, arthrosclerosis, lung disease, Alzheimer, diabetes, Crohn’s disease, and cancer.  Cancer studies involved bladder, skin, colon, stomach, breast, lungs, intestine, oral cavity, and lymphoma.


It slows the formation of plaque deposits in the brain, also its anti-inflammatory properties may be used for treating Alzheimer’s and heart disease.  Since curcumin is natural its side effects and toxicity are little to none.

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