Turmeric is spice, medicinal plant and Kratom booster

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Turmeric a very diverse, coming from South Asia, spice and herb. It belongs to the ginger plants and the powdered, dried root powder is often used in curry dishes because of its taste, but has also some very positive effects on the health due to its high content of essential oils (up to 5%)!

The rhizome of the saffron robe is very similar in appearance to a ginger rhizome, but differs due to its deep yellow to orange color.

Uses of turmeric

As mentioned above, turmeric is used as a spice, especially in Asian and Indian cuisine with curry dishes. In Asia, the fresh, coiled turmeric root is used, in India the dried root powder. It has a saffron-like taste, which also reminds a little of plastic. Because the orange color is turmeric also used as a vegetable coloring agent.

Effects of turmeric as medicinal plant

The probably most important curative effect of the turmeric is the cancer inhibiting. This has been proven in some studies, turmeric can be proven to help with colorectal cancer and prevent the prevention, metastases that arise in breast cancer and also have a positive effect on prostate cancer. It cannot be ruled out that other types of cancer can also be suppressed by turmeric.

Furthermore, the ingredients of this plant have anti-inflammatory, gall-driving, gastric juice-driving, antiseptic, blood pressure-lowering, blood-sucking, cholesterol-lowering and antioxidant effect. Because of the antioxidant effect, turmeric protects the liver and protects the cells from free radicals that contribute to the wear and tear of these. The circulation is stimulated, which is why consumption also accelerates the healing of the wound. Sometimes a slight pain is reported.

There is a suspicion that turmeric acts as a weak MAOI inhibitor. This would explain why some consumers of the saffron sprout also have an antidepressant, mood-lightening effect and also why this plant can enhance the effect of the opioid Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa).

A major application of turmeric are digestive problems. It has a very anti-digestive effect and helps with inflammation of the intestines and other intestinal and gall-like diseases. There are several other diseases where the turmeric is useful how much the healing effect is, however, is not yet assured.

Areas of use include …

  • Psoriasis
  • Too high blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Alzheimer
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Arthritis
  • Other viral infections

Dosage of turmeric and Kratom

The dose depends on what effect you want to achieve. For the antioxidant, anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory effect you should take 3-5g daily, this can be divided to as many receipts a day as you want, a single intake of the whole lot is enough.

For the Kratom euphoria effect, 1-3g, just as for the gastric juices and gall drifting.

Turmeric Ingredients / active ingredients

The curcuminoids are responsible for the positive effects of turmeric, which are also responsible for the deep yellow color of the root. Curcuminoids include curcumin, cyclocurcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin, demethoxycurcumin. Also in the dried root up to 5% essential oil, vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, C & E, calcium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, potassium, selenium, zinc, chromium, resin, cineol & other terpenes, terpineol, Pinene, beta carotene, caryophyllene, cinnamon, coffee and cumaric acid, eugenol, guajacol, azulene, borneol, phellandrene, sabine, linalool, limonene, starch and a few more!

Side effects and risks of turmeric

The saffron robe is generally considered a very tolerable medicinal plant. However, there may be an isolated allergic reaction / hypersensitivity, so you should not take too high doses of turmeric without having used your body and waiting for side effects.

In addition, one should avoid this plant with bile closure and bile stones. Over a turmeric, overdosing is not known, just in combination with Kratom, however, one should not take strong extracts, since because of the presumed MAO-inhibition can lead to unpleasant or even dangerous interactions!

Written by Alex

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