Fighting cancer: Curcumin Tumeric

 Fighting cancer – Turmeric Health Benefits –

Turmeric root sliced open The key to turmeric’s healing power is the chemical compound curcumin for fighting cancer. Nearly 7,000 peer-reviewed scientific articles are published evaluating its effectiveness, and although some side effects are reported, the resounding feedback from the research community is that turmeric and its primary component, curcumin, hold some profound healing benefits for the entire body. Take, for instance, just a few of the most recent research studies published within the past few months showing that curcumin can:

Increase lifespan. (1)
Protect the liver oxidative stress. (2)
Kill fungus more effectively than ginger, clove and oregano. (3)
Induce tumor cell death in the deepest parts of individual cells. (4)
Kill bladder cancer cells. (5)
Destroy lung cancer cells. (6)
Lower blood cholesterol levels. (7)
Protect against cognitive/memory defects from heavy ion irradiation. (8)

Curcumin for Cancer

curcumin for cancerRecent studies show turmeric is a powerful adversary to cancer. Curcumin shows a marked ability to inhibit cancer cell growth, boost antioxidant levels and the immune system, and kill cancer cells. It seems to work on improving mitochondrial function at a cellular level, and it improves metabolism. Even against drug-resistant strains of leukemia, curcumin caused cell death of cancer cells

 

Reference : Dr Axe www.draxe.com

Turmeric vs. Modern Medicine

Different pills and tablets on wooden spoons Turmeric curcumin for cancer is so effective at managing these health concerns that after examining the research, I found that turmeric
benefits go well beyond that of these 10 drugs
:

  • Anti-inflammatories
  • Anti-depressants (Prozac)
  • Chemotherapy
  • Anti-coagulants (aspirin)
  • Pain killers
  • Diabetes drugs (Metformin)
  • Arthritis medications
  • Inflammatory bowel disease drugs
  • Cholesterol drugs (Lipitor)
  • Steroids

 

 

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