How Taking Turmeric Helps Your Body Block Fat and Your Liver Remove Toxins as Fast as Possible

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

uses for turmeric

Turmeric, “the golden spice”, is a staple in India and surrounding regions. As of late, it’s becoming increasingly popular in western countries due to its versatility and healing benefits. It’s actually the star spice in curry powder.

Cousin to the ginger root, turmeric can help relieve gas, kill worms, improve digestion, regulate menstruation, dissolve gallstones, and relieve arthritis. It can also be used to treat problem skin and disinfect cuts, burns, and bruises (1).

Here are 5 other incredible benefits of this powerful spice.


6 Main Uses for Turmeric

Who knew this spice could do so much?

1. Liver Detoxifier

Curcumin, the most well-known compound in turmeric has many liver-healing and hepatoprotective abilities. In on study, researchers found that fermented turmeric could treat mild to moderately elevated alanine aminotransferase (ALT) levels, which can signify liver damage and/or dysfunction (2).

According to the scientific journal Liver International “The curcumin ability to inhibit several factors like nuclear factor-kappaB, which modulates several proinflammatory and profibrotic cytokines as well as its anti-oxidant properties, provide a rational molecular basis to use it in hepatic disorders.

Curcumin attenuates liver injury induced by ethanol, thioacetamide, iron overdose, cholestasis and acute, subchronic and chronic carbon tetrachloride (CCl(4)) intoxication; moreover, it reverses CCl(4) cirrhosis to some extent.” (3)

The spice is also beneficial in the treatment of jaundice and other liver problems (4).