Using Turmeric Root, An Immune Boosting Natural Anti-Inflammatory

SuperfoodEvolution
Published on Feb 24, 2015

Turmeric root is one of those ordinary spices you wouldn’t normally think to call a superfood, but this curcumin containing rhyzome is actually full of health enhancing properties and one of the most extensively researched herbs around. Turmeric offers a potent source of antioxidant-rich compounds as well as antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal properties. Consuming the fresh root or powder is a simple and effective way to re-boost immune health and other evidence suggests its specific usefulness as anti-inflammatory, helpful as an herbal remedy for muscle soreness and digestive disorders.

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