Another Miracle Spice

I often talk about turmeric and I certainly have blogged about it over the last couple of years.  Something happened recently though that made me want to bring it up again.  About a week and a half ago I spent hours and hours cleaning out my garage, moving furniture around and rearranging the attic.  Needless to say, an extreme amount of physical labor was how I spent my weekend.  Mind you, I love physical labor.  It’s great for working the muscles that we don’t get to at the gym.

I must admit however, although I love physical labor, I have had back surgery.  Therefore, I tend to overdo it sometimes and end up with some back pain.  I realized immediately that I might be in for some significant pain so I increased my daily dosages of turmeric.  I make sure every single day that I take turmeric.  I take it for many reasons, but on Sunday I decided to double my dosage.  I usually combine turmeric with cod liver oil or extra virgin olive oil, and then I eat some healthy fats with it i.e. walnuts, almonds or Brazil nuts.  Well, when I decided to increase the dosages, that meant that I combined half a teaspoon of turmeric with a little bit of oil three times a day.

Well, it is a known fact that turmeric is an anti-inflammatory and a fantastic one at that!  I decided to blog about my experience with turmeric this week because, and believe me when I tell you this; I have absolutely zero back pain!  There are many natural remedies for pain, but boy, oh boy, this is a good one.  Turmeric, which is a spice from India and has been around for centuries, has many beneficial qualities such as:

  •  Boosts your immune system against stress
  • Maintains a healthy digestive system
  • Supports healthy bones and skeletal system
  • Supports healthy blood and liver functions
  • Maintains normal cholesterol
  • Is 5 to 8 times more powerful than vitamin E and vitamin C

As you can see, this miracle spice is extraordinary; I keep tons of it in the house so that I never run out.  One of my most favorite benefits of all is that it maintains great elasticity in the skin, and is, of course, a great anti-aging product.

Hey listen, don’t be afraid of turmeric.  It is quite innocuous.  In fact, feel free to sprinkle it on whatever you wish, cook with it, or just make a paste and swallow as I do.  Oh, and please, if you keep as much of it in the house as I, keep it in the freezer.

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One thought on “Another Miracle Spice

  1. I do believe all of the concepts you have offered to your post. They’re really convincing and will definitely work. Still, the posts are very brief for starters. May you please prolong them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.

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