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Turmeric – Healing Pain

Hop aboard the spice train!  We’re taking of tour of turmeric—the most popular, most studied spice on the planet. More than 6,000 studies point to it’s healing properties.

Better Than These Top Medications

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

Healing Pain

I’m focusing on one aspect of turmeric’s benefits today—healing pain.

One of the more widely studied properties of curcumin—the active component of turmeric— is its ability to manage pain. The European Journal of Pharmacology published research showing that curcumin naturally activates the opioid system in diabetic rats. This natural process is the body’s pain-relieving response.

Science has also looked at curcumin’s affects on burn patients. Typically, burn victims are treated by dangerous opioids and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories. However, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research suggests that, curcumin should be used to treat burns instead of the conventional medications.

I’ve shared with you my husband’s on-going struggle with three bulging discs and corresponding sciatica.  As I mentioned before, water has been very important in his healing.  His x-rays showed dehydrated discs.  He’s working hard to drink about 80 ounces of H2O a day.

In addition, turmeric has made a huge difference for him as a pain killer.  He is getting better day by day. He’s been drinking several cups of turmeric Bone Broth Protein Powder daily and taking additional turmeric.  We discovered that adding fat is important because turmeric is fat soluble.  Fat-soluble means it dissolves in fat. If fat is missing, curcumin has a difficult time making it beyond the stomach into the small intestine, and on into the blood where it offers the greatest benefits. Melting a little coconut oil in bone broth is perfect or add some coconut or almond milk. Adding a dash of black pepper also enhances curcumin’s bioavailability by 1,000 times, due to black pepper’s piperine.


bone broth chaiTurmeric Bone Broth Chai

  • 1 scoop Turmeric Bone Broth
  • 1/2 cup hot water
  • 1/2 cup full fat coconut milk
  • Dash of black pepper
  • Dash of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger.

Stir and enjoy!


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