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Turmeric: ingredient of Evergreen

Turmeric: ingredient of EvergreenTurmeric belongs to the family ginger and enjoys of the same gastronomic specialties and physiological properties as an aid in the event of inflammation, since it causes the interruption of the synthesis of prostaglan-
dins derived from arachidonic acid.

Studies of this spice, aim to determine the opportunities antioxidant, antiproliferative and liver tonic. The active ingredients represented by curcuminoids, have a protective function on the cells against the harmful effects of free radicals, preserving the liver cells and for an improved synthesis of glutathione, which is necessary for the protecti-
on of the liver from toxins.

The curcuminoids help in the production of bile, optimizing the absorption of fats. The Virtues of the Turmeric (Curcuma longa) are of great interest and the acquisition of knowledge about the features of this plant will increase. Many therapeutic reactions have already been established with certainty as:

  • Conduct anti-inflammatory
  • Conduct anti Alzheimer’s
  • Conduct antiallergic (restricts playback of all inflammatory interleukins)
  • Re-balancing the immune system (in some situations promotes antibody production)
  • Helps bile secretion and digestion

Turmeric: ingredient of EvergreenA recent study disclosed by Psychopharmacology (SK Kulkarni et al, Psychopharmacology (Berl). Sep 3 2008 epub ahead of print) found that this tuber also has antidepressant properties. In particular, we examined the effect of the active ingredients in turmeric, called curcuminoids, place on the central nervous system and particu-
larly in the coordination of two important neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine, involved in the change of emotional states.

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