Why Turmeric Might Be the World’s Most Important Herb.

Why Turmeric Might Be the World’s Most Important Herb.

Turmeric has a 6,000 year track record in Ayurvedic medicine.

Now modern science is finding it to have an almost stunning array of beneficial properties.

Turmeric has been found to have properties that can be helpful in destroying multi-drug resistant cancer; protecting against radiation-induced damage and heavy metal toxicity; reducing inflammation; and even preventing Alzheimer’s related pathologies.

Because it’s a natural substance, turmeric will likely never receive the FDA stamp of approval, due to its lack of patentability and therefore profitability.

But that doesn’t mean we can’t learn from, and make use of, the tremendous body of data that’s recently become available.

Get the whole story in this article from the Food Revolution Network.

By Sayer Ji • Originally published on Greenmed.info

There is a medicinal spice so timelessly interwoven with the origins of human culture and
metabolism, so thoroughly supported by modern scientific inquiry, as to
be unparalleled in its proven value to human health and well-being.

Indeed, turmeric turns the entire drug-based medical model on its head.

Instead of causing far more side effects than therapeutic
ones, as is the case for most patented pharmaceutical medications, turmeric
possesses hundreds of potential side benefits — having been
empirically demonstrated to positively modulate over 160 different
physiological pathways in the mammalian body.

While no food or herb is right for everyone, and everything
has the potential for unintended, adverse side effects, turmeric is truly
unique in its exceptionally high margin of safety vis-à-vis
the drugs it has been compared with, e.g. hydrocortisoneibuprofenchemotherapy agents.

Furthermore, nothing within the modern-day pharmaceutical
armamentarium comes even remotely close to turmeric’s 6,000-year track
record of safe use in Ayurvedic medicine

Why Turmeric Will Likely Never Be FDA Approved

Despite its vast potential for alleviating human suffering,
turmeric will likely never receive the FDA stamp of approval, due to its lack
of exclusivity, patentability and therefore profitability.

Truth be told, the FDA’s “gold standard” for proving the
value of a prospective medicinal substance betrays the age-old aphorism: “he
who owns the gold makes the rules,” and unless an investor is willing to risk
losing the 800+ million dollars that must be spent upfront, the FDA-required
multi-phased double-blind, randomized clinical trials will not occur.

For additional details on this rather seedy arrangement read
my article on the topic: Why The Law Forbids The Medicinal Use of Natural Substances.

All The Incredible Turmeric Benefits

At GreenMedInfo.com,
we have reviewed over 5,000 study abstracts from the National Library of
Medicine’s bibliographic database known as MEDLINE and
have discovered over 600 potential health benefits of turmeric, and/or its
primary polyphenol known as curcumin.

These can be viewed on our turmeric
 page which is dedicated to disseminating the research on the
topic to a larger audience.

Some of the most amazing demonstrated properties of
turmeric and/or curcumin include these turmeric benefits:

Again, what is so amazing is not that turmeric may have
value in dozens of health conditions simultaneously, or that it may
improve conditions that are completely resistant to conventional treatment, but
that there are over six hundred additional health conditions it
may also be valuable in preventing and/or treating.

Consider also the fact that turmeric grows freely on the
Earth, and you will understand why its very existence threatens billions of
dollars in pharmaceutical industry revenue.

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