Nature Treats Cancer With Turmeric!


Whenever we think of treatment of cancer, we think of chemotherapy. Have you ever thought that cancer can have simple treatment too? Sometimes, its treatment can be as simple as the use of turmeric! I’m sure you never thought of that.

 Lets star thinking now and see how this can happen. Multiple researches have come to the same conclusion that, this Asian spice can do magic on cancer patients. How does this magic work? Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, suggests that turmeric has the capacity to cause the cancer cells to die. When taken in the right dosage it can be used as a very effective cancer therapy they say.

A similar study in 2007 told the Liver International after conducting an experiment on mice that, those that received turmeric as treatment for liver cancer, showed signs of improvement. They believe this has only been possible because of the anti inflammatory properties of turmeric.

An year later another study in Taiwan declared that the Asian spice not only causes the cancer cells to die but also prevents the formation of tumors. That makes turmeric a very useful medicine in prevention and treatment of cancer.

The Life Extension Foundation has discovered that as a treatment to cancer, turmeric targets 10 causative factors like  DNA damage, chronic inflammation, and disruption of cell signaling pathways. The only thing that’s left to do is deciding the exact dose of turmeric to be taken to prevent or treat cancer. Don’t forget to talk to your doctor about this.

-Kruti Beesam

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