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TURMERIC FACTS

Turmeric belongs to the ginger plant family and is also known as the "magic root" in Japan and India. For more than 5000 years, turmeric has widely been used as a medicinal plant in Asia to strengthen the body and mind and to increase vitality and beauty. The powerful antioxidants contained in turmeric fight inflammation, strengthen the immune system, build up defences and protect against free radicals. The antioxidants also act as beauty heroes on the cells and protect against premature skin aging. 

 

Nutritionist Dr. Barbara Hendel on the effects of curcumin:

 

New scientific studies show why curcumin has such a diverse, positive effect on our health. It protects against viruses, bacteria and fungi, inhibits inflammation and has a strong antioxidant effect. Most civilization diseases have one thing in common: oxidative stress caused by free radicals and inflammation. Inflammation damages cells by creating free radicals. In turn, free radicals damage our genetic information, the DNA – which is the foundation for developing cancer. Curcumin has the ability to both reduce inflammation and to neutralize free radicals. Due to its healing powers, diseases can be prevented or even cured, because turmeric/curcumin:

  • Has anti-inflammatory effect through antioxidants 
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Protects the cells from free radicals
  • Accelerates the body's own detox process
  • Renews cells which makes the skin look younger
  • Has a digestive effect
  • Supports liver function
  • Supports the heart and blood circulation
  • Relives migraines and headaches due to the antioxidants
  • Promotes joint mobility
  • Relives rheumatism pain
  • Prevent herpes simplex viruses 
  •  ... and KIN UKON's insider tip – it's a Hangover Killer!!! 

After alcohol consumption, take 10-15 turmeric caplets with water to reduce/avoid hangovers.

Remember, alcohol should always be consumed in appropriate quantities.

 

 

 


Organic product 

Pesticides are NOT used in the cultivation of turmeric. Turmeric is a very strong (phytochemical) plant, which is why there are no problems with insects, for example. In Okinawa, turmeric is even planted as an insecticide on the fields because the powerful antioxidants of the turmeric root keep the insects/creepy crawlies away.


*Source: Kurkuma – die heilende Kraft der Zauberknolle og Prof. Dr. Sigrun Chrubasik-Hausmann, Freiburg.