curcuma longa

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Related to curcuma longa: Curcumin, Rubia cordifolia
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(looks like orange yellow ginger) powerful anti-cancer antiinflammatory antioxidant that reduces brain plaque, helps clean the blood and liver, helps rejuvenate tissues and increase energy. Curry is turmeric and mustard. India has one of the lowest cancer rates and they eat lots of curry. Put it on all your food. Turmeric has stronger antiinflammatory and antioxidant properties than milk thistle and has been shown in studies to block the formation of cancer through many mechanisms. Regular washing with turmeric reduces facial hair growth and wrinkles significantly. For burns, mix a teaspoon of turmeric with some aloe gel and apply to the burn. Also used for menstrual cramps. For a nagging cough, drink a spoonful of turmeric with water. For gum infections, apply a mixture of turmeric, sea salt and mustard oil 2-3x a day. Turmeric powder mixed with water is also known to help diarrhea by killing the organisms causing it.
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Antiviral effect of Curcuma longa Linn extract against hepatitis B virus replication.
Curcuma longa oil and the extracts of ether and chloroform enclose antifungal properties.
Analgesic and antipyretic activities of Curcuma longa rhizome extracts in Wister rats.
Caption: 4 Detail of the Curcuma longa plant in a William Roxburgh journal.
Ethno medicinal values of Curcuma longa have been recognised since pre-historic times.
The tribes of North Maharashtra use Curcuma longa for treatment of jaundice (Badgujar and Patil, 2008); the practitioner used it for treatment of conjunctivitis and diabetes.
Safety and efficacy of Curcuma longa extract in the treatment of painful knee osteoarthritis: a randomized placebo-controlled trial.
21] Goh et al described a spice miller who developed dermatitis on the hands to curry powder and curcuma longa, he had positive patch test to Curcuma longa 25% in petrolatum.
La curcuma (Turmeric, Curcuma longa Linn) es una planta de origen asiatico que pertenece a la familia Zingiberaceae.
Factors effecting in vitro microrhizome formation and growth in Curcuma longa L.