FAQ 2017-10-17T15:51:58+00:00
No, although brushing is recommended.

In a tincture form, turmeric is a strong pungent taste. Taking with a few tablespoons of water helps.

Each bottle should last you about a month, depending on the dosage that you take.

No, it should not hurt your stomach.  Liquid turmeric extract absorbs into your blood stream immediately before going into digestive tract.

Not recommended due to they are both blood thinners. Consult your physician.

Yes, it is possible to take turmeric in lieu of NSAIDS. The turmeric formula is to allow the body to heal naturally without potentially damaging stomach, liver and kidneys.

  • Turmeric Root Curcuma longa
  • Grain Alcohol
  • Distilled Water
One full dropper twice a day or two half droppers in the morning, and two half droppers in the evening, directly in mouth.

Yes! There are four universities in particular that have studies on turmeric:  UCLA, Oregon State University, University of Maryland, and University of Arizona.

  1. In capsule form, you may have nausea and vomiting. In a tincture form, you should not have these side effects.
  2. Thins blood, comparable to aspirin.
  3. Can cause uterine contractions. Do not take when pregnant!
  1. Anti-inflammatory – inflammation plays a major role in almost every chronic disease such as heart disease, cancer and cardiovascular disease.
  2. Powerful antioxidant – it neutralizes free radicals in the body and stimulates the body’s own antioxidant enzymes.
  3. May improve brain function – curcumin boosts levels of BDNF, a brain hormone which increases the growth of the neurons and fights various degenerative processes in the brain.
  4. Arthritis relief – a very effective anti-inflammatory. In some studies, it has shown to be as effective if not more effective than many NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs).
  5. May help fight depression – there is some evidence that curcumin boosts serotonin and dopamine.
  6. May reduce blood sugar
  7. May improve digestion
  8. May help fight heart disease – it may improve the function of the lining of blood vessels and may help regulate blood pressure and clotting.
  9. May help prevent cancer – by reducing growth of blood vessels in tumors.
  10. May help fight Alzheimer’s – by reducing inflammation and clearing out buildup of a protein that is a key feature of Alzheimer’s.

NSAIDs, aspirin, Warfarin (Coumadin) and other blood thinners should not be used in conjunction with turmeric. Always consult with your doctor.