Turmeric (Curcumin) Root Powder - (Raw, Certified Organic)

$15.00

Turmeric is a potent member of the ginger family. It is commonly used as a spice, but it is also known for its medicinal purposes.

The yellow-orange spice turmeric is trendy with the wellness spice crowd for a good reason.

The primary active component of turmeric — the main compound that gives it its characteristic yellow color — is curcumin. You can credit curcumin as the compound responsible for most of turmeric’s potential health benefits. “Curcumin is a natural antioxidant that has anti-inflammatory benefits, as well as other benefits related to slowing the aging process and preventing Alzheimer's disease and potentially depression,” according to San Diego, California–based Elizabeth Ann Shaw, RDN, owner of Shaw's Simple Swaps Consulting. 

It's worth knowing that turmeric (and curcumin on its own) doesn’t absorb well into the bloodstream, so having it randomly if food is unlikely to give you the desired anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits, says Dana Angelo White, RD, owner of Dana White Nutrition. To reach the amounts of turmeric and curcumin shown to offer benefits in research studies, you’ll have to use it as supplements, more frequently.

Even at that, you will be able to reap more benefits of turmeric (curcumin) by adding black pepper anytime you use turmeric, and/or taking a turmeric supplement that incorporates black pepper. “There is a compound in black pepper called piperine that actually helps to make turmeric more bioavailable,” White adds. Bioavailability refers to the amount of a substance that’s absorbed or able to be used by the body efficiently.

Another ground breaking benefit of this nature’s gift to mankind is its ability to detoxify fluoride from the Pineal Gland and increase Creativity.

Fluoride is found everywhere today, from drinking water to antibiotics, some cooking pans to toothpaste, making exposure inevitable. Research is proving turmeric spice can prevent fluoride damage. 

Fluoride is now well-known for presenting IQ lowering properties and plays a huge role in the calcification of the pineal gland - the traditional 'seat of the soul'. The pineal gland produces melatonin, a serotonin-derived hormone which modulates sleep patterns in both circadian and seasonal cycles and regulates reproductive hormones. Also called the 'third eye' 

In the study of Effects of fluoride in drinking water on NADPH-diaphorase neurons in the forebrain of mice: A possible mechanism of fluoride neurotoxicity, the research concluded that supplementation with curcumin significantly reduce the toxic effect of F (fluoride) to near normal level by augmenting the antioxidant defense through its scavenging property and provide an evidence of having therapeutic role against oxidative stress mediated neurodegeneration.

What’s more? Turmeric has an astonishing ability to induce sleep and enhance sleep quality. Fluoride, which is found in most water supply system, including bottled water, is in higher doses now than years before. Fluoride blocks the pineal gland therefore inhibits the production of melatonin. The pineal gland is where melatonin is produced. Melatonin is the sleep chemical that is produced by the body and it releases at night during sleep hours - in the dark. Taking about half teaspoon of good quality turmeric can clear off fluoride calcification  from the PG, which can lead to more production of melatonin at night, which will in turn help you ease into a good night sleep. Clearing the pineal gland also helps with clearer dreams and dream recallation after waking. I have experimented this first hand and it works!

Turmeric - Pineal Gland - Melatonin have more Healing and Wellness benefits to offer, including:

1. Regulating Bone Growth

New studies show a relationship between the pineal gland and the regrowth of bone cells UB Scientists Discover Role Of Melatonin In Bone Formation.

2.  The Blood-Brain Barrier

The pineal gland is outside the blood-brain barrier, making it unique among other parts of the brain. Furthermore, the concentration of blood supply to the pineal gland is second only to that of the kidneys. The blood-brain barrier serves to protect parts of the brain from certain chemicals, including recreational and prescription drugs and alcohol damaging effects. The barrier prevents larger particles and many neurotransmitters in the bloodstream from entering the brain.

3. Relationship with the Pituitary Gland

The pineal gland influences the secretion of sex hormones (estrogen, progestogen, and testosterone) by the pituitary gland. Keep the PG clean and healthy will ensure proper secretion and functions of sex hormones.

4. Liver Detoxification and Blood Purification

Researches have seen significant potential for turmeric to prevent and treat several chronic conditions by reducing inflammation and lowering oxidative stress in the body. For this reason, scientists believe that turmeric’s curcumin may also be able to prevent liver disease and help it dispel toxins from the body. Curcumin in Liver Diseases: A Systematic Review of the Cellular Mechanisms of Oxidative Stress and Clinical Perspective.

From transporting oxygen, nutrients, and hormones to tissues, blood has a very many important roles to play. Due to all these factors, it is very necessary to keep your blood pure and toxin free to ensure proper functioning of the body. Turmeric helps to purify blood, generate red blood cells - these wellness benefits can be traced back from the time of Ayurveda.

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