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Honey and Turmeric

Updated: Feb 14

Honey and Turmeric

  • The antibiotic properties of honey are known and recognized in science. When combined with turmeric, which has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, a real natural antibiotic is obtained.

  • In traditional medicine, turmeric has been used to treat skin conditions, arthritis, indigestion, respiratory problems and liver problems. Studies have shown that turmeric has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties that can help fight various diseases.

  • Here is what research indicates, how turmeric affects the body:

  • Curcumin (the main active ingredient of turmeric), can regulate over 160 physiological pathways

  • Curcumin affects over 700 genes in our body

  • Improves the condition of cell membranes

  • Curcumin directly affects histone, an inflammatory molecule, cell survival proteins, DNA, etc.

  • According to research, turmeric can have a therapeutic effect in the following diseases: metabolic diseases, autoimmune diseases, inflammatory diseases, neurological diseases, cardiovascular diseases, liver diseases and lung diseases. It has also been proven to help people with Alzheimer's disease.

  • However, turmeric is also an antimicrobial agent. It helps maintain the health of the digestive organs and reduces the risk of diseases such as digestive ulcers and stomach cancer. When mixed with honey, turmeric works even more powerfully, as quality natural raw honey has strong antibacterial properties. In fact, according to some research, this combination even works more powerfully than some antibiotics. The combination of turmeric and honey will reduce inflammation, strengthen the immune system and help eliminate bacterial and fungal infections.

  • It is made simply. In a glass jar, mix a tablespoon of turmeric powder with 100 g of organic honey, then mix well to get a paste. Cover and use a teaspoon three times a day.

  • Note: always take honey with a wooden or plastic, not metal spoon.

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