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Turmeric Powder and Curcumin

turmeric powder curcumin Dr. Russell Blaylock

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#1 jts



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Posted 16 March 2012 - 03:23 PM

I keep well stocked on turmeric powder. I dump large quantities of it on my veggy mix that I make with my Omega 8003 grinder.

"[audio] Dr. Russell Blaylock with Dr. Stanley Monteith: Turmeric (Curcumin)"



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Posted 17 March 2012 - 03:34 AM

Turmeric? Great stuff. Went round to Diane's house last night because she's laid low
with a nasty cold and fixed up my chicken special. It's never the same twice, but
it involves large amounts (why a pinch, when a handful is better?) of garlic,
cayenne and turmeric, with olive oil. Aspirin, too, but not in the pot. She's up and
running, today.
I saw this report once on a study showing the remarkably low incidence of some
form of dementia (Parkinson's I think) in India, connected to high turmeric intake

[No, I'm fairly certain it was Alzheimer's. Parkinson's was indicated to be low
among smokers - could be they don't live long enough...]
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