Turmeric (Curcuma longa) – a natural antibiotic


Many experts claim that turmeric can help us treat liver problems, breathing problems, autoimmune disorders and neurological problems.

Turmeric is a perennial herbaceous plant native to tropical South Asia. It belongs to the ginger family and is used as a spice.

Many people in South India wear dried turmeric root beads around their necks as a talisman. They believe that it protects them from evil spirits and brings health and success.

Turmeric has a very wide range of effects: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anticancer … There are many scientific papers and research that confirm this. Today, doctors often advise as part of the therapy and prevention of malignant diseases, diabetes, allergies, arthritis, Alzheimer’s and others.

It can improve brain function and repair brain cells.

It is one of the basic ingredients in curry, the color of which comes from turmeric. Pepper is believed to enhance the action of turmeric.

Curcuma flower

The recommendation for the use of turmeric is one teaspoon daily dissolved in olive or coconut oil on an empty stomach.

Turmeric has an improved effect when combined with honey.
This combination can help fight many bacteria, and will preserve good bacteria in the intestines.

This is how you will save this powerful mixture.

Ingredients:

  • 1 tablespoon turmeric powder
  • 100 g of honey

Preparation and consumption:

Mix the ingredients in a glass jar.

Take a teaspoon of this mixture every hour if you have a cold. The next day, take a teaspoon every 2 hours. Take the dose 3 times a day the next day.

By no means swallow the mixture immediately, let it slowly melt in your mouth.

You can put a teaspoon of this mixture in tea every day for optimal results!

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Published by Sophia Dane

I like to cook and collect interesting recipes. I love traveling, meeting new places and people. I like a good book... I write about things that are interesting to me personally, and those are: interesting and new recipes, medicinal plants, beautiful places that i have visited or that i am just planning to see...

6 thoughts on “Turmeric (Curcuma longa) – a natural antibiotic

      1. Oh yes it was and you are helpful dear! You do very good things here and I needed that health-related inspiration you offer to get me moving on taking charge; so had a special green/detox tea with ginger, lemon and cayenne pepper already, also I just ate a pepper and onion sandwich cooked with plenty of turmeric and garlic! I’m really percolating now and much better so soon!
        You’re welcome friend! ☺️
        God bless.
        “Physician cure thyself!”

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