Discussion in 'Other: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; GcMAF' started by Sarah94, Sep 6, 2019.
Just curious how people's experience compares with mine.
I’ve never heard of turmeric being helpful for cognitive issues I thought it was supposed to be anti inflammatory.
I have used both for pain- both really unhelpful- vile tasting and didn't have any effect other than upsetting my stomach.
I bought some high strength capsules and I think they made my POTS worse. Google it and it’s a potential vasodilator.
Interestingly it made my POTS slightly better. Although ginger (also a potential vasodilator) made my Pots worse.
I can't say they make any difference.
I do currently consume a fair amount of turmeric, probably around 2 heaped tablespoons a week, in a soup and as a component of a rub on chicken.
I do not take capsules or add it to drinks.
I consume several other spices, thought to help with various things, and would make the same comment.
I consume them for flavour, no other effects than taste have been evident.
None seems to be a miracle cure for anything other than boredom and blandness, and even then only where some foods are concerned.
The Longvida form of curcumin helped me overcome a short-term memory problem, and I continue to take it. The Meriva form of curcumin helps me with inflammation and pain.
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