gold paste is a paste of turmeric taken orally provides health benefits for humans as well like animals ( dogs and horses ). Turmeric is known for anti-inflammatory properties and used medicinally for over 4,000 years is ideal for arthritis, skin health, immune system, and even cancer. Recent studies have confirmed that it can be as effective as 14 different drugs Rx -. without the side
If taken daily in a paste designed to enhance the absorption of an easy way to leverage their huge profits.
How to make turmeric paste gold
This prescription for gold paste requires the following ingredients:
½ cup turmeric powder
1 cup water (+ additional ½ if necessary)
1.5 teaspoon black pepper
coconut oil or olive oil 70ml
- Mix water (1 cup) with turmeric powder in a pan and heat it slowly and stirred for 6-10 minutes until a thick paste ( add ½ cup additional water if if it is too thick).
- Add black pepper and oil and continue stirring until all ingredients are thoroughly mixed together.
- Let the dough cool. Store in the refrigerator in a jar up to 1 week (some people keep successfully for 2 weeks).
This recipe was developed by Doug English, a veterinarian who has used the ancient spice healing in all kinds of animals, from dogs to cats to more exotic types like alpacas and even crocodiles. His research can be found on its website TurmericLife.com.au , where the story of how he used mixtures thereof in horses, which began to flourish under his care, thanks to this spice “miracle” account.
Why add Black Pepper? it is beneficial to take the black pepper with turmeric (and it is in the golden pasta recipe) because it helps the body absorb turmeric.
A 1992 report Clinical Pharmacokinetics in the black pepper explains why some studies do not show the same benefits of turmeric as others. The human body has a difficult time effectively using curcumin . However, only a small amount of black pepper improved bioavailability of curcumin by up to 2000%, according to the study.
Using gold paste: A lot of people incorporate gold paste in your diet or daily routine, instead of taking it from time to time as a paste can be taken as “medicine”. It is in small amount ( 1/4 teaspoon recommended by Doug) 2 to 3 times a day, or mixed with honey for a better taste.
can also be added to different dishes: salads, smoothies, curries, rice or soup. Experiment with what you know best for you. A simple and delicious recipe for rice turmeric can be found here .
Dose turmeric (in all forms):
The University of Maryland Medical Center recommended the following daily doses for adults: [premium
root: 1.5-3 grams
turmeric powder: 1-3 grams
standardized turmeric powder: 400-600 mg, three times a day
liquid extract (1: 1): 30-90 drops
Tincture (1: 2): 15-30 drops four times a day
Note: many studies have shown that higher doses of turmeric are needed for older medicinal benefits. standard doses may be better for preventive use every day.
What is curcumin? Curcumin is the beginning of curcuminoids, a compound in turmeric that gives its yellow color and is also responsible for the incredible health benefits. The percentage of curcumin in turmeric varies depending on the type – medicinal or aromatic as well as grown, and how it was processed. A percentage of curcumin is lost during the heating process by making turmeric powder, so premium Turmeric is very healthy.
A research article 2010 peer-reviewed published in The International Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology concluded that “the various effects of curcumin has been extensively studied in Western medicine systems for decades, and have been found to possess anti-inflammatory. antioxidant activities Given that inflammation plays an important role in most chronic diseases, agents are needed anti- inflammatory for prevention purposes. Because curcumin inhibits multiple pro-inflammatory pathways and affordable, this phytochemical should be further explored for the prevention and treatment of various chronic diseases. ”
Turmeric and Arthritis: In traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric is used to treat arthritis . A 2006 study found that turmeric helps reduce inflammation join. A separate study in the same year turmeric is having arthritis effect. And a 2012 study provided evidence that curcumin could be even more effective for which anti-inflammatory drugs rheumatoid arthritis.
Turmeric for digestive problems: Curcumin stimulates gallbladder to produce more bile, which can aid digestion. German Commission E, an equivalent to the FDA scientific advisory committee, turmeric approved for digestive problems.
A 2006 double-blind, placebo-controlled study test he found curcumin useful for maintaining remission of ulcerative colitis. And 2013 paper he concluded that curcumin is “a promising new therapeutic option for the treatment of gastrointestinal and liver for which current therapies are largely unsatisfactory diseases.”
Turmeric as first aid: Turmeric can be used to treat wounds, cuts, bruises, rashes, insect bites, and swelling. A 2014 article of Life Sciences concluded that topical application of curcumin has great therapeutic effect on skin wounds. And one 2006 study concluded that accelerates wound healing.
To a paste of turmeric to use topically all you need is 1 part turmeric powder and 8 parts water (the dough is kept in the freezer). Warning: Do not use on open wounds that can become infected. More information on wound healing in A Green Planet .
the article concludes that “curcumin can modulate multiple cellular signaling pathways and interact with numerous molecular targets. therefore, it may have the potential to act against a large number of cancers … the safety, low cost, and proven effectiveness of this ‘old age’ natural medicine makes it a promising agent for the treatment of ‘old age’ disease like cancer. ”
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This article is for informational purposes only and should not constitute medical advice. Consult a licensed naturopathic doctor for more information.
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