Curcumin the No1 anti-inflammatory

This yellow root contains one of the most versatile anti-inflammatories in the world.
Curcumin is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound which benefits your skin, metabolism, heart, blood vessels, and even your brain. It’s technically classified as a “polyphenol,” a class of natural plant-based substances well-known for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Curcumin works at the cellular level in almost every different part of your body — which is why its benefits extend to preventing and treating so many diverse conditions. MS is thought to be an immune-mediated disease. This means that the body’s immune system attacks healthy nerve tissue, which causes nerve damage throughout the entire body. Immune system activity seems to result in the inflammation responsible for many MS symptoms.

So the reason I’m highlighting this ginger powder is we can’t control or understand what causes the nerve attacks/damage but what we do know is it these attacks do cause inflammation which then causes symptoms, if we fight these inflammation hot spots in our body we may prevent these symptoms from worsening over time and keep them at bay. The powder can be added to tea, coffee, food and many more different ways and is cheap to buy , Jim Kwik who is a mind body and soul legend on YouTube says he has a cup of Tumeric tea every morning, so why not give it a go, it does come with a dosage limit to half a teaspoon a day as it is so powerful and my only health advice for this is directed at people just starting their medication especially Tecfidera is don’t accidentally get this on your hands and unknowingly rub it around your face because that will be one flush you will never forget, trust me😁

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