Orlando, FL — June 08, 2016 — In Asia, turmeric has been widely used in many cultures for a wide range of purposes. This spice is believed by some to fight a myriad of health conditions, from life-threatening ailments to mild conditions such as low back pain.  Turmeric may have possible anti-inflammatory properties and has been widely tested over the years by some for the management of conditions such as heart disease, arthritis, and lower back pain.

The lower portion of the back is believed to carry most of the body’s weight. Thus, it is thought to be more susceptible to pain from injury and other causes. Sufferers typically experience sharp pain that worsens when they move, or a steady ache. While lower back pain may often go away on its own, it may also return in a chronic form. There are a variety of treatment options for this condition such as exercise, acupuncture, chiropractic, and for some the use of various supplements, including turmeric.

In Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine, turmeric is considered a natural remedy used to fight a range of conditions. Its most active ingredient is a phytochemical called curcumin. Curcumin is believed to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties.

According to the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, the potential anti-inflammatory impact of turmeric has been demonstrated in certain laboratory studies with animals. It was found that turmeric (containing curcumin) has the potential ability to reduce inflammation, especially for those suffering from arthritis.  The Palo Alto Medical Foundation also reveals that in research studies for lower back pain, the recommended dose of turmeric is 400 to 600 mg per capsule.

Turmeric has long been believed to be an effective natural alternative for pain and inflammation associated with arthritis. While there are pain medications available, the use of these pharmaceutical drugs has been associated with side effects.  There are no known side effects associated with turmeric.
Individuals who suffer from lower back pain may incorporate turmeric powder in their diet, but they may also use curcumin supplements. Supplements are thought to contain high amounts of curcumin, and there are even those that contain Piperine. Piperine is a black pepper extract believed to be helpful in increasing the delivery of curcumin inside the body, and thus, increasing potential effectiveness.
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