Orlando, FL — December 21, 2015 — The unhealthy diet and lifestyle of many people is thought to be one of the major factors that contributes to the increased prevalence of certain conditions, including vascular thrombosis. While there are pharmaceutical drugs used for the condition, there are also natural remedies available for individuals who want to resort to safe alternatives.

Studies show the anti-thrombotic properties of turmeric are useful against vascular thrombosis. The use of turmeric has become a traditional medical approach preferred by many individuals due to the lack of side effects associated with its use.

There are several pharmaceutical drugs used to slow down and prevent blood clots. These medications are typically used by individuals with pulmonary embolism and deep-vein thrombosis. Unfortunately, their use is associated with side effects such as hemorrhage, excessive bleeding, difficulty breathing, back pain, and headaches.

According to researchers, turmeric could be a better option than medications for individuals who suffer from vascular thrombosis. This condition develops when there is a formation or development of thrombus. Thrombus develops when there is an obstruction in the blood flow within the arteries or veins.

Interference or disruption in the blood flow is believed to be caused by various factors, which includes physical inactivity or heart failure. There are studies that found turmeric to be useful in slowing down or inhibiting the formation of clots in the blood.

These studies include one published in the “Biochemical Pharmacology” in 1999, another featured in the “Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology,” and the ongoing study by the USDA, which started in 2009.

These studies reveal that curcumin has the potential ability to reduce one’s risk of clogged arteries, strokes, and heart attacks. Curcumin is a powerful healing phytochemical found in turmeric. It doesn’t just contain antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti —inflammatory properties, but also anti-thrombotic properties, which are thought to help fight vascular thrombosis.

It is thought that turmeric has the ability to inhibit the aggregation of the platelets and keep the blood flowing. While the spice is believed to have effective healing properties, it is low bioavailable.

In the 2010 American Heart Association Stroke Conference, speakers announced the development of a drug for stroke-recovery with the use of curcumin. The speakers revealed that using turmeric along may not be quite effective in dissolving blood clots due to its low bioavailability.

Curcumin is poorly absorbed inside the body, and thus, its nutrients including its anti-thrombosis properties are typically not delivered with efficiency. Individuals who want to choose the best curcumin supplements should look for ones that contain a black pepper extract called BioPerine, which is a bioavailability-enhancing ingredient (www.amazon.com/Turmeric-Curcumin-BioPerine-Pepper-Extract/dp/B00VSVKJ8I).
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Melissa Scott
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