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    Lightbulb Natural spice that fights cancer and reduces tumors by over 80%

    Hi everyone,


    I wanted to share some research I came across the other day. It deals with the compound curcumin, the pigment responsible for turmerics color. It is a good spice to have on hand if you have cancer or tumors or would like to give your body a more healing environment not conducive to these.

    The new studies that came out recently show that it has across the board decreased brain tumor size by 81% in more than 9 studies. It has also been shown to be one of the best and most powerful anti cancer compounds.


    Here is a youtube video about it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP7S5VDHtFY


    I hope this post finds you well
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    Dr sara solomon reccomends cummin as a supplement.

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    Wiki has this to say about Curcumin:

    Research[edit]

    Therapeutic uses[edit]

    A survey of the literature shows a number of potential effects under study and that daily consumption over a 3-month period of up to 12 grams were safe.[16] However, several studies of curcumin efficacy and safety revealed poor absorption and low bioavailability.[17]

    As of June 2015, there were 116 clinical trials evaluating the possible anti-disease effect of curcumin in humans, as registered with the US National Institutes of Health, including studies on cancer, gastrointestinal diseases and cognitive disorders.[17]

    Diagnostic use[edit]

    Preliminary research has found that curcuminoid binds to amyloid proteins associated with Alzheimer's disease.[18] Because curcumin increases fluorescent activity after it binds to amyloid protein, curcumin is being studied as a possible identifier. Tests have detected amyloid proteins in human eyes, offering the possibility that simple eye exams could provide early detection of the disease.[19]



    Wiki on Turmeric:

    Folk medicine and traditional uses[edit]

    In India, turmeric has been used traditionally for thousands of years as a remedy for stomach and liver ailments, as well as topically to heal sores, basically for its supposed antimicrobial property.[15] In the Siddha system (since around 1900 BCE) turmeric was a medicine for a range of diseases and conditions, including those of the skin, pulmonary, and gastrointestinal systems, aches, pains, wounds, sprains, and liver disorders. A fresh juice is commonly used in many skin conditions, including eczema, chicken pox, shingles, allergy, and scabies.[16]

    The active compound curcumin is believed to have a wide range of biological effects including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antitumour, antibacterial, and antiviral activities, which indicate potential in clinical medicine.[17]

    Preliminary medical research[edit]





    Turmeric rhizome and powder.
    See also: Curcumin

    According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, "there is little reliable evidence to support the use of turmeric for any health condition because few clinical trials have been conducted."[8]

    Although trials are going on for the use of turmeric to treat cancer, doses needed for any effect are difficult to establish in humans.[18]

    Some research shows compounds in turmeric to have antifungal and antibacterial properties; however, curcumin is not one of them.[19]

    As of December 2013, turmeric is being evaluated for its potential efficacy against several human diseases in clinical trials, including kidney and cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, several types of cancer, and irritable bowel disease.[20] Turmeric is also being investigated for potential treatment of Alzheimer's disease,[21] diabetes,[22] and other clinical disorders.[23][24]


    I will be studying and following this. Could be very useful if true.
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