Curcumin...the first spicy seasoning obtained from the root of a plant called Curcumae longae. Few people know that it is used in the traditional medicine of the Far East. The key ingredient of Curcumae Longae is curcumin, a polyphenol with healing properties. It has found an application in, for example, relieving menstrual pain, stomach discomfort, treatment of hard healing wounds and scars. Tumeron (compound in curcuma), supports the work of the brain after illness or injury. Curcumin is useful in the prevention and treatment of many types of cancers, including skin cancer, stomach cancer, pancreatic cancer, etc.
Curcumin contains only 2-6% of tumeron. Curcuma rhizome extracts are widely sold as dietary supplements. By using it regularly you will find out about its healing properties. Supplements with curcumin should additionally contain piperine (an extract of black pepper fruits), which helps the body to assimilate curcumin.
People who use a diet with a calorie surplus should take curcumin very often. Curcumin protects against the increase of body fat, which supports the development of muscles. Additionally, it supports the treatment of minor injuries. It's worth remembering it every day.