Turmeric for menopause
During menopause turmeric can have many beneficial effects in dealing with unwanted symptoms. Here’s our top 3
Without the influence of oestrogen in the post menopause years, heart disease becomes one of the main health concerns.
Curcumin in turmeric is effective in reducing bad cholesterol known as LDL and preventing blood clots.
One important note, turmeric may interact with certain blood-clot medications – make sure to seek a doctor’s advice before supplementing turmeric in this case.
Because of turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties, it is believed to be effective at alleviating joint pain and arthritis symptoms. Many health professionals subscribe to the notion that turmeric is more potently anti-inflammatory than many, if not most, other pharmaceutical and over-the-counter alternatives
Turmeric oil can also be used to help fight these issues. Turmeric oil massages would sooth and loosen up the tight muscles and act as a high impact pain killer!
Turmeric may aid in the development of new brain connections – Yaay – bye bye brain fog
Try adding Turmeric to food dishes and making the Golden Milk recipe (which is on this page if you type it into the search, or you can google for different variations)