Curry Soothes Your Knee Arthritis Pain

A new clinical trial showed turmeric helps arthritis. Turmeric. also known as Curcumin, is the yellow spice commonly found in curry.
Scientists in Italy have studied the pain-relief, increased flexibility, and other effects of a extract of the roots of turmeric, the flavorful spice that has been used for centuries as a traditional remedy.

Here’s the study…

Researchers in Italy selected 50 patients with X-ray diagnosed osteoarthritis in either one or both knees to test turmeric.

In this trial, the patients were split into two groups: the first one received standard medical treatment as determined by patients’ physicians, while patients in the second group added the Turmuric extract to their standard medical treatment.

After 90 days, the following benefits were observed: Compared to the controls, patients with Turmeric experienced a 58 percent decrease in their overall knee pain, stiffness and physical functionality.

Blood tests indicated that in patients having elevated levels of C-reactive protein (CRP), a 16-fold decrease of this inflammation marker.

Finally, the turmeric subjects reduced their reliance on standard painkillers (NSAIDs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) by 63 percent compared to patients on conventional medical therapy alone.


Dr. Paul’s Advice

Eat lots of  organic curry anything.  Take natural anti-inflammatories that have turmeric or curcumin in them!