How Turmeric and Honey Could Prove to Be Nature’s Most Powerful Antibiotic

Turmeric and honey have both been touted for there various health benefits. However, most people don’t understand the exact depths of their healing power.

For the most part, it is able to benefit our health so much because of one ingredient, curcumin. Curcumin has intense and powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antioxidant effects/aspects. Turmeric has been used in Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. It also contains high amounts of iron, fiber, B6, and magnesium.

The curcumin found within turmeric is known for helping fight off and prevent different kinds of cancer, obesity, heart disease, and much more. It is effective on harmful free radicals and may even according to several studies be an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s.

Dr. Mercola, a leading doctor in alternative care states as follows on his website in regards to the anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric:

In terms of the nutritional profile for daily recommended values (DRV), turmeric provides 26 percent of what’s needed in manganese and 16 percent in iron, along with excellent amounts of fiber, vitamin B6, potassium, vitamin C, and magnesium. All of them provide benefits for better health.

Scientists believe inflammation is involved in nearly every chronic disease, including cancer,5 obesity and metabolic syndrome,6 heart disease and accompanying atherosclerosis (hardening and narrowing of the arteries),7 degenerative disorders and Alzheimer’s.

One component in turmeric, curcumin, has been proven so effective as an anti-inflammatory that it’s compared to prescription medications, without the toxic side effects8 such as ulcer formation, internal bleeding and a lowered white blood cell count.

Perhaps most importantly, curcumin battles inflammation at the molecular level, as it does other disorders.9 NF- κ B is a molecule that passes into a cell’s nuclei, where it can “switch on” the genes related to inflammation in a number of serious diseases, but curcumin is able to prevent the transfer.10

Further, research suggests turmeric (sometimes simply referred to in studies as curcumin) may be helpful in treating inflammatory bowel diseases, joint pain relief, rheumatoid arthritis, reduced joint swelling, and greater range of motion when ingested regularly.

Besides lowering your cholesterol, turmeric is shown to be heart-protective while relieving indigestion and improving liver function.

Now, if you want to use turmeric and benefit from it you will need to do the following. This is a natural turmeric antibiotic and it will be able to do much more than you think. Sometimes natural is the best option.

Natural Turmeric Antibiotic:

Ingredients:

Turmeric (3 tablespoons)

Raw Organic Honey (Half of a jar)

Directions:

Mix these two things together and take one half of a tablespoon per hour or so when fighting off a sickness. If you merely feel like you are coming down with something simply take it every few hours for a day or so. That being said, if you do not want to make so much in bulk you can make smaller amounts as needed.

We can also all reap some great benefits by adding turmeric to our diet here and there.