Turmeric Benefits for Lungs

Maggie Martin is currently completing her Ph.D. in Cell Biology. When she is not busy at the university, she takes interest in a variety of things such as lifestyle, food, health, herbal medicine, and the benefits of turmeric. Follow her on Twitter @Maggiemartink

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Fibrotic lungs are a serious problem to date with the most recent modes of treatments eluding the satisfaction of patients. Processes like cyclophosphamide chemotherapy for the treatments of scleroderma will cause more problems leading to increased lung fibrosis. The treatments have a mortality rate of 50% making it a risky affair. Other treatments of the lungs include using immunosuppressant corticosteroids and anti-inflammatory remedies. The benefits are minimal which is still disappointing for most people.

Turmeric is one of the safest ways to deal with lung fibrosis not only for the reason that it is a natural herb but also because it is readily available. This makes it very cheap compared to all the methods of treatment mentioned above.

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Turmeric contains curcumin which is a potent ingredient that acts to reduce inflammation and swellings in the body cells. The compound does not interfere with antibacterial treatments which make it safer than most.

Turmeric enhances treatments

Some scientists believe that the benefit of turmeric along with some of these treatments makes them safer. It has also been discovered that the ingredient makes the methods more efficient. Curcumin acts by suppressing inflammatory proteins and neutralizing free radicals thereby boosting antioxidant levels in the body. The bio-agent also prevents any further damage to the cells while replacing those that are already damaged.

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Other respiratory issues

The herb also goes a long way to deal with more respiratory issues including asthma, pneumonia and acute bronchitis as well as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder. Turmeric also relieves parquet lung, heart arrhythmia and pleurisy.

Lung fibrosis happens when lungs develop more immune cells than is necessary. It is a standard procedure that could go wrong if the protein cells overgrow or swell. This can cause a series of issues in the respiratory system that may at times take the time to detect.

How to use turmeric

Using turmeric in meals all the time is one of the best ways to ensure that you are safe from diseases involving the liver, lungs and the heart. There are many forms in which turmeric can be used; which also makes it one of the most versatile treatment options. This includes using it in its raw form without mixing anything with it.

It is recommended that one sees a doctor for more advice on the use of turmeric as a treatment option. There are side effects of using turmeric in high dosages including nausea and diarrhea.

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