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Due to disturbances in lifestyle and diet of today, young people, especially women, are very upset. Joint pain is very painful. Often people resort to Pain Killer to avoid this pain, but taking more Painkillers can affect your kidneys and liver in the future.

If turmeric is not included in your diet, then start taking it from today. Not only does turmeric give amazing flavor but it is one of the best foods for the body and gives your health a variety of health benefits. In a recent study at the University of Tasmania, Australia, turmeric has been described as a panacea treatment for osteoarthritis. The ‘curcumin’ present in it can prove to be very effective in reducing the feeling of pain.

According to researchers, turmeric is prepared by grinding the dry root of a plant called ‘Carkula longa’. The polyphenol called ‘curcumin’ found in it is famous for its infection and anti-inflammatory properties. This is the reason that people who consume turmeric regularly, not only get relief from the inflammation of joints but also the signals that trigger pain are also blocked.

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During the study, the researchers divided 70 patients suffering from osteoarthritis into two groups. The participants in the first group got two capsules prepared from turmeric daily. At the same time, after giving the other group painkillers, they fed a simple sweet pill. After 12 weeks, the participants of the first group said that there is more relief in joint pain than the other group. He also informed about reducing the dose of Painkiller.

Researchers claimed that for the treatment of osteoarthritis, there is currently no effective drug other than a painkiller. In such a situation, doctors can recommend turmeric as the best side-effectless treatment. A scan of the participants’ joints shows that turmeric does not change their structure, but the swelling reduces the pain signal, thereby decreasing the pain sensation. The results of the study have been published in a recent issue of the Annals of Internal Medical Journal.

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