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I am allergic to all NSAIDS should I avoid Turmeric?

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3 years ago

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While NSAIDS and turmeric have similar anti-inflammatory properties, it does not mean they are the same. Chances are you can have turmeric and not NSAIDS however to be sure, we would recommend to speak with your doctor prior to replacing NSAIDS with turmeric.
Depends what you are taking NSAIDS for? Yes Aspirin is an NSAID and made from a modified genetic make up of the willow tree, but because it was initially patented, it's a laboratory version of it.

As Hypocrite's stated "Let food be thy medicine and medicine they food".

Chances are you are taking an NSAID for inflammation, possibly even for Coronary Artery Disease.

Inflammation is the root of most of our diseases, remove the cause of inflammation like our North American diet and inflammation should decrease or disappear.

Eat more fruits and veggies, drink alkaline not acidic beverages, boost Glutathione just to name a few

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