Curcuma longa / Turmeric
Strong Turmeric extract 50 ml
Extracted in 80% alcohol.
Take 1 ml (about 20 drops) on top of the food or bread, so the alcohol evaporates
(dont use in the Liquid)
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Strong Turmeric extract
Turmeric extract is a powerful extract, which is extracted in 80% food-alcohol for several months or years. Our Shaman produces the extract and charges it with the required vibrational energy. The extraction process takes place in the darkness by avoiding sunlight, because Curcumin can be destroyed in direct sunlight. For that reason, keep the extract stored in a cool place and protected from light.
Curcumin dissolves only in alcohol. At the end of the production process, 20% of the water is isolated from the extract by freezing the product, with the results that the Curcumin is almost in 100% alcohol. That is why you have to put the extract directly on top of your food before eating. Most of the alcohol will evaporate naturally and quickly, leaving in to your food the yellow Curcumin. If your food contains plenty of fluids, the Curcumin will attach into you plate coloring it and your spoon yellow. Put therefore the extract directly on top of the solid food you are about to eat. We also give advice to people to put the extract on top of the slice of bread with a meal.
Because the Turmeric extract is a dietary supplement, there is no logical way to calculate the amount of the doses. We recommend 1 ml or approx. 20 drops 3 times a day or 1.5 ml or approx. 30 drops 2 times daily. But if you have symptoms, you want to treat, we ask you kindly to contact us, so that we can raise the dosage. E.g. in case of people, who have antibiotic-resistant infection or cancer, we try to cooperate with the doctor to find the right Turmeric dosage together with antibiotic drug or a cancer drug. Turmeric dosing may even be as high as 2 ml 3-4 times a day. Individuals who use both, prescribed medications and dietary supplements, we use turmeric as the adjunctive treatment, which means that it helps the medicine to work more effectively. Below are links to some of the studies.
The traditional use and research:
Turmeric is traditionally used to increase resistance, to treat infections and stomach ailments. The use of Turmeric to strengthen the immune system and in breast cancer prevention and treatment, has been researched with good results. According to tradition, turmeric has many medicinal properties and it is said it will help a variety of stomach ailments., It is said that the colon cancer is rare in the cultures where turmeric is used a lot. There has been a number of recent studies on effect of Turmeric in the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. In the Western medicine the plant is used to treat infections. The Curcumin is thought to be the primary pharmacological substance in Turmeric. According to the studies on the Curcumin, it is said to have an antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory effect, as well as protective effect for the liver. Curcumin is said to help in balancing the cholesterol and also been shown to reduce the formation of gas in the intestinal tract. Curcumin has been found in one study, when taken on a regular basis to prevent diabetes. The second compound in Turmeric, the p-tolyl methyl carbonyl has been found to increase the secretion of the digestive enzymes in the pancreas. No toxicity has been observed in therapeutic doses used.
We wish the extract proves beneficial and we will be happy to receive your feedback.
More about Curcuma longa – Turmeric
Main use as Human food uses
-Turmeric rhizome is used dried like a spice, as a food colouring and as a preservative for food. It can be also used fresh. . Turmeric leaves are edibles.
Nutritional Value of Turmeric (rhizome)
Value per 100 grams
- Moisture :13.100 gm
- Protein : 6.300 gm
- Fat : 5.100 gm
- Minerals : 3.500 gm
- Fibre: 2.600 gm
- Carbohydrates: 69.400 gm
- Energy: 349.000 K cal
- Calcium: 150.000 mg
- Phosphorus: 282.000 mg
- Iron: 67.800 mg
In addition, it also contains calcium, phosphorous, iron, carotene, thiamine and niacin. 
Main medicinal uses
The medicinal extract from Turmeric is called Curcumin, and has a lot of medicinal properties. The main activities have been found to be anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, antimicrobial, wound healing, anticancer, antitumor and antiviral [2,3]. It seems also that it can helping against Alzheimer’s disease . And studies are still led to check other medicinal properties.
Examples of medicinal prescriptions
Skin diseases : root are used 
Cough : rhizome infusion is drunk 
Malaria : leaf decoction is inhaled 
Fever : leaf decoction is inhaled 
– Turmeric can be used as a clothing dye 
– It can be used in cosmetic use 
 Turmeric : a brief review of medicinal properties, by SRIMAL R. C., Industrial Toxicology Research Center, Lucknow-226003, INDE, in Fitoterapia ISSN 0367-326X , 1997, vol. 68, no6, pp. 483-493 (152 ref.)
 Cancer Lett. 2005 Jun 8;223(2):181-90. Chemopreventive and therapeutic effects of curcumin. Duvoix A, Blasius R, Delhalle S, Schnekenburger M, Morceau F, Henry E, Dicato M, Diederich M. Laboratoire de Biologie Moleculaire et Cellulaire du Cancer, Hopital Kirchberg, 9, rue Edward Steichen, L-2540 Luxembourg, Luxembourg.
 Biol Chem. 2004 Dec 7; Curcumin inhibits formation of Abeta oligomers and fibrils and binds plaques and reduces amyloid in vivo. Yang F, Lim GP, Begum AN, Ubeda OJ, Simmons MR, Ambegaokar SS, Chen PP, Kayed R, Glabe CG, Frautschy SA, Cole GM. GRECC (VA Medical) and Medicine, University of California Los Angeles, North Hills, CA 91343.
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 http://www.turmeric.co.in/turmeric_food_use.htm , website from Ramdev Food Products Pvt. Ltd., a manufacturer, processor, and exporter of Indian spices
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