Curcumin a natural yellow pigment extracted from the genus Curcuma, has been used in traditional Asian medicine for centuries to treat gastrointestinal diseases and heal wounds. More and more studies have shown that curcumin may prevent and impede muscle loss associated with many health conditions, including heart failure.
As research progresses, this bright yellow component is increasingly appearing in other health research. For example, a study published in the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association (CMAJ) showed that oral curcumin has no benefit in preventing inflammation and complications in patients undergoing elective aneurysm repair surgery.
In response to this result, the deputy editor of CMAJ responded as follows. He said that when a promising and promising compound proved to be not so good, it was disappointing, but it reflected the "negative" of scientific development. Negating the law, perhaps this kind of negation will happen every day in life, which also means that the truth is getting closer and closer to us.
At the same time, many studies have highlighted the benefits of curcumin, such as its role in preventing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. For example, Arjuna's BCM-95 turmeric extract has also obtained the European Patent Office (EPO). The patent for the treatment of "treatment ingredients" that is granted by many people.