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    Curcumin reduces acute pain and inflammation better than NSAIDphenylbutazone

    The anti-inflammatory activity of curcumin was evaluated in a group of patients who underwent surgery or suffered from trauma. A double-blind controlled-trial in which three groups received curcumin (400 mg/day), a placebo, or phenylbutazone (100 mg/day) for five consecutive days after surgery. Treatment withcurcumin resulted in reduced inflammation more effectively than phenylbutazone.

    Phenylbutazone is a powerful analgesic (painkiller) and an NSAID (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug). Unlike NSAIDS, which have dangerous side-effects and black-box warnings,curcumin is safe and has no side-effects, even at doses up to 8,000 mg per day.

    Curcumin (turmeric) is well known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Now researchers have found curcumin may also help underlying causes of inflammation and reduce damage to bone and cartilage. 

    Curcumin is Superior to Steroidal (SAIDS) and Non-Steriodal (NSAIDS) Anti-Inflammatory Drugs

    Research shows curcumin acts as a scavenger of nitric oxide and inhibits COX-2, a pro-inflammatory substance. Also a potent scavenger of superoxide, the anti-inflammatory activity and superoxide scavenging property of curcumin are proven correlated. Clinically, curcumin has worked as well as cortisone or phenylbutazone for rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and post-operative inflammation. 

    Curcumin also inhibits COXsbetter than indomethacin, a currently prescribed mixed COX inhibitor. 

    A double-blind crossover study in patients with "definite" rheumatoid arthritis compared the antirheumatic activity ofcurcumin (1200 mg/day) with phenylbutazone, a corticosteroids drug (300 mg/day). The curcumintherapy resulted in "significant" improvements over corticosteroids.

    Curcumin better relieved morning stiffness and joint swelling, and improved walking time. Best of all, curcuminwas well-tolerated and produced no side-effects. 

    Curcumin Supresses Systemic Inflammation Markers

    Another published study found curcumin substantially suppresses systemic inflammation markers MMP-3 by 48% to 99%, and MMP-13 by 45% to 97%. Researchers concludedcurcumin could be useful for reducing cartilage degradation (resorption by MMPs) in arthritis. 

    Curcumone Plus 

    Curcumin 98% with antioxidant green whole grasses and grass juices, micro algae, sea vegetables, whole vegetables and their juices, sprouted grains, seeds, legumes and acerola cherries. One serving of Curcumone Plus is equivalent to 140 grams of fresh grass juice.

    Curcumin 98%

    Curcumin (the naturally occurring chemical compound that is found in the spice turmeric) has been used for 4,000 years to treat a variety of conditions. Studies show that curcumin may help fight infections and some cancers, reduce inflammation, and treat digestive problems.

    Turmeric is widely used in cooking and gives Indian curry its flavor and yellow color. It is also used in mustard and to color butter and cheese. Turmeric has been used in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine as an anti-inflammatory, to treat digestive and liver problems, skin diseases, and wounds.

    Curcumin is also a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants scavenge molecules in the body known as free radicals, which damage cell membranes, tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death. Antioxidants can fight free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause.

    In addition, curcumin lowers the levels of two enzymes in the body that cause inflammation. It also stops platelets from clumping together to form blood clots.

    Research suggests that Curcumin may be helpful for the following conditions:

    Indigestion or Dyspepsia

    Curcumin stimulates the gallbladder to produce bile, which some people think may help improve digestion. The German Commission E, which determines which herbs can be safely prescribed in Germany, has approved Curcumin for digestive problems. And one double-blind, placebo-controlled study found that Curcumin reduced symptoms of bloating and gas in people suffering from indigestion.

    Ulcerative colitis

    Curcumin may help people with ulcerative colitis stay in remission. Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease of the digestive tract where symptoms tend to come and go. In one double-blind, placebo-controlled study, people whose ulcerative colitis was in remission took either curcumin or placebo, along with conventional medical treatment, for 6 months. Those who took Curcumin had a significantly lower relapse rate than those who took placebo.

    ​Heart Disease

    Early studies suggested that Curcumin may help prevent atherosclerosis, the buildup of plaque that can block arteries and lead to heart attack or stroke. In animal studies, Curcumin lowered cholesterol levels and kept LDL (bad) cholesterol from building up in blood vessels. Because it stops platelets from clumping together, Curcumin may also prevent blood clots from building up along the walls of arteries. 


    A preliminary study suggests curcumin may help treat uveitis, an inflammation of the eye's iris. Preliminary research suggests that curcumin may be as effective as corticosteroids, the type of medication usually prescribed. More research is needed.

    Neurodegenerative Conditions

    Curcumin's powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and circulatory effects has been proven to help prevent and treat neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer disease, Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis, and other conditions.

    curcumin reduces inflammation and edema
    curcumin accelerates wound-healing
    curcumin's role against cancer
    curcumin's potential to reduce heart disease
    curcumin's therapeutic effects against:

    Crohn's and inflammatory bowel disease
    irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis
    neurological diseases
    Alzheimer's disease
    multiple sclerosis
    diabetes type II
    cataract formation
    drug-induced toxicity in the heart, lung and kidney
    Cystic Fibrosis
    skin diseases: psoriasis, scleroderma and dermatitis

    curcumin may reduce the progression of HIV
    safety of curcumin

    Parts Used

    The roots, or rhizomes and bulbs, are used in medicine and food. They are generally boiled and then dried, turning into the familiar yellow powder. Curcumin, the active ingredient, has antioxidant properties. Other substances in this herb have antioxidant properties as well.

    Other Ingredients found in Curcumone Plus:

    Barley Grass (Organic Juice and Solubles), Organic Alfalfa Grass Juice, Organic Wheat Grass Juice, Organic Oat Grass Juice. Protein Mineral Blend: Spirulina, Rice Bran Soluble Extract, Chlorella, Calcified Red Algae, Various Kelp Species. Whole Food Matrix: Barley Grass, Oat Grass, Wheat Grass, Alfalfa Grass, Organic Amaranth, Organic Quinoa, Organic Millet, Adzuki Bean, Organic Buckwheat, Garbanzo Beans, Kidney Beans, Lentils, Flax Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Chia Seeds, Sesame Seeds. Acerola Cherry Extract. Veggie Blend: Organic Beet, Organic Carrot, Organic Broccoli, Cucumber, Organic Tomato, Kale, Organic Spinach, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Parsley, Asparagus, Brussels Sprouts, Bell Pepper, Garlic, Ginger, Onion. Stevia. Other Ingredients: Probiotic Cultures.