If there has ever been one plant that “does it all”, turmeric (Curcuma longa), seems the perfect candidate. Its many health benefits and applications fill entire libraries: a search for “turmeric” on Web of Science returned 6,681 hits, and a search for “curcumin”, turmeric’s best known constituent, yielded a whopping 28,122 papers. At point of writing, the Cochrane Library holds 94 publications of controlled clinical trials involving turmeric: whoever says that knowledge of its health benefits is fictitious or anecdotal at best, has accomplished a high degree of ignorance.
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