It looks like nature has been giving us all that we need and we haven’t been able to make the best of it. But now, it’s time to open our eyes and see what nature truly has to offer and make the best of it.
Turmeric and honey can be the best antibiotic
Check it the following relevant tweet below:
cause sickness. When these two are combined, they create a mixture that is even more effective at fighting infection than either one alone.
¼ cup of organic honey
a teaspoon of turmeric powder
— 🛑 mocking the PEOPLE (@alextopol) June 15, 2023
The post continued and stated the following:
“Preparation: In a mixing bowl, combine the honey and turmeric. Cover it with a towel and keep it at room temperature. Stir it well before using it. As an extra tip, you can add a little black pepper or coconut oil or a little lemon juice.”
— Sarah Wilde (@SarahWi38194599) June 15, 2023
Turmeric, a member of the ginger family, is a plant that’s naturally found in Southeast Asia and is widely cultivated in the region, especially in India. The rhizome or underground stem of the plant is commonly used as a spice in cooking and as a traditional medicine.
For centuries, turmeric has been a part of Ayurveda and other Indian medical traditions, as well as Eastern Asian medical practices like traditional Chinese medicine. In India, it was primarily used to treat skin disorders, respiratory problems, joint pain, and digestive issues.
Today, turmeric is increasingly popular as a dietary supplement for a range of ailments, including arthritis, digestive problems, allergies, respiratory infections, liver disease, depression, and more.
Turmeric is a common spice and a major ingredient in curry powder. Curcumin is a major component of turmeric, and the activities of turmeric are commonly attributed to curcuminoids (curcumin and closely related substances). Curcumin gives turmeric its yellow color.
Turmeric dietary supplements are made from the dried rhizome and typically contain a mixture of curcuminoids. Turmeric is also made into a paste for skin conditions.
We suggest that you check out more details about this in the official notes on NIH.