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springshowers
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Which do you take and why ?
Below link says turmeric with black pepper and certain specifications better than taking curcumin.
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What do you take and what do you know ?

Adding it for treating blood and anticoagulant along with cheyenne pepper. Any info or knowledge appreciated including
Best purest natural brands to purchase.

Curcumin-or-Turmeric Dr Weil

"I frequently recommend turmeric supplements, and I believe whole turmeric is more effective than isolated curcumin for inflammatory disorders, including arthritis, tendonitis, and autoimmune conditions."

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Anyone purchase from Dr Weil supplements
Looks like he has a good line and organic and ones that have
No soy no gluten and veg and other considerations.

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I take turmeric. I like it in tincture because it works faster.

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I do fine with bulk turmeric powder that I put in 00 size capsules.
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I use curcumin, but if turmeric really works better I may try it again.

I had bought some cheap turmeric once and it did a number on my acid reflux.

I take NOW curcumin with pretty good success. No stomach issues if I take it with food.

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By accident, I found out turmeric tincture kills some parasites, where capsules do not. If parasites are suspected, I would recommend using the tincture. It will kill the small tapeworms that can come from fleas. If it kills those, it likely kills other types also.

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We use Himalaya brand tumeric. which works pretty well. Kind of expensive but worth it.

It is a great anti-fungal among other things. Clears up hubby's jock itch.

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