One month, this magazine that I was reading, in fact all of them started going crazy over turmeric…
Turmeric is little known herb that is very beneficial for women’s fertility in the female reproductive system. if you would like to know more about her herbs good for fertility and are considering using turmeric read this blog to learn more about this amazing golden herb and how to use it to improve your fertility naturally.
The active ingredient in turmeric includes your curcuminoids and volatile essential oils. Turmeric is needed to South Asia and has been used for thousands of years as both a medicinal herb, food spice, dye and cosmetic. It has many chemical compounds and has been used for various applications.
Although turmeric anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits are better known for its use for arthritis pain, research suggests turmeric is beneficial for a woman with uterine fibroids endometriosis PCOS/ cysts, PMS and amenorrhea.
I remember I used to read tons of health magazines as a teenager every month a new herb would be featured in various magazines as a new SuperFood.
I was always intrigued and felt like I was learning something new. One month it would be noni fruit. The next month it would be some other rare planet from the Amazon Rainforests. Weeks after that they might feature wheatgrass and the list of new herbs spices and supplements would continue.
But one month, this magazine that I was reading, in fact all of them started going crazy over turmeric.
Turmeric!? I thought…
All these magazines were singing the praises of something that I grew up using–or my mom did, for that matter–that we put in our food almost on a daily basis.
I really started to question all of the other superfoods that I had read about all the years prior. Because up until that point, every other herb I read about was pretty much in new to me.
But turmeric was that thing my mom had stacked up in her kitchen cabinet that she never seem to run out of. And here it was being sold and promoted in these magazines for several dollars for quantities way less than what we already had.
But I will admit, that even though turmeric with a staple in my household, I never didn’t know the value of it.
So I was a little intrigued as to why these magazines felt as though this herb was something new, exciting and beneficial.
Are familiar with turmeric and wondering the same thing? Well, keep reading, I’m about to share with you all of the exciting fertility benefits of turmeric and how you can use it to enhance your fertility naturally especially if you are a woman.
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COMMON USES OF TURMERIC
Turmeric is a rhizome, similar to ginger with a very pungent bitter taste and a distinct scent when using it to cook or otherwise.
Turmeric is most commonly used in Jamaican, Indian and Caribbean cuisine such as in Trinidad and Guyana.
If you ever had Jamaican curry goat, doubles or been to an Indian restaurant you’ve likely had turmeric before.
Curry is a blend of turmeric cumin and other spices such as paprika are cardamom used to add deep pungent flavor and spiciness or heat to dishes that required strong flavoring.
Turmeric is mildly abrasive to the skin and have been used in many skin care remedies externally for things such as burns, blemishes and in cosmetics.
TURMERIC FERTILITY BENEFITS
A lesser-known benefit of turmeric root are its fertility enhancing properties for the female reproductive system.
Turmeric benefits Include:
antispasmodic; and an emmenagogue
Turmeric acts as a weak estrogen and has some phytoestrogenic activity. However turmeric’s weak estrogenic activity plays a therapeutic role in the female reproductive system.
Turmeric has many benefits on the menstrual cycle
As an antispasmodic it helps to minimize cramps by reducing the intensity of uterine contractions which helps to reduce menstrual cramp pain.
It’s antioxidants an anti-inflammatory properties also have to reduce pain and information associated with fibroids, endometriosis and cysts surrounding the womb.
Curcumin in turmeric helps to reduce inflammatory cytokines caused by endometriosis which may reduce pain.
as an emmenagogue, turmeric also helps to regulate blood flow to the uterine area and is very beneficial for stagnant blood or fibroids and amenorrhea.
HOW TO USE TURMERIC
Turmeric is not easily digested on its own. When consuming turmeric it is best to cook turmeric in food for several hours if possible, such as in a slow cooker since it is a root and roots are best consumed as infusions.
Turmeric may also be beneficial in a Yoni Steam where you are able to sustain the heat of the water for at least 30 minutes using a heat source such as an induction berner. (extreme caution should be used when using a heat source while Yoni steaming.)
If you are unable to cook turmeric, or yoni steam, you can get the benefits of turmeric by adding coconut oil or black pepper to your turmeric in a glass of hot water and sweeten it to your liking to consume as a tea.
Coconut oil and black pepper both help to speed and enhance its absorption into the body as well as aid in your digestion of turmeric.
Do not consume turmeric if you have digestive issues. Turmeric is a mild detoxifier and may cause bowel movements after consumption.
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So tell me, how have you used turmeric in the past? Do you plan to add turmeric to your regular fertility routine? I would love to know please share in the comments section below.