- As a natural anti-inflammatory, turmeric helps combat eye floaters and eye styes.
- It strengthens the optic nerve ensuring there is no loss of vision.
- It keeps the eyes hydrated and prevents dryness of eyes.
- Turmeric may aid in the neutralisation of harmful free radicals, which cause cellular damage when they accumulate in high quantities in your body.
- Turmeric has been shown to alleviate symptoms of depression and arthritis.
- Turmeric provides immune support by reducing inflammation and increasing antioxidant activity.
- It has proven to improve heart health and be effective against Alzheimer's and Cancer.
Backed by Research
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Turmeric can treat a group of eye conditions which damages optic nerves causing vision loss.
Curcumin, the principal curcuminoid of turmeric, has been shown to benefit inflammatory conditions, metabolic syndrome, pain, and to help in the management of inflammatory and degenerative eye conditions.
The antioxidant properties of curcumin can play a key role in the prevention and treatment of chronic inflammation diseases and oxidative stress.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Curcumin is an exciting compound that has shown promise at detecting and treating the neurodegeneration implicated in numerous eye and brain conditions from glaucoma to Alzheimer's disease.
Fogarty International Center
Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, may successfully treat some forms of retinitis pigmentosa.
Central European Journal of Immunology
Turmeric could have beneficial effects on multiple eye conditions including dry eyes, conjunctivitis, cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration.
Curcumin shows potential as a signaling molecule-targeted therapeutic agent for inflammatory and immune-related diseases.
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