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    Maximum turmeric dosage for inflammation

    I don’t take Advil, Tylenol, or aleve. I’ve been taking 2g of turmeric a day, once a day.

    What’s the maximum dosage would you suggest for pain/inflammation? Curious about everyone’s input

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    bro around 2000mgs per day if you want anti inflammation...
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3535097/
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    Quote Originally Posted by gearhead View Post
    bro around 2000mgs per day if you want anti inflammation...
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3535097/
    Thanks for digging this up for me. I should’ve known to check ncbi

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph734k View Post
    Thanks for digging this up for me. I should’ve known to check ncbi
    Bro all good... we answer all questions on evo... always glad to help an evo brother
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    Gearhead has you covered.

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    the best way to reduce inflammation is fasting.
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    I recommend researching Tumeric as I'm not an expert on the subject.
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    Tumeric reduces inflamation by thinning the blood -- very much like aspirin. And by the way, Advil and Aleve are inferior to aspirin in many ways even though they've become more popular.
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    Looks like based on the study posted above that you are already taking the proper dose to reduce inflammation.
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    No odea but im sure searching it youll find answers

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