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Thread: Will turmeric help with joints?

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    Official Representative (VIP) Vadim Fedorov's Avatar
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    turmeric helps with digestive issues, not joints

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROIDDERS View Post
    turmeric will help lower testosterone it sucks
    It's a 50/50 according to my 2 minutes research. More studies needed

    For joint support use a product like N2JointRX

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    You can use turmeric but don't completely rely on it....you need treatment also....

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    Half tab spoon of turmeric powder with warm milk just before you sleep really helpful. Its a Indian traditional medicine. Great stuff

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    Good for inflammation not bad to add daily!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyyan View Post
    What do you guys think about supplementing with tumeric and what kind of benefits can I get from this stuff
    someone with knee problem said that he started using it recently. He is in line to get a knee replacement and the tumeric seems to help with inflammation


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    The guys are right it will help with inflammation but is not an end all

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    You need more than a single ingredient for joints man. I would look into N2JointRX, Ostarine, Nutrobal, and Krill-TS.
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