Modern Research Finds Turmeric May Be an Herbal Birth Control Alternative


21 Sep

Orlando, FL— Sept. 21, 2016 — As more and more people are becoming knowledgeable about the potential benefits of certain natural alternatives and the demand and popularity of certain spices such as turmeric increases. This spice is thought to help improve overall health and some believe it may help to fight diseases.

Modern research finds that turmeric may be an herbal birth control alternative and potential fertility protector. Turmeric is an ancient spice that has been traditionally used as a natural contraceptive solution to potentially prevent pregnancy. Certain Indian tribes, for instance, recommend the intake of turmeric once every day on an empty stomach for 2 weeks. Women would also start taking the spice on the 5th day following the start of the menstruation.

In an animal-based study, turmeric was found to be as potentially effective as an abortifacient when injected, but not when orally taken. Many of the potential effects of turmeric are believed to be coming from its active ingredient called curcumin, which is a phytochemical.

Curcumin is popularized by the variety of unique substances it contains that are believed to offer antibacterial, antiseptic, antiviral, anti-carcinogenic, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

In another study, it was found that curcumin has the potential to be a useful ingredient in topical spermicidal products. It is also important to note that in the studies, the use of turmeric did not result in fetal abnormalities.

According to statistics, female infertility accounts for 40- 50% of couples struggling to attain pregnancy. There are several factors that are believed to contribute to infertility in women such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis.  In the United States, diagnosis of infertility is made if pregnancy does not take place in 12 months or over of unprotected sex.

Some evidence link infertility to oxidative stress, which may be caused by free radicals. Endometriosis and PCOS are the most common signs of oxidative stress. The potential anti-inflammatory effects of turmeric are thought to help normalize hormone levels.

In some research, it was found that the properties of turmeric have the potential to help prevent natural infertility linked with aging. The metabolites and resveratrol may offer anti-aging effects, which have the ability to protect the eggs of women.
In some clinical studies, it was found that antioxidants have the potential to improve fertility in women suffering from endometriosis.

Women who want to take advantage of the potential health benefits of turmeric may want to consider curcumin supplements. Supplements are believed to have higher levels of curcumin. Some of the more notable curcumin supplements in the market contain a black pepper extract called piperine.
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