Tummyric for all Gut problems


The brain and the gastrointestinal system are intimately connected. Ever wondered why at the very thought of food, salivation occurs? The nerves that control saliva production are part of a reflex system. The smell, taste or even thought of food can activate this reflex. The part of the brain responsible for this salivary reflex is the medulla oblongata which controls a variety of functions from sneezing to vomiting. On receiving these stimuli, the medulla oblongata sends neurotransmitters to the glands to produce the saliva.

A troubled intestine, in turn can send signals to the brain, just as a troubled brain can send signals to the gut. Therefore, a person’s stomach or intestinal distress can be the cause or the product of anxiety, stress, or depression. This Gut-Brain connection is something to ponder on, especially since we tend to shrug off digestion-related issues as being ordinary.

From time to time we have suffered from numerous stomach- related disorders like heart burn, nausea, acid reflux, diarrhea, flatulence, Irritable Bowel Syndrome etc. As much as we love avoiding these, they are inevitable. The genesis of this problem can be attributed to a weak digestive system caused by bacterial infection, viral infection, inflammation, lactase deficiency, difficulty digesting certain foods, poor circulation to the intestines or other organs, ruptured or perforated organs, muscle dysfunction, gallstones, stress, and side effects of anti-inflammatory drugs. Dietary factors include overeating, eating too much fatty food, not consuming enough fiber, less consumption of water and consuming too much alcohol. Smoking can also contribute to some digestive diseases, including ulcers and gastric acid reflux.

Some digestive disorders are serious and long-lasting while others resolve in a few days without permanent effects. However, the discomfort caused can be a problem. Here are a few common causes of digestive disorders:

Food allergies and food intolerance: Certain foods can cause allergic reactions, including the swelling of the lips, mouth, the back of the throat. They can also lead to nausea and vomiting, but this will take longer to develop. Abdominal pain can also be caused by food intolerance.

Poor diet:  A diet high in fatty, fried and sugary foods and low in fiber can cause stool to pass more slowly through the colon. Inadequate water intake can also lead to constipation, and this can contribute to many other digestive disorders.

Viral or bacterial infection: Bacteria, viruses and parasites can get into the digestive system by means of contact with contaminated surfaces, or contact with infected stools and then ingesting the germs or from eating infected food or drinking infected water.

Inflammation and auto-immune diseases:  These disorders, in which the immune system attacks and harms the body’s own tissues, can involve any part of the digestive system.

Auto-immune diseases that affect the digestive tract include systemic lupus erymathosus, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjögren’s Syndrome and scleroderma, to name but a few. Systemic autoimmune diseases cause a variety of gastro-intestinal problems.

Structural causes:  A structural abnormality in the digestive system (such as the pouches that develop in the intestines of someone with diverticulosis) can hamper the working of the digestive system. An ulcer in the stomach lining or the intestines would be another example, as would be a cancerous tumour.

Genetic causes:  Some digestive diseases are thought to be hereditary. These include colon cancer, Crohn’s disease, diabetes type 1, pancreatic cancer, hypothyroidism, cystic fibrosis, coeliac disease and some liver diseases.

Lifestyle choices:  Constant high stress levels, a lack of exercise, smoking, and drinking can all affect the digestive system.

Medication side effects:  Many medicines, such as certain antibiotics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories and certain diabetes medications, to name but a few, can have side effects that involve the digestive system. Nausea, diarrhoea, ulceration and constipation count among these.

Cancer:   Gastro-intestinal cancer is term for the group of cancers that affect the digestive system, says the GI Cancer Institute. This includes cancers of the throat, gallbladder, liver, pancreas, stomach, small intestine, large intestine and anus. Cancer is a malignant growth or tumour caused by an uncontrolled division of cells, which can spread into surrounding tissues.

Functional problems:  Very commonly people+- experience symptoms related to the gastro-intestinal system, but all the tests are normal.  This can be frustrating to both patient and doctor, because it is difficult to treat.  Irritable bowel syndrome is one of these functional disorders.  The tests usually exclude other serious diseases such as cancer, but the symptoms often affect the patient’s quality of life.

Ageing:  Unfortunately the gastrointestinal system ages with the rest of our bodies.  Our saliva decreases, taste is affected, reflux gets worse, motility if affected etc.

Systemic diseases:  Many systemic diseases affect our gastrointestinal system, such as autoimmune diseases (i.e. scleroderma that affects the motility of the gut), heart failure (the chronic congestion can cause liver cirrhosis), genetic diseases, HIV and diabetes.

No matter the cause or innumerable problems, nature has its own cure: Curcumin

Curcumin is a component of the Indian spice turmeric (Curcumin longa), a type of ginger. Curcumin is one of three curcuminoids present in turmeric which give it the trademark yellow color. The potent compound Curcumin relieves the underlying issues of acid and bile overproduction, thereby promoting benefits to the body instead of painful conditions and helping to produce good bacteria, minimize bad bacteria, and improve the colon’s ability to absorb beneficial nutrients. Curcumin also reduces inflammation, reduces abnormal muscle movements, and soothes digestive issues.

In order to treat digestive problems,it is very important to use pure,oraganic,chemical-free Curcumin.There will be claims aplenty but only a few brands actually sell the real thing. Tummyric is a product of Bagdara Farms, which has high levels of Curcumin, grown organically, is free of pesticides and harmful chemicals.

Jean Jacques-Rousseau quoted “Happiness: a good bank account, a good cook and a good digestion.” Curcumin can help you with digestion so you can go build yourself a good bank account and manage a good cook!

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Clinical Trial & Our Product

Since health care & medicine is an industry, formulations are controlled through intellectual property rights denying easy access to common people and maintaining the buoyancy for the interest holders. Formula’s can be patented and that covers business interests that drive innovations these days.

So instead of conducting trials on the raw root, almost all companies promote clinically tested formulations of extracts to make it appear better then how the phytochemical was in its original state. Its like extracting an important organ from the body and then putting it on support system, expecting it to perform better in insolation then how it could perform when in it was in its natural form. The truth is, that the best way to consume a plant based medicine is in its raw form. Curcumin is one of the active ingredients in the root Curcuma Longa.

Since its more important to know what your food ate then what you ate, its important to know that the supplements you are using based on curcumin has curcumin from a gene modified variety of curcuma longa which suffers from an imbalance of every other mineral. You see a plant also behaves how a human body behaves when it is injected with steroids to gain muscle mass for body building purpose. The plants have higher levels of curcumin but all other secondary minerals found along curcumin in the plant get compromised as the plant can not feed all nutritions equally when it is designed to feed most of its nutrition towards developing higher levels of curcumin. It has severe side effects on the health of the plant and apparently on the people consuming such plants or extracts coming from these plants. However marketing and promotions have evolved to divert attention very wisely.

An extract of any herb can never be stored in its original state and hence needs base agents, preservatives which hardly leave it how it must be. We believe that access to medicine and healthcare is a basic right of every human and animal living on planet earth. Hence we do not first extract and then add preservatives or agents like pepperine to make the extract bio-available. This is the reason we never patent any of our products. We instead hand process the whole root we cultivate in our farms and share it with the people under different brand names for different health conditions based on the concentration of minerals present at testing. You can also buy the seed from us and cultivate it but it will certainly not be as potent as you get from us.

How potent is the active ingredient in the plant depends on the quality of seed, soil, water and environment. Our products work far better then most of the curcumin based supplements globally being used for Therapeutic benefits.

We do not intend to formulate or patent our products. So instead of choosing a supplement with an extract, choose wisely and go for the best and not the Cheapest.

All our products are cultivated, harvested, hand processed and distributed directly from our own farms to ensure that people who depend on our products for their acute and chronic problems get consistent supply of highest quality, ultra premium, medicinal grade, Non-GMO, Indigenous, Naturally enriched with curcumin, Wild Strand curcuma longa powder for therapeutic benefits. We cultivate this in the middle of a national park which happens to be the best breeding ground for Bengal tigers in India called Bandhavgarh.