Benefits of Turmeric for Colon Spasm
Turmeric, a pungent spice commonly used in Indian cuisine, is a central focus in both Ayurvedic and modern herbalism. Because it contains curcumin, a powerfully medicinal compound, turmeric may have potential for treating a variety of common discomforts and diseases. Symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or spastic colon may be alleviated with turmeric supplementation.
Mechanism of Action
Curcumin has noticeable anti-inflammatory effects, which may alleviate the mild inflammation and gas that occur with colon spasms.
Placebo-controlled studies have concluded that turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties may enable effective treatment for the symptoms of colon spasms.
Curcumin in turmeric may help to eliminate “bad” bacteria and yeast from the colon, making it an important step in conquering the underlying causes of colon spasms.
While turmeric’s medicinal properties have been studied for people who suffer from colon spasms, large-scale human trials are still limited and it has not been endorsed by the Food and Drug Administration.
Turmeric is associated with very few side effects. However, because its potential interactions are not yet known, people considering turmeric supplementation should discuss the issue with a qualified physician.