14 Health Benefits of Turmeric

14 Turmeric Health Benefits For The Body and Brain

What is turmeric?

Turmeric, a rhizome (root) from the plant Curcuma longa, is known for being ground into a bright-yellow spice that is widely popular in India, Asia, and the Middle East. It has been used for centuries in cuisine and traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Early healers once used turmeric as a medicine that was taken in the form of powders, potions, and juice, or applied topically as an ointment, cream, or oil. 

Today, turmeric is promoted as a dietary supplement that can be taken for various conditions, from arthritis to depression. There have been dozens of reputable studies around the major health benefits of turmeric for the body, and many of these benefits are due to curcumin. (32)

What is curcumin?

Curcumin is one of the natural phytochemicals found in turmeric and is by far the most chemically active ingredient. 

Curcumin not only gives turmeric root powder its vibrant orange-yellow pigment, but it is also behind the spice's anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that benefit our overall health in a variety of ways. (15)

Curcumin found in Turmeric
There are major evidence-based health benefits associated with turmeric and its main active compound, curcumin. (15)

How to get the most from your turmeric: Easy tips to keep in mind

As with most natural remedies, finding the most effective and safe dosage of turmeric or curcumin can be challenging. One key element to tapping into the benefits of turmeric lies in how you choose to consume or apply it. Before we get to our list of benefits, we've rounded up our six top tips on how to get the most from turmeric. 

Take it in powder or supplement form

While one could consume enough turmeric through culinary use, if you are looking to use turmeric for its therapeutic benefits for heart disease, arthritis, or Alzheimer's prevention, it is better to opt for a supplement. Opt for a dietary supplement containing fermented turmeric as well as black pepper. Ask your general practitioner about fermented turmeric supplements. (29)

Combine turmeric with pepper to maximize curcumin absorption 

It can be challenging to make the curcumin in turmeric bioavailable, meaning able to be absorbed by the body through digestion so that you can reap the benefits. It helps to consume turmeric or curcumin supplements with black pepper, which contains piperine. Findings show that piperine is a natural chemical that enhances the body's absorption of curcumin by 2,000%. (38)

Turmeric taken with black pepper to activate full range of benefitsCoupling turmeric with black pepper can enhance the spice’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Choose fermented turmeric

Fermented turmeric roots have more concentrated nutrient levels, providing maximum bioavailability. Therefore, fermented turmeric powder is more concentrated than regular turmeric powder, boosting the flavor, absorption, potency, digestion, and assimilation of phytonutrients such as curcumin. The fermentation process also reduces the carbohydrates and sugar content found in turmeric powder. (31) (21) (18)

Aim to ingest turmeric with fats

When taking a turmeric or curcumin supplement, try to consume it with a meal containing healthy fats, such as chia seeds or nut butter. Curcumin is a fat-soluble compound, meaning it won't dissolve in water and needs fatty compounds to be broken down. Findings have shown that consuming turmeric or curcumin with fats helps increase absorption. (17)

Try a turmeric matcha latte

Do you normally have a cup of matcha as part of your daily wellness regime? Consider adding some turmeric powder to your matcha latte. Combining matcha and turmeric not only gives you a double serving of nutrition and benefits, but it also makes for a really lovely flavor combination. You can spice up your routine by making a turmeric matcha latte or opting for an iced golden matcha latte, which offers a powerful boost to your overall health and delivers relaxed focus. (22) (1) 

Turmeric and Matcha Lattes

Don't overdo supplements

When used in cooking or consumed in tea form, turmeric is very safe. However, the higher doses used in experimental studies can cause issues in some individuals. Findings have shown that 1,500 to 2,000 mg of turmeric a day may increase the risk of kidney stones, liver damage, and slow blood clotting; interfere with iron metabolism; and cause nausea and diarrhea. (33) (25)

Fourteen evidence-based benefits of turmeric

Combat chronic inflammation

When left unaddressed, chronic inflammation can wreak havoc on the body, playing a role in various health conditions and diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer's. Turmeric's main active ingredient — curcumin — can potentially help combat chronic inflammation. Studies have shown that in high doses, curcumin can suppress inflammation by helping fight free radicals and repairing bodily damage caused by oxidation. (15) (12) (14)

Alleviate arthritis

Studies over the past few years have shown that it may help relieve joint pain. In one randomized trial, patients given two 500 mg capsules of curcumin experienced as much pain relief as those who took 50 mg of the anti-inflammatory drug daily. Another study done over 12 weeks found that turmeric extract was more effective than the placebo in reducing knee pain in those with knee osteoarthritis. (37) (43)

Manage and prevent diabetes

Thanks to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, it may help balance blood sugar in individuals with type 2 diabetes. One clinical trial found that participants who supplemented their diabetes medication with turmeric experienced lower blood sugar levels, inflammation, and oxidative stress. Another randomized controlled trial with over 240 prediabetic people found that those who took a daily supplement of 250 mg of curcumin for nine months did not develop type 2 diabetes, while 16.4% of the placebo group did. (26) (8) (10)

Heighten your body's antioxidant capacity

Oxidative damage is one of the biggest stressors on the body and accelerates aging and many chronic conditions. It is not only an incredible natural antioxidant, but it may also help the body better absorb and use other antioxidants. Both animal and cellular research suggest that curcumin may neutralize free radicals and help stimulate other antioxidants though more human clinical studies are needed to confirm these benefits. (27) (36)

Boost brain health

Several animal studies have found that curcumin can increase brain levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a gene that impacts neuron health and longevity. This means that, when taken as a supplement, curcumin may help improve memory and attention. In one 18-month human study wherein half of the participants took 90 mg of curcumin twice a day and the others took a placebo, the participants who took the curcumin twice a day had a 28% improvement in their memory tests. In comparison, the placebo group had no notable memory improvements. (3) (41) (16) (17)

Help treat Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer's disease is the world's most common form of dementia. Research findings suggest that curcumin may help prevent the formation of and even help break down amyloid-beta plaques — which are toxic protein 'clumps' or 'tangles' that build up in the body from Alzheimer's disease. Current studies are looking at whether curcumin can stop or potentially reverse Alzheimer's disease in humans. (47) (46)

Combat depression

It may be a natural way to alleviate symptoms of depression. In one controlled trial, 60 individuals with major depressive disorder were placed into three groups at random—one group took one gram of curcumin daily, another took the antidepressant medication Prozac and curcumin, and the third group took only Prozac for six weeks. Findings from this study showed that curcumin could be just as effective as the antidepressant Prozac. Furthermore, other findings suggest curcumin can boost the brain's serotonin and dopamine levels. (35) (23) (34)

Protect eyes against degeneration

Did you know a turmeric solution may help reduce the symptoms of developing eye conditions and also protect the eyes from degeneration?

The curcumin found in turmeric has shown promise in detecting and treating neurodegeneration in the eyes. An animal-based study published in Scientific Reports found that when used topically, curcumin may protect eyes against degeneration. In the study, researchers placed a curcumin eye drop solution in the rats' eyes two times per day for three weeks. After three weeks, untreated rats had a 23% reduction in their retina cells compared to the rat group receiving topical curcumin eye drops. (9) (30)

Slow down aging

Curcumin has been well-documented to combat the effects of oxidation and inflammation in the body, and researchers believe it may even have effects that go far beyond disease prevention. Due to the positive health effects seen against heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's, and other chronic diseases, researchers believe curcumin has the potential to be used as an anti-aging supplement at any age. (40) (39)

Stunt cancer growth and development

Multiple studies have shown that curcumin effectively combats the rampant and dangerous cellular growth that comes with cancer. Researchers have found that curcumin can help reduce the growth of new blood vessels in existing tumors, prevent metastasis (the spread), and may even help the body destroy cancerous cells. In one 30-day study where 44 men with lesions in their colons were given 4 grams of curcumin a day, the participants experienced a 40% reduction in lesions. (2) (36) (13) (6)

Improve skin health

Because it is full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds such as curcumin, turmeric has the amazing ability to help boost skin health. Curcumin has been linked to helping with a range of dermatological conditions, such as alopecia, psoriasis, acne, and eczema. Findings also show that the curcumin in turmeric can help speed up wound healing. Topical and oral turmeric products have gained popularity for improving skin health; however, more studies need to be conducted to completely understand turmeric's effectiveness in dermatology. (42)


Suffer from acne? Try a turmeric face mask to help target your pores and calm down the skin. (42)

Minimize the risk of heart disease

Curcumin has several beneficial effects that combat various elements of heart disease. Curcumin can help reduce oxidation and inflammation, but the most notable effect that curcumin has against heart disease is its ability to enhance the lining of blood vessels, known as the endothelium. This is what permits curcumin to help regulate blood pressure, blood clotting, and other factors of heart disease. In one study of 121 adults undergoing coronary bypass surgery, participants who received 4 grams of curcumin for a few days before and after surgery had a 65% lower chance of a heart attack in the hospital. (21) (19) (20) (44)

Combat symptoms of common allergies

Do you suffer from hay fever (allergic rhinitis)? Promising studies have shown that consuming turmeric can reduce the symptoms of hay fever, such as itching, runny nose, sneezing, and congestion. Researchers have found that curcumin can alleviate nasal symptoms and improve airflow in patients with allergic rhinitis. In another animal-based study, mice treated with turmeric experienced a significantly reduced allergic response. (24) (45)

Reduce symptoms of IBS

Early findings, including a study of 207 adults and another animal study using rats, found that turmeric can help improve IBS symptoms such as abdominal pain and cramping. Turmeric is also being studied as a potential treatment for other digestive diseases such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. (5) (28) (11)

Could taking turmeric lead to any side effects?

When taken in acceptable doses, turmeric usually doesn’t cause severe side effects. That being said, too much of a good thing can lead to adverse effects. Some people report experiencing mild symptoms such as an upset stomach, dizziness, and diarrhea when it is taken in higher doses. However, it is likely safe to apply turmeric topically or consume it in a tea form.

Wondering how much is safe to consume? According to research, taking turmeric in higher amounts than 1.4 milligrams per pound of bodyweight could have adverse side effects. 

The final word

Turmeric is truly a superfood ingredient that can do wonders for your wellness when consumed and used correctly. 

Recent research results on turmeric's health benefits are very promising, but keep in mind you could experience side effects from the regular ingestion of turmeric. 

If there is a specific health concern you are looking to address with turmeric or curcumin, we recommend having a conversation with your doctor before making it a staple in your daily routine.


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