Is Turmeric Good for Arthritis? 

Arthritis is a condition which can affect people of all ages, causing pain and inflammation within the joints. There are two common types of arthritis: osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. However, osteoarthritis is the most prevalent, with 10% of adults in the UK suffering from the condition.  

Although arthritis is a chronic condition with no cure, there are ways to manage the symptoms. Lifestyle changes, medication and even holistic remedies such as turmeric have been reported to limit the impact of the condition. But how do you take turmeric for arthritis and can it really ease symptoms? 

Does Turmeric Help Arthritis? 

Despite the fact that turmeric is not considered as aofficial treatment for arthritis, studies have shown promising results when it comes to relieving some of the associated symptoms. 

Turmeric Powder

Popular in Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric is thought to be able to ease some of the inflammation associated with arthritis because of the purported anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin, the active compound found in turmeric.  

Curcumin works by blocking the inflammatory cytokines which cause the inflammation and subsequent pain within the joints. This could potentially help to ease pain, reduce swelling and increase mobility in those suffering from arthritis. 

How do You Use Turmeric for Arthritis?

When it comes to taking turmeric, it’s important to ensure you’re taking it in its most bioavailable form in order to reap all of the health benefitsBut what is the best way to take turmeric for arthritis? 

Black Pepper Corn

You may have been hoping that a tasty curry was the cure for some of your arthritis symptoms, but unfortunately that’s not the case. The best way to take turmeric is in liquid form, such as a punchy Raw Turmeric shot or blended in a smoothie. That’s because when it’s taken in liquid form, the body doesn’t have to break down any solids before the active ingredients can be absorbed, as it would with tablets or food.  

But that’s not all – it’s important to take turmeric alongside black pepper, as the active compound, piperine, can increase the body’s absorption of curcumin by up to 2,000% 

Raw Turmeric Shots for Arthritis 

Don’t just take our word for it – more and more people are taking advantage of the benefits of turmeric for arthritis.  

Take The Turmeric Co. customer, John Vergopoulos for example. He had been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis in his fingers and had been developing osteoarthritis over a number of years. This triggered a visit to his GP, who suggested incorporating turmeric into his diet.  

After including our Raw Turmeric & Ginger shots in his daily routine, John quickly noticed the benefits: 

“I’ve been taking the shots for around two years now and I’ve received nothing but incredible results – in particular, the soreness in my back and joints has dramatically reduced.” 

Another happy customer, Keith Morrisonhas also been reaping the benefits of turmeric for arthritis: 

“I have been in pain for over 20 years with arthritis in my ankle, after taking turmeric shots for 2 weeks the pain level dropped from 10 to 1.” 

If you’re looking to see if the benefits of turmeric for arthritis could work for you, a delicious Raw Turmeric shot could be exactly what you’re looking for. With 35g of fresh raw turmeric and black pepper extractour potent shots deliver nutrients in what we believe to be their most bioavailable form. Simply enjoy one each morning to see if the power of our turmeric shots can help to ease your arthritis symptoms alongside your existing medication!