Keep in mind; our chances of getting cancer in life are never fully eradicated. However, Mother Nature has blessed us with turmeric.
Turmeric is a yearly plant native to Southeast Asia, China, and India. The plant has large, elliptical leaves and yellow funnel-shaped flowers. Beneath the plant, a dense yellowish-orange rhizome is present. When the rhizome is dried and powdered, the beautiful golden spice turmeric is reaped. Cooks use this coveted spice worldwide to add a warm taste and color to foods. Turmeric has also been used for centuries in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines to treat inflammation and cure infections.
Curcumin is the bright orange pigment derived from turmeric (curcuminoids). Curcumin for cancer has displayed incredible anti-cancer benefits. In countries where people eat turmeric daily, research has shown lower rates of certain types of cancer. Gulping about 100 to 200 mg daily over long periods seems to work best in most cases.