Turmeric is widely known around the world for its anti-inflammatory properties, which have made it a very popular herb. However, those anti-inflammatory properties can also benefit symptoms of autism, since many believe that autism is a neuro-inflammatory condition. By lowering overall inflammation throughout the body, you reduce the chances of developing a chronic disease, and can also remedy some of the behavioral and physiological symptoms of autism that are connected to inflammation.
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