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Turmeric is famed for so many reasons across the world, but in the treatment of injuries, lacerations and bruises, it is particularly effective. When consumed internally, it can stimulate the immune system and speed up regrowth and repair of damaged cells throughout the body. This includes the repair and regrowth of blood vessels that were damaged by bruising. Turmeric owes its versatile and powerful properties to its active ingredient, curcumin, a very important antioxidant that aids many processes in the body. A turmeric paste can also be made and topically applied to the site of the bruise.

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