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Turmeric is a very popular herb with an impressive reputation in the natural remedy world. When it comes to lupus, turmeric’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant components make it a valuable part of your spice rack. Inflammation is the most common symptom of lupus and turmeric’s active ingredient, curcumin, is known to directly relieve inflammation in the body. Furthermore, turmeric can settle the stomach and even help to manage blood pressure. Finally, turmeric can moderate the activity of the immune system, reducing the negative response that it has to the body’s normal, healthy cells.

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