Turmeric

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Bed sores, also known as pressure sores, due to the way they are formed, can be painful, inflamed and potentially dangerous areas of the body. They can open and be exposed to other pathogens, which can attack an already weakened immune system. Turmeric powder and its active ingredient, curcumin, have proven anti-inflammatory powers, and can also stimulate blood flow to boost circulation. This will speed up the healing process and promote antioxidant activity in these affected areas. Turmeric powder can be mixed with water and applied as a paste to the site of the bed sores.

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