Yup, breaking those generics in half doednt work.Hey,
Is anyone prescribing these or have any thoughts on them?
Basically, I want to know if there is actually a decreased risk of CV/renal/GI morbidity. And if so, is the decreased risk decreased enough to use them?
No, evidence stinks.Is there good evidence for this? My mother-in-law swears by it...but also thinks that IV aloe vera is a viable treatment for cancer.
"good evidence" for a generic ground up root like turmeric will never appear, because the world wide profits from turmeric sales would never pay for a good study, OTOH, negative results would create big pharma profits and keep them from going belly up. i can tell you this - i got great results in my clinic, and according to a nephrologist i asked, turmeric does not negatively impact renal function. big winIs there good evidence for this? My mother-in-law swears by it...but also thinks that IV aloe vera is a viable treatment for cancer.
have fun!How about you say turmeric might help you, but medically speaking it is not supported. But no downside.