Curcumin Is A Powerful Brain Protector & Alleviates Brain Fog

Curcumin is well known for it's anti-inflammatory and cancer fighting properties. Scientists now confirm Curcumin is also a powerful brain protector...Most people suffer from brain fog from time to time, BUT if you are a victim of Electronic Harassment you are likely to experience the harsh effects of brain fog, and pressure in the head and body most of the time.

One thing I have found useful for alleviating the after-effects of brain fog and pressure in the body has been adding Curcumin to my daily diet.

Curcumin is the main active ingredient of the Turmeric plant, and has been widely researched by scientists for many years due to it’s escalating health benefits.

The majority of the studies on Curcumin used Turmeric extract which included large amounts of curcumin – a substance that has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant (cancer-fighting) properties.

In India, Curcumin/Turmeric has been consumed on a daily basis for many years, so this is where the knowledge of the health benefits stemmed from.

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India Has The Lowest Dementia Rates
In The World…

Dr. Sunil Pai Explains Why This Is

​Dr Sunil Pai can back up the fact that Curcumin is a powerful brain protector when he makes the point (in video above)…

“India has the lowest dementia rates in the world, due to this culture having included  Curcumin/Turmeric in their daily diets for many years”.

Curcumin Crosses the Blood-Brain Barrier

Because of the lipophilic nature of curcumin, it crosses the blood-brain barrier and binds to amyloidβ, a protein fragment that is the key agent in the development of plaque in brain cells.

Amyloid is a general term for protein fragments that the body produces normally.

  • In a healthy brain, these protein fragments are broken down and eliminated.​
  • In Alzheimer’s disease, the fragments accumulate, forming hard, insoluble plaques between brain cells.

Once bound to curcumin, the amyloidβ protein fragments can no longer clump together to form plaques. Curcumin not only binds to amyloidβ, but also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, supplying additional protection to brain cells.  Read more

Also see The effect of curcumin (turmeric) on Alzheimer’s disease: An overview

STUDY -Turmeric Compound Boosts Regeneration
Brain Stem Cells​

This study published in BioMed is another study worth noting.

Extract from this 2014 study: The study looked at the effects of aromatic (ar-) turmerone on endogenous neutral stem cells (NSC), which are stem cells found within adult brains.NSC differentiate into neurons and play an important role in self-repair and recovery of brain function in neurodegenerative diseases.
Previous studies of ar-turmerone have shown that the compound can block activation of microglia cells. When activated, these cells cause neuroinflammation, which is associated with different neurological disorders.
Read more Curcumin crosses the Blood-Brain Barrier.

Curcumin has Many Health Benefits



Many people that take Curcumin (tumeric) on a regular basis report a feeling of better health and well – being.

To get the full benefits a large quantity of Curcumin needs to be consumed, for this reason adding a supplement to your daily diet may be an option.

Curcumin is poorly absorbed into the bloodstream.​   Adding black pepper which contains piperine to your daily diet when consuming Curcumin, or taking a Curcumin supplement (that has this ingredient included) will boost the absorption rate up to 2000%.​​

Curcumin not only has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant (cancer-fighting) properties…

Curcumin is also well known to:

  • Alleviate – Sore/stiff muscles/joints
  • Clear various skin rashes
  • Alleviate various – Digestive problems
  • Promote – Brain health & Mental clarity
  • Help to regulate Serotonin and dopamine levels – good for those with anxiety and depression
  • Helps to alleviate headaches
  • Alleviates inflammation and associated pain
  • Eliminates many toxins including various heavy metals
  • Helps the lymphatic system to function properly

Author Note:

As a victim of Electronic Harassment myself, I know only too well that not much works to alleviate the associated after-effects of pain, discomfort, and brain fog it creates, etc.

However – A couple of months ago I started taking Curcumin in a supplement form.  Within 24 hours I noticed a remarkable drop in brain fog.

I had taken my first capsule at dinner time and when I woke up the next morning my brain was more clear and less pressurized – the heavy brain fog that I have woken up with for many years, virtually gone.

Now a few months on and still taking my curcumin supplement daily, not only has the ongoing brain fog and body pressure stayed at low to no levels.

The ongoing aches and pains that I usually have in my body have also lessened significantly.  

My limbs are more flexible, and some but not all of my rashes that just wouldn’t go away from anything the doctor gave me, have also gone.

I hope you find curcumin as beneficial as I have.

Wendy Newman


  • You have underlying health issues – Unless your doctor has confirmed you can take it.
  • You are on other medications – Seek advice from a Health Care professional first.
  • Curcumin should not be used in conjunction with blood thinners such as warfarin and other blood-thinning medications.
  • Due to the blood thinning properties of Curcumin – Do NOT take Curcumin for a two-week period prior to major surgery or extractions of teeth.

Informative Articles about Curcumin Benefits

Dr Douillard – Turmeric – A Most Amazing Spice

Journal – Safety and anti-inflammatory activity of curcumin: a component of tumeric (Curcuma longa)

Journal – Curcumin―The Paradigm of a Multi-Target Natural Compound with Applications in Cancer Prevention and Treatment

Journal – The effect of curcumin (turmeric) on Alzheimer’s disease: An overview

Journal – Protective effect of curcumin against heavy metals-induced liver damage

Article posted September 2016



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