After receiving many emails requesting more information on Enhansa, which is curcumin, I decided to post one of the many informative pieces (thank you Advance-Health.com) I have read on the subject. I know this will help you all in understanding the benefits of this substance, and I encourage you to do your own research to discover more about the subject.
As most of you know by now, last month I put my entire family on Enhansa/curcumin and have seen some incredible changes. Charlie’s language has exploded, he’s talking almost non-stop, as if he is making up for lost time. He definitely had die-off, and has maintained good general health through a month filled with various flu bugs (knock on wood!).
My teenage daughter has become more social (I’m not kidding). She went from miserable to adorable in a matter of weeks. Am I saying curcumin can cure teenagers of their angst? Nah. I’m just saying she’s more social, especially with family.
I could swear my teenage son’s acne has improved, but I’m holding out on that one until I see it clear up. I have not read anywhere that curcumin treats acne; however, because of its antimicrobial properties, I thought I’d give it a try. I’m going to give it another two weeks and then I’ll give you a full report on any improvements, and what my son thinks about it.
As far as the adults in the house, my mother, my husband and I all take Enhansa. Yesterday was our first day at the full dose, and I’m expecting to see some upset – as it seems each time we increase our dose we get a variety of side effects (sores, rashes, aches, extreme fatigue, bloating, diarrhea). Stay tuned for more updates on my little curcumin experiment.
Here’s the article from Advance-Health.com: