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What 12,000 Curcumin Powder research literatures tell us?

May 14, 2021

In 1949, "Nature" firstly published that curcumin powder has anti-bacterial activity. Since then, animal and cell experiments on it have been continuously conducted around the world for decades. Up to now, there are more than 12,000 research literatures related to curcumin worldwide, more than 200 clinical studies have been published. As shown in the figure, the global research literature is rising linearly, strong scientific test data is boosting the its market.

Reviewing and analyzing the literature concerned with Curcumin Powder, Its anti-cancer effect is more recognized. As early as 2007, the NIH in the United States has approved curcumin for clinical trials against some cancers, such as pancreatic , rectal , multiple myeloma and other cancers. In recent years, there have been countless researches on curcumin's anti-cancer , but most of the related mechanisms are not clear.

What 12,000 Curcumin Powder research literatures tell us

Until 2018, a joint study conducted by researchers from Peking University, Zhejiang University, and the University of California, San Diego found for the first time that curcumin can bind to the dual-specific tyrosine phosphorylation-regulated kinase DYRK2 at an atomic level, and has a higher level of inhibition than IKK. Or GSK3 is 500 times stronger. In addition, the combined use of curcumin and chemotherapeutic drugs will produce synergistic results. These studies provide more ideas for the development of new anti-cancer drugs.

Anti-inflammatory is an important physiological property of curcumin, because its various health effects are inseparable from anti-inflammatory, such as cardiovascular , cognitive , arthritis, intestinal inflammation, tumors, etc. The anti-inflammatory pathways of curcumin are diversified, The most important thing is its inhibition of NF-KB inflammatory factors, which are also important molecules that cause tumor cells. In the future, promising areas for curcumin research include: sports nutrition (exercise recovery, immunity improvement, joint health, etc.), cognitive health (depression, Alzheimer's disease), eye health (glaucoma) and skin health (Anti-aging, whitening, psoriasis).

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