- From curcumin + -oid (Wiktionary)
“Many studies indicate that turmeric in general, and its curcuminoid fraction specifically, possess significant potential in preventing and treating cancer.”
“The curcuminoid pigments in turmeric are safe, highly effective antioxidants.”
“Now I take a gram of turmeric extract curcuminoid as a supplement daily.”
“The studies described here were undertaken to determine the in vivo efficacy of well-characterized curcuminoid-containing turmeric extracts in the prevention or treatment of arthritis using streptococcal cell wall (SCW) - induced arthritis, a well-described animal model of rheumatoid arthritis.”
“A curcuminoid - containing turmeric extract similar in composition to these supplements was isolated and administered intraperitoneally to female Lewis rats prior to or after the onset of streptococcal cell wall-induced arthritis.”
“A commercial sample containing 94% of the three major curcuminoids was more potent in preventing arthritis than the essential oil-depleted turmeric fraction when compared by total curcuminoid dose per body weight.”
“However, adding aliquots of dimethyl sulfoxide-dissolved curcuminoids to serum proved to be more efficient, producing soluble curcuminoid concentrations of at least 3 mM in human serum.”
“Both methods resulted in high levels of curcuminoid-solubility in mammalian sera from different species.”
“These results suggest the possibility of alternative therapeutic approaches by injection or infusion of relatively small amounts of curcuminoid-enriched serum.”
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