But, it’s still unclear whether rheumatoid arthritis patients would benefit from turmeric in a similar way to osteoarthritis patients.
You should always speak to a doctor before deciding to add more turmeric to your diet – and it should never be used as a replacement for prescribed medication.
However, if you’re tempted to give it a go, you could add ground turmeric to your diet, or even consider drinking turmeric tea.
Shop-bought tea is often a better choice than simply adding a pinch of turmeric to your dinner, because it can be specifically designed to have a higher concentration of curcumin.
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