EQ YELLOW Ginger Tea


EQ is a concept proposed by western psychologists, our EQ is the capacity for effectively recognizing and managing our own emotions and those of others. The factors affect to EQ control involve one’s lifestyles, imbalanced hormones, sleep quality and changes of body health condition. Hence, no matter how high your EQ is, if your EQ is out of control, your health will definitely be jeopardized. Male and female emotion wave health impacts:  menopause, imbalanced hormones, brown pigmentation, pain at chest and hypochondrium, migraine, headache, pimples, high blood pressure and diabetes.

         

EQ Yellow Ginger is a food supplement for liver healthcare, antioxidants, blood circulation to open up narrowed blood vessels, lower high blood fat & blood pressure, promoting good memory, preventing tumor, reducing brown pigmentation, modulating menstrual and menopause. Its invention is in line with contemporary living lifestyles which is full of strain, high competition, stayed late, over committed, imbalanced dietary, overloaded tasks, stressful or tension, over emotional.  EQ Yellow Ginger is functioning to relieve many types of civil diseases by synchronizing our heart and mind to acquire an optimal health.


About Turmeric

You may be familiar with turmeric, also known as  curcumin longa, for its culinary uses. Turmeric, a member of the ginger family,  is frequently used in Indian cuisine and added to curries for its distinctive  yellow color. However, the active ingredient in turmeric, curcumin, is also used  for treating a multitude of health conditions. According to the University of  Maryland Medical Center, turmeric may be useful for preventing atherosclerosis  and alleviating osteoarthritis symptoms. It also may have potential benefits for  cancer and diabetes, although further studies are needed. Additionally, curcumin  may be useful for alleviating the symptoms of mood disorders, such as depression.  


Turmeric for Depression

Traditional and herbal healers have used herbs and  spices such as turmeric to heal a wide range of mental and physical complaints  for thousands of years. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, turmeric been used for 4,000 years and is still commonly used in Ayurvedic and Chinese traditional medicine. Turmeric may help with the symptoms of certain  physical conditions as well as specific mental-health issues, such as depression.


Turmeric for Depression: Clinical Evidence

Clinical studies showing the benefits of turmeric for  mood and depression have largely been performed on laboratory animals. One  study, published in the October 2006 issue of the journal, "Brain Research," examined the effects of curcumin administration to laboratory rats after  exposure to a chronic stress protocol. The results of the study showed that  curcumin supplementation had a beneficial effect on reducing stress-related  depressive symptoms. These results may be extrapolated to humans, although further studies are needed. Another study, published in 2008 in the journal  "Psychopharmacology," showed that curcumin increased serotonin production and  had an antidepressant effect on laboratory mice exposed to several lab tests. A  review published in the November 2009 issue of the "Scientific World Journal"  hypothesizes that curcumin may provide benefits for depression by assisting with  the regulation of brain neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin and  inhibiting the monoamine oxidase enzyme, which plays a role in breaking down  these neurotransmitters. Further studies on human subjects are needed to fully  evaluate the benefits of curcumin for depression.


Article Source: imbir.info/gingerhealth/2011/02/ginger-turmeric/






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