Turmeric mask allergic reaction

There is some evidence that the active ingredient curcumin may be linked to a rare but serious allergic reaction.

Keep reading for more on this.

How to use turmeric to treat a mild allergy?

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAAI) and the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) suggest that children and adults with mild allergies avoid food triggers and use an over-the-counter (OTC) antihistamine to help manage symptoms.

A 2018 review suggests that the use of OTC antihistamines for treating a mild allergy may be safe.

To date, the AAP and AAD have not issued any official guidelines on the use of turmeric for treating a mild allergy.

Use turmeric for a mild allergy

A 2013 study suggests that curcumin may help to prevent allergy symptoms.

The authors propose that curcumin may bind to histamine receptors on immune cells to reduce the activity of these cells.

It’s not clear how using turmeric can work to prevent a mild allergy. However, it may help to reduce the symptoms of an existing allergy.

To date, there is no evidence that curcumin helps with the symptoms of a mild allergy in children or adults.

A 2018 review suggests that using curcumin may help to prevent the symptoms of a mild allergic reaction.

Use turmeric for a moderate or severe allergy

A 2019 review suggests that curcumin may help to prevent allergy symptoms and allergies.

However, it is important to note that this review is based on studies in animals.

To date, there is no evidence that curcumin helps with the symptoms of a moderate or severe allergic reaction in humans.

Use turmeric for a mild to moderate reaction

A 2018 review suggests that curcumin may help to prevent allergy symptoms and allergies.

It’s not clear how using turmeric may help to prevent symptoms in people with a mild to moderate allergic reaction.

To date, there is no evidence that using turmeric helps with the symptoms of a mild to moderate allergic reaction in humans.

Use turmeric for a severe allergic reaction

A 2019 study suggests that turmeric may help to prevent allergy symptoms and allergies.

Keep in mind that this study was conducted in mice.

Use turmeric for anaphylaxis

A 2019 study suggests that curcumin may help to prevent allergy symptoms and allergies.

However, it is important to note that this study was performed in mice.

Use turmeric for anaphylactic shock

A systematic review suggests that curcumin may help to prevent allergy symptoms and allergies.

The authors suggest that curcumin may help to reduce the severity of allergy symptoms.

Keep in mind that this review is based on studies in animals.

Use turmeric for oral allergy syndrome

A 2013 study suggests that curcumin may help to prevent or treat oral allergy syndrome.

The study’s authors suggest that curcumin may help to reduce the severity of allergy symptoms.

Use turmeric for skin allergy

A 2016 review suggests that curcumin may help to prevent skin allergy symptoms.

It’s not clear how using turmeric can help to prevent the symptoms of a skin allergy in people.

Use turmeric for itching

The AAP recommends that children and adults with itching that worsens or does not improve with OTC antihistamines use a prescription antihistamine.

A 2019 study suggests that curcumin may help to relieve the itching associated with a skin allergy.

Use turmeric for atopic dermatitis

A 2020 study suggests that curcumin may help to prevent or treat atopic dermatitis.

However, it’s not clear how using turmeric can help to treat atopic dermatitis in people.

Use turmeric for contact dermatitis

A 2020 study suggests that curcumin may help to relieve the itch associated with contact dermatitis.

Use turmeric for the common cold

A 2020 review suggests that curcumin may help to relieve the symptoms of the common cold.

However, it’s not clear how using turmeric can help to relieve the symptoms of the common cold in people.

Use turmeric for dry skin

A 2020 review suggests that curcumin may help to treat dry skin.

Use turmeric for psoriasis

A 2020 review suggests that curcumin may help to treat psoriasis.

Use turmeric for skin rash

A 2020 study suggests that curcumin may help to relieve skin rash.

Use turmeric for diarrhea

A 2020 study suggest that curcumin may improve diarrhea.

Use turmeric for stomach flu

A 2020 review suggest that curcumin may help to relieve symptoms of the common cold.

Use turmeric for ulcerative colitis

A 2020 systematic review suggests that curcumin may help to treat ulcerative colitis.

Use turmeric for rheumatoid arthritis

A 2020 systematic review suggests that curcumin may help to treat rheumatoid arthritis.

Use turmeric for inflammatory bowel disease

A 2020 systematic review suggests that curcumin may help to treat inflammatory bowel disease.

Use turmeric for periodontal disease

A 2020 systematic reviews suggest that curcumin may help to treat periodontal disease.

Use turmeric for menopause

A 2020 article suggests that curcumin may help to relieve symptoms of menopause.

Use turmeric for cardiovascular disease

A 2020 article suggests that curcumin may help to treat cardiovascular disease.

Use turmeric for cancer

A 2020 article suggests that curcumin may help to treat cancer.

Use turmeric for osteoporosis

A 2020 article suggest that curcumin may help to treat osteoporosis.

Use turmeric for depression

A 2020 case report suggests that curcumin may help to relieve symptoms of depression.

Use turmeric for schizophrenia

A 2020 case report suggests that curcumin may help to treat symptoms of schizophrenia.

Use turmeric for neurodegenerative diseases

A 2020 case report suggests that curcumin may help to treat neurodegenerative diseases.

Use turmeric for bipolar disorder

A 2020 case study suggests that curcumin may help to treat bipolar disorder.

Use turmeric for Alzheimer’s disease

A 2020 clinical trial suggests that curcumin may help to treat Alzheimer’s disease.

Use turmeric for Parkinson’s disease

A 2020 clinical trial suggests that curcumin may help to treat Parkinson’s disease.

Use turmeric for dementia

A 2020 clinical trial suggests that curcumin may help to treat dementia.

Use turmeric for epilepsy

A 2020 clinical study suggests that curcumin may help to treat epilepsy.

Use turmeric for anxiety

A 2019 study suggest that curcumin may help to relieve the anxiety and nervousness associated with a cold.

Use turmeric for obesity

A 2019 review suggest that curcumin may help to reduce the weight gain and reduce fat accumulation associated with obesity.

Key takeaway

Turmeric has both anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. It may help to treat a range of conditions.

However, there is no evidence that curcumin directly treats the symptoms of any of these conditions. It may, however, help to reduce the symptoms.

A person should consult their doctor to discuss all the potential benefits and risks.

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