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Turmeric Cure for MRSA

Turmeric
Posted by B (Raleigh, Nc) on 01/07/2013
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

Update: I started take 3 "00" sized capsules of turmeric and pepper with a spoonful of olive oil a day for about one week. Had to stop, because it brought on menstrual bleeding! Sure enough, turmeric is a natural emmenagogue used in Ayurvedic medicine. I made these pills myself, so they were not packed very tightly, but I would guess I was taking about 2400mg/day. I started taking one pill per day (800mg) because it absolutely worked for staph! I would definitely warn women to be careful. Especially if you're taking turmeric/pepper/olive oil because you will most likely be absorbing all of that.


Turmeric
Posted by Braden (Chattanooga, Tn) on 11/02/2010
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

Tumeric is very good. The first time I used it (orally)the results were immediate and successful. Also oregano oil is very effective (used topically). Unfortunately after using these for over a year they are no longer very helpful.


Turmeric
Posted by Jdawg (Fredericton, Nb, Canada) on 08/20/2010
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

Turmeric for MRSA: Well, I tried 1 tsp in milk 3x daily with meals and then switched to a standardized capsule with meals but within a day my gut was killing me (belching, bloating, flatulence). It may have made the boil on my arm better but I'm still sick and won't be taking the turmeric internally anymore unless I'm really sick. Hope my immune system takes over now.


Turmeric
Posted by Elveta (Gloucester, VA) on 07/06/2008
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

I wanted you to know that I have been officially treated for 2 MRSA boils since May 10. I *think* I've had 3 boils but caught the 2nd one under my arm quckly, lanced it myself, put turmeric on it AND took turmeric internally. This 3rd time it looked like a spider bite in the center of my chest, just like you said. I took 2 turmeric pills every hour but it must have been too late...sigh....had it lanced yesterday. Is there anywhere on here that tells us how to KILL the MRSA? How to not get these boils anymore or (worse) transfer them to our families? What about grapefruit seed extract in the nose? I have read that that's worse....I just need some help here. Drs keep telling me "Not to worry" but this is no small matter in our household!! Thank you so much.

EC: Please read Ted's answers in the Q&A section here: https://www.earthclinic.com/cures/MRSA_questions.html


Turmeric
Posted by michelle (indianapolis, indiana) on 02/11/2008
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

Turmeric cured my son's MRSA. He seen a doctor for four months and it would not go way when taking two of the same and two different kinds a medication. I let my fingers do the walking and found this web page. I know it does not cure, but does suppress the MRSA. He and I say thank you very much. I know it only suppress because when not taking the systoms come back!!! Thanks Michelle and Michael from Indy!!


Turmeric
Posted by Daniel (Lafayatte, Colorado) on 10/30/2007
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

I had for half a year MRSA on my foot. I have been taking turmeric as recommended for the past 4 months. it inhibited further growth and dried up the boils. but that's about it. If I stop taking it, the MRSA is back in business as usual. I know; I tried this very thing once. so now what? Daniel