Precautions for safe use of turmeric.

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Taking turmeric in normal amounts found in food or applied to the skin is likely safe. But it should not be used for more than 8 months.

Other uses of turmeric, such as mouthwash and enemas, should be used for a short period of time to be safe.

Turmeric does not usually cause side effects when used or ingested. But in some cases, diarrhea, dizziness, nausea, or stomach pain may occur UFABET  

Taking large or high concentrations of turmeric (more than 1,500 mg per day) should be avoided. As it may cause irregular heartbeats, but the exact cause of this side effect is unclear.

Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not consume high concentrations of turmeric extract. Or large amounts of turmeric without consulting a doctor. As there is no evidence to confirm its safety and the risk to the fetus.    

People who have symptoms of acid reflux should consult a doctor and use with caution, as it may worsen symptoms in some people. 

Can slow down the blood clotting process. People with bleeding disorders may be at risk for easy bruising or bleeding. People who are going to have surgery may be at risk for abnormal bleeding. Therefore, they should avoid consuming at least 2 weeks before surgery.

People with bile duct stones or gallbladder problems should stop using any form of turmeric, as it may make their symptoms worse.

Curcumin, a compound found in turmeric, may lower blood sugar levels. Diabetics should use it with caution to prevent their blood sugar levels from dropping further.

May reduce testosterone levels and sperm motility in semen in men. Men who want to have children should use it with caution.

Consuming high doses may reduce iron absorption, so people with iron deficiency should consume it with caution.