Do turmeric supplements really treat pain, boost mood, and improve allergies? Experts say they work best for 2 condition

About $50 billion is spent annually on supplements by Americans. Turmeric, a vibrant orange root with origins in both ancient Eastern medicine and cuisine,

is one of the most well-known. Supporters are prepared to spend $20 or more on a bottle in the hopes of treating other illnesses, 

, reducing blood sugar and cholesterol, and relieving pain and inflammation associated with arthritis. 

National Geographic has named the well-known falls as one of the greatest locations to witness an eclipse,

. Is the money worth it, though?

The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities of turmeric have been extensively studied,

The city receives 14 million visits annually on average.

 but it has been challenging to substantiate any health claims due to the vast range of supplement potencies and doses utilized in studies.

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