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Turmeric Milk Side Effects
Contaminants: There really are no side effects. The problem is the source of your turmeric. Suggest you get pharmaceutical grade. Many health food stores and general public stores can have contamination with heavy metals and toxic chemicals! ...Read more
Does turmeric supplements or capsules help against gynecomastia? Any side effects and please tell the dosage plan and for how much time?
I've read interesting info abt benefits of broccoli extract, tart cherry extract, turmeric. Any side effects/harm in taking these as supplements?
Anti-inflammatory: Turmeric is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory & reduces pain comparably to drugs like Aspirin & ibuprofen.However, whereas those drugs work quickly one must take turmeric several days to see the benefits-but over time turmeric is far safer! Hot milk likely increases absorption of active agents like curcumin. One can take extracts like meriva. See www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice&dbid=78. ...Read more
Would mixing three tbsp of turmeric with three tbsp of milk, if used daily, remove hair, including stubble?
Probably not: See a dermatologist to discuss your options. ...Read more
Will drinking a glass of turmeric milk every night help in getting full body fair complexion like Britishers?
No, but...: No, drinking various flavorings of milk doesn't alter one's complexion. However, milk is part of a healthy diet. Dairy has lots of calcium and vitamin D. So, if one already eats enough animal fats, buy the nonfat milk. Also, if one drinks sugary drinks, and then switches over to nonfat milk (not chocolate nor strawberry-flavored milk), her generally nutrition improves and may get healthier skin. ...Read more
Avoid seafood: The best treatment for food allergy in general and seafood allergy in particular is complete avoidance of seafood. In case of accidental seafood ingestion/exposure treatment with Epinephrine can be life saving. Drinking turmeric with milk will not prevent, delay or treat a food allergic reaction. Seafood allergy that presents in adulthood is most likely going to be long lasting. ...Read more
Are there natural sources of Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors? I've read pomegranate, milk thistle and turmeric are? True?
Verify your sources: Sadly, despite a huge level of interest in the medicinal properties of foods, or maybe because of it, there is an enormous amount of false, half true, or exaggerated information on the internet. In regards to CAI in Pomegranate, I found a review article in an Iranian pharmacy journal that cited 2 chemistry review articles, neither of which makes any mention of Pomegranate whatsoever. ...Read more
I have spots on my face caused due to acne, I use turmeric paste mixed with milk. Does it will help in removing spots or I have to something else? ?
It won't work: No "pop" remedy will help. I'm sorry you ended up with acne scars in the first place. It means your disease was neglected -- all acne is manageable nowadays using scientific rx. If it was neglected because someone "believed in natural healing", I hope this helps you see through the sham. A dermatologist or plastic surgeon can use microsurgery, laser or filler to make the scars less visible. ...Read more
I have Pseudotumor Cerebri. I've read Pomegranate, milk thistle, turmeric, capsaicin all hold Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors naturally. Is this true?
Use with care: I can confirm that pomegranate and turmeric contain some carbonic anhydrase inhibitor activity. However, these do not have enough of this to be clinically useful. It is much more straightforward to take a small dose of diamox (acetazolamide) instead. Although it does not work for everyone with PTC, it helps many. The side effects would be the same if the medicine dose was the same. ...Read more
Probably not...: Treatment of a cough depends on the etiology of the cough. Thus, diagnosing a cough requires an evaluation by a physician. Then, your physician can render the correct treatment for the cough! Coughs have many etiologies which often require different treatments. Treating a cough yourself can be harmful and serious disease can be missed by not seeing a doctor! ...Read more
I thought you said: It did! It might! Who knows! There are no scientific studies proving it does so as scientist who base their recommendations on solid scientific studies, we don't know if it really works. ...Read more
Can I lighten my clitoris with organic food such as tumeric, milk, lemon etc... while covering the holes with something so nothing enters my body?
I understand your distress.
See a Gynecologist for symptoms of itching, discomfort, discharge, or concern about hyperpigmentation.
Discuss reasons of hyperpigmentation, your discomfort about it; if it is normal,
See Psychiatrist for stresses of relationship with boyfriends, sexuality, separation, peer pressure for certain appearance, use of alcohol and drugs; and to establish your Identity. ...Read more
I have bronchitis &am taking Mucinex (guaifenesin) to help keep coughs productive. Can I drink tumeric milk to help as well while taking Mucinex (guaifenesin), or just one of them?
Cough meds: AngelaM543 ~ cough meds and antibiotics to treat bronchitis is a well guarded urban myth that the Pharma world keep going with great positive effect on their bottom line and next to no effect on you, and lots of s/effects in some cases. Mucinex (guaifenesin) won't harm you, and it will happily do very little for your cough as well. STREAM inhalation probably does as much. Maybe more. Tumeric milk? Well.....?? ...Read more
Is it safe to take a 675 mg pill of milk thistle, bacopa, tumeric, green tea and ashwagandha extract while taking statins?
No clinically: No clinically relevant interactions. Studies have implicated green tea extract with liver injury. ...Read more
Milk thistle: "Milk thistle may cause allergic skin reactions, bloating, blood clots, collapse, constipation, decreased platelets, diarrhea, eczema, elevated liver enzymes, fever, gas, giddiness, headache, heart attack, heartburn, high bilirubin (a toxic substance) in the blood, hives, impotence, increased creatinine, increased lactate dehydrogenase level, infection, insomnia, irritability, itching, joint pain" ...Read more
Get fat: If you are not lactose intolerant, not much problem unless you have significantly reduced intake of other food items especially those containing fiber. In that case, you may end up very constipated. On the other hand, if you eat the normal amount of food and at also drink 2 gallons of milk a day, you will likely gain weight. ...Read more
When one is using lilly fluoxetive, will there be side effects when using milk thistle in conjunction?
I bought milk thistle seeds I want to know how many teaspoons I use per cup and is there any bad side effects?
I'm a boy of 29 years old and following bodybuilding exercises. I drink a cup of casilan 90 milk powder daily. Is it ok or has any side effects pls?
LO Vitamin D/calcium:
In us, milk is fortified with vitamin d, so not drinking milk and cutting out milk products altogether requires vitamin d supplementation. Usual starting vitamin d dose is 400 units/day but doses up to 1000-2000 units /day can be used in vitamin d deficiency. Calcium may need supplemented also:
according to n.I.H. 1000+mg calcium/day is needed for ages 4yrs & up. ...Read more
MILK: Milk has long been associated with good health and is one of the most consumed beverages throughout the US and Europe. Unless you have an allergy to milk, there should be no major side effects of drinking it twice a day. Low fat or Skim milk may be better if you are looking to limit your fat intake. Best wishes. ...Read more
Huh?: Millions of people mix milk in their coffee everyday, world wide. There's nothing wrong with that. If you're having "severe side effects", you ought to see your doctor asap! ...Read more
Are there any side effects of milk thistle? I have been taking half spoon of it daily and have headaches after 3rd day. Is it possible?
Can fentanyl patches cause galactorrhea, even though I've been on it with no other side effects at all for 5 years before the milk started?
Fentanyl: This is not a medication side effect so you should see your doctor for further evaluation of this problem. ...Read more
My dr prescribed metoclopram to increase milk production (my 8 wk old isn't gaining enough wt). The side effects look scary. Is it safe/effective?
Medications: Metocloparmide can be very effective for increasing breast milk production. The side effects happen only to some people and are reversible when you stop the medication. If you feel muscle rigidity with the medication you can take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) to counteract, and stop taking the medication and call your provider. An herbal alternative used is fenugreek tea/capsules. ...Read more
What are the possible side effects of giving a child under 12mo cows milk? I have a very healthy 7.5mo who eats many foods& im thinking of introd milk
Can you tell me, are there any dangerous side effects that anyone has experienced with the supplement milk thistle?
Not sure it helps...: The medical literature is quite mixed as to the potential value of milk thistle in treating the liver. Lots of things of course cause elevated liver enzymes, & milk thistle certainly may be of little use for many liver diseases.Talk to your liver specialist if herbal products may benefit your particular liver issue. No need to question side effects & take something that has no real proven benefit. ...Read more
I drink milk after workout at 7:30. N oatmeal as breakfast around 9. Can I have green tea between 7:30-9? Any side effects on body?
Does drinking Herbalife milkshakes or slim fast milk shakes help me to reduce weight fast. Is their any side effects for that?
Herbalife: Healthtap Doctors are asked not to endorse specific brands or product lines. ...Read more
Can I have bromocriptine tablets with milk/juice drink instead of water? When I have with Water it gives me side effects&when had drink/milk doesn't
Milk vs water: There is no reason not to take milk or juice. ...Read more
I am curious to know if a drink or two is safe and what the side-effects if it were to pass through the breast milk?
Hard to comment: There are arguments back and forth about the safety of alcohol consumption during breastfeeding there are some basic facts. Alcohol will pass through the breast milk and it lingers in the milk after it is made. Alcohol converts to byproducts (formaldehyde) that are toxic to the developing brain. There is no level of alcohol exposure that is considered safe to a developing infant. ...Read more
Are there any side effects I should worry about if I have my 9 year old son use Milk of Magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) as a deodorant?
Breast feeding stopped for 5 years. I wanted to know side effects of restarting and how to start milk after such a long time. Please guide me.?
Breastfeeding: Hmm. I do not see any negative side-effects of restarting to breastfeed but I am curious why. However, it will work better if you have a new baby you can nurse. Start by breastfeeding every 1-2 hours for about 14 to 48 hours. Drink 8-12 glasses of fluids a day and consult your OB or a lactation specialist. You can also use a mechanical breast pump. ...Read more
I have stopped breast feeding for more then 5 years now my husband wants me to start breast feeding as it is beneficial for kids and him I wanted to know side effects of restarting and how to start milk after such a long time please guide me as I have to
Although breastfeeding has many benefits, its greatest nutritional value is for chidlren under 12 months of age. A preschool age child can eat a variety of nutritious foods and does not need breastmilk to be healthy.
In order for you to begin breastfeeding after more than a five year hiatus, you would need to become pregnant and deliver an infant again. ...Read more