What Is The Best Time Of Day To Take Turmeric?

Turmeric is the most potent spice in terms of turmerone, which is responsible for turmeric’s medicinal effects. It’s well known that curcumin (the main bioactive compound in turmeric) can help to alleviate pain and inflammation, as well as promote healthy joint function by supporting cell growth and preventing apoptosis (cell death). And it turns out that taking turmeric at night might be even more beneficial than taking it during the day. A 2014 study found that evening administration of various doses of curcumin reduced blood pressure to a greater extent than morning dosing, possibly because people already have higher blood pressure levels after sunrise!

How much turmeric should I take?

Although generally safe when taken orally at recommended doses, large amounts or high-risk situations may warrant medical advice. This only applies if you are pregnant or breast feeding/ trying to conceive; consult your doctor before using supplements. If you do experience any adverse symptoms such as nausea/ vomiting/ diarrhoea then discontinue use right away and contact your health care provider immediately.