I'm reading the long term use of turmeric/curcumin can possibly cause GI issues including ulcers. If I'm looking for something to add to an antifibrotic cocktail that I can use long term is this a good option? I'm not to the point of nothing left to lose, that I know of, so I'm really looking for first-do-no-harm options.
Hey --- that's the Hepatic Oath.... (grin Hippocratic).
I dunno - I know that using PepperSpray every day on someone is bad... But that's because of what I do... LOL - so I dunno out in the real world what it would do...
BUT --- with that said - Hubby and his son eat Jalapeños every single day... And they often eat those hotter red ones... So I don't know what you've eaten all of your life and if you need to build up a resistance to them.
But I can say I like HRs list --- and Gauf and CS's rendition of it.... A little more bathroom time it seems - but everything seems to be... ahem... excuse the pun... Moving better....
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