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The Curry Cure

And green tea medicine - We reported on this before, but it was unclear whether or not simply EATING curry occasionally would do the trick, but researchers have now decided that it will. So your new prescription is: eat curry once a week. And finish the meal with a cup of GREEN tea.

Curcumin, one of the main ingredients in curry, seems to prevent the spread of plaques that cause Alzheimer's. BBC News quotes researcher Murali Doraiswamy as saying, "If you have a good diet and take plenty of exercise, eating curry regularly could help prevent dementia."

And here's another reminder about why green is good (green tea that is. And hey, marijuana is green and it's ALSO an effective medicine)!

Mayo Clinic researchers are reporting positive results in early leukemia clinical trials using the an active ingredient in green tea to treat the most common subtype of leukemia in the United States, which currently has no cure. Researcher Tait Shanafelt says, "We found not only that patients tolerated the green tea extract at very high doses, but that many of them saw regression to some degree of their chronic lymphocytic leukemia. The majority of individuals who entered the study with enlarged lymph nodes saw a 50% or greater decline in their lymph node size."

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