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Curcumin-Nature ’ s Remedy for Oral Diseases

  title={Curcumin-Nature ’ s Remedy for Oral Diseases},
  author={Chaya Manoranjini David and Kanaparthi Alekhya and R MaheshD and L. K. Soujanya and Garima and Raunaque Saba},
Turmeric is a spice, used in India and other Asian countries for centuries because of its medicinal properties. It is derived from the roots of the plant Curcuma longa, which is a member of the Zingiberaceae family. Curcumin, the principal Curcuminoids found in Turmeric, is generally considered as the most active constituent responsible for its therapeutic benefits. In addition to Curcumin, the turmeric is also composed of other Curcuminoids like demethoxycurcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin and… Expand

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