How Turmeric Can Help Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Tumeric for EoE
Turmeric is a root that's normally used as a spice and also as a medicinal herb. It is responsible for the yellow color in curry. Turmeric has been in use in India for many years but the rest of the world is quickly catching on in its use after science has backed up all its benefits. It contains compounds that are proven to have medicinal properties.
Turmeric contains compounds known as curcuminoids. Among these, curcumin is the most important as it is the main active ingredient in turmeric. Curcumin is a strong antioxidant with powerful anti-inflammatory effects.
Although it is present in turmeric, there's only about 3% of curcumin present.

Benefits of Turmeric

Inflammation is important to our bodies as it helps curb foreign invaders, for instance, pathogens such as bacteria. If left to grow widely, bacteria will take over our bodies and kill us. However, too much of inflammation can cause problems with digestion. This can lead to more complex health issues such as eosinophilic esophagitis, a severe inflammation of the esophagus. It can interfere with your ability to swallow food.
Turmeric is highly effective in fighting inflammation. It prevents it from getting to the chronic level (long-term) and keeps the body from attacking its own tissues. Curcumin is so effective that it has been proven to be just as powerful as over the counter anti-inflammatory drugs.

Here Are Some Liquid Turmeric Options

Is Liquid Turmeric a Better Alternative to Pills?

Truth be told, anyone suffering from eosinophilic esophagitis stands a better chance of reducing the inflammation by taking liquid turmeric. It has been proven that liquid turmeric has a higher absorption rate. This is because the nutrients are already dissolved which makes absorption much easier and faster.
The nutrients get absorbed into the bloodstream immediately after consumption. This way, the absorption is also able to take place in the stomach as well as the small intestines.
Pills, on the other hand, have to be completely disintegrated then get dissolved in the stomach for them to be absorbed. This breakdown is not always guaranteed. The undissolved nutrients will not be able to be absorbed which interferes with the efficacy of the pill.
It is also important to note that eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) may also cause inability to swallow food - called Dysphagia. This makes liquid vitamins such as turmeric an ideal choice as it is easy to swallow and it will coat and soothe the esophagus, and in many cases, provide almost instant relief from EoE symptoms.
Our readers have said time and time again that liquid turmeric has worked better for them vs. turmeric in a powder or pill form. It is made purely out of plants while pills are synthetic - which in some EoE sufferers, potentially could be a food sensitivity trigger. Liquid vitamins remove the need to have a synthetic capsule to hold the natural supplements.
The curcumin in turmeric is minimal which dampens its ability to effectively treat inflammation on its own. At only 3%, it has to be paired up with another anti-inflammatory ingredient in order to be effective in treating EoE.
Curcumin is also poorly absorbed into the bloodstream, so most recommend combining it with other anti-inflammatory supplements for additional relief. An ingredient such as black pepper, among others, contains piperine which increases the absorption of curcumin by 2,000%. This proves that turmeric needs to be paired up with another anti-inflammatory ingredient to boost its efficacy.
Remember, EoE symptoms, are primarily caused by sensitivity to food followed by inflammation of the esophagus. By reducing that inflammation, your symptoms will reside. Liquid Turmeric can be an effective natural treatment for many who suffer from Eosinophilic Esophagitis.


  1. Sharon on May 30, 2019 at 6:07 pm

    How do you figure what dosage is recommended, or different from case to case?

    • admin on May 30, 2019 at 8:30 pm

      No right amount. Different for sure for each case!

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