Although curcumin (from turmeric) has been shown in clinical studies to improve symptoms of indigestion and ulcerative colitis, it is true that it a small percentage of people may experience nausea, diarrhea and mild stomach distress, especially when taking high doses for prolonged periods of time. This and other concerns are discussed in the Turmeric and Curcumin Supplements Review
, which includes details about dose, side-effects, tips for taking curcumin and turmeric supplements, as well as ConsumerLab.com’s tests of products. Also see the article about on Turmeric
in our Encyclopedia.
Be aware that curcumin and turmeric should be avoided by people with gallstones or gallbladder disease, as these can stimulate the gallbladder.