DrugBank ID: db14276
DrugCentral: turmeric
Synonymous :ae-turmeric | allergenic extract- turmeric curcuma longa | amomum curcuma root | constrained metal (curcuma longa) | curcuma brog root | curcuma domestica extract | curcuma domestica root | curcuma euchroma root | curcuma longa | curcuma longa (turmeric) rhizome extract | curcuma longa (turmeric) root | curcuma longa (turmeric) root extract | curcuma longa (turmeric) root powder | curcuma longa extract | curcuma longa rhizome | curcuma longa rhizome extract | curcuma longa root | curcuma longa root dry extract | curcuma longa root extract | curcuma longa root tuber | curcuma montana root | curcuma ochrorhiza root | curcuma soloensis root | curcuma viridiflora root | curcumae longae rhizoma | curcumae longae rhizoma (cucuma longa) | curcumae longae rhizoma (curcuma longa) | curcumae radix (curcuma longa) | curcumae rhizoma (curcuma longa) | curcumarum tuber et radix (curcuma longa) | ginger yellow (curcuma longa) | guiyujin (curcuma longa) | haldi root | haridra root | huangsiyujin (cucuma longa) | indian saffron root | jiang huang (curcuma longa) | jianghuang | kua domestica root | lusiyujin (curcuma longa) | spices, turmeric, ground | stissera curcuma root | stissera longa root | turmeric extract | turmeric rhizome (curcuma longa) | turmeric root | turmeric root extract | turmeric root powder | turmeric root tuber (curcuma longa) | turmeric tuber (curcuma longa) | turmeric,ground | wunyujin (cucuma longa) | yellow ginger root | yu jin | yujin (curcuma longa)

Drug Sentece Context

Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of turmeric gene in 12 abstracts.

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32881214 Natural products like ginger, turmeric, garlic, onion, cinnamon, lemon, neem, basil, and black pepper have been scientifically proven to have therapeutic benefits against acute respiratory tract infections including pulmonary fibrosis, diffuse alveolar damage, pneumonia, and acute respiratory distress syndrome, as well as associated septic shock, lung and kidney injury, all of which are symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection.
33078675 Inspired by the ‘There is no scientific evidence that turmeric prevents COVID-19’ statement made by WHO, the protective or therapeutic potential of the compounds in turmeric contents was investigated against COVID-19 with in silico methodology. […] The drugs used for experimental COVID-19 therapies were included in this study using the same method for comparison with turmeric components. […] The 30 turmeric compounds and nine drugs were performed in the docking procedure for vital proteins of COVID-19. […] The results of this study are suggesting that turmeric spice have a potential to inhibit the SARS-CoV-2 vital proteins and can be use a therapeutic or protective agent against SARS-CoV-2 via inhibiting key protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
33092653 Allergy to turmeric or curcumin 3.
33099890 Curcumin is the effective ingredient of turmeric, sometimes used as a painkiller in traditional medicine.
33133525 (turmeric), has been studied in several experimental and clinical trial studies.
33163740 Natural spices (turmeric, ginger, garlic etc.) and leaves (neem, paw, guava, etc.) with notable antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties were found to be beneficial.
33215042 When compared to remdesivir (- 6.38), cyclocurcumin from turmeric is significantly more active.
33291560 (turmeric) that has revealed a broad spectrum of bioactivities, including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, and anti-viral activities.
33298108 The most remarkable shift in many areas has been the increased consumption of ginger and garlic, followed by onion, turmeric, and lemon.
33334357 The exclusion criteria will include an age less than 20 and more than 75 years, current use of warfarin or other anticoagulant drugs, and the presence of sensitivity to herbal products such as turmeric and pepper.
33375422 The conducted GT analysis and cross-sectional studies revealed that during the COVID-19 outbreak in March 2020, the interest in immune-related compounds and foods like vitamins C and D, zinc, omega-3, garlic, ginger, or turmeric, as well as their consumption increased.
33488303 This review uncovered studies documenting the many therapeutic properties of herbs within the lamiaceae family, particularly basil and spearmint, and spices, including cloves, ginger, and turmeric.