By Julianna LeMieux — April 3, 2017
I recently wrote an article about a young, healthy woman who went to a healer (likely a naturopath), received an IV of turmeric as a treatment for eczema, and died as a result of it.
Although some of the details of this case remain under investigation, the information comes from the medical examiner's report which stated that the woman died from, "anoxic encephalopathy due to prolonged resuscitated cardiopulmonary arrest due to adverse reaction to infused turmeric solution.”
In response to my article of a tragic tale of people practicing dangerous methods of pseudo-medicine, and healthy people ending up dead, I received an email both very supportive of using turmeric and also highly critical of my ability as a scientist.
Some of the quotes in the email about me were........Read More.....