Curcumin is A diarylheptanoid. About Two Centuries Ago, Isolation of a “yellow Coloring-matter” from the Rhizomes of Curcuma Longa (turmeric) & Was Named Curcumin. Turmeric's other Two Curcuminoids are Desmethoxycurcumin and bis-desmethoxy- Curcumin. the Curcuminoids Are natural Phenols that are Responsible for the Yellow Color of Turmeric. Curcumin Can Exist in Several Tautomeric forms, Including a 1, 3-diketo form and Two Equivalent Enol Forms. the Enol Form is More Energetically Stable in the Solid Phase and in Organic Solvents, While in Water the 1, 3-diketo dominates. Curcumin Can Be Used For boron Quantification in the Curcumin Method. It Reacts With boric Acid to Form a Red-color Compound, Rosocyanine. Curcumin is a Bright-yellow Color Powder and May Be Used as A food Coloring. Curcumin is Powerful Anti-inflammatory Effects and is a Very Strong Antioxidant. Combat Cancer Stem Cells and Enhance Heart Health and Inhibit the Formation of Ldl (bad) Cholesterol.