Human Herbal Capsules 100
"...The curry spice turmeric (called haldi in Hindi) contains the yellow pigment curcumin, an Indian traditional medicine currently being investigated in clinical trials for treating a variety of diseases. Turmeric is obtained by grinding the roots of the plant Curcuma longa.
Curcumin, the phytochemical agent in the spice turmeric that gives Indian curry its yellow color and distinctive taste, is also a staple of traditional Indian medicine (including Ayurveda). Used for millennia as a wound-healing agent and for treating a variety of ailments, the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin have only recently garnered the attention of researchers interested in its mechanisms of action and clinicians attracted by its therapeutic potential for treating diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease...." From Exotic Spice to Modern Drug, authored by: Seema Singh. Digital publication titled: Cell, Volume 130, Issue 5, p765-768, 7th of September 2007.
More about Curcumin
Curcumin is the most important active ingredient in turmeric, and makes up about 2-6% of the spice. While the therapeutic properties of turmeric have been known for centuries, modern science has identified curcuminoids (phenolic compounds found in turmeric) and provides a scientific basis for many clinical uses of standardised Curcumin.
Extensive research shows Curcumin can benefit multiple targets in your body and provides scientific basis for its effectiveness in a wide variety of different body systems.
Our Turmeric, Pepper and Chia Capsules are easy to take without having to taste it each capsule contains 1g
recommended dose 1 per day after initial loading dose of 2 per day for 10 days.
If on Blood thinning medication please seek advice from your doctor first.
*great for fussy dogs with arthritis too.
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