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Botanical name
Curcuma longa
What is it?
The root of a flowering plant, which is part of the ginger family
Abundant in
India and Southeast Asia
Reduce inflammation*
Reduce oxidation*
Aid digestive function*
Support mental health*
Improve muscle recovery*
Boost physical performance*
Turmeric has strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to reduce inflammation and neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. Additionally, it might lessen the effects of arthritis and melancholy, protect against Alzheimer's, improve digestion, and support the immune system.
Black Pepper
Turmeric combined with Ashwagandha has an anti-inflammatory impact, can aid with stress and anxiety symptoms relief, and increases immunity. When combined with Black Pepper, Tumeric can help boost anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, aid the digestive system, and support their disease-fighting qualities as Black Pepper enhances the body's ability to absorb Curcumin. Combined with Ginger, Tumeric can help relieve pain, decrease nausea, and enhance immune function to help protect against illness and infection.
Scientifically Proven Benefits
We base our choice of which nutrients to include in our formula on a growing body of research conducted by prestigious organizations. Of the thousands of clinical studies that guide our nutrient selection process, the titles below stand out as highly influential.
Traditional uses, therapeutic effects and recent advances of Curcumin: a mini-review
American University of Beirut
Turmeric and its major compound Curcumin on health: bioactive effects and safety profiles for food, pharmaceutical, biotechnological and medicinal applications
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Curcumin and inflammation in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: a randomized, placebo controlled clinical trial
Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
Curcumin supplementation improves vascular endothelial function in healthy middle-aged and older adults by increasing nitric oxide bioavailability and reducing oxidative stress
University of Colorado Boulder
Influence of Curcumin on performance and post-exercise recovery
Ball State University
There are 24987 studies on TURMERIC and counting.