Curcumin is considered as a cell purifier and is recommended for joint health and prevention of inflammation. Several researches have focused on the medicinal properties of curcumin which inhibits or limits many enzymes involved in inflammation; Cyclo Oxygenase 2 (COX 2) and Lipo- Oxygenase. This highly concentrated turmeric extract (95%) which is equivalent to 30 times the weight of curcuma root itself helps to protect the cells from toxic chemicals from environmental pollutions involved in cell misbalances. Researches show that Indian population has a lower prevalence level of inflammatory and degenerative troubles and neoplastic diseases. Indians also are people who eat the largest amounts of turmeric.
Ginger is traditionally used by health care professionals in various health problems associated with inflammation. Recent studies have also proven that gingerol; the extract of ginger is very effective in preventing and treatment of arthritis and various painful disorders.
Piperine is the key to curcumin bioavailability; the nutritional benefits of curcumin cannot be completely utilized by the body if it is used alone because of poor bioavailability due to its rapid metabolism in the liver and intestinal wall. Studies show that 1% Piperine taken with 99% Curcumin enhances the serum concentration, and the extent of absorption and bioavailability of curcumin with no adverse effects.
Indications of use
- Osteoarthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, synovitis, ankylozing spondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and other joint inflammation and pain
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Helps to maintain cell balance
- Decreases pollutants attacks on cells
- Prevention and improvement of Alzheimer disease
- Skin inflammation caused by radiotherapy
- Hepatoprotection and nephroprotection
- Relieves pain and inflammation caused by sports injuries