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- Black pepper
- Vegetable capsule
- Turmeric has been used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine for thousands of years.
- It is one of the most frequently used Ayurvedic remedies.
- Turmeric contains an essential oil (6%) and secondary fat-soluble plant substances called curcuminoids (5%), the most important of which is curcumin.
- Curcumin is the origin of the yellow color and the multiple health effects of turmeric.
- Turmeric is the subject of numerous clinical studies, in several areas: anti-inflammatory, chondroprotective, antioxidant, etc.
- It is associated with ginger and black pepper, to strengthen its action and its bioavailability.
Take 2 capsules in the morning during a meal with a large glass of water.
Precautions for use
Contraindicated in case of allergy to one of the constituents.
Not recommended for people on anticoagulant treatment.
The action of turmeric is mainly linked to a polyphenol it contains, curcumin. It is this which gives its properties to turmeric.
Curcumin, like all polyphenols, is primarily pro-oxidant. It is its passage through the intestine which will allow the activation of a gene which will stimulate the production of antioxidant enzymes thus giving curcumin its antioxidant action.
Very good assimilation is therefore necessary to obtain effectiveness.
Turmeric has, according to certain studies, multiple dose-dependent actions.
From the same family as turmeric, ginger is one of the superfoods.
Its active constituents are (6)-gingerol and (10)-gingerol.
Studies have shown that black pepper increases the bioavailability of certain polyphenols such as turmeric.