Stay Safe Supplements Turmeric 550mg (95% curcuminoids) 60 Capsules

  • £17.95


Health Benefits of Turmeric?

 

Turmeric is a perennial herb of the ginger family that is extensively cultivated in India, China, Indonesia, and other tropical countries. In Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric was prescribed for treatment of many conditions, including poor vision, rheumatic pains, and coughs, and to increase milk production.

Turmeric is an antioxidant

The active constituent known as curcumin has been shown to protect against free radical damage to DNA. Turmeric and its derivatives have been shown to raise the body’s own antioxidant systems through increasing glutathione levels.

Turmeric has anti inflammatory benefits

Turmeric reduces inflammation by lowering histamine levels and by increasing production of natural cortisone by the adrenal glands. A preliminary trial in people with rheumatoid arthritis found curcumin to be somewhat useful for reducing inflammation and symptoms such as pain and stiffness. A separate double-blind trial found that curcumin was superior to placebo or phenylbutazone (an NSAID) for alleviating post-surgical inflammation.

How does Turmeric protect the liver?

Turmeric protects the liver from toxic compounds, and has been shown to be an active choleretic, increasing bile acid output by over 100%. Turmeric also aids in the excretion of cholesterol, bilirubin, and increases solubility of bile.

Is Turmeric good for heart health?

Turmeric has been shown to reduce platelets from clumping together, which in turn improves circulation and may help protect against atherosclerosis.

Is turmeric good for digestion?

turmeric and curcumin improve gastric integrity through increasing mucin content of the stomach, thus protecting against ulcer formation.

 

The Stay Safe Supplements brand provides you with some of the highest strength quality supplements currently available. The range is of practitioner quality and for therapeutic use.

Stay Safe Supplements Turmeric has a whopping 550mg of Turmeric with a huge 95% curcuminoid level for maximum effect.

 

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has a long history of traditional use stemming from Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for inflammatory conditions. As a member of the Zingiberaceae family, it is cultivated in India and South East Asia. Some of turmeric’s active components include curcuminoids, which have been attributed to a host of pharmacological activities including anti-oxidant, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties.

However, whole turmeric root also contains essentials oils, polysaccharides, proteins and many non-curcumin phytochemicals, which appear to be as active or important as curcumin itself. As one of the most thoroughly researched spices, turmeric holds impressive findings in depression, cognitive function, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease and in chronic disease prevention.