Turmeric & Pepper Capsules
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 60
Reduce pain and turbo-charge your wellbeing with turmeric. With powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, this vibrant golden spice has been used medicinally for over 5000 years. A staple of Ayurveda and Indian cuisine, turmeric’s healing power lies in its main bioactive compound, curcumin. A natural pain reliever, curcumin may support the prevention of chronic disease by addressing long-term inflammation. To boost your digestion, immunity and mood, try adding a dose of turmeric to your day.
- 100% pure, organic turmeric – NO fillers or additives
- Antioxidant-rich, anti-inflammatory superfood
- Helps relieve joint & muscle pain
- Contains Vitamins B6, C, calcium, potassium, iron, protein & fibre
- May assist with arthritis, digestion, cholesterol, weight loss, brain function & more
- Anti-inflammatory curcumin may reduce risk of Alzheimer’s, cancer & heart disease
- Vegan, natural & gluten-free
- Available in power or capsule form
- Take with water, or use in cooking
Have been taking tablets For pain in my hands due to having Arthritis .They are alot better .Iam also taking the Moringa tablets as well .Really feeling good so thankyou ever so much .
I find it preferable to the products you get from chemist shops
Turmeric – Nature’s Anti-Inflammatory.
Native to Southern India, turmeric (or Curcuma longa) is a close relative of the ginger plant. A rhizome, or underground stem, it’s ground into a bright yellow-orange spice and used extensively in Indian and Southeast Asian cooking. In recent years, it’s also become popular as a supplement for those wanting to reduce pain, improve digestion and fight disease.
Much of turmeric’s power as a superfood lies in the presence of its key compound, curcumin. A potent but natural anti-inflammatory agent, curcumin has been found to have incredible benefits for pain, swelling and stiffness. It’s therefore very popular in the management of arthritis.
Not only is curcumin a powerful antioxidant, it may also help existing antioxidants within the body perform more efficiently. This capacity to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation has researchers exploring turmeric’s capacity to help prevent and improve chronic health conditions such as Alzheimer’s, depression and cancer.
Note: Taking curcumin with piperine – found in our Turmeric & Pepper Capsules – can increase curcumin absorption by up to 2000%.
Amazing Health Benefits of Turmeric
A traditional Ayurvedic medicine and culinary spice, turmeric has been used for centuries to reduce pain, improve digestion, heal wounds and detoxify the body. Today, turmeric is celebrated for its incredible anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It’s widely used among arthritis sufferers, while a growing body of research points to its potential for the prevention and management of chronic disease. One of the most versatile and scientifically backed nutritional supplements on the market, turmeric is worth its weight in gold. Here are some of the amazing health benefits of turmeric.
Reduce disease risk
Turmeric contains the powerful anti-inflammatory compound, curcumin. As chronic inflammation is increasingly seen as a precursor to disease, it’s suggested turmeric consumption may help prevent diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s.
Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties make it a firm friend of those with rheumatoid or osteoarthritis. A daily supplement may help to reduce pain, stiffness and swelling, improve mobility and enhance quality of life.
Research suggests curcumin can help lower cholesterol. This combined with its anti-inflammatory properties and ability to reduce oxidative stress may help lower the risk of heart disease.
Improve brain function
Turmeric has been shown to increase the production of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). BDNF plays an important role in cognitive function, and increased levels have benefits for memory, focus and the prevention of age-related degenerative brain diseases.
Chronic low-grade inflammation is believed to be a contributing factor in depression, as are low levels of BDNF. Turmeric addresses both these factors, and clinical trials show it may help in managing depression.
Boost your immunity
Curcumin is an antimicrobial that supports immunity by killing off bacteria, viruses and fungi. So, if you’re constantly struck down by colds, sore throat or the flu, it could be time to up your turmeric intake.
If you’re bothered by bloating, gas or digestive discomfort, give turmeric a go. It’s shown promising results in the management of inflammatory bowel disease and initial studies indicate it may provide relief from IBS.
With antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric can be applied to minor cuts and burns to improve healing. Taken orally, it can assist with skin conditions such as psoriasis, and it can also be used as an acne face mask.
Aid weight loss
Struggling to lose weight or keep it off? Some initial human studies suggest turmeric may be beneficial for weight loss. Animal studies also indicate curcumin may reduce fat tissue growth and improve insulin sensitivity.
Control blood sugar
High blood sugar levels in diabetics can deplete energy and lead to complications. Studies show turmeric can help lower these levels. By reducing insulin resistance, it may also lower the odds of developing type 2 diabetes.
Promote liver health
Turmeric has been used for thousands of years to detoxify the body. Adding a supplement to your diet can help increase bile flow and promote a healthy liver.
Turmeric & Pepper Capsules
While turmeric is best known as a natural anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, it has a wide range of potential benefits for your health. Taken daily, a turmeric supplement may assist with the prevention, treatment or management of everything from poor digestion and IBS to type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and depression.You might consider a turmeric supplement if you have:
*Rheumatoid or osteoarthritis
* Joint pain, stiffness or swelling
* Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes
* High cholesterol
* Depression or low mood
* Poor memory or attention span
* Low immunity IBS, bloating or gas
* Difficulty losing weight
How to take Turmeric Capsules & Powder
Available in powder and capsule form, our turmeric supplements are simple and convenient to consume. For those who love the warm, earthy, bitter taste of ground turmeric, there’s our turmeric powder. For optimal absorption, this is best mixed with water, blended into your smoothies, or made into a tea or golden latte.
You can also incorporate turmeric into your cooking – we love it in curries, as a marinade and even in soups and scrambled eggs!
But if you don’t love the flavour? You can still enjoy all the benefits of turmeric with our easy-to-swallow vegan capsules. Take 2 capsules daily with water, or as advised by your doctor.
Turmeric Latte Recipe
Delicious and nutritious, the turmeric latte (or golden latte) has become a staple of modern cafe and health bar menus. Sunshine-yellow and antioxidant-packed, it’s the perfect way to kickstart your day or reboot your afternoon. Here’s how to make one at home – no barista skills required.
* 350ml almond milk (or any milk of your choice)
* ¼ tsp ground turmeric
* ¼ tsp ground cinnamon
* ¼ tsp ground ginger
* ½ tsp vanilla extract
* 1 tsp maple syrup
* Grind of black pepper
How to make:
Put all the ingredients in a saucepan and whisk constantly over a gentle heat, ideally with a milk frother if you have one. Once hot, pour into mugs and sprinkle with a little more cinnamon to serve. (Recipe via BBC Good Food)