- Offers whole-body health benefits adn reduces oxidative stress
- Helps inhibit inflammatory factors
- Supports immune system and digestive health
Take 2 capsules daily, or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional.
Warning: Consult a healthcare professional prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, taking any medications, or have any medical conditions. Keep out of reach of children.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Organic Turmeric Extract with Black Pepper Extract
60 Vegan Capsules (1-Month Supply)
Long-hailed for its medicinal, therapeutic and culinary benefits across some cultures in the world, Turmeric continues to gain ground as a 'root’ for well-being. In the few years it has gained interest from the medical world as it is a major source of the polyphenol called curcumin. However, taking Turmeric on itself is not enough. Due to its low bioavailability, it is necessary to combine it with another therapeutic spice—Black Pepper—in order to gain maximum benefits. Black Pepper is also known across the world for its therapeutic benefits.
Turmeric and Black Pepper
Native to the Indian subcontinent, Turmeric is long used in Ayurveda for its therapeutic properties. However, unlike some cultures, you might not have the habit of adding Turmeric in your food. Turmeric mainly constitutes of 60-70% carbohydrates, and one of its most important components is curcumin, which constitutes around 3%. However, ingesting curcumin on itself makes it less bioavailable and less effective on its associated benefits. But, combining curcumin with piperine, an important component of Black Pepper, leads to increased bioavailability of curcumin. In fact, according to a study published in Planta medica, piperine enhances the bioavailability of curcumin by 2000%.1
Curcumin plays an important role inhibiting inflammatory factors. Research suggests that curcumin promotes cardiovascular health by supporting healthy cholesterol levels already within normal range, helping to inhibit vascular inflammation, and more. According to a study published in Clinical nutrition, supplementation with curcuminoid-piperine significantly improved oxidative and inhibited inflammatory factors in patients.2
According to research, curcumin directly interacts with white adipose tissue to inhibit inflammatory factors. In a clinical study published in Complementary Therapies in Medicine, curcumin-piperine combination has lipid modifying effects.3
For ages, Turmeric is known for its role in promoting healthy bowel function. With reduced gut spasms, gut inflammation and increased bowel activity, Turmeric in combination with Black Pepper supports digestive health.4
We are exposed to a lot of stress, pollution, harmful chemicals and rays on a daily basis. This leads to Oxidative stress in our body. Oxidative stress occurs when free radicals that are generated in the body due to stress, pollution, UV rays, and harmful chemicals bind to your healthy cells, causing them to damage and denature. Oxidative stress and impaired cellular function occur when there is an increase in the body’s oxidant concentrations (free radicals), overwhelming the available antioxidants. Studies have shown that Turmeric is an excellent spice, which has the ability to effectively reduce oxidative stress, thus promoting antioxidant capacity. According to a clinical study published in the Asian Journal of Sports Medicine, curcumin showed positive effects on exercise-induced oxidative stress and led to an increase in Total Antioxidant Capacity of subjects.5
Add Organic Turmeric Extract with Black Pepper Extract to your health regimen
No whole-body health regimen is complete without turmeric. So choose a formula made with Black Pepper. Try Organic Turmeric Extract with Black Pepper Extract today!
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Planta medica. 1998 May;64(04):353-6.
Clinical nutrition. 2015 Dec 1;34(6):1101-8.
Complementary therapies in medicine. 2014 Oct 1;22(5):851-7.
World journal of gastroenterology: WJG. 2013 Dec 28;19(48):9256.
Asian Journal of Sports Medicine. 2017;8(1).