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Nature's Way Turmeric

$31.50
Size
60 tablets
Nature's Way Turmeric

Turmeric is part of Ayurvedic medicine and culinary. This herb uses curcumin, its most active component to produce beneficial antioxidant activities for the cardiovascular system, joints, skin, eyes, and immune system. Tumeric supplements exhibit protective effects to the gallbladder, liver, and digestive system by promoting the body’s natural anti-inflammatory responses for these organs.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Servings Per Container: 60

 

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Turmeric extract (root)

95% curcuminoids

500 mg

 †

† Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients: Cellulose, vegetable stearic acid, silica, modified cellulose and vegetable glycerin.

Suggested Use

Take 1 tablet three times daily with food or water.

Precautions

Do not use if pregnant or lactating. If you are taking blood-thinning or other medication, consult your Doctor before using this product.

 

  • The turmeric herb is an excellent antioxidant that protects the cells from free radical damage. Turmeric supplements are very commonly used as natural anti-aging agents by people who want to maintain youthful vitality and prevent degenerative disease associated with the ageing process. Powerful antioxidants nourish the cells in the brain, heart, eyes, skin, and immune system to optimise their functions even during old age.
  • Antioxidants also protect serum cholesterol from oxidative stress, reducing the risk for cholesterol plaque build-up in the arterial walls. Cholesterol deposits in the blood vessels blocks the normal blood flow to the heart and other vital organs such as the brain and the kidneys. The obstruction in the arteries may increase the risk for atherosclerosis and hypertension while the diminished blood supply can cause heart attack and stroke.
  • Organic turmeric regulates histamine levels in the body, enhancing the body’s anti-inflammatory responses when exposed to allergens. People prone to food, drug, pollen, and other forms of allergies may benefit from turmeric’s immune supporting mechanisms.
  • Curcumin, turmeric’s active ingredient has protective effects to liver tissues and encourages natural regeneration of liver cells. It can be used to reduce the harmful effects of toxins acquired from the diet, alcohol, environment, and liver-toxic medications.
  • Other benefits of turmeric include exhibiting antiplatelet activity to ensure efficient blood flow and stimulating normal flow of bile for efficient fat digestion.

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a perennial herb found in tropical places, particularly the countries in the South Asian region. A typical turmeric herb is stem-less, with yellowish oblong leaves that resembles that of a lily. This flowering plant grows from three to five feet and its most distinct features are its yellow rhizome (root) and pale flowers. Of all Asian countries, the uses of the turmeric herb are most evident in India. It has been part of the Indian traditional Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years, used as a spice for their native curry dishes, as a dye, and herbal remedy for different health problems. For its medicinal uses, the turmeric rhizome or root is usually harvested from February until April. The roots are boiled and then dried before being grinded to produce a yellowish powder. The medicinal value of turmeric lies within curcumin, a curcuminoid that produces many amazing benefits to the body. Turmeric curcumin produces very potent antioxidant activity which protects the body from free radicals up to the cellular level. Turmeric is considered as powerful anti-aging supplement, which prevents free radicals from damaging the cells of the brain, heart, blood vessels, eyes, and other organs. It also promotes healthy histamine levels so the body can efficiently react to inflammations. Turmeric benefits the liver, heart, digestive system, and significantly participates in skin care.