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Why Turmeric Is Known To Be One Of The Most Powerful Herbs Available To Us

Turmeric is a flowering plant, Curcuma Longa which has an incredibly long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years ₍₁₎. Today, Scientific research has credited Turmeric with a host of natural abilities as can be bourn out by some 3000 publications looking into Turmeric's effectiveness over the past 25 years ₍₂₎. It is said to possess anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory ₍₃₎. anti-mutagenic, anti-microbial₍₄,₅₎. and anti-cancer properties₍₆,₇₎. as well as carminative properties₍₈₎.
Proven Benefits Include:
Aids In Maintaining A Healthy Inflammatory Response
Several studies show that Turmeric exhibits anti-inflammatory properties and activates an adaptive immune response as part of the immune system ₍₁₀₎.
Helps To Protect Brain Cells And Their Function
Studies suggest Curcumin a substance within Turmeric fights against amyloid plaques (foreign proteins) within the brain and helps macrophages to effectively clear them ₍₉₎.
Helps In The Support Of A Healthy Cardiovascular System
As documented through clinical studies, Turmeric’s many therapeutic properties play a critical role in aiding the normal function of the human cardiovascular system ₍₁₁₎
Aids With The Ability To Maintain A Positive Attitude
Curcumin is the main biological active phytochemical component of turmeric and is known to possess neuroprotective properties by controlling the release of serotonin and dopamine ₍₁₂₎.
Has Body Loving Antioxidant Properties
Turmeric’s antioxidant properties aid the body to control free radicals. By controlling free radicals the body's ability to fight oxidative stress and the related issues they may cause are much improved ₍₁₃,₁₄₎.
Enhances The Body’s Ability To Repair And Delay Aging
Taking into account Turmeric’s long list of reported benefits throughout the entire body, it is often said that Turmeric has the ability to delay aging and fight against age related issues ₍₁₅₎.
Inflammation is a natural process within the body but sometimes it gets out of control which causes problems.
From: Andy Haycock
As I started to get older I found I was slowing down a bit on the hills, I felt a little less supple and had signs of inflammation. Sometimes getting up in the morning was an adventure in itself. I had always prided myself on keeping fit and healthy, but now I felt different.
When I first started taking Turmeric-Multiplex I didn't notice any difference, but then after two to three weeks, I realised I wasn't aware of the usual sensations, my joint movement seemed to have eased and my mood had improved.

Turmeric (Curcuma Longa)
Organic Turmeric Powder - 200mg
Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) Extract 10:1 (95% Curcumin) (equivalent to 1580mg Turmeric powder of which 150mg Curcuminoids) - 158mg. Turmeric exhibits anti-inflammatory properties and activates an adaptive immune response ₍₁₀₎.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale)
Ginger Root Extract 20:1, 5% Gingerols (equivalent to 200mg powder of which 0.5mg Gingerols) - 10mg. Ginger is said to have antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds and direct anti-inflammatory effects, improves cardiovascular disorders and gastrointestinal health ₍₁₆₎.
Cayenne (Capsicum annuum)
Cayenne Extract 7:1 (100au Capsaicin) (equivalent to 40mg powder) - 5.7mg. Cayenne is used in the treatment of poor digestion, as a carminative and also has pain reducing properties ₍₁₇₎.
Black Pepper (Piperaceae)
Piperine 95% extract (black pepper extract) - 5mg has been added due to its effect of boosting the bioavailability of Turmeric by 2000%. Piperine may also assist in cognitive brain functioning, boost nutrient's absorption and improve gastrointestinal functionality ₍₁₈,₂₁₎.
 Zinc (Mineral)
Zinc - 1.5mg. Zinc is an important trace mineral the body needs to remain healthy. Zinc aids the immune system to fight against viruses and bacteria, is used to make proteins and helps the body to develop correctly as well as helping to heal wounds ₍₁₉₎.
B6 (Vitamin)
Vitamin B6 - 0.21mg. Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, has been said to help the body to use and store energy from protein and carbohydrates in our food. B6 may also help the body form haemoglobin, the substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen around the body ₍₂₀₎.
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