One of the oldest natural remedies in Eastern culture, Turmeric has been used for centuries to support joint health, fight inflammation, and even promote cognitive function.
In addition, the active ingredient curcumin in Turmeric is packed with antioxidants that help your skin maintain a youthful glow, and may even help slow down the general signs of aging.
The benefits don't stop there—Turmeric has been known to aid bone density and even support heart health.
Why does our Turmeric come with a Black Pepper Infusion?
Black pepper contains the chemical piperine. Piperine increases the bioavailability of turmeric. Bioavailability is that a big word that essentially means how much your body can absorb particular nutrients. The piperine in black pepper helps curcumin, the active turmeric ingredient, pass through your intestinal wall and into your blood stream which is where it needs to be to make the most of its nutrients.
You can take turmeric without black pepper/piperine but the effects will be minimal in comparison. We include piperine in turmeric at no additional cost to help your body fully absorb all the nutritional goodies turmeric has to offer.
Turmeric may improve bone density by up to 7% according to some studies over the course of 6 months. How? Your body has a two-step process for bone health. Step one involves removing older, weaker bone cells to make room for new ones. But over time our body stops replacing the older bone cells. Eventually the bones thin, weaken, and become prone to breakage. Turmeric helps to regulate the body and improves this function.
Turmeric is most famously an anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antioxidant. Antioxidants help to keep your skin clear, fresh, and glowing. In addition, they may help to slow the general signs of aging and maintain healthy skin energy levels.
Turmeric has the proven ability to increase a hormone in your brain named BDNF. BDNF regulates your neurons. When healthy, neurons create pathways in our brain that open the flow of thought, logic, and memory. Now should those exciting pathways began to break down; then you may find a diminished mental capacity. Turmeric may increase the amount of BDNF in the brain to help strengthen those pathways and improve overall brain elasticity.
The inside of your heart is lined with a thin layer called the endothelial membrane. This membrane produces nitric oxide, a compound that helps blood flow away from your heart. Without this function, you run the risk of clogged arteries, poor circulation, and increase the risk of heart disease. Turmeric has the powerful ability to help improve the endothelial function thanks to its anti-inflammatory nature.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the side effects of Turmeric?
Most people won’t suffer any side effects from Turmeric when taken properly. However, there are certain people who have an allergy or sensitivity to turmeric that can result is an upset stomach, diarrhea, and even dizziness. This particular allergy is often so severe that even turmeric in its spice form will trigger it too. That means if you already routinely consume turmeric in foods and beverages you don’t need to worry about added side effects in tablet form.
When is the best time to take your Turmeric with Black Pepper supplement?
For the best results, please take our Turmeric with Black Pepper supplement with any meal.
What is the recommended dosage?
1-2 tablets taken daily for your body to absorb all the amazing benefits Turmeric has to offer.
What's the expiration date of your Ashwagandha supplement?
Turmeric as a spice has a shelf life of approximately 3 years, but in tablet form it lasts indefinitely. However, always go by the expiration date printed on your bottle (usually at the bottom).
What about storage?
In tablet form you can store Turmeric with your other daily vitamins. It will last the longest in a cool, dry place.
Is it safe for pregnant women?
In spice form turmeric has no ill effects on pregnancy. However, tablet form is a bit different. While turmeric is proven to help with the joint pains caused by pregnancy there are studies that show it can cause complications if taken during certain trimesters. It’s best to cut back on your supplemental turmeric during this time and to consult a doctor for further information.
Who shouldn't use Turmeric?
Most of us can take recommended dosages of turmeric daily but there are certain people who shouldn’t. Supplemental Turmeric (turmeric that is not in spice form) has varying effects on pregnancy and shouldn’t be taken during this time without first consulting your doctor. Certain people have an allergy to turmeric that can cause nausea, and diarrhea. Lastly, if you’re iron deficient or taking medicine for iron deficiency then you should consult your doctor before taking turmeric.
How many servings per bottle?
There are 30 servings per bottles (60 tablets).
What is Curcumin and is it safe?
Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric and when taken properly is entirely safe. Curcumin naturally occurs in turmeric the spice. But the levels of curcumin in turmeric spices are abysmally low. To truly access the benefits it has to be ingested in supplemental form. In theory you could try to consume a few hundred pounds of turmeric the spice daily to meet the same nutritional quota but it’s not recommended and why would you when we’ve already package the best natural turmeric in tablet form for your health and convenience.