curcumin capsule Standardized curcuminoids 95% 98%

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Overview
Quick Details
Function:
Anti-Aging
Type:
Dietary Fiber
Place of Origin:
India
Brand Name:
SVNUTRA
Model Number:
SVAAR-13-007
Dosage Form:
Capsules
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
5000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Each Bottle contains : 60 x 500mg capsules
12 Bottles per Box
24 Boxes per Carton
Port
MUMBAI
Lead Time :
Shipped in 4 days after payment

Curcumin, the principal curcuminoid found in the spice turmeric, has long been used in Asian medicine to treat a variety of maladies. Curcumin is yellow in color and is used to make curry powder thus giving it the distinctive color. 
Its chemical makeup is responsible for the yellow coloring of turmeric, and is often used specifically to give color to foods. However, it may serve a more important purpose to humans. Curcumin has numerous beneficial properties and is helpful in many conditions. It has been used in Chinese herbal medicine mainly as a blood purifier as well for treatment of stomach ailments. It is also said to have anti-viral, anti-oxidant, anti-fungal, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

 

Botanical Name : : Curcuma Longa
Family name : : Zingiberaceae
Common Name : : Curcuma, Curcumae Domestica, Curcumin 95%, Terre-MÉRite, Terra Merita, Turmeric, Curcuma, Safran Boubou, Safran De Malabar, Safran Des Indes, Haldi

Indication: 
Useful in arthritis, inflammation, skin problem
Dosage:
Take 1 capsule twice daily. 


Blocking cancer
Doctors at UCLA recently found that curcumin, the main component in turmeric, appeared to block an enzyme that promotes the growth of head and neck cancer. 
 
In that study, 21 subjects with head and neck cancers chewed two tablets containing 1,000 milligrams of curcumin.  An independent lab in Maryland evaluated the results and found that the cancer-promoting enzymes in the patients’ mouths were inhibited by the curcumin and thus prevented from advancing the spread of the malignant cells.
 
Powerful antioxidant
The University of Maryland’s Medical Center also states that turmeric’s powerful antioxidant properties fight cancer-causing free radicals, reducing or preventing some of the damage they can cause.
 
While more research is necessary, early studies have indicated that curcumin may help prevent or treat several types of cancer including prostate, skin and colon.
 
Potent anti-inflammatory
Dr. Randy J. Horwitz, the medical director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, wrote a paper for the American Academy of Pain Management in which he discussed the health benefits of turmeric. 
 
“Turmeric is one of the most potent natural anti-inflammatories available,” Horwitz states in the paper.
 
He went on to cite a 2006 University of Arizona study that examined the effect of turmeric on rats with injected rheumatoid arthritis. According to Horwitz, pretreatment with turmeric completely inhibited the onset of rheumatoid arthritis in the rats. In addition, the study found that using turmeric for pre-existing rheumatoid arthritis resulted in a significant reduction of symptoms.
 
“Raw is best”
Natalie Kling, a Los Angeles-based nutritionist, says she first learned about the benefits of turmeric while getting her degree from the Natural Healing Institute of Neuropathy. “As an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antiseptic, it’s a very powerful plant,” she says.
 
Kling recommends it to clients for joint pain and says that when taken as a supplement, it helps quickly. She advises adding turmeric to food whenever possible and offers these easy tips. “Raw is best,” she said. “Sprinkling it on vegetables or mixing it into dressings is quick and effective.”
 
If you do cook it, make sure to use a small amount of healthy fat like healthy coconut oil to maximize flavor.  Kling also recommends rubbing turmeric on meat and putting it into curries and soups.
 
“It’s inexpensive, mild in taste, and benefits every system in the body,” Kling says. "Adding this powerful plant to your diet is one of the best things you can do for long term health.”