How to become a Healthy You - Turmeric

Why is Turmeric important for you?

Gold standard among plant based ingredients - As a plant, turmeric is well regarded. Despite having its roots in the Indian subcontinent, turmeric is now utilized all over the world as a spice, food colorant, health food supplement, and even a cosmetic element.
The Ayurvedic manuscripts from about 2500 years ago that describe the advantages of turmeric are largely responsible for its current level of popularity. However, it is thanks to current research that millions of people can now benefit from the special components found in turmeric.
The dried rhizomes of turmeric (Curcuma Longa) are used to make turmeric extract (Curcumin C3 Complex®), which has a minimum curcuminoids content of 95%. Turmeric is included into different traditional and health care systems with the goal of achieving general wellbeing. Ayurveda, the 5,000-year-old Indian system of natural medicine, makes considerable use of turmeric to treat a variety of ailments, such as inflammation, aches, pains, wounds, sprains, liver diseases, joint discomfort, and inflammation. All of turmeric's health advantages are ascribed to curcuminoids, a subset of phytochemicals with a distinctive yellow color.
We use Curcumin C3 Complex® from Sabinsa Corporation in our Immunitea Defense Tea. Turmeric is cultivated in controlled-contract farmlands with good agricultural practices. It is manufactured in FDA inspected, and USP-GMP and FSSC 22000:2005 certified facilities. The product is stringently tested to be free from pesticides.
One of the most prized spices, turmeric has been used for food, medicine, and even cosmetics for thousands of years. The most prominent bioactive component of turmeric is curcumin, a pronutrient that, when consumed orally, undergoes metabolic conversion into a number of active forms. Studies have shown that after 3 hours of oral administration, curcumin is transformed into phase I and phase II metabolites, with phase I metabolites exhibiting more robust biological activity than phase II metabolites. Curcuminoids have demonstrated a wide range of pharmacological actions that are advantageous for enhancing human health and battling a number of disease conditions. They have been demonstrated to support intestinal health, normal lipid profiles, healthy blood glucose levels, minimize oxidative stress, and more.
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