Turmeric & Ginger
Turmeric (Curcuma longa), the bright yellow spice used in many Asian cuisines, is a perennial herb in the ginger family. The root contains Curcumin, a highly beneficial compound that is used medically. Curcumin has many scientifically proven health benefits throughout the body. It can lower inflammation, protect the skin from damage, and even support joint health.
Turmeric and Ginger are two of the best herbal supplements that act as a powerful antioxidant. These two herbs combined together have been used for years to help naturally relieve a variety of problems and helps promote healthy digestion and improve metabolism.
- Antioxidant / Anti-ageing effects
- Anti-inflammatory effects
- Supports skin health
- Supports joint health
- Regulates metabolism
Serving Size: 2 Capsule
Capsules Per Container: 60 Capsule
Side effects and Interactions: NONE
Keep out of the reach of children. Pregnant or lactating women, the chronically ill, elderly, individuals under the age of 18, those taking prescription medications (e.g., blood thinners) as well as those with a physician-diagnosed medical condition should consult with a physician, pharmacist, naturopath or other qualified healthcare professional prior to taking dietary supplements.
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