Support and balance your digestive system with this all natural far eastern spice. Ironically synonymous with curries, Turmeric can actually help ease gastrointestinal pain and discomfort. It also benefits your cardiovascular system.
You probably already know about Turmeric. You will have either tasted its mild, bitter flavour or perhaps you will be more familiar with its bright yellow colour, most often seen illuminating curries. Funnily enough it is that yellow colouring agent, Curcumin, which is the active agent in Turmeric and is most likely to provide you with a healthier lifestyle.
From the Curcuma Longa plant, the Rhizome, or root of the plant, is the part which holds most of its restorative powers. From the same family as Ginger, it actually bears a striking resemblance to it. Dark, rough skin conceals the bright yellow flesh underneath.
Revered for centuries by traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine alike, Turmeric is native to Indonesia and Southern India where it has been harvested for over 5000 years. When it was first introduced to the West by Arab traders in the 13th Century it was instantaneously popular both for its culinary uses as well as its purported ability as an anti-inflammatory and a relaxant to the gastrointestinal tract.
Swanson Full Spectrum Delayed Release Turmeric delivers all this healthy, natural goodness in vegetable capsules meaning it is suitable for vegans and meat eaters alike.
The Turmeric Rhizomes offer up a whole host of healing powers ranging from its support as a digestive aid as well as being a potent antioxidant an anti-inflammatory.
It is believed that Curcumin, the active agent in Turmeric, offers stimulation to the gallbladder, where the body produces a lot of its bile supply. We use bile to help digest food in the intestines and stomach so it is understandably crucial. The result is a range of different health boons.
Turmeric, or Curcumin also helps with maintaining healthy levels of Cholesterol. There are two types of Cholesterol, one of which is actually good, while the other - Low Density Lipoprotein, is bad. When LDL builds up in your arteries it can cause blockages and slow the passage of blood into and out of the heart. The buildup of LDL is known as Atherosclerosis and is considered to be very dangerous. Reducing it reduces the chance of strokes or heart attacks.
Swanson Full Spectrum Delayed Release Turmeric can also help ease the build up and clogging of blood platelets, meaning blood is freer to move through the body's vessels.
Swanson Full Spectrum Delayed Release Turmeric is also a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
To be used as a dietary supplement. Take one capsule once or twice per day with food and water.
Other ingredients: Silica, hypromellose (vegetable capsule), magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose (plant fiber).
If you are currently on another medication, or have other medical, allergic or pre-existing complications that may interfere with this supplement PLEASE seek medical advice from a physician before use.
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not exceed the recommended dose.
Do not take if the outer seal is broken or damaged upon purchase.
Do not take if you are pregnant or nursing.
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