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Lamberts Turmeric 10,000mg, Uses: anti-inflammatory that helps relieve symptoms of arthritis, rheumatism and other causes of inflammation
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Code: L8571-60Brand: LambertsForm (e.g. capsules): TabletsIf this product is unavailable: Please see alternatives at bottom of page
Conditions the symptoms of which this nutritional supplement may help alleviate:
general liver support
protection against free radical damage
Health Supplement Recommended use:
1 tablet daily.
If necessary, a second tablet can be taken.
This product is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.
Turmeric's active curcuminoids have been found in studies to possess considerable anti-inflammatory activity, in part due to their ability to inhibit the synthesis of inflammatory prostaglandins. In fact, when compared to corticosteroids, turmeric extract displays an equal anti-inflammatory capability in acute inflammation and is approximately 50% as potent as corticosteroids in chronic inflammation.
Current scientific research shows that turmeric powerfully inhibits pathogenic bacteria, viruses and fungi (including candida albicans, candida kruseii, and candida parasilosis).
Traditionally, turmeric was used to support liver function and to treat jaundice in both Ayurvedic and Chinese herbal medicine. Turmeric enhances glutathione content and glutathione-S-transferase activity in the liver. These substances are key protectors against the damaging effects of toxins and free radicals.
Curcuminoids exhibit various cell-protective actions including prevention of free radical damage and initiating the destruction and inhibiting the replication of damaged cells. In fact, studies have highlighted the ability of curcuminoids to inhibit chemically-induced cell damage by an average of 75%.
Turmeric has also been used since ancient times for digestive problems such as gastritis and hyperacidity, a practice that is backed up by reports that it helps to increase mucous production and protects the stomach lining. Curcuminoids also increase bile flow into the intestines, thus improving the breakdown of dietary fat.
This information is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified Healthcare Professional
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