Curcumin is the active compound in turmeric, a bright yellow ancient spice, and a traditional remedy that has been used for health, as well as for condiment and flavouring, based on records dating back to more than 2000 years.
The herbal compound Curcumin has a mechanism of action as a natural COX-2 inhibitor (COX-2 is an inflammatory enzyme). Inhibitors of this type have shown to have the capability to help relieve common everyday inflammations triggered by a host of lifestyle factors.
Curcumin also has well-established properties that compare to supplemental vitamins C and E, in their own abilities to antioxidise against free radicals.
Research suggests that these two important properties in Curcumin, used as a regular dietary addition, may help to support a healthy digestive system, particular liver health, the gallbladder, anti-inflammatory processes, and eye health
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• Corrects inflammatory processes
• Down regulates COX-2 enzymes
• Inhibit TNFs (pro-inflammatory cytokines)
• Eczema/other skin
• Wound healing
• Liver, kidney, lung
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