One to two tablets can be taken per day with milk or normal water
Starch,Bulking Agent [INS 460(i)], Disintegrant [Sodium Starch Glycolate ,INS 466], Dispersing Agent [INS 1201], Anti-Caking Agent [INS 553(iii), INS 551], Anti-Sticking Agent [INS 470(iii)], Colour [INS 172(ii), INS 171], Curcumin Extract (10%), Piperine Extract (5%).
1. What is Curcumin?
Curcumin is an active ingredient present in turmeric which accounts for its yellow colour and all benefitting attributes like antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anticancer and antioxidant.
2. What is the difference between Turmeric and Curcumin?
Turmeric is a root that is derived from the plant Curcuma longa and commonly used as a spice in culinary dishes. Whereas Curcumin is the main bioåactive compound present in Turmeric providing all health-promoting benefits.
3. Why is Piperine added to Curcumin?
Piperine is the major active component of black pepper and, when combined with Curcumin, has been shown to increase its bioavailability by 2000%. The combination helps improve the body’s energy, treat pain and swelling in joints, and improve overall health and wellbeing.
4. What are the benefits of Curcumin?
Research suggests that Curcumin helps in the management of inflammatory conditions, metabolic syndrome, arthritis, anxiety, and hyperlipidemia. It may also help in reducing muscle soreness, thus enhancing recovery and relieving pain.
5. Is Curcumin safe to take daily?
The World Health Organization (WHO) has determined 0.3 mg/kg of body weight as an acceptable daily intake. High doses of Curcumin are not recommended long-term since research confirming their safety is lacking.
6. How much Curcumin should I take?
Scientific research revealed that a dose of 500 to 2,000 mg of turmeric per day had potential benefits. The exact dose depends on the medical condition. The Arthritis Foundation suggests taking turmeric capsules 400 to 600 mg 3 times per day.
7. How long does Curcumin take to work?
Once the curcumin level starts to build up in the system, that's when one will start to see the beneficial effects. The time will vary depending upon one's body mass and condition, it will take approximately 4 to 8 weeks for one to observe visible results.
8. Does Curcumin boost immunity?
Yes, Curcumin boosts immunity by enhancing the response of certain antibodies and cells within the immune system. It also helps to down-regulate the expression of certain pro-inflammatory (inflammatory cytokine) substances.
9. Is Curcumin safe for the liver?
Due to the anti-inflammatory activity, Curcumin is observed to be beneficial on alcoholic liver injury. It may also help to boost antioxidant defences to help the liver detoxify and restore balance.
10. Is Curcumin safe for kidneys?
Curcumin is completely safe for our renal health and does not have any side effects. Moreover, some studies also support its nephroprotection attribute. However, it is always recommended to consult your nephrologist in case of any medical condition.
11. How does Curcumin reduce inflammation?
By up-regulation of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-γ (PPAR-γ) activation.
12. Can Turmeric lower cholesterol?
A review of controlled trials found that turmeric or its active component Curcumin can lower total cholesterol, triglycerides, and LDL (Nutrition Journal, Oct. 11, 2017)
13. Are there any side-effects of Curcumin?
Curcumin is safe to consume with no side effects at all.
14. What is the best way to consume Curcumin?
The best way to consume Curcumin is 1-2 tablets per day with milk or normal water.>