Turmeric (Curcuma longa)
Turmeric is a spice and superfood that comes from the turmeric plant. It is generally used in Asian food. You may be known Turmeric as the important spice in curry. It has a hot, bitter taste and frequently used to color curry powder or flavor, cheeses, butters, and mustard. But the root of Turmeric is also used largely to make medicine. It has a yellow-colored chemical known as curcumin, which is generally used to color cosmetics and foods.
Turmeric is used for heartburn, arthritis, Crohn disease, stomach pain, join pain, and bypass surgery, ulcerative colitis, diarrhea, hemorrhage, stomach bloating, intestinal gas, jaundice, loss of appetite, stomach ulcers, infection, Helicobacter pylori, liver disease, gallbladder disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, high cholesterol, a skin issue known as skin inflammation, lichen planus.
It is also used for bronchitis, headaches, lung infections, fever, leprosy, fibromyalgia, menstrual, recovery after surgery, itchy skin, and cancers. Other uses contain Alzheimer disease, depression, swelling in the center layer of the eye, water retention, diabetes, worms, and autoimmune problem known as lupus erythematosus, urinary bladder inflammation, tuberculosis, and kidney issues.
Some people use turmeric to the ringworm, skin for pain, bruising, swelling, leech bites, acne, eye infections, skin sores, and inflammatory skin conditions, infected wounds, soreness inside of the mouth, and gum disease.
In manufacturing and food, the essential oil of turmeric is used in perfumes, and its resin is used as a color and flavor component in foods.
How does it work?
Turmeric includes the curcumin chemical. Curcumin and other elements in turmeric might reduce swelling. With help of these, turmeric might be advantage for treating situations that involve inflammation.
Turmeric is a general spice that may stop actual replaces or inflammation in general when used in combination with standard medications for ulcerative colitis.
Given that it is badly absorbed then quickly dishonored by the liver, item is not likely to generate serious systemic bad effects.
Laboratory testing turmeric shows important activity in suppressing trails of inflammation.
It bad absorption through the walls of the gut into the bloodstream raises the possibility that will go on to come into open contact with both the swollen tissues of the large and small intestine.
The dangers of bad effects are low and during interactions are unlikely.
We started producing Extract capsules because of the growing demand of stronger herbal products. Of a plain plant powder a mild dose is 3-5 grams which translates to 7 to 14 capsules (400 mg per capsule). Extract capsules contain 75% extract. Extract capsules have 500mg of extract/flower blend which makes it 375mg of extract and 125mg of Blue Lotus flower powder as a binder.
All extracts that we use for making extract capsules are sticky and some are even runny when they are completely dehydrated. That’s why we blend 75% resin extract with 25% Blue Lotus flower powder to make it possible to pulverise the extract and fill it into capsules.
Our extract capsules can be consumed in different ways.Orally: 1-2 extract caps is a mild dose. 3-4 extract caps is a medium dose 5-6 extract caps is a strong dose. When consumed orally it works much better to open the capsule and put the content under your tongue (sublingual). A lot of water should be consumed along with taking extract capsules. Dehydration and a headache can appear otherwise. The extract capsules can be opened and the content can be smoked! You can also dissolve the content in warm water, wine or vodka. If you like you can mix the content of the capsules with food like salad or a smoothie. But please note that the sublingual consumption of the powder inside the capsule works most effective!
This product is not for use by or sale to persons under the age of 18. It should not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult with a physician before use if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications.