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Turmeric 8200mg (High Potency)

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A unique combination, providing both an extract with a high curcumin content PLUS a whole herb turmeric.

About this product

Natures Aid® Turmeric is a unique combination providing both an extract with a high curcumin content PLUS a whole herb turmeric.

Curcumin and turmeric are often spoken about as if they are the same thing. This is not the case. Curcumin is just one component of the whole turmeric herb – turmeric actually provides over 200 different, potentially beneficial, compounds.

Some medical herbalists prefer to use whole herb products, whilst others suggest that high curcumin extracts are best – Natures Aid Turmeric is therefore the best of both worlds.

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Categories Joint Health, Digestive Health, Superfood Capsules & Powders, Vegan and New Products
Status Vegetable pure fill capsule.
Form & Pack Size Size 0 Capsule.
Pack Size: 30, 60.
Dosage Instructions Take 1 capsule per day with food. Do not exceed the recommended dose.
Age Restriction Over 12’s only.
Packaging 120ml green PET bottle / 175ml green PET bottle.
EFSA approved claims None.

Per capsule

Turmeric(Curcuma Longa)extract

Standardised to provide 95% curcumins

200mg

Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) whole herb

Providing 4.5 - 5% curcumins

200mg
Total curcumin content 200mg
Providing equivalent to 8200mg dried turmeric root

Vegetable capsule shell.

Vegetarian and Vegan.

No artificial colours or flavours.

FREE FROM: GM, dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, nuts, salt, soya, starch and sugar.

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