Curcuma Sup 500 mg (Curcuma Ginger Clove)
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This magical "mix" of Curcuma, Ginger and Clove essential oil represents the best anti-inflammatory & natural pain-killer available on the market.
Curcuma Sup is both preventive and curative and not available elsewhere.
Curcuma Sup 500 mg is based on Biocurcumax® which is a patented extract of curcuma with 95% curcumin and 100% natural.
• Adjuvants to cancer treatments (prevention, side effects chemotherapy, ..)
• Chronic inflammatory disease
• Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn, ulcerative colitis, ..)
• Insufficiency of liver - bile
• Alzheimer's Prevention
Composition per daily dose (2 capsules):
Curucuma longa (Biocurcumax®) 500 mg (95% curcuminoid) 475 mg
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) 250 mg (including 6% gingerol) 15 mg
Clove (Eugenia caryophyllata) 50 mg (essential oil extraction ratio 1: 0.920) 46 mg
Guaranteed without: Preservatives, gluten and lactose.
Recommended dosage: 2 capsules / day during meals or as advised as a preventive measure, up to 6 per day in curative mode. Always take during a meal.
Curcuma is a herbaceous perennial plant originating from southern Asia. Its dried and powdered rhizome is a very popular spice. Curcuma is one of the main ingredients of curry or curry, a mixture of spices ubiquitous in Indian cuisine. In Asia, it has long been found that adding Curcuma to foods keeps their freshness, flavor and nutritional value.
In the last few decades, curcuma rhizomes have been identified with polyphenols called curcuminoids (curcumin or diferuloylmethane constitutes about 90% of these compounds, the other main curcuminoids being dimethoxycurcumine and bisdimethoxycurcumine). These are very potent antioxidants that could explain a number of the traditional medicinal indications of this plant, especially for the treatment of various inflammatory disorders including rheumatic or menstrual pains.
Used for 6,000 years, ginger is one of the panaceas of Asian medicine. Its traditional medicinal uses are to treat the following ailments: nausea and vomiting due to indigestion, motion sickness, seasickness, pregnancy, surgery or taking certain medications. Ginger allows to treat, dyspepsia, gastrointestinal disorders, smooth muscle spasms of the digestive tract, colic and intestinal gas and rheumatic pains. In addition, it stimulates intestinal mobility while promoting secretion and excretion of bile. It has also been used as a stimulant and warming. At all times and in all cultures, aphrodisiac virtues have also been attributed to ginger.
Originating in the Molucca archipelago in Indonesia, cloves are one of the first spices to be the subject of a flourishing trade since antiquity. Its trace in ancient Egypt is found in Mesopotamia, China and Europe. Its antibacterial and analgesic medicinal properties have been used since then. It is still used today in cooking in Europe, for the conservation and manufacture of dishes. For a long time, eugenol (the major active ingredient in clove) has been used by dentists for temporary obliteration and intracanal medication.