Is BioEmblem's Turmeric Right For You?
◆ Do you often experience inflammation?
◆ Are your joints & muscles often in pain?
◆ Need a turmeric with better absorption?
◆ Do you suffer from a weak immune system?
◆ Want to boost your overall mobility?
How Does Inflammation Affect You?
Inflammation may not be easily spotted or felt, however it can slowly affect your body. Although it normally occurs as your body's natural healing response to fight off injury & infection, at times, it can occur when there is nothing to fight off and negatively impact your body.
When symptoms of inflammation go undetected for a long period of time, it can begin to damage your arteries, organs, & joints.
What is Turmeric Curcumin?
Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) is a golden rhizome root related to ginger. It has been used for thousands of years in Chinese traditional medicine and in Indian Ayurveda as a therapeutic and healing herb. It also has a long history as a spice and food additive, even giving mustard its iconic yellow color.
Along with its popular use, it is one of the most well researched plants in the world, with hundreds of clinical and scientific studies done on the medicinal properties and benefits of turmeric and its main active ingredient, curcumin.
What Are the Benefits of Taking Turmeric Curcumin?
Healthy Inflammatory Response
Turmeric's anti-inflammatory properties can help soothe joint & body tenderness & improve overall mobility.*
Antioxidant & Immunity Support
Turmeric's curcumin contain antioxidant properties that help combat oxidative damage to cells & supports the immune system.*
Promotes Heart Health
Curcumin helps to maintain a healthy blood flow throughout the body to support cardiovascular & heart health.*
Why BioEmblem's Turmeric?
◆ 1800Mg of Organic Turmeric
◆ Contains 95% Standardized Curcuminoids Turmeric Extract
◆ Patented BioPerine Increases Absorption Levels by 2000%
◆ Made in USA, cGMP Certified Manufacturing
Signs That Your Body Has Too Much Inflammation
Areas that are inflamed tend to feel warmer due to the added blood flowing into the areas.
Blood vessels of inflamed parts are filled with more blood than normally, causing the area to appear red.
When fluid accumulates in the tissues of the affected areas, swelling may occur.
Inflammatory chemicals may stimulate nerve endings which can cause higher levels of pain sensitivity & stiffness in the joint & muscles.