Our Curcumin formulations use cold water dispersion technology to enhance Curcumin bio availability. Our proprietary cold water dispersion technology allows lipophilic active ingredients such as Curcumin with otherwise relatively low bio availability and poor solubility in water, to be easily dispersed in aqueous environments such as in the stomach, thereby increasing Curcumin bio availability.
Curcumin Administration and Dosage
Our capsules contain 300 mg of water dispersal Curcumin per capsule. Suggested Curcumin dosage is 300 mg to 600 mg per day which translates to between one to two capsules per day, up to a maximum dosage of 2100 mg per day or 7 capsules.
Take Curcumin tablets with meal. We recommend all our patrons to consult with their physicians before starting with Curcumin consumption.
Curcumin supplements are considered safe and no adverse side effects have been reported at low doses.
The Patient’s Guide to Curcumin
The following contents in this section is reproduced from Scientific Publications referenced bellow for the benefit of patients, prospective patients, healthcare providers, consumers, and anyone interested in learning more about Curcumin :
The ‘magic touch’ of turmeric in curing various ailments due to its broad spectrum of pharmacological activities has been noted since ancient times. Studies have also strongly indicated that Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, is the key ingredient responsible for the major therapeutic activities of turmeric.
Curcumin (diferuloylmethane), a polyphenol extracted from Turmeric, is widely used in Southeast Asia, China and India in food preparation and for medicinal purposes. Since the second half of the last century, this traditional medicine has attracted the attention of scientists from multiple disciplines to elucidate its pharmacological properties. Of significant interest is curcumin’s role to treat neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and Parkinson’s disease (PD) and malignancy. These diseases all share an inflammatory basis, involving increased cellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) accumulation and oxidative damage to lipids, nucleic acids and proteins. The therapeutic benefits of curcumin for these neurodegenerative diseases appear multifactorial via regulation of transcription factors, cytokines and enzymes associated with (Nuclear factor kappa beta) the NF-κB activity.
The ancient Indian holistic medicine known as Ayurveda uses turmeric for the treatment of common eye infections, burns, acne, wound dressing, sprains and swelling. In traditional medicine turmeric is used to enhance the immune system and as a cure for different respiratory diseases such as asthma and for allergy. Turmeric has also been traditionally used for the treatment of diabetes, cough, sinusitis, flu, rheumatism and liver disorders. It has widely been accepted since ancient times that this polyphenol compound possesses anti-inflammatory properties. Advancements in modern medicine have revealed many unknown medicinal properties of turmeric which include antioxidant, anti-mutagenic, anti-cancer, anti-microbial and anticardiovascular activities.