|NutriRise Turmeric |
|Ingredients||Turmeric, Ginger, BioPerine||Turmeric|
|Absorption||Up to 2000x||1x|
|3rd Party Tested||Yes||Sometimes|
|GMP Certified and FDA |
Inspected Manufacturing Facility
Our Turmeric with Ginger is third-party tested by an unbiased, independent organization. This approach ensures that it meets exacting specifications, and that it is safe! Also, our Turmeric with Ginger has a lot number, batch number, and expiration date printed on the bottom of the bottle for traceability and transparency. In fact, you can view a sample Certificate of Analysis below!
Turmeric and Ginger belong to the same family, but they have different bioactive compounds. The two complement each other, and both have been traditionally used to treat pain and joint conditions, among others. Turmeric and ginger can fight inflammation and prevent bone and collagen degradation in experimental models.
BioPerine is the standardized extract of black pepper. Black pepper has a unique role in Ayurvedic medicine, as it is one of the components of "tricatu", together with long pepper and ginger. Tricatu is the base of 210 out of 370 formulations in the Handbook of Domestic Medicines and Common Ayurvedic Remedies. Black pepper's bioactive compounds have therapeutic effects as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, and can enhance bioavailability, increasing the absorption of the other ingredients in our formula.
NutriRise's turmeric with ginger contains 1650 mg of turmeric, 150 mg of which are enriched in 95% curcuminoid content. Our capsules have 300 mg of ginger extract to enhance the anti-inflammatory and pain relief power. We also added 15 mg of BioPerine in our formula to enhance the absorption and bioavailability of the other ingredients.
Yes, our turmeric with ginger capsules are made from gluten-free, dairy-free, and non-GMO ingredients. They are also free from harmful binders and fillers.
Our formula contains a powerful mix of bioactive compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to reduce pain and inflammation. Inflammatory processes are involved in many diseases, including joint and autoimmune conditions. Inflammation also pays a role in diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and even Alzheimer's. Try Turmeric with Ginger and BioPerine, and you will feel rejuvenated!
Curcuminoids are the substances that give turmeric its yellowish color. Curcuminoids is the name of specific nutrients found in turmeric, which are composed of about 77% of curcumin, 17% of demethoxycurcumin, and 3% of bisdemethoxycurcumin.
Yes, you can take our turmeric with ginger capsules daily. But please be mindful to never exceed the maximum dose of 3 capsules a day, unless otherwise instructed by your doctor.
Yes! Several studies have shown that turmeric is beneficial for your metabolic health. It helps balance blood sugar and lipid levels, which may help you with your weight. Moreover, turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, and obesity, diabetes, and other conditions are considered inflammatory too. When you fight the inflammation, you help improve your overall health. Turmeric also supports your digestive system to help you keep regular, supporting the elimination of waste.
Yes! Turmeric contains natural fibers that can work as prebiotics, and it supports a healthy microbiota. The microbiota is essential to keep your gut healthy, as it supports regularity, enhances the immune system, helps prevent leaky gut that can lead to allergies and autoimmunity, and boosts the absorption of vitamins.
Yes. An imbalance in your blood lipids is a known risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Turmeric has been shown in several studies to help balance blood lipids, reducing LDL (the bad cholesterol) and triglycerides. Turmeric's effects seem to be even greater in patients with metabolic syndrome, which are at increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
Ginger has been traditionally used to flavor food and also because of its antioxidant, antibiotic, anti-tumorigenic, and anti-atherosclerotic effects. As folk medicine, it has been used to treat rheumatism, migraines, constipation, diabetes, and dyslipidemia. Ginger can help reduce nausea, pain, inflammation, and boost immunity, among other benefits.
Yes! Turmeric and ginger are both rich in antioxidants. This means they help protect the biomolecules in your body, like the ones in your cells' membranes, your DNA, and even the collagen in your skin. In fact, studies have shown that turmeric and ginger can prevent collagen degradation. Collagen is one of the most important proteins in your joints, and it is also fundamental for the structure of your skin. Collagen starts breaking down after your 20s, and our capsules can help you slow this process down.
Yes. Turmeric has been shown in several studies to help reduce pain, particularly in joint conditions where there is inflammation and swelling. Ginger is also very effective in reducing pain. One study evaluated ginger's pain relief properties following periodontal surgery. Ginger was as effective as ibuprofen for the management of pain and inflammation, with no statistical difference.
All of our products are manufactured in the U.S., in FDA-registered, GMP-certified facilities. Our products are tested a total of four times before they reach the final customer: once when we receive the raw ingredients, again during manufacturing, then when the products are finished at our facility, and once more by a third-party, independent organization. This process ensures the highest standards for a safe, reliable product.
Yes. Both turmeric and ginger have been shown as safe, alone or in combination, in several clinical trials. This means they showed no significant side effects or toxicities. However, turmeric curcuminoids may interact with some types of medications. If you take regular medications, check with your doctor before taking turmeric capsules.
Black pepper is commonly used as a spice, and it is also considered a medicine in many Asian countries. Piperine, one of its bioactive components, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Black pepper is beneficial for inflammatory diseases that are accompanied by pain. In an experimental study, piperine had protective effects on inflammation, alveolar bone loss, bone microstructures, and collagen fiber degradation.
Yes! Studies have shown that some of the bioactive compounds in turmeric have neuroprotective effects. Moreover, in India, where the population abundantly uses turmeric as a spice, there is a low rate of neurodegenerative diseases. One of the ways in which turmeric acts is through its antioxidant activity.
Studies have shown that turmeric can stimulate the production of bile and of certain enzymes. This means it enhances the digestive process. It has also been shown to protect the gut lining, which could reduce pain associated with gastric reflux and ulcers.
Some studies indicate that turmeric may help with depression and anxiety. Some psychiatric disorders are related to inflammation, and as turmeric is naturally anti-inflammatory, it seems to help. Moreover, some experimental studies indicate that turmeric can help balance neurotransmitters in the brain, including serotonin. Turmeric also improves sleep, which could happen through its anxiety-lowering effects, or through its neurotransmitter-balancing effects.
Our capsules have no aftertaste. Our turmeric and ginger extracts are packed in a small vegetable capsule, designed to be easy to take and travel friendly. Take your turmeric capsules before a meal, and you won't feel the taste nor the smell of turmeric.