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Curcumin C3™ Complex
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a perennial plant found in the ginger family. The dried and ground rootstock of this plant is the source of the orange-yellow turmeric spice commonly found in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine, most notably curry. The active component of turmeric responsible for its rich color and potential health benefits is known as curcumin.
How does turmeric support health?
a.. Powerful antioxidant that can help protect cells from free radical damage.*
b.. Helps maintain a healthy inflammatory response.*
c.. Helps protect brain cells.*
d.. Helps to maintain a healthy liver even under challenging circumstances.*
Why choose NHS LABS USE Turmeric Extract Curcumin C3 Complex?
a.. Exclusive C3 Complex provides the three active curcuminoids found in turmeric.
b.. Standardized to 95 percent curcuminoids for high purity and concentration.
c.. Standardization ensures consistent levels of active ingredients in every dose.
d.. Contains Bioperine, a black pepper extract that promotes absorption of nutrients in the digestive tract.
e.. Contains 60 two-capsule servings per bottle.
f.. Exceptional quality at an extraordinary value.
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Vitamin C-VITAMIN B-6 Vitamin C, a versatile antioxidant, is another natural shield against pain
Has a well-established record in the management of certain chronic pain syndromes.
Omega Fish oil
The omega-3 fatty acids have been found not only to protect against heart disease but also to reduce the inflammation and pain of rheumatoid arthritis. Studies show that patients with rheumatoid arthritis experience a decrease in joint stiffness and tenderness after 3 months of treatment with omega-3 fatty acids (Fortin PR et al 1995; Kremer JM et al 1985). Other studies have found that patients who consume fish oil were able to significantly reduce their intake of NSAIDs, compared with subjects in a control