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- Highly bio-available form of curcumin.
- Reduces joint inflammation.
- A source of antioxidant support.
- Cardiovascular support
- Reduces blood cholesterol.
- Maintains healthy digestive function.
- Supports gallbladder contraction; helps emulsify fats in the digestive tract.
- Supports healthy liver function.
- Reduces skin pigmentation and maintains skin moisture.
- Enhances wound healing.
- Inhibits HIV replication.
- Displays anti-tumor effects.
- Pregnancy and lactation: tumeric is likely to be safe when used as a spice, but the safety of therapeutic doses has not been established.
- Tumeric can cause gallbladder contractions and should not be used by individuals with gallstones or bile duct obstruction.
- Tumeric has an anti-platelet effect and may cause excessive bleeding if used perioperatively. Discontinue use at least two weeks before elective surgery.
- Tumeric has an anti-platelet effect; avoid concomitant use with anti-coagulant/anti-platelet drugs.