What is TurmeriX?
Turmeric, as a raw plant, lacks bioavailability. On its own, turmeric will pass through your body without providing much of the possible health benefits. When combined with the other ingredients that make TurmeriX powder, you get improved effectiveness in receiving all the health benefits that turmeric offers.
Curcumin is the primary health ingredient in TurmeriX. Curcumin’s chemical structure helps nullify free radicals that might enter your body. It also protects your body by enhancing the production of antioxidant enzymes that your body naturally produces. For skincare, the reduced free radicals mean decreased bacteria, and healthier skin.
TurmeriX is also built to boost your immune system. The powder mixture includes Vitamin C which is also an antioxidant. Vitamin C is not produced naturally in our bodies, but TumeriX promotes the creation of antibodies that protect you from harmful pathogens.
Is TurmeriX Safe?
The Approved Supplier of TurmeriX owns an approved HACCP and Food safety program. This approved supplier has a list of other approved suppliers who must also be HACCP approved.
In regards to the HACCP for TurmeriX, the Codex Alimentarius Commission says, “the HACCP Scheme meets the requirements of the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) – established by the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations to bring together international food standards, guidelines and codes of practice to ensure fair trade.”
Testing on TurmeriX
TurmeriX was tested by an independent NATA accredited laboratory in Melbourne to verify curcumin levels, and that TurmeriX contains no nut or gluten residue, and to ensure levels of metals. The turmeric contained inside TurmeriX contains no traces of Sudan Dye.
What medications should not be taken with TurmeriX?
The turmeric in TurmeriX is known to slow blood clotting, so it may not be safe to take with other medications that also slow blood clotting. Turmeric, coupled with these medicines, can increase the chances of bleeding or bruising. Some examples of this kind of medicine are aspirin, ibuprofen, Anaprox, and diclofenac.
Keep in mind that doctors and dietitians do not recommend turmeric for people who are pregnant or breastfeeding. There is a lack of data about the effects of turmeric on pregnant women. Turmeric is known to slow down sperm movement, so doctors advise men who are currently trying to have children to refrain from consuming turmeric.