If you're wondering, "why take turmeric," did you know that turmeric is one of the world’s leading natural health foods? In some studies, it has even proven to be more beneficial against the common flu than vaccines (2009 edition of “Emerging Infectious Diseases”). This is because turmeric is one of the most potent natural whole foods and contains a high concentration of antioxidants. Antioxidants are what keep our immune system healthy and strong.
Why Take Turmeric?
In India, turmeric is very commonly consumed on a daily basis. You'll find it in curries among all the other added spices and herbs, and scientists think this may be why India has one of the lowest rates of Alzheimer's disease. So many studies are uncovering all the incredible benefits of this golden spice. In fact, ayurvedic medicine has traditionally used turmeric for its potent, anti-inflammatory properties.
Why Take TurmeriX?
Although this is all well and good, raw turmeric alone does not get absorbed well by the body, whether it’s a powder, capsule or even the root itself. Without activators, the health benefits will be minimalised. This is why our TurmeriX blend has not only the highest-grade turmeric, but all 15 of the essential activators (spices and herbs) to help the body achieve 100% absorption. This is where you will really see the health benefits of turmeric! To give you an idea of TurmeriX’s point of difference, you would need to consume approximately 10 Teaspoons of straight turmeric to get the same potency of only 1 Teaspoon of our TurmeriX mixture. Thanks to this unique blend, TurmeriX is an amazing remedy for just about everything that ails you, from the common cold and flu to viruses, to tonsillitis; you name it, TurmeriX can help!
How Should I Take TurmeriX?
Being a whole food in a powder there is no wrong way to take TurmeriX. The only thing we recommend is not to boil it, so if you were making something hot, like a curry, make sure to stir it in last minute. One of the most soothing ways to take TurmeriX is to put a teaspoon in a cup of warm milk, along with some manuka honey. For more ways to integrate TurmeriX into your lifestyle, check out our simple and healthy turmeric recipes.