Turmeric, a golden spice, has been used by the people of the Indian subcontinent for centuries with no known side effects, as a component of food and to treat a wide variety of ailments Curcumin is the major active constituent in turmeric. The high anti-oxidant activity and anti-inflammatory action of curcumin creates anti-cancer effect by inducing apoptosis of cancer cells. The anti-inflammatory effect helps in treating osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis .

Health Benefits of Curcumin :

  • Detoxify the body
  • Effectively prevent diabetes and arthritis
  • Heal ulcers and piles
  • Anti-microbial, anti-oxidant and anti-cancer in effect
  • Inhibits beta amylase protein in the brain and prevent
  • Alzheimer’s disease

Antioxidant property destroys free radicals that damage the cell. By regular consumption rheumatoid arthritis patients experience much relief from the moderate to mild joint pains as well as joint inflammation. Therapeutic effects against AIDS/HIV, anaemia, cancer, diabetes, digestion, food poisoning, Protects liver from alcohol induced cirrhosis , gall stones etc are also found. It reduces fever, diarrhoea, urinary disorders, insanity, poisoning, cough and lactation problems in general. Clinically, turmeric has already been used to reduce post- operative inflammation. Thus, curcumgra has the potential for treatment of various diseases. One capsule of Curcumgra contain curcumin present in 10 grams of raw turmeric. Curcumgra has excellent disease-inhibiting properties and is greatly responsible of antibacterial, antiinflammatory properties.

Curcumin extracted from turmeric (Curcuma longa) rhizome


Recommended Daily

1-3 servings/day after food or as advised. HDPE food grade bottle packing contain 60 capsules


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