This formula utilizes 500 mg of trademarked and highly absorbable Curcumin Phytosome Extract (Meriva™) combined with very large amounts of Serratiopeptidase. The amount of Serratiopeptidase used in this formula is usually only found as a stand-alone product. Serratiopeptidase greatly enhances and works synergistically with the curcumin extract. This combination helps maintain and support healthy inflammatory balance, as well as support intestinal, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and liver health. ‡
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‡ These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
60 Vegetarian Capsules
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Supports healthy inflammation levels for those with:
∙ Rheumatoid Arthritis
May be helpful as a supportive agent for those with:
∙ Heart disease
∙ Turmeric/Curcumin: One of best absorbed Curcumin’s available. Extremely well tolerated. Soy Free. Curcumin may have inflammation supporting properties. It may suppresses pro-inflammatory cytokines in people suffering from metabolic syndrome. It may have protective effects for the liver. It supports good blood circulation by helping prevent platelet aggregation and clot formation.
Beyond its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, curcumin has been shown to benefit mental health, particularly in improving symptoms of depression. The compound influences several biological mechanisms involved in depression, including neurotrophic factors and neurotransmitters. Its impact on brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), for example, is believed to play a role in mitigating depression symptoms. These properties, coupled with its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, contribute to its potential as a complementary therapy for depression.
This broad range of health benefits makes curcumin a valuable component of a health-conscious lifestyle, particularly for those seeking natural ways to manage inflammation and boost overall well-being.
∙ Serratiopeptidase: also known as serralysin or serrapeptase, is an enzyme primarily recognized for its potent anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to break down proteins. This enzyme, derived from the non-pathogenic enterobacterium Serratia E15, is widely used in various therapeutic areas, including surgery, orthopedics, and dentistry. Its primary function is to break down protein, which plays a crucial role in decreasing inflammation and clearing mucus in the body, making it beneficial for conditions associated with inflammation and swelling. One of the key health benefits of serratiopeptidase is its effectiveness in reducing pain, which is often a direct result of inflammation.
Besides its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects, serratiopeptidase is also known for its ability to help the body break down mucous, which can be particularly beneficial in respiratory conditions where mucous build-up is a problem. This enzymatic action not only aids in clearing the respiratory pathways but also enhances the overall healing process by reducing the viscosity of nasal mucus and facilitating its drainage
Serratiopeptidase has been shown to digest the biofilm protecting borrelia – exposing the bacteria for immune system/antibiotics to act. It has been used in the treatment of hard to treat hospital acquired infections. It may have immune boosting effects that are beneficial for those with Lyme disease.
Dosage: Take 1-2 capsules 1-3 times a day optimally away from food.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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