In ancient Chinese and Indian medicine Turmeric was a key component and this history has led to more recent studies into its efficacy. In 2009 for example, the Journal of Alternative and Complementary medicine published a study of patients with arthritis of the knee. The patients were given either ibuprofen or curcuma. Results showed that the curcuma was just as good at relieving pain. A study in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology in 2006, with patients with ulcerative colitis, showed a lower rate of relapse for those who took turmeric supplements daily.
Turmeric is a 100% Natural Anti-oxidant
Free radicals are responsible for much of our ageing and Turmeric is believed to contain powerful anti-oxidants which help neutralise this process.
Curcuma also helps stimulate bile production which may help digestion.
Curcuma Plus tablets contain much more turmeric than you could eat daily, even if you constantly ate curries, as they contain a highly concentrated extract.
100% natural - containing only turmeric extract and Vitamin E, you can take Curcuma Plus confidently, knowing you are enjoying the very best and adding nothing unnatural to your body.
How to Use Curcuma Plus by Medosan
It is recommended to take 2 Curcuma Plus tablets daily, with water. Each bottle contains 90 tablets giving you a full month's supply.
Curcuma Plus is 100% natural and well tolerated but there are a few instances when turmeric supplements are not recommended, for example:
If you suffer from gallbladder problems or gastroesophageal reflux
If you're pregnant or breastfeeding
If you're due to have surgery within a couple of weeks
If you're taking anticoagulant drugs to thin the blood such as Warfarin
- Concentrated extract of Curcuma
- 100% Natural
- Vitamin E
- 90 3x Daily Tablets
Curcuma Plus from Medosan is a food supplement containing a highly concentrated extract from the curcuma longa root. You'll better know this plant as turmeric, which is a popular spice used in cooking. But did you know it has also been linked to a range of health benefits. These include digestive issues such as indigestion, bloating or dyspepsia and osteoarthritis, a common form of arthritis.
But did you know it has also been linked to a range of health benefits. These include digestive issues such as indigestion, bloating or dyspepsia and osteoarthritis, a common form of arthritis.