You might experience difficulty putting on shoes, going for long walks or even getting up out of a chair.
These simple actions might hinder your ability in everyday life, causing you to isolate away from family and friends.
You want to enjoy time with your grandchildren or participate at your local sports venue.
You also want to be the first one up the stairs. And challenge those around you for a game of tennis.
Being active throughout life brings you happiness but, as you’ve aged your body isn’t as youthful as it once was.
After trying multiple different medications, tonics and creams – none of these “solutions” seem to be working.
It can be frustrating.
You’re nearly ready to give up and accept that this is the way of life.
But as you’ve aged and lived your life your body may have gone through stressful situations, poor diets or too much alcohol. All of which may have caused a build-up of free radicals in the body. The build-up of free radicals in the body causes inflammation.
A molecule or atom that lacks one electron is called a free radical. In this unbalanced, reactive state, they hungrily seek an available electron anywhere in their surroundings.
This causes them to be unstable and dangerous when inside the human body.
Free radicals become more stable by bonding to electrons from their surroundings. These fiendish particles can strip electrons from the surrounding tissue and cells. This process is called oxidative stress.
Normally the body would try to counteract free radicals using innate antioxidant processes. But with ageing and excessive exposure to harmful lifestyle factors, these protective mechanisms may become less effective.
Free radicals rampage through the body. Due to the damage caused to the cells, free radicals trigger chronic, low grade (silent) inflammation in the body.
Research has tied chronic silent inflammation to many lifestyle ailments and diseases.
It can be a response to poor diet and nutrition, harmful chemical pollutants in our environment, smoking and excessive drinking.
It is asymptomatic. In other words, you are unaware that it may be present.
If there is an imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants, it may lead to oxidative stress.
Oxidative stress triggers a low-grade, ongoing inflammatory response. Persistent low-grade inflammation can eventually damage your body’s cells, tissues and organs. This is why it has been linked to so many seemingly unrelated chronic conditions and ailments, like diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, bowel disease, cancer, etc.
Relieve Pain & Swelling • Improve Mobility • Reduce Inflammation
Now, you’ve most likely heard of the spice turmeric? Maybe even used it in cooking?
The aromatic spice fills the room with flavour and gives your meal a bright orange colour.
Not only has this spice been used for over 4000 years, it is also one of the most studied medicinal herb in the world. Thousands of research papers have shown how it helps your body fight the effects of inflammation.
But, this miracle spice cannot work as effectively on its own.
The beneficial compounds in turmeric is poorly absorbed if it’s ingested alone.
So, if you want to take it in its natural form and experience all its benefits, it must be combined with other spices to enhance absorption.
These spices are black pepper and cayenne.
Cayenne dilates microcapillaries and stimulates better circulation, while black pepper boosts absorption of nutrients in the bloodstream, allowing turmeric to get to work on soothing inflammation.
Other than its ability to help with pain, swelling and other symptoms related to inflammatory conditions, it also helps prevent chronic conditions associated with low-grade chronic inflammation.
If you’ve been struggling with persistent aches and pains or can’t get rid of swelling, this spice blend may hold the secret you have been looking for…
Turmerynne™ is the first innovative truly herbal formula in South Africa that combines turmeric, cayenne and black pepper to provide ultimate absorption of turmeric powder in its natural form.
Out of the thousands of research papers, the most significant findings are:
Since its launch in 2012, Turmerynne™ has gained a strong following of thousands of people in South Africa who use it every month.
Despite the recommended therapeutic dose of 6 capsules per day, many of our loyal customers have told us that they receive incredible benefits from only 2 to 3 capsules per day.
Credited to the concept of ‘synergy’. Herbs taken together have a greater effect than the sum of their parts.
One size does not fit all. How you use TURMERYNNE® depends on why you use it.
If you have physical discomfort, experience swelling, redness and of pain associated with acute inflammation, it is best to take a therapeutic dose of turmeric. This means 2 grams of the powdered herb, as found in TURMERYNNE®. This is equivalent to three (3) capsules, which should be taken twice daily, always with a meal.
Many people look for a good quality, well absorbed turmeric supplement because they simply want to support their general, ongoing wellbeing. Not because of some immediate discomfort (or acute inflammation. People who are concerned about chronic silent inflammation, which does not show symptoms, often use TURMERYNNE® as an investment in their health.
If this sounds exactly like the reason you want to take TURMERYNNE®, a ‘maintenance dose’ of 1-2 capsules per day can be sufficient. Bear in mind that while turmeric powder on its own is not very well absorbed, the combination of turmeric, cayenne and black pepper contained in TURMERYNNE® capsules is estimated to boost absorption by up to 2000%.
Using TURMERYNNE® in this way is of course exceptionally economical, which is why it has remained such a popular herbal remedy over many years.
Note: TURMERYNNE® capsules may be taken for a period of up to 12 weeks followed by an interval of 1 week after which the next 12-week cycle can commence. If you experience symptoms that become worse or persist for longer than 4 weeks, you should consult a registered health practitioner.
No, curcumin is not the same as turmeric. Curcumin is only one of the beneficial compounds found in turmeric root. Many extracts primarily aim to concentrate curcumin in a powdered preparation presented as herbal capsules.
Turmeric root however contains much more than just curcumin. The root contains a range of curcuminoids (a range of polyphenolic antioxidant compounds), also oils called turmerones and fiber. Extracts do not retain all these components. This is the difference between extracts and natural turmeric root.
TURMERYNNE® however contains real turmeric root, tested to conform to specific pharmaceutical standards, with as little as possible meddling between harvesting and what is delivered in the capsule. As such, TURMERYNNE® remains faithful to the principles of true herbal medicine. The most comprehensive meta-analysis of research papers into turmeric and its constituents concluded that the most promising health benefits and best results come from taking turmeric in its natural form.
It is not recommended to take TURMERYNNE® at the same time as other medicines without consulting a pharmacist or registered health professional. Certain medications may interact with the constituents, or there may be a theoretical potentiating effect from TURMERYNNE®. There are also certain conditions which would preclude the use of turmeric, or at least require close supervision of a health professional.
Relieve Pain & Swelling • Improve Mobility • Reduce Inflammation
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Personal results from natural products may vary and no guarantees, expressed or implied, are made.
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