Our Tumeric Gummies are plant based and support a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle.
Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory
Turmeric can fight aging and cell degradation in the body and reduce the reaction that the body has to inflammatory influences.
Our gummy formulation involves heating our turmeric. This results in a curcuminoid that is easier for the body to absorb, thereby increasing potency.
WHAT IS AN ADAPTOGEN?
Need more zen in your life? Adaptogens could be the secret ingredient for helping you stay calm, cool and alert. Adaptogens are herbs, roots and fungi that have been traditionally used to help the body adapt to stressors. Some of the most common adaptogens are ginseng, tulsi (holy basil), astragalus, rhodiola, reishi mushroom and ashwagandha.
Our Ashwagandha formula is carefully designed with key actives to help you deal with all the chaos that life throws at you. While our max strength blend includes 1,200mg of ashwagandha, we’ve also added a proprietary adaptogen blend of rhodiola, cordyceps mushroom, reishi mushroom and holy basil for an extra boost of zen. Take Ashwagandha to help aid the acute effects of stress and get on with feeling the best version of you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Turmeric should be avoided if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, as it can cause uterine contractions. It should also be avoided if you have gallstones or a bile duct obstruction. Turmeric can also interfere with certain medications, so it’s important to speak to your doctor before taking it if you are on medication.
Turmeric is a safe herb that can be taken with many other herbs and supplements. There are, however, a few things that should not be taken with turmeric. For example, turmeric should not be taken with blood thinners, as it can increase the risk of bleeding. Additionally, turmeric should not be taken with bromelain, as it can increase the risk of side effects. Finally, turmeric should not be taken with calcium, as it can decrease the absorption of the herb.
One potential downside of turmeric is that it can interfere with certain medications. It can also interact with other herbs and supplements. Turmeric may also cause digestive issues in some people, such as an upset stomach or diarrhea. If you have a history of digestive problems, you may want to avoid turmeric. Overall, turmeric is generally safe for most people.
There is no definitive answer to this question as the length of time that it takes for turmeric to work may vary from person to person. Some people may start to see results after taking turmeric for 4 to 8 weeks, while others may need to take it for a few months