We are delighted to now offer this quality source of turmeric herb (Curcumin) which is extracted from the whole root and contains 95% curcuminoids. Turmeric is extremely well documented and is widely used to support the body’s natural and so on
We are delighted to now offer this quality source of turmeric herb (Curcumin) which is extracted from the whole root and contains 95% curcuminoids. Turmeric is extremely well documented and is widely used to support the body’s natural anti-inflammatory processes. The turmeric extract in these tablets is traditionally grown in its native region of Southern India using sustainable small farming methods and it is renowned for its purity and full traceability.
The natural bioavailability of turmeric is unfortunately quite low, however can easily be improved using two methods. The first is to give turmeric with a fatty substance, and as all balanced dog food contains fat this is easily solved by ensuring it is given with their meal. Secondly, absorption is easily improved by taking it with a compound found naturally in black pepper called piperine. One study has found that taking piperine along with curcumin can increase bioavailability by an incredible 2000%.
A patented form of piperine called Bioperine is included in this formulation to ensure bioavailability is maximised. Turmeric has grown in popularity and there are a number of ongoing studies into numerous other potential benefits of this exciting herb.
Ingredients: Ingredients per tablet: Turmeric extract 175mg (Equivalent to 7175mg dry roots), Cellulose, Calcium phosphate tribasic, Magnesium stearate, Cellulose coating, Black pepper extract (Bioperine ®)
Administration: Small dogs and cats <10kg: 1 tablet, Medium dogs 10 - 25kg: 2 tablets; Large & GIant dogs >25kg 3 tablets. Recommended to be given for a minimum of one month. For the first week it can be advisable to start at a lower dose and build up
Can be uses during pregnancy?: No
Can be used during lactation?: No
Product Finishing: Film Coated
Special Warnings: Always consult your vet before administering if on medication, especially anti-coagulants
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