Blooms Green Lipped Mussel 500mg Turmeric with BioP 100vc
Double Anti-Inflammatory Action: Green Lipped Mussel and Turmeric are a powerful anti-inflammatory duo. Pure, natural NZ green lipped mussel contains a rich blend of natural proteins to help relieve arthritic pain and maintain joint mobility. Turmeric helps the management of joint pain and inflammation and has also been used traditionally to support digestive, gall bladder and liver function. The Turmeric in this product contains 65% curcuminoids. BioP™ (Black pepper) is added for its ability to enhance absorption.
Anti-inflammatory for joints Blooms Green Lipped Mussel and Turmeric with BioP™ is ideal for use with stiff, swollen joints. Green Lipped Mussel is a good source of glycosaminoglycans which have a beneficial effect on painful and swollen joints. Green lipped mussel is also a source of omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids and a rich blend of natural proteins helpful in maintaining joint mobility.
Anti-inflammatory in the Gut: Blooms Green Lipped Mussel and Turmeric with BioP™ has anti-inflammatory actions beyond the joints. In traditional Ayurvedic medicine turmeric rhizome has been used as a general tonic herb and to support digestive, gall bladder and liver function. Blooms Green Lipped Mussel and Turmeric with BioP™ helps:
- Relieve indigestion, heartburn and reflux.
- Treat mild digestive disorders.
- Is indicated or the symptomatic relief of non-specific dyspepsia.
- May assist in the management of indigestion.
- Liver tonic.
Each capsule contains:
Green lipped mussel dried (Perna canaliculus) 500 mg.
Curcuma longa (Turmeric) extract equivalent to.
dry rhizome 1.5 g (1500 mg).
equivalent to curcuminoids 48.75 mg.
Piper Nigrum (Black pepper - BioP™).
standardised extract equivalent to dry fruit 105 mg.
standardised to Piperine 5 mg.
The Turmeric in this product contains 65% curcuminoids.
No added gluten, yeast, milk derivatives, salt, lactose, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Adults: Take 2 capsules daily with food, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.