Kenay Turmeric BCM-95® (CURCUGREEN®) Pure Turmeric extract, 60 capsules

£22.94 £25.49

Food supplement

 

Turmeric is one of the best-researched plants supporting health, and the number of patents in which it is included exceeds 600. It is worth using BCM-95 turmeric because it contains ar-turmerone essential oil, thanks to which it is quickly absorbed and assimilated by the body.

To gain the full beneficial effects of curcumin, look for turmeric (Indian saffron) extract with at least 95% curcuminoids. The manufacturer should use safe production practices from sowing, through cultivation, harvesting, to the production and packaging of the final product.

Ingredients 2 capsules

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Turmeric rhizome extract /BCM-95®/ (Curcuma longa), including: 750 mg

curcuminoids: 95%. 712.5 mg

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Turmeric:

- supports the liver

- supports digestion

- helps maintain the proper condition of joints and bones

Frequently asked questions about BCM-95

What is the difference between turmeric and curcumin?

Turmeric is a rhizome called Curcuma Longa. Its active ingredients are curcuminoids (mainly curcumin, demethoxycurcuminoid and bis-demethoxycurcuminoid) and essential oils.

Is BCM-95 tested for heavy metal content?

Each batch of BCM-95 is tested by internal and external laboratories for the presence of heavy metals, such as lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury. Modern and most accurate laboratory equipment "IC-PMS" is used instead of the typical Atomic Absorption Spectrometry technique.

Is BCM-95 certified organic?

BCM-95 is not certified organic, but the cultivation of the raw material meets organic standards.

Is BCM-95 genetically modified?

No, BCM-95 is not genetically modified?

Does BCM-95 contain allergens?

No, BCM-95 does not contain any allergens.

What solvents are used to produce BMC-95?

Ethanol or ethyl acetate is used to produce BCM-95.

Does BCM-95 contain harmful solvents?

BCM-95 does not contain any harmful solvents, such as ethylene dichloride (EDC), benzene, acetone or isopropyl alcohol.

Why do other turmeric extract manufacturers use harmful solvents?

Harmful solvents, more specifically ethylene dichloride (EDC), are used in the production of extracts to obtain better performance and reduce the cost of the final product. Once such solvents are used, they can no longer be removed from the final product.

Why are solvents used in extraction and cannot be removed from the final product?

Curcumin and curcuminoids are not soluble in water. Therefore, you need to use solvents to extract it from the turmeric rhizome. Turmeric extract is subjected to a crystallization process. Curcuminoids are extracted from turmeric and have the form of crystals. During the crystallization process, all solvents enter these crystals. Manufacturers who use harmful solvents sometimes hide it because their residues are difficult to detect using conventional laboratory testing methods.

How are residual solvents in BCM-95 tested?

The traditional GC-MS test is most often used to test solvent residues. However, in the case of turmeric, this is not an appropriate form of testing because curcuminoids are in the form of crystals in which solvents are trapped. The GC-MS method is misleading regarding the presence of solvents. Advanced GC-Headspace laboratory equipment is used to test solvent residues in BCM-95. In this method, the crystals are broken up and the trapped solvents are collected and analyzed. BCM-95 does not contain any harmful solvents. All batches of the extract meet the requirements of the American Pharmacopoeia (List of Drugs).

Should BCM-95 be taken with a meal?

It is recommended to take BCM-95 with a meal. However, it will not have any adverse effects if taken without food.

Can BCM-95 be taken with other medications?

Current research does not confirm that turmeric reacts with other drugs. Consult your doctor before taking dietary supplements including BCM-95.

What is the recommended dose of BCM-95?

Most clinical trials use 500 mg of BCM-95, twice daily.

Can BCM-95 cause gastrointestinal problems?

People who have not taken turmeric before may initially experience gastrointestinal problems. However, no gastrointestinal disturbances have been reported following the ingestion of BCM-95.

Ingredients: turmeric rhizome extract (Curcuma longa L.) standardized for curcuminoid content: 95%, containing the volatile compound ar-turmerone; capsule shell: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose.

How to use: 1 capsule 2 times a day, with a meal

Storage : Store in a closed container at room temperature, out of the reach of small children.

Notes: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any ingredient of the preparation. The preparation should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women and children and adolescents under 18 years of age. You should lead a healthy lifestyle and eat properly. People who use anticoagulants should consult a doctor about consuming this preparation.

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