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Nature has provided many botanical compounds that have used for centuries to support health and wellbeing. Many of these compounds have been the subject of scientific studies and have proven health benefits. Botanical compounds naturally contain phytochemicals including antioxidants, flavonoids, polyphenols and anthocyanins. Solgar has combined six of these botanicals to create Cherry Turmeric Complex that is suitable for those on a vegan diet. Solgar Cherry Turmeric Complex provides an array of botanicals herbs containing some of the most researched phytochemicals known to support human health.
Montmorency Cherry (Prunus Cerasus): Montmorency cherry naturally contains polyphenolic antioxidant compounds, including Quercetin, chlorogenic acid and Anthocyanins, which help fight free radicals that cause oxidative damage to the body’s cells. Montmorency cherries have been researched in the areas of cardiovascular health and inflammation.
Turmeric Root (Curcuma Longa): Curcumin is thought to be this primary pharmacological agent in turmeric. In numerous studies, curcumin has demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects. Curcumin possesses not only antioxidant activity, but also is capable of inhibiting NF kappa-B, a major cellular inflammatory agent.
Ginger Root (Zingiber Officinale): Ginger has demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties in several studies. The active ingredients within ginger root, including gingerols and shogaols are able to inhibit COX-2 and LOX inflammatory pathways.
Bioperine Black Pepper Extract (Piper nigrum): Piperine, a plant alkaloid, is a main component of Piper Nigrum (black pepper). It has a long history of medical use and has been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory activity. Studies have also demonstrated piperine’s ability to increase bioavailability of certain nutrients.
Quercetin: In studies, Quercetin has been shown to inhibit the release of histamine by basophils and mast cells. In addition, Quercetin has been shown to inhibit the production and activity of pro-inflammatory leukotrienes and prostaglandins.
Cayenne (Capsicum Annuum): Cayenne has been used as a food and medicine for at least 9,000years. Its traditional use centres on its benefits as a peripheral circulatory tonic.
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