For centuries, ginger and turmeric have been used for holistic health purposes in alternative medicine practices like Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. From ancestral wisdom to modern scientific studies, both turmeric and ginger supply compounds that work like antioxidants to help support your wellbeing in a natural way.* We’ve combined these two powerful plants into one unique formula to support you with antioxidant protection, joint health, and more.*
Both turmeric and ginger are from theZingiberaceae family and are rhizomes — plants that grow underground in a system of horizontal buds that sprout green stems up and roots down into the ground. The roots of rhizomes, including those of turmeric and ginger, are often used in cooking, and can be consumed fresh or dried into a powder.
Since ancient times, ginger root has been used as a tonic to treat common ailments. Known as a warming spice, it’s widely used to support healthy digestion and gastrointestinal health.* You’ll often see ginger in digestive teas and other herbal remedies as a digestive aid.* Gingerol (not to be confused with Ginger Ale) is the main bioactive compound in ginger, responsible for its health-promoting properties including powerful antioxidant effects.*
Used in cooking as an earthy spice, turmeric provides a vibrant golden yellow color that’s seen in mixes such as curry powders where it’s used. Turmeric is made up of curcuminoids — including curcumin, a powerful phytochemical that supports healthy inflammatory systems in your body and strong antioxidant protection.*
A Potent Pair
Together, turmeric curcumin and ginger root are perfect partners to support healthy inflammatory pathways in your body and healthy joints.* Powerful antioxidant support from both these compounds can help reduce oxidative stress and cellular damage that comes with aging and environmental factors.* Our organic formula includes black pepper to help increase absorption of curcumin, so you get the most health benefits in every concentrated serving.
When it comes to your overall well-being, nature knows best. From the ground up, plants help supply the nutrients we need to treat our bodies with care. The powerful combination of ginger and curcumin may help support your health and wellness thanks to their antioxidant protection and impact on your body’s healthy inflammatory response.*
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