- High dose Curcumin extract (not Turmeric) with Piperine
- Potent anti-inflammatory
- Reduces joint pain
- Can improve exercise
- Benefits to PCOS
- Vegan friendly
- Made in the UK
- 1 tree Planted
Ease aching joints and improve recovery with this research-backed, powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It’s time to keep you moving
Aid those aching or painful joints, improve your recovery from exercise and reduce inflammation with our research dosed blend of Curcumin (the active compound in Turmeric) and Piperine (aka black pepper, which helps aid absorption). Research also shows benefit to women suffering with PCOS, and supports people suffering with depression. A potent anti-flammatory that could benefit many. It's definitely worth reading up on the research to see if this could help you, read more HERE.
Product is 60 capsules, giving you 30 servings at £0.73, or less if subscribing or grabbing a bundle.
Bitter taste if capsule opened.
Take 2 capsules per day with food for best results. Product is a 30 day supply (NOTE: Our current packaging says 100 Capsules, this is a printing error, product is 60 Capsules).
Avoid getting capsule ingredients on clothing as it stains. Keep out the reach of children. Consume as part of a varied and balanced diet.
STORAGE & RECYCLING
Recycling means a lot to us, please recycle this #4 pouch at your local supermarket with their plastic bag recycling facility. Store in a cool dry place and consume within 3 months of opening. Keep out of direct sunlight. See pouch for best before date.
Turmeric Extract providing 95% Curcuminoids, Black Pepper Extract at 95% Piperine, Magnesium Sterate, Silicon Dlaoxldc, Hydroxyproplmathlcellulose (capsule shell).
For allergens see ingredients in bold.
This is a great question, and it's primarily due to the strength of our product. If you search online for ‘Curcumin supplements’ you will often find large dosage claims on the label, with turmeric being listed in the ingredients. Turmeric is great, but it’s the active Curcuminoids (which represent around 3% of the powder) that you want. According to the research you need around 1500mg per day of curcumin for a product to be effective in join pain management (alongside Piperine, a black pepper extract that maximises absorption). A product with 2000mg of turmeric therefore only has around 60mg of curcumin, far less than you need!
This is also why our Awesome Joints is on the higher side in terms of cost, it’s one of the highest strength on the market because we follow the proven research, nothing else. We never take short cuts, and this is why Awesome Joints is the best in class. Feel free to have a search online and see, you'll find a lot of "High dose Turmeric" supplements disguised as Curcumin supplements. You'll get what you pay for.
The research shows it significantly enhances absorption when used at 30mg per 750mg of curcumin. It works by blocking the enzymes your body uses to break down Curcumin quickly after absorption, so we have added this to ensure our product is as effective as possible.
Briefly, Curcumin has been found to be useful for various inflammatory conditions including arthritic pain, but also shows great promise in helping those with PCOS-related insulin resistance and even Type 2 Diabetes.
Because Curcumin is an antioxidant and potent anti-inflammatory, the research is primarily focused around inflammation-related joint health, so if you are suffering from joint pain, for example if you have a joint condition like osteoarthritis, taking Curcumin could be a worthwhile try in alleviating some of your symptoms.
People that exercise a lot can also experience joint pain due to repetitive load on the joints, and so if this is you curcumin may be of benefit, too.
Beyond this, chronic inflammation can contribute to various other conditions that may appear less obvious. One systematic review of small trials and pilot studies found that curcumin was able to reduce markers of insulin resistance, leptin, and blood glucose levels in those with Type 2 diabetes.
Other research into PCOS-related insulin resistance found that curcumin improved glucose control and, while the evidence is still early, curcumin has even been found beneficial in depression with plausible mechanisms of action existing to explain why.
As always, we do not recommend using supplements in place of any medication (indeed many trials use curcumin as an adjunct therapy to improve outcomes alongside traditional medication). Always consult your doctor before use.