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BENEFITS OF TURMERIC with Ginger and Bioperine

BENEFITS OF TURMERIC with Ginger and Bioperine

Posted by Gabriel, MyVervo on 2020 Apr 15th

Turmeric with Ginger & Bioperine

Benefits of Taking Turmeric with Bioperine


Turmeric and ginger are very well known when it comes to herbal medicine. They are two of the most researched and studied ingredients along with their benefits, in science and medicine. Powerful properties of turmeric include being a good anti-inflammatory, a good antioxidant agent, anti-fungal and a great cellular support.

Back in the day, both have been used by our ancestors to treat a lot of diseases and conditions ranging from inflammation, fatigue, migraines, internal and external issues in the body and more. Ginger along with turmeric has similar abilities to reduce nausea, relieve pain, and boost your immune system.

The compound known as curcumin in turmeric by itself, is not well absorbed by your body and the bloodstream and in order to reap its health benefits, it needs piperine also known as bioperine. It is an alkaloid, an active component that aids the ability to boost the absorption of curcumin in your body. The bioperine makes it easier for curcumin to pass through the intestinal wall and into the bloodstream. It may slow down the breakdown of curcumin by the liver therefore increasing its blood levels and so, this combination increases its potential health benefits. Curcumin is also known to be one of the most powerful anti-inflammatories without side effects.

With various research and studies, here are more benefits of turmeric with ginger and bioperine.

  • Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory property prevents inflammation in your body and helps repair damage in tissues caused by inflammation. Curcumin helps those with arthritis, joint and other muscle issues.
  • Helps maintain healthy vital organs and functions.
  • It is known to increase your body’s antioxidant capacity by boosting your body’s antioxidant enzymes which results in protecting your body by neutralizing free radicals. Free radicals are the highly reactive molecules with unpaired electrons which causes oxidative damage which is believed to be one of the mechanisms behind aging and many diseases.
  • Curcumin is known to aid in improving your memory. It helps boost levels of the brain hormone BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor), which increases the growth of neurons and fights various degenerative processes in your brain. When the BDNF levels are enhanced, it can boost serotonin and dopamine levels in your brain therefore alleviating symptoms of depression.
  • Lastly, curcumin improves heart function by improving the endothelium which is the lining of blood vessels enabling it to regulate blood pressure, blood clotting and other factors.

Turmeric with ginger and bioperine is a great way to improve your health and maintain a body free of chronic inflammation. With no risk and no harm, if you are unsure of taking turmeric supplement, we simply advice that you consult with your physician especially if you are already taking similar supplements or any other medication. Nonetheless, it is safe to say that this is a great dietary supplement to have at home to help improve your quality of life