TurMemoric. Turmeric Extract

Related Technical Questions with the product:

Difference amongst products made from Turmeric.

I would like to know what is the difference amongst your products made from Turmeric.

R) At Lamberts we have 4 formulations whose main component is Turmeric. They are:

Turmemoric (Code 8541), Quick Release Turmeric (Code 8548), Turmeric 20 000mg (Code 8571) and Curcumin Ultra (Code 8590). The main differences between them lie in the concentration of their extracts and in the disintegration time of their tablets.

Turmemoric: This formula provides, for 2 tablets 200 mg of turmeric extract with 95% curcumin, combined with 10 mg of lutein, which is one of the most important carotenoids in the diet, as well as zeaxanthin, rosemary, vitamin B12 and Zinc. We include rosemary as an extract to preserve the active components. Vitamin B12 is present for its useful contribution to normal neurological and psychological functions. Zinc also plays an important role in the product by assisting normal cognitive function. This is easy to differentiate because it has other nutrients in its composition.

Quick Release Turmeric: Providing 200 mg of turmeric extract with 95% curcumin per 1 tablet. The tablets in this formulation are fast release, since they disintegrate between 15 and 30 minutes to achieve faster absorption by the body.

These tablets have been specifically formulated using a cellulose matrix that dissolves quickly in contact with moisture, helping them to disintegrate in the intestine more quickly and facilitating a more dynamic absorption of the nutrient.

Turmeric 20,000 mg: This presentation provides 500 mg of turmeric extract per 1 tablet with 95% curcuminoids or curcumin and the disintegration time is less than 1 hour.

Curcumin Ultra: This product provides 500 mg of Curcuwin per 1 tablet through a technically advanced turmeric extract that has been specially prepared to considerably increase its absorption from the digestive system. It is manufactured using patented UltraSOL ™ technology. This is a molecular dispersion process, it improves the bioavailability of poorly absorbed nutrients and increases the dispersion of fat-soluble ingredients in water. Disintegration time is less than 1 hour.