The Ancient Spice That Heals Both boswellia and turmeric are botanicals that have been trusted by holistic practitioners for many, many years. They are similar in many ways since both help in various inflammatory conditions and have similar mechanisms of action. Higher percentages around 65 percent or more are more pure and effective. When it comes to proper dosages, it depends on how concentrated the extract is and the level of boswellic acids present.
Turmeric has been used for centuries as food and medicine, dating back at least 4000 years. Modern medicine has begun to recognize its importance as well as indicated by the over 3000 studies dealing with turmeric that have been published within the last 25 years. Turmeric continues to garner attention from the health community, thanks to its antioxidant properties and potential to help protect cells against oxidative stress and deterioration, support cardiovascular health, and promote healthy joints. Enhanced Formula with 95% Curcuminoids Curcumin is one of the principal healthful components of turmeric” and the reason turmeric has that characteristic yellow color. A naturally occurring plant-based antioxidant, curcumin helps protect cells against oxidative stress and deterioration, supports cardiovascular health, and promotes healthy joints. Turmeric has 95% curcuminoids (curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, and bisdemethoxycurcumin), the most potent compounds in turmeric root. The product also includes Boswellia (Shallaki) for joints support. Increased Bioavailability Despite their extraordinary potential, many herbs can have limited benefits due to poor absorption. With curcumin standardized to 95% curcuminoids for powerful antioxidant potencies.