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A type of turmeric (Curcuma Longa) believed to be the most potent of the turmeric family. Has anti-inflammatory properties.
Introduce gradually into diet over a two week period.
Add to feed, split into two feeds (morning and night) where possible.
Always provide access to clean water.
1 scoop = 10g
Morning feed: 1/2 - 1 x scoop (5g - 10g)
Night feed: 1/2 - 1 x scoop (5g - 10g)
Recommended rate based on a 500kg horse.
100% Curcuma Longa (Alleppey)
Why is Turmeric so beneficial?
There are many different forms of Turmeric, each having their own benefits and respective histories within Chinese and Indian medicine. The therapeutic properties are attributed to the vivid yellow-orange pigments (curcuminoids) present in turmeric. They are believed to have powerful antioxidant properties (significantly more so than vitamins E or C), and may increase the body’s ability to neutralise free radicals before they damage healthy cells and cell membranes. Turmeric has also been known for its role in prevention or alleviation of an impressive array of skin conditions such as itchy skin. Studies show that Turmeric may also be useful in reducing inflammation particularly for arthritis and joint pain.
What is Turmeric Alleppey?
Turmeric Alleppey has a naturally high curcumin content and the deepest flavour compared to other Turmeric types such as Madras (the most common turmeric sold). Turmeric Alleppey can be combined with black pepper and coconut oil which may maximise its benefits and make it easily digestible.
What is Turmericle?
Turmericle is a unique powdered blend of well researched nutraceutical herbs including two varieties of turmeric (Alleppey and xanthorrhiza), black pepper and resveratrol, as well as powdered coconut oil. Turmericle may assist with conditions such as joint inflammation and skin conditions. This easy to feed powder is suitable for horses, and dogs.
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