TURBEET (8oz) - TURMERIC, BEET, GINGER, CARROT, & CAYENNE PEPPER
Turmeric, Beet, Ginger, Carrot and Cayenne mixture.
Modern research has researched and concluded that Turmeric and curcuminoids, an active ingredient in Turmeric, has powerful antioxidant properties, and relieves pain, inflammation, cancer, Aids, heart disease, and many other ailments. Yes, this natural food that is indeed safe, which has been used for centuries, even dates back 5 to 6000 years in India and has been available and unnoticed to consumers, and is very inexpensive and protects our body from free radical damage. Turmeric is probably the most researched spice for medical applications and used in commercial areas such as coloring agents, food preservatives, preserving nutritional value of foods, coloring in silks, cotton, paper, cosmetics, wood, and medicines. In one form or another, everyday products that we have been using for centuries, contain Turmeric without even realizing the nutritional value it is presenting to our bodies. In any life form, life needs certain elements, as we need water, nutrients and oxygen. It is crucial for metabolism and for our well being. Having Turmeric in our diet is just one key element in optimizing our body to being healthy and living longer.
Beets are one of the richest dietary sources of antioxidants and naturally occurring nitrates. Nitrates are compounds which improve blood flow throughout the body including the brain, heart, and muscles. These natural nitrates increase a molecule in the blood vessels called nitric oxide, which helps open up the vessels and allows more oxygen flow as well as lower blood pressure.
Cayenne pepper originally came from the Americas and was one of many medicinal plants that Christopher Columbus presented to the Spanish Queen and King. He was the first to refer to it as pepper because of its similarity in taste to black pepper, which was regularly imported from Indonesia to Spain. Cayenne pepper is a fruit, and like many other common spices it may provide several practical health benefits. You can get cayenne pepper whole, as a powder and as flakes. Cayenne pepper has been used historically as an analgesic, antiseptic and counter-irritant. It may also help relieve digestive problems, such as gas and intestinal spasms, and it provides a stimulant effect that is utilized for relieving nerve pain. Due to constituents such as capsaicin, cayenne pepper may provide powerful antioxidant protection against cancers such as lymphoma and leukemia, according to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Capsaicin may also help with heart disease and diabetes, and it purportedly packs more antioxidant power than broccoli, spinach or carrots, according to the cancer center website.