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Equitec Turmercile Powder (Turmeric Blend)

Equitec Turmercile Powder (Turmeric Blend)
Equitec Turmercile Powder
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This unique golden powder blend combines all the natural benefits of turmeric, powdered coconut oil (PowerStance), ground black pepper and an Equitec exclusive product, Resveratrol, in an easy to use powdered supplement form.

It may be fed internally OR have water added to make a topical paste. Turmericle is suitable for use on a wide variety of animals including dogs, cats, horses and cattle.

Turmericle includes two types of turmeric, curcuma longa and curcuma xanthorhizza. Turmeric has long been accepted in use in traditional medicine, and has many anti inflammatory properties. It also may increase the body’s ability to reduce free radicals. However turmeric on it’s own is absorbed at a very low rate in the body. The piperine in ground black pepper slows the digestion of turmeric and increases the absorption rates.

Being fat soluble, we have also added powdered coconut oil as the carrier for the turmeric. The addition of Resveratrol may increase the antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties of the mix.

Powdered dietary supplement that may assist with the alleviation of skin conditions and joint aches and pains. For use in horses and dogs.

Horses.    1 scoop (25g) morning and night feed
Dogs:   1 teaspoon morning and night

Read more hear: Turmericle Brochure

(see brochure link above for more information on dosage rates)

Sizes: 500gr ($27.95) or 2kg ($84.95) (6kg available via special order)

INGREDIENTS:

TURMERIC [Curcuma zanthorrhiza and Curcuma longa]

Known as the vibrant golden ingredient used liberally in Indian curries, turmeric has a long history of use in both Indian and Chinese traditional medicine. The inherent therapeutic properties are attributed to the vivid yellow-orange pigments (curcuminoids) that are present in turmeric. They are believed to have powerful antioxidant properties (significantly more so than vitamin E or C) and may increase the body’s ability to neutralise free radicals before they damage healthy cells and cell membranes. In combination with its perceived anti-inflammatory effects, turmeric has also been associated with the prevention or alleviation of an impressive array of conditions, which may include many cancers, arthritis, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders, cardiovascular disease, liver ailments and Alzheimer’s. Turmeric may also be useful in reducing inflammation particularly for animals with arthritis and itchy skin. Turmericle contains a mixture of Curcumoids.

POWERSTANCE [Coconut oil] 

Stance Equine’s unique powdered coconut oil supplement for companion animals deliver’s the benefits of this wonderful tropical oil and may also help to increase the absorption of turmeric powder by the digestive system. The benefits of Coconut oil include its high levels of medium chain triglycerides (MCT) which provide the body with readily available non glucose energy source and Lauric Acid, which converts to monolaurin and may provide anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. The benefits of supplementing animals with coconut oil may include improved digestive health, enhanced coat and skin condition.

GROUND BLACK PEPPER 

The inclusion of ground black pepper (GBP) to this mix increases the bio-availability and absorption rate of Turmeric and Resveratrol.

RESVERATROL  

Resveratrol is the star element of Equitec’s Turmericle powder. This polyphenolic stilbenoid is a natural product found in peanuts, cocoa powder and red grape skins and is better known as the health promoting component of red wine. The inclusion of Resveratrol may help boost the antioxidant properties and therefore amplify the benefits of the turmeric, coconut oil and GBP. 

 

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