Turmeric (Curcuma longa) or Indian Saffron is a plant, a yellow spice that has been well known in Asia for a few thousand years. Originally from the South East, it is cultivated for example in China, Indonesia, India or Sri Lanka. This spice (and more particularly the rhizome) is widely used in the culinary world today (as a unit or in a mixture such as curry). Turmeric perfumes, colors (in yellow), corrects acidity but is also used as an active ingredient in food supplements and dietetic products in the field of health, well-being and sport. Indeed, its virtues are numerous and it acts on different spheres: cardiovascular, articular, intestinal, hepatic (detoxification)… muscular.
It is interesting to bring a minimum of 200 to 300mg of curcuminoids per day during exercise and recovery days. This contribution can be made via powdered turmeric (in the kitchen), diet products for effort (diet drinks for effort and/or recovery drinks containing them) or specific food supplements (tablets containing extracts titrated in curcuminoids).
Piperine, active in pepper, increases (20 times more) the bioavailability of curcumin and potentiates its action, combine these two spices in your dishes. 4 to 6g of turmeric powder per day, or a teaspoon, corresponds to 200-400mg of curcuminoids;
In the form of a food supplement: 200mg to 600mg per day of curcuminoids (mainly curcumin).
chamomile flowers have multiple benefits for digestion, sleep and even the skin.
Thanks to its relaxing and beneficial effects on digestion (ulcers-acidity, nausea and vomiting, gastroenteritis, newborn colic, bloating and flatulence, colds, sleep disord.