Control your immune system
Inflammation binds the immune system's attention and sometimes goes unnoticed for a long time. These "silent inflammations" can weaken the immune system and increase the risk of various diseases over time. With the immunomodulating properties of turmeric you relieve your immune system.
- High-dose concentrate with immunomodulating properties to relieve the body
- Turmeric has antioxidant properties
- Vitamin C helps to relieve the body with positive properties on the immune system
The traditional Indian healing art Ayurveda has known turmeric for thousands of years. In particular, the versatile root has antioxidative, immunomodulating and anti-inflammatory properties.
Turmeric (lat. Curcuma longa) is also called turmeric, yellow ginger, saffron root, turmeric or turmeric and belongs to the ginger family. The plant comes from South Asia and grows up to one meter high. Like ginger, turmeric forms bulb-like parts that are referred to as rhizomes or colloquially “root stock”.
CurcuminoidsIn addition to nutrients and essential oils, it also stores curcuminoids with the main ingredient curcumin. From a naturopathic point of view, curcuminoids (incl. Curcumin) are the most important ingredients in turmeric. Among other things, they are responsible for its antioxidative, immunomodulating and anti-inflammatory properties. However, the curcuminoids from the fresh roots are poorly absorbed by the body. Only a combination with black pepper extract containing piperine ensures that the human body can utilize curcuminoids (incl. Curcumin) well.
The intake is even faster if you consume turmeric in liquid form. That is the secret of the Bärbel Drexel turmeric concentrate. The contained turmeric complex quickly reaches the places where it is needed. At the same time, it remains in the body for a long time and can therefore develop its positive properties particularly well. With 10 ml of the turmeric concentrate you take as many curcuminoids as with about 10 teaspoons of turmeric powder.
- Dairy Free
- Egg Free
- Fish Free
- Free of Colors
- Gelatin Free
- Gluten Free
- Lactose Free
- No artificial Sweetener
- No Magnesium Stearate
- No Microcrystall. Cellulose
- No Silicon Dioxide
- No Sugar Alcohol
- Nut Free
- Peanut Free
- Preservative Free
- Shellfish Free
- Soy Free
- Wheat Free
- Yeast Free
Bärbel Drexel - natural, of course
The Bärbel Drexel Purity Law applies to the products without exception:
- Without artificial auxiliaries and binders
- Without parabens and synthetic preservatives
- Without synthetic fragrances and dyes
- Without artificial flavors
- Without flavor enhancer
- Without genetic technology
- Without animal testing
- Without paraffins and petroleum products
- Without silicones and greenhouse gases
- Without PEG and PPG emulsifiers
Highest bioavailability - best tolerance
All vitamins, minerals, trace elements, nutrients and vital substances contained are in a natural combination. This makes it particularly easy for the human body to absorb and utilize. That means maximum bioavailability with the best tolerability.
Straight from Germany
Bärbel Drexel GmbH has its roots in the small town of Baar in the Swabian part of Bavaria: in the middle of nature, surrounded by meadows and forests. One is aware of these roots, and so all products are still developed in our in-house nature laboratory and manufactured in our own production.
The comprehensive internal and external analyzes and controls go far beyond the legal requirements. A sensible interlocking of precise manual work with modern production technology guarantees the exceptional high quality in the long term.
No animal testing
Bärbel Drexel GmbH has been a member of the International Association of Animal Welfare Certified Natural Cosmetics, Cosmetics and Natural Goods (IHTN) since the company was founded. It has submitted to the guidelines of the German Animal Welfare Association e.V., Bonn, which can be viewed on the Internet at http://www.ihtn.de.
All Bärbel-Drexel products have the IHTN logo: Neither products nor raw materials have been tested on animals, and of course no such tests were commissioned.
The cosmetic products were subjected to a dermatological test by the independent testing institute Dermatest and rated "very good".