Both curcumin and other curcuminoids in turmeric can be extracted and concentrated. This makes it possible to produce nutritional supplements that are significantly more effective than the raw ingredient itself.
However, the human body can only absorb a small portion of curcumin into the bloodstream. In addition to the high-quality Curcugreen™ turmeric extract, Curcuma ProEliteX® capsules therefore contain supplementary ingredients that act as natural enhancers for even higher potency and bioactivity.
Each Curcuma ProEliteX® capsule contains 270 mg of Curcugreen® turmeric extract with a 257 mg curcuminoid complex containing 176 mg of curcumin. For optimal potency and bioactivity, the formula is supplemented and completed with 58 mg rosehip extract, which contains 40 mg of vitamin C, as well as with 25 mg GingerPro® ginger extract and 5 µg vitamin D3.
Curcuma ProEliteX® is the standout product if you're looking for a holistic, full-spectrum turmeric supplement.
Curcuma ProEliteX® capsules contain a full-spectrum complex of patented turmeric extract combined with carefully selected complementary ingredients such as ginger, rosehip with natural vitamin C and vitamin D3.
The synergistic effect of Curcugreen™ turmeric extract is based on the interaction of curcuminoids and tumerones. The active components of the root are curcumin, desmethoxycurcumin, bisdesmethoxcurcumin and ar-tumerone. This patented technology ensures not only high bioavailability, but also high bioactivity.
Curcugreen™ is a complex of 100% natural ingredients without synthetic additives: This is a natural complex that the human body can use well. Curcugreen™ has a 700% higher bioavailability than regular turmeric powder, with a retention time of up to 8 hours in blood plasma. 25 human studies prove the properties of Curcugreen™.
Ginger is not only used for colds and gastrointestinal issues, but due to its positive effects, it is also used by physically active people. In endurance sports, ginger provides long-lasting energy and can reduce muscle tension. In weight training, the active ingredients can strengthen blood vessels and prevent inflammation.
In addition to a variety of vitamins and micronutrients which help the body regenerate muscles, ginger contains particularly effective pungent substances and essential oils such as gingerol, shoagol and zingiberen.
Ginger naturally boosts potency: Because ginger has a strong effect on the gastrointestinal mucosa, it can regulate intestinal function to facilitate absorption  . Studies indicate that gingerols improve the potency of curcumin and vitamins A, E, C, and B9, as well as B-carotene, silymarin, isoleucine, zinc, and potassium .
To sum up, ginger
can help control inflammatory responses.*
can support digestion.*
helps with natural breathing and normal functioning of the respiratory tract.*
maintains an optimal immune balance in the respiratory tract.*
contributes to increased vitality and energy.*
The rosehip (Rosa canina L.) contains a high amount of vitamin C, which can be particularly well absorbed by the body due to its highly bioactive form. It is also associated with numerous positive effects, including
maintaining healthy and mobile joints.*
Numerous studies also show that rosehip can have a positive effect on the joints, which is due to the galactolipids it contains. . In the 1990s, Danish researchers succeeded in isolating this active ingredient from the plant. Galactolipids are thought to help lower CRP levels, which can indicate infection or inflammation in the body. Studies also indicate anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of rosehip extract. 
In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, patients with inflammation in the joints were randomly assigned to receive 5 g of rosehip powder in capsule form or a placebo daily for six months according to the ARA/ACR criteria. The results indicate that these patients could benefit from additional treatment with rosehip powder. 
In addition to this, rosehip is said to
contribute to the normal functioning of the digestive tract and*
support the body's natural defenses and the immune system.*
Vitamin C is primarily known to support the immune system. It boosts the immune function by supporting white blood cell production and improving immune response. This vitamin is thus an important companion, especially in the dark and cooler season. 
Vitamin C also has a strong antioxidant effect, which means that it protects our cells from oxidative stress. This oxidative stress ages our cells and disrupts normal regeneration processes. For this reason, among others, vitamin C is called an anti-aging vitamin. It supports many skin functions and can reduce the signs of time such as pigment spots, wrinkles and sagging skin - especially if these are additionally exacerbated by external influences such as smoking, UV rays, stress, sports or environmental toxins.
In the human body, vitamin C also serves numerous functions in energy metabolism and for normal functioning of the nervous system. It also promotes collagen production and is therefore important for building bones, teeth, cartilage and connective tissue. If the body lacks vitamin C, the connective tissue becomes thin. The skin and joints then lack elasticity. 
Vitamin D is actually a collective term for a whole group of vital substances ranging from vitamin D1 to D5. However, the form that is particularly important for our health is vitamin D3, whose scientific name is cholecalciferol. It is converted by the body into the biologically active form in several synthesis steps.
Vitamin D is especially known for its ability to fight infections. It stimulates the production of certain immune cells, and at the same time downregulates excessive immune reactions to a normal level. 
The body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium. An insufficient supply of vitamin D leads to insufficient calcium absorption from food and to the body having to extract calcium from stores in the bones. This can lead to weakening of existing bones and interfere with the formation of new, strong bones. 
Turmeric is obtained from the root of Curcuma longa, which belongs to the ginger family. Especially in Asian cuisine, turmeric is a popular spice. But also in Indian Ayurveda, turmeric has been one of the most important suppliers of vital substances for over 4000 years and is also called the "Golden Goddess" because of its color.
One of the plant's main active ingredients is curcumin, which is extracted from the root of Curcuma longa, also known as turmeric. It is a polyphenol, which works at the cellular level and is known for its soothing and antioxidant properties.
In combination with vitamins, minerals and plant substances of other high-quality plant extracts, the turmeric root unfolds its full power. The effects of vitamins and minerals have been proven in extensive studies and have also been confirmed by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). The health claims in relation to plant substances have not yet been conclusively evaluated. However, due to the number of studies, the efficacy described here can be sufficiently substantiated. Turmeric is being researched by scientists around the world and is the subject of numerous studies covering a wide range of applications.
A clinical study of 60 participants indicates that turmeric has a positive effect on digestion by stimulating various intestinal bacteria that are important for maintaining the integrity and function of the intestinal barrier.  This is also where ginger comes in with its powerful effect on the intestinal mucosa. 
Turmeric contributes to the maintenance of immune system effectiveness.*
Studies show that turmeric can positively influence the immune system and the upper respiratory tract. In a randomized double-blind trial, 241 patients with nasal respiratory resistance received either placebo or oral curcumin for two months. The therapeutic effect of curcumin was assessed based on nasal symptoms and nasal airway resistance.  Vitamin C and vitamin D have a supportive effect, because they contribute to normal immune system function.  
Turmeric can help manage inflammatory responses in the body.*
According to research, turmeric can help with inflammation associated with physical activity, as well as joint and muscle pain. A randomized controlled clinical trial was able to show that bioavailable turmeric extract can alleviate the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis.  Galactolipids in rosehip extract are also associated with positive effects on joints.  In addition, vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for normal bone and cartilage function, while vitamin D contributes to normal muscle function and normal absorption and utilization of calcium necessary to maintain normal bones.  
Turmeric supports heart function and blood circulation.*
A systematic review of the protective effects of curcumin against various cardiovascular diseases suggests that turmeric may be effective against cardiovascular problems by modulating signaling pathways involved in oxidative stress, apoptosis, and inflammation.  Vitamin C provides support in this area by contributing to normal collagen formation for normal blood vessel function. 
Turmeric helps support normal liver function and stimulates the production of the body's digestive juices.*
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study was conducted to evaluate the effects of daily intake of 70 mg curcumin compared with placebo for a period of 8 weeks. The results indicate that turmeric may support the liver by lowering liver fat content and possibly helping to lower serum levels such as total cholesterol.  Additionally, as a potent antioxidant, vitamin C helps protect cells from oxidative stress. 
Supports the function of the nervous system and contributes to mental well-being.*
Some studies also indicate that turmeric supports cognitive function by improving blood flow and supply of oxygen to the brain. A study with elderly participants investigated whether turmeric supplementation, while activating the brain through a dynamic grip exercise, could improve blood flow and blood volume in the brain. The changes in supply of oxygen to the brain and blood volume were higher in the turmeric group than in the placebo group.  The natural vitamin C also shows its effect in this regard: It contributes to normal nervous system function and normal mental function. 
full spectrum complex with turmeric and carefully selected complementary ingredients such as ginger, rosehip with natural vitamin C and vitamin D3
patented plant extracts developed based on scientific findings
powerful Curcugreen® turmeric extract with 95% curcuminoid complex for a high blood curcumin concentration lasting up to 8 hours
high quality GingerPro® ginger extract with 5% gingerols
700% higher potency than standard curcumin supplements and 600% higher potency than curcumin supplements with ordinary active enhancers
additionally improved natural potency and bioactivity due to the synergistic effects of the ingredients
100% natural and free of any impurities
vegan, gluten-free, lactose-free
Curcuma ProEliteX® is the best product for everyone who wants to experience optimal benefits from the advantages of the entire spectrum of ingredients of the turmeric root.
In addition, Curcuma ProEliteX® capsules are ideal for
people who want to strengthen and maintain their general health
people who want to prevent digestive tract complaints
people who want to support their immune system
people who are prone to colds, inflammations and allergies
people with high stress levels, e.g. as students, professionals or parents
people who smoke a lot and/or drink alcohol
people who are exceptionally active in sports
Curcumin has been eaten as an ingredient of turmeric spice for thousands of years. Some positive properties of turmeric go back to the fact that turmeric stimulates gastric acid. For sensitive people this can cause reflux. In this case, turmeric should be taken directly with a meal. Because of its fat-soluble property, meaning that it dissolves in fat or oil, it is advisable to take curcumin with a high-fat meal.
The European Food Safety Authority EFSA recommends that one should not consume more than 2 mg of curcumin per kilogram of body weight per day. According to the online portal verbraucherzentrale.de, pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid supplements containing turmeric. People suffering from gallstones should not take turmeric extracts.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Curcuma ProEliteX® capsules are also not recommended for children under 18 years of age or in cases of cholangitis, liver disease, gallstones and other diseases of the bile ducts. Individuals taking anticoagulants, anticancer drugs, immunosuppressants, or other medications should consult a physician.
*The health claims in relation to plant substances have not yet been conclusively evaluated. However, due to the number of studies, the efficacy described here can be sufficiently substantiated.
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1 capsule daily with a glass of water after a meal.
Curcuma Rhizome Extract with 95% Curcuminoids and 65% Curcumin (Curcuma longa L.), Coating Agent: Hydroxypropylmethyl Cellulose (capsule), Bulking Agent: Cellulose, Rosehip Fruit Extract (Rosa canina L.; 70% Vitamin C as L-ascorbic Acid), Ginger Rhizome Extract with 5% Gingerols (Zingiber officinale Roscoe), Anti Caking Agent: Cellulose, Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D)
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