One of the things that I love about being Indian is that we’re really into our natural remedies, and I’m all about the natural life. Turmeric is a popular natural remedy in India, so when I came across these turmeric capsules by Hyperbolic Nutrition I had to try them!
This post reviews the new Hyperbolic Nutrition Turmeric Capsules, whether it helped to calm my acne, health benefits of turmeric and also the things to be wary of when taking turmeric. If you want to try the capsules yourself, feel free to use my code ESL1 for £10 off any Hyperbolic Nutrition product!
Benefits of Turmeric
Turmeric can be used to help problems such as:
- digesting fats
- reducing gas and bloating
- decreasing congestion
- improved skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne
- inflammatory bowel diseases
- lowering cholesterol
- protecting the heart
- relieving indigestion
- improving liver function
- preventing Alzheimer’s disease
- inhibiting cancer cell growth
Basically, it’s darn good for you. Turmeric can be mixed with milk or water, but to be honest it doesn’t taste great. That’s why I decided to try these capsules.
Hyperbolic Nutrition: Turmeric Capsules Review
Hyperbolic Nutrition kindly sent over their new turmeric capsules for me to try for 2 weeks. The capsules also contain ginger, black pepper and cinnamon which are all great ingredients to improve health (health benefits in a table below). Here are the benefits of the product listed on the packaging:
I took these tablets to help with my acne. I’ve recently been taking medicine which has made my skin flare up. In the Indian culture, turmeric face masks are a popular cure for acne, evening out skin tone and lightening skin tone. I’ve tried these masks before, although they’re great, they leave a yellow tinge on your face and I’m not planning on going out looking like a Simpson. So these capsules avoid that problem and you can just pop them in your mouth whenever you like.
Over the past 2 weeks I’ve noticed that my skin has calmed down and I’ve had less breakouts, which is fab!
There is one thing that slightly concerns me about this product though. This company recommends taking the capsules 2 to 4 times a day; however turmeric can actually thin the blood which is dangerous. If you’re taking a blood thinner or if you have diabete’s, it’s probably best to avoid turmeric. Also, if you take turmeric for a very long period of time or overdose, it can cause stomach upset so just be careful.
Benefits of Ginger, Black Pepper & Cinnamon
If you try this product let me know how it goes. And remember to use my code ESL1 for £10 off your purchase!