BCM-95® (CURCUGREEN®)
COMPOSITION

OVER 18 YEARS OF MARKET LEADERSHIP WITH OVER 54 INTERNATIONAL PATENTS

ESSENTIAL OILS

Essential Oils are found naturally in turmeric rhizomes and have been often used for flavoring and coloring purposes. Essential Oils constitutes of various molecules such as ar-tumerone, α-tumerone, β-tumerone, etc.

These essential oils have been clinically proved to offer a wide array of health benefits including inflammatory and cellular. A study published in 2006 (H Kishida, et al, J Agric Food Chem 2006) suggested that the essential oil supported healthy blood glucose levels.

A study published in Food Chemistry 2012 (J Ling, et al.) used the essential oil to analyze its anti-hyperlipidaemic and antioxidant effect. Essential oils were shown to support healthy blood lipid levels. It also significantly suppressed oxidative reactions. The oils also prevented the damage of liver tissues induced by a high fat diet. On the basis of these observations, it was shown thatar-turmerone deserves further investigation as a natural agent for cellular health and prevention.

TURMERIC ROOT EXTRACT

“Curcumin” which is widely used in the research field is a molecule that is found in rhizome of turmeric plant.

Ar - turmerone

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Curcumin

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100%
Turmeric Extract

Besides curcumin, the rhizome consists of many other chemical constituents. To date, at least 235 compounds have been identified in turmeric. “Curcumin” which is widely used in the research field is a molecule that is found in rhizome of turmeric plant. Besides curcumin, the rhizome consists of many other chemical constituents. To date, at least 235 compounds have been identified in turmeric.

PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS

Over 300 diarylheptanoids have been identified from Zingiberaceae family, to which turmeric belongs.

These are the yellow pigments giving the characteristic color of turmeric. Typically commercial curcumin consist of 71.5% of curcumin, 19.5% of demethoxycurcumin and 9.1% of bis-demethoxycurcumin. Phenylpropenes, vanillic acid, and vanillin have also been identified in turmeric.

TERPENES

To date, at least 185 compounds of terpenes have been isolated from leaves, flowers, roots and rhizomes of turmeric.

Dried rhizomes usually yield about 1.5 to 5% of essential oils the components of which are responsible for the aromatic taste and smell. Ar-turmerone, alpha turmerone and beta- turmerone are the major sesquiterpenes in turmeric oil and these together accounts for about 40% of the essential oil.

TURMERIC RHIZOME

Over 300 diarylheptanoids have been identified from Zingiberaceae family, to which turmeric belongs.

Alcohol extractives – 14%
Curcuminoids (including curcumin) – 4.5%
Essential oils – 5%
Fixed oils – 4%
Resin – 3%
Fiber – 5.1% Protein – 10.1%
ds Starch – 52%

WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE
BCM-95® (CURCUGREEN®) ?

  • Most researched bio available curcumin in the world
  • Highest potency bioavailable turmeric extract
  • Over 18 years of market leadership
  • Safest bio available curcumin – 100% turmeric & 100% Natural
  • Over 53 international patents
  • Green Clean and traceable
  • Available in over 60 countries in over 300 formulations
  • Widest Range of Product variants
  • Proven and studied mechanism of action
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