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Joint & Immune Health | Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95

Turmeric has been historically used and trusted in Medicine for hundreds of years for its potential benefits to your Body and Brain. This accounts for why Turmeric has become popular in the Supplement industry as well lately. Curcumin found in Turmeric is especially beneficial for its Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant-rich properties and many other benefits. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals has harnessed this medicinal power of Turmeric in the form of their newest Supplement, Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95. And what's even more impressive about Turmeric 95 compared to other Turmeric Supplements, Turmeric 95 has been standardized to a very potent 95% Curcuminoids. However, your body doesn't effectively absorb Curcumin, which is where the other ingredient of Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95 comes in, Bioperine Black Pepper Extract. Bioperine is a natural Black Pepper Extract that helps boost the absorption of Curcumin so that you can get the most out of your Turmeric Supplement! So if you're looking for the most potent and effective Turmeric Supplement on the market right now, you won't regret trying Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95! 

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95 Benefits

  • Helps Improve Eye Health
  • Helps Promote Healthy Joints
  • Improves Body Responses After Exercise
  • Helps Improve Immune System Health & Function
  • Standardized to 95% Curcuminoids 
  • Increases Antioxidant Supply
  • Black Pepper Extract Helps Absorption

How Do I Take Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95?

Take as a dietary Supplement. Hi-Tech recommends taking two (2) Tablets twice a day with Meals. 

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95 Ingredients


Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Turmeric 95 Side Effects & Warnings

Keep out of direct light and out of the reach of children. Do not exceed recommended dose.


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