Frequently asked questions
What are the Ingredients in TurmeriX?
Turmeric, true cinnamon, stevia leaf, coconut powder, black pepper, sodium bicarbonate, green tea, kelp, ascorbic acid, fennel, vanilla, aniseed, ginger, clove and cardamon.
Is TurmeriX Organic?
We source the highest grade turmeric with the highest grade curcumin percentage possible; however, we do not have organic certification.
Is TurmeriX Gluten and Dairy Free, non-GMO and/or Vegan?
Yes, our product is 100% guaranteed to be vegan, dairy and gluten free, and non-GMO.
How much Turmeric is in the TurmeriX formula?
Well over 60% of our product is Turmeric.
What are the recommend uses of TurmeriX powder?
• Provide antioxidants that help fight the oxidative effect of free radicals
• Provides antioxidants that help protect the cell against oxidative cell damage caused by free radicals
• An antioxidant that decreases the adverse effects of free radicals on normal physiological functions
• An antioxidant that helps to reduce free radicals.
• Used in Herbal Medicine to aid digestion
• Used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve flatulent dyspepsia (carminative)
• Used in Herbal Medicine as a hepatoprotectant/ liver protectant
• Used in Herbal Medicine as an anti-inflammatory.
Where does the Turmeric come from?
We source the turmeric from the Kerala region of India where they have been mastering the production of turmeric for over
4000 years. We only use turmeric which is steamed, not irradiated.
Many websites talk about Cancer and Alzheimer's being 'cured' or 'eased' by using Turmeric
There are too many companies pushing false hope to sell products. While the science is exploring turmeric with interest, everybody is different and will have different results because we all have our own unique biology. Here at
TurmeriX we will let others speculate around what it “might do” and here we focus on what it “Can Do”.
Where is TurmeriX Made?
Mixed and made in Melbourne, Australia with both imported and Australian ingredients.
Can you have TurmeriX if pregnant or breastfeeding?
The short answer is no. Seek advice from your trusted medical professional if you want to take TurmeriX during this time.