Benefits of Dennkur

Curcumin holds a high place in Aurvedic Medicine as a "Detoxifier of the Body," and today, science has documented serval diseased conditions that can be healed by the active ingredients of turmeric. Curcumin has been found to have Anti-oxident, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal and Analgesic properties, besides being an Anti-allergic and Antiseptic.

Benefits of Dennkur Herbal Tablets:-

Natural Anti-bacterial Agent :-

Helps systemic infections by acting on the bacteria that cause the infections of the respiratory, circulatory and digestive systems.

Natural Anti-inflammatory Agent :-

It helps the body fight foreign invaders and also has a role in reparing damage.

Relief from Joint Pain (Arthritis) :-

Arthritis is a common discorder characterized by joint inflammation. Many studies show that curcumin can help treat symptoms of arthritis and is in some cases more effective than anti-inflammatory drugs.

Effective in Treating Cold & Cough :-

Curcumin serves as an anti-inflammatory agent and also possess anti-bacterial and viral action. These properties aid in treatment of bacterial and viral infections such as cough and cold. The anti-inflammatory action of curcumin aids in relieving the chest.

100% Sugar Free :-

Dennkur is 100% Sugar Free & hence can be used by patients suffering with Diabetes.

Potential Curative effect against Various Diseases :-

Safe, non-toxic and effective alternative for many conventional drugs due to its distingushed therapeutic properties and multiple effects on various systems of the human body. Multiple studies have shown that curcumin can reduce the groeth of cancerous cells in the laboratory and inhibit the growth of tumours.

Prevents Plaque Formation :-

prevents adherence of Streptococcus Mutans to the gums and tooth surface, thereby preventing Plaque formation and inhibiting dental Caries.

Helps eliminate bacteria responsible for bad breath, dental caries, gingivitis and periodontitis :-

Dennkur slowly dissolves in mouth giving the longer contact time for the local action on the floor of the mouth. As it dissovles and mixes with the saliva, it penetrates at all the places in the oral cavity that house bacteria thus reducing the bacterial load in the oral cavity. It is more effective as compared to mouthwash.

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♦ What is the History of Curcumin and Tumeric?

Turmeric is an ancient spice and a traditional remedy, known world over for thousands of years. It's health benefits have been described in the traditional Indian ayurvedic and chinese medicine largely because of its proven efficacy in treating conditions with inflammation. These ancient civilizations have vast experience with many different herbal remedies and food preparations and they selected "turmeric" as a food additive and a major tool for medicinal use based on efficacy. Since 1900 BC numerous therapeutic activities have been assigned to turmeric for a wide variety of diseases and conditions, including those of the skin, pulmonary, and gastro-intestinal systems, aches, pains, wounds and disorders. Marco polo, writing about his travels in china, described turmeric in the 13th century: The high degree of reverence for turmeric is established by the fact that it is used in many cultures, each having its own name for the spice: chinese wong geung fun, yĆ¼ chiu. Finnish keltajuuri french curcuma saffron des indes german gelbwurz, kurkuma italian curcuma tumeric indian haldee japanese ukon circumin russian zholty imbir. Curcumin is the principle constituent of turmeric (almost 80-85 %).