Every aspect of producing Turmeron Joint is performed in Japan. The fields growing the White Turmeric are located in pristine farm areas where every phase of growth is monitored.
The manufacturing of Turmeron Joint is done by a large Japanese nutraceutical company whose production techniques meet or exceed ISO, GLP, GMP and FDA standards. Additionally, each batch of extract is tested for heavy metals, pesticides and other contaminants. No batch is released if any detectable amounts of these contaminants has been observed.
We grow very unique Japanese turmeric on our farm in Kyushu.
A Japanese patent ensures that we are the only one who can grow this turmeric.
Our turmeric is harvested once a year. We plant its rhizome at the end of March every year and harvest the plant in November. During this time, we monitor its growth and sample the leaves and rhizome 4 times during the growing period to check its active content.
The active concentration will gradually increase as the plant grows. We monitor its growth together with Kindai University.
Effective for a reason.
Turmeron is the only supplement that can control inflammation and unwanted synovial membrane growth.
Our Japanese patent was granted as:
“Inhibition agent of synovial membrane growth”.
Effective. Without Unwanted Side Effects.
Osteoarthritis is a very common disease worldwide. Typically, 20 to 25% of the population will be affected and more women suffer than men.
Standard treatment options according to the American Academy for Orthopedic Surgeons guidelines include:
- administration of non- selective non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
- cyclooxygenase 2 inhibitors (COX-2)
- corticosteroid intraarticular injections
- topical NSAIDs
- and finally joint replacements for advanced cases. (Recently intraarticular PRP injections have been tried)
The developers of Turmeron Joint have spent more than 17 years using natural plant breeding techniques in order to maximize the concentration of active biochemical compounds found in turmeric.
They determined that these active compounds, known as labdanes, are found in most varieties of turmeric, but in very low quantities. Their efforts have resulted in a unique type of Curcuma longa plant that has significantly higher concentrations of these molecules in their roots. When extracted, using proprietary methods, they are made available in clinically meaningful amounts in the Turmeron Joint.
Professor Komai, Kindai University and a team of botanists and phytochemists identified the active ingredients required to make a difference in the relief of Osteoarthritis. The labdane type diterpenes were developed over a 17-year natural plant breeding procedure which was focused one thing — joint pain relief. The result is Tumeron Joint.
The process is proprietary and has earned a Japanese Patent.