The Living Force
Meanderthal said:Hi folks,
Attending a recent MindBodySpirit exhibition in Melbourne, Australia I picked up some turmeric blended product upon viewing the companys' website and being highly impressed with
1. the rawness of a dozen off-the-street type short video testimonials of far reaching early benefits:
2. a compelling(to me) article by Dr Andrew Weil on the same site starting of with:
Why Plants Are (Usually) Better Than Drugs
I have always been fascinated by the difference between plants and the drugs that are isolated from them. This goes back to my student days at Harvard in the 1960s, where I received my undergraduate degree in botany, and then went on to medical school. It’s rare — too rare, I have to say — for botanists to become doctors. The experience gave me a unique perspective on health and medicine. ....
Hopefully a little serendipity plays out well with this as just before a neighbour I had not spoken to for over 6 months was pleading with me for emotional support over a severe onset of arthritis making driving a car a very painful activity and family wranglings in that mix that I thought I offloaded my being meshed in with back then. struth. On a lighter side, the day prior I was admiring a very rare visit from a bright green lorikeet in my yard.. only to turn my head for a few puffs and whammo the best horizontal dive bombing on the side of my face of a clear liquid as it quietly whoosed by a foot over my noggin. so much for staring at a cutie sharp shooter.
I will factor in the really good information from this board and look to put a comment in the product review page in the sott forum in about a months time as I and others I know hopefully try out this turmerix product.
Hi Meanderthal , please take it for what it's worth but your post reads a bit like a product advertisement and with prices starting at $80 the product is actually very expensive. I was wondering what qualities of it would justify such a high price? In my experience organic turmeric can be purchased at a fraction of that price.
The list of ingredients on the company website is: "Turmeric, and the X Factor Blend including Cinnamon, Coconut Powder, the essential Black Pepper, Green Tea, Liquorice, Kelp, Fennel, Vanilla, Aniseed, Caraway, Ginger, Clove, Cardamon and more." I must say I do wonder what that "and more" is. The listed herbs can be purchased separately and mixed together at a much lower price.
It would be helpful if you could share what specific qualities make this product worth the high price so we can look into it :)