20 May 2021 | News
It is rich in effective Labdanes that assist the body to rebuild worn-out and overused joint components in the knees, hips, and fingers
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Turmeron International, the manufacturer, and distributor of Turmeron Joint, has launched the food-grade joint supplement in Singapore (and Asia). Featuring their proprietary ingredient, Shiro-Ukon also known as Japanese White Turmeric, Turmeron Joint, is an all-natural, vegan, non-GMO, and gluten-free food supplement.
It is rich in effective Labdanes that assist the body to rebuild worn-out and overused joint components in the knees, hips, and fingers. The main active component, the Labdane-type Diterpene, is found in levels up to 100 times higher than the common yellow turmeric.
Turmeron Joint was first launched in Japan in 2015, subsequently in North America (2019) and recently in Singapore. Shipping services will be available from Singapore to all countries in Asia. Patented in Japan and FDA-registered, Turmeron Joint is manufactured in Japan with pharmaceutical-grade production.
The patents ensured the exclusive farming of the Japanese White Turmeric plants in Kyushu, by Turmeron International. Harvested once yearly in November, the rhizome (root) is planted at the end of March each year. During this time, the growth is closely monitored with samples of its leaves and rhizome checked four times for its active content, which increases gradually with growth. This is done together with specialists at the prefectural medicinal plant institute. Where necessary, the plants are given nutrients to ensure active production.
When the active content, labdane type diterpenes reaches to predetermined level and its activity to inhibit synovium growth is confirmed by the Kindai University laboratory, the rhizome is harvested and prepared for extraction. The extract is then analysed for its purity and activity level and is released for capsulation process using certified materials. All the production processes are done at ISO, GMP or FDA certified factories.