Turmeric Brainwave

Our mind is constantly being stimulated by the fast-paced energy of modern life, however this can leave us feeling unfocussed and struggling to spark those brainwaves. Turmeric Brainwave helps the mind to break through the noise of modern life, restoring our concentration and motivation. Whether you're suffering from exam stress, work demands, poor memory or succumbing to age, Pukka's incredible blend of herbs including Brahmi can help you meet challenges head on.

Brahmi and Gotu Kola are two of Ayurveda's supreme rejuvenators of the mind. They enhance circulation to help improve memory, learning ability and concentration. They also help create an illuminating sense of calm, keeping you level-headed.

Pukka’s organic Turmeric Brainwave uses a unique extraction process to obtain Wholistic™ Turmeric which retains all 200+ active compounds. This ensures a powerful, concentrated extract that maximises the synergistic benefits.

Read Marin’s article to find out more about the science behind our Wholistic™ extraction.

Each daily serving (2 capsules) gives you 20% NRV of iodine:
Iodine contributes to normal cognitive function and energy-yielding metabolism.

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Part of the Turmeric range

Turmeric is one of our herbal superheroes. The potential benefits of this vibrant root for our own wellbeing are vast, so we’ve created the Turmeric family to inspire your get up and go!

Dietary information

  • Organic
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Wheat free
  • Gluten free
  • Dairy free
  • Added sugar free
  • Soya free

Frequently asked questions

  • What is a wholistic extract?

    The Pukka Wholistic extracts are very broad spectrum concentrates that have captured the widest possible array of extractable plant components. That is why they are truly W-holistic.

    Technically, the extracts are a blend of the non-polar fat soluble plant compounds extracted through the powerful CO2 extraction process, with the polar, water soluble components extracted through hydro-ethanol extraction or water extraction. For more detail on the science behind the wholistic extracts please read our article.

  • What is the curcumin content of Pukka Wholistic Turmeric capsules?

    The curcumin content is at 12.5%, which delivers 155mg curcumin per maximum daily dose. Rather than offering a 95% curcumin that excludes many of the other valuable compounds, such as the volatile oils, we offer a whole spectrum Wholistic Turmeric.

    Find out what wholist stands for here.

    To find out more about Turmeric click here.

  • Is curcumin the same as turmeric?

    Curcumin is the powerful yellow pigment naturally present in the turmeric root that gives it its yellow colour and is responsible for many of its amazing benefits. However, curcumin is only one of around 200 natural bioactive compounds found in turmeric; its essential oils are also vital for its deep earthy and nourishing aroma too.

    Interestingly, another name for turmeric, curcuma, is believed to have come from ‘kurkum’, which is the Persian-Arabic word for saffron. In medieval Europe turmeric was known as Indian Saffron, as it was often used as a more affordable substitute. Buddhist monks used to dye their robes a bright yellow using an infusion made from this plant’s roots. 

  • Can you overdose on turmeric?

    We always provide a safe maximum dosage on all Pukka products to ensure that you gain the maximum benefit without any complications. Our Turmeric Gold tea can be enjoyed and drunk freely throughout the day (just be careful not to spill this one on any white clothing…). And, don’t worry, it won’t stain your teeth. However, if you have any concerns or worries we would always suggest you seek the professional advice of a qualified practitioner. 

  • Where is Pukka turmeric grown?

    Pukka turmeric is grown in Karnataka and Maharashtra, two neighbouring states in the West of India. Many of our turmeric farmers also grow ginger, and in some regions they grow it as an intercrop with tulsi, sugar cane and kapikacchu (Mucuna pruriens, a medicinal legume that climbs up the sugarcane). In India alone, approximately 140,000 hectares of land are used for growing turmeric (that’s an area just smaller than the whole of Greater London).

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