What is the difference between the New Enfla-Mend Px and the Original Enfla-Mend Px?
The new Enfla-Mend Px contains seven more times more curcuminoids and 80 mg of certified organic turmerones than the original formula. The new Enfla-Mend Px is delivered in a liquid capsule rather than a dry capsule. The new formula also has certified organic premium extracts and uses carbon dioxide extraction of lipophilic compounds made in Germany.
What is the difference between New Enfla-Mend Px and Triple Turmeric Px?
New Enfla-Mend Px contains 1.5 more times curcuminoids and 4 times more certified organic turmerones than Triple Turmeric Px. The new formula also has certified organic premium extracts and uses carbon dioxide extraction of lipophilic compounds made in Germany. It uses certified organic sunflower lecithin standardized to 20% phosphocholine versus conventionally grown soy lecithin used in Triple Turmeric.
Why was Meriva® removed from the New Enfla-Mend Px formula?
We designed a formula that has higher curcuminoids per gram while maintaining the same excellent intestinal permeability as Meriva®. In addition, we made it cleaner by using certified organic phospholipids and certified organic curcumin essential oils rather than conventionally made lecithin that is extracted with hexane.
Has an Intestinal Permeability Study been performed?
Independent Pharmaceutical laboratory testing done at Charles River Laboratories in Massachusetts showed that the Restorative Formulations curcumin mixed in with the essential oils and black pepper had the same exact absorption rate as Meriva®.1
Why was Boswellia removed from the New Enfla-Mend Px formula?
Boswellia is made from trees that are currently being overharvested and at risk of becoming endangered. Restorative Formulations does not use any ingredients that pose such environmental risks.
Why were California Poppy, Quercitin and Reservatrol removed from the New Enfla-Mend Px formula?
We believe it is most efficacious to focus on using the herbs with the highest impact on calming inflammatory processes.
1. McLellan, Alex. Comparison of Two Commercial Preparations of Curcumin using the Caco-2 in vitro Assay of Human Intestinal Permeability. Journal of Restorative Medicine, Volume 7, Number 1, 1 December 2018, pp. 1-8(8)