This Organixx Turmeric 3D review is about exploring every dark and otherwise potentially insightful corner of the supplement.
With that in mind, we will look at everything from promotional materials to claims to beneficial ingredients to additives to even customer reviews, global success rates, and, of course, also pricing.
This Organixx Turmeric 3D Review To Explore Everything For Real
According to the manufacturer, Organixx Turmeric 3D is “the only 5-in-1 complete Turmeric supplement on the planet.” Per their words, it is “the most powerful, synergistic turmeric supplement on the market anywhere.” And it’s “the first-ever supplement in a new classification called ‘fermented botanicals.’ ” All of which sounds wonderful, of course [R].
As for the product page itself, it’s a classic Organixx. I mean, it’s the same kind of iconic style that they also do each of their other product pages.
And, well, let’s just say that it’s beyond overwhelming. Meaning, it’s smothering and absolutely drowning people in information. Even pages like those for Smarter Curcumin and PureNature Turmeric Curcumin (review) pale in comparison with this one.
It’s got just ridiculous amounts of information.
What I do, however, like is that they provide references to their statements. Thus, making the information traceable back to its source and easily verifiable (or not). To that end, it does kind of work as a persuasion tactic as well. I mean, they can’t be making stuff up as they go if they’re throwing references left and right, true?
Well, it would definitely seem that way. But that’s not the only marketing tactic they’re in for.
They utilize this notion of the more we buy right off the bat, the bigger discount we get. Then, there’s that whole one-year money-back guarantee. Then, also, customer reviews which really are just customer testimonials (they introduce us to the positive but not the negative).
They’re also using a badge that implies that there are 10,000+ 5-star reviews for Organixx. Which supposedly supports the credibility of the brand. But really that’s something just very smartly framed. I mean, I bet most manufacturers could use such a badge because it’s only focused on the good.
With at least three bottle supplies, we also get free shipping. Hence, even more savings, even more persuaded people. And then, there’s also what I believe is actually false scarcity. Meaning, they’re saying that they do the supplement in small batches and that we should hurry to buy before it runs out because, per their words, it’s getting bought out fast. Which I’m absolutely certain is there to just get people to take action. Classic marketing.
All in all, I feel that the Turmeric 3D’s product page is made to be very persuading. To that end, I bet it must be really great as far as sales go.
As for the benefits they promise, it’s pretty much an infinite number.
They focus primarily on five. Supporting healthy inflammation levels. Supporting healthy weight loss and weight management. Fostering healthy joints. Promoting a healthy heart. Enhancing and elevating mood. But, yes, that’s not all.
There are others we can catch on the page and sometimes in-between the lines like the ideas of the healthier immune system, better gut health, bone health, countering pain, slowing down and killing abnormal cells, protecting brain and nervous system health, enhancing sexual desire and function in both males and females, and, per their words, a whole lot more.
Surely, does the Organixx Turmeric 3D sounds like a Turmeric Curcumin supplement of the very top echelon, doesn’t it? But is it though?
Discussing Each Of Organixx’s Beneficial Ingredients One At A Time
With the Organixx Turmeric 3D ingredients, there’s an absolute ton to unpack. Because the supplement isn’t just about Turmeric. It combines within itself quite a number of ingredients, each of which I feel deserves a separate breakdown. But before we do. Let’s list those ingredients in their entirety.
So, per serving (two capsules) the supplement of this review offers 1000 milligrams of Turmeric 3D blend coupled with 5000 IU or 125 mcg of vitamin D3.
Whereas the Turmeric 3D blend consists of Fermented Organic Turmeric (rhizome), Organic KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Extract, Organic ParActin Andrographis Paniculata Leaf Extract (Bioactive 14-Neo-Andro Compound), and Fermented Organic Ginger.
Thus, there are five separate ingredients that need further discussion. What needs even more discussion is that all of those that aren’t Turmeric are said to improve Turmeric’s capacity. But is that really the case? We’ll get into all of that.
Truly Fermented Turmeric Over Turmeric Augmented With Black Pepper Or Piperine?
I guess the biggest question about the Turmeric part of the supplement is whether or not it can live up to what they claim is true for fermented Turmeric? Namely, that it’s more capable than the Curcuminoids and Piperine combination, as well as that it’s just more beneficial and well-rounded in its benefits in every way.
I’m fully aware that I may be missing something. And the fact that Organixx doesn’t actually list the references they have used for the information they provide (they only have numbers for the supposed references) doesn’t make it any easier. However, I’m fairly confident it’s not as great as they paint it to be.
Sure, it seems that fermented Turmeric has its advantages. It certainly seems that it’s more capable in certain aspects of the game. But to say that fermentation improves the power of Turmeric MORE than Black Pepper does to me seems a bit far fetched [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
It’s like comparing Mercedes S-Class with something like the Porche Panamera GTS. The former is clearly the favorite if we prioritize comfort but the latter is a must if we utmost value sportiness instead. Neither of the cars is bad. They’re great cars. But each takes the driving experience at its own angle. And the same I feel is true here.
I’m not disputing that the fermented option may be easier on gastrointestinal issues and prescription medications. But I certainly wouldn’t call it a huge risk as they do. Sure, it may interfere with some aspects of toxin elimination from the body but they themselves mention the following as well. It’s only a risk if there’s too much of it and, as far as I know, none of the Piperine containing supplements I’ve reviewed quite go that road (the way I see it, it’s far more likely to overconsume it through food) [R, R, R, R].
Furthermore, in all this, they somehow forget to mention that Piperine itself is a very capable antioxidant. Somehow they forget to mention that it can bring quite a number of significant gains as well, including ensuring better digestion [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Plus, as far as I know, there are no studies that prove Curcuminoids coupled with Piperine have lower overall bioavailability than fermented Turmeric. In fact, some resources say that Fermented Turmeric is only 1.5 times stronger than regular Turmeric powder. Which would mean it doesn’t compare favorably at all. So, it has other advantages but it clearly isn’t 100% the superior alternative [R, R].
And Organixx themselves kind of agree with that. As they put it, “As it turns out, by fermenting turmeric, its active constituents can be drawn out and made more potent in a way similar to, and potentially even greater than, black pepper.” Note that they don’t say that it’s the better approach (indicated quite clearly by the word “potentially”) [R].
So, in of itself, it’s different but not clearly better.
Does The Ashwagandha Part Somehow Further Enhance All Aspects Of The Yellow Spice?
The particular type of Ashwagandha at our hands with this Organixx Turmeric 3D is the Organic KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Extract. It’s a patented form of the thing and arguably the most beneficial, certified, clinically studied unique version of the herb out there. I mean, the care they take in developing it is pretty busted [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
And with that, there are quite a few gains associated with the consumption of it.
It can help reduce stress, anxiety, and food cravings, promote endurance and muscle recovery, imbue anti-cancer properties, enhance memory and cognitive ability, fight depression, lower blood sugar levels, triglycerides, and cholesterol levels, improve sexual performance, as well as it can be a massive help in combating inflammation [R, R, R, R].
That being said, as far as I’m aware, it doesn’t really directly contribute to the effectiveness and absorption of Turmeric (Curcuminoids). And we don’t find Organixx claiming that either.
So, it’s a great substance. Very beneficial and stuff. It definitely augments everything in terms of gains just by being there. But, the way I see it, not an absolutely necessary part of a Turmeric Curcumin supplement.
Does The ParActin Andrographis Paniculata Contribute Directly To Turmeric’s Capability?
The ParActin Andrographis Paniculata Leaf Extract is another extremely capable herb that comes in a patented form. It has been researched quite a bit. It has been taken quite some time to develop, and it’s something extremely beneficial in many ways [R].
Its primary undertaking is anti-inflammation. But it can also promote joint and bone health, improve cartilage health, enhance recovery after exercise and muscle function, combat cancer, diabetes, influenza, high blood pressure, liver and kidney problems, allergies, as well as other benefits that foster immune function including the display of anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
That said, again, there isn’t anything in particular that makes this a necessary companion for a Turmeric Curcumin supplement. As far as I can tell, Curcuminoids or other beneficial compounds in Turmeric do not rely in a specific way on the presence of this to improve its capacity.
Yes, this is a very powerful and helpful substance to battle inflammation but that’s about as close to Turmeric as it gets.
How Does Organic Ginger Play Into All Of It? Does It Make Turmeric More Turmeric?
Organic Ginger is something that finally does have a true impact on how well Turmeric and the compounds within it perform in terms of the health benefits. Plus, it’s an incredibly helpful substance on its own as well.
It primarily helps through improving gut health. And that’s how we get those improvements to Turmeric. But this is not only and solely specific to this one herb. I mean, it pretty much does that to any substance we’re combining it with [R, R, R, R, R, R].
Apart from that, Ginger is also great for relieving joint and muscle pain, promoting brain function, fostering heart health, maintaining healthy blood sugar levels, inhibiting cancer growth, displaying anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, as well as assisting with flu, colds, nausea, menstrual pains, stomach ulcers, Arthritis-related pain, diarrhea, and asthma among other stuff [R, R, R, R, R, R].
So, consume it with supplements. Get it in the raw form. Add it to your teas and food. It’s a great, beneficial, awesome thing.
And 5000 IU Of Vitamin D3 Is The Ideal Thing To Finish Off The Formula?
They reason this by saying that the vitamin D levels in their supplement are designed to not just help people land somewhere below the normal vitamin D range. No, with this, per their words, the goal is to assist people to get into the optimal range for this specific vitamin to ensure proper immune system support. Which sounds really great, right? Well, in complete isolation, maybe. Here’s what I mean.
The serving of 5000 IU is a lot. It should only ever be taken by someone whose vitamin D levels are less than optimal. So, as far as that goes, it sounds okay. However, what if we’re also taking a multivitamin or any other supplement that pretty much makes the daily amount of vitamin D with supplements to be 7000 IU or upwards of that [R, R]?
For some time, that might be okay. Especially if we’re deficient in terms of that nutrient. But what if we’re not? I mean, not 100% of people are.
Then, it can take us from helpful to harmful pretty fast. Furthermore, what if we already have optimal or close to optimal levels of the vitamin?
Well, then this supplement may (and I stress that) be only somewhat okay to go for if we’re not taking any other supplement that brings vitamin D to the table.
But, then, still, it’s not a supplement that we could take every single day for the rest of our lives. Because there is such a thing as overdosing on vitamin D, and 5000 IU is universally agreed to be too high for just maintenance. And, boy, can overforcing it be detrimental [R, R, R, R, R].
Or here’s to recap it all. Being deficient or at least somewhat deficient with the vitamin is a necessary prerequisite for using the Organixx Turmeric 3D safely.
So, yes, initially, 5000 IU or 125 mcg of vitamin D may sound awesome and helpful. But really it’s not. It’s much easier to add the necessary amounts of the nutrient through a separate stand-alone vitamin D supplement depending on our exact actual needs than it is to need to work around a supplement that at some point will inevitably provide too much of the thing for us to keep using it.
I mean, they’re trying to push forward this notion of them being incredibly thoughtful and aware when I would say it’s not the case at all. Plus, those additions of Ashwagandha and ParActin Andrographis Paniculata emphasize this same point. Because they insist on them being paramount to a Turmeric Curcumin supplements when neither of their properties strictly empower any aspect of Turmeric specifically.
And That’s Not All. What About This Whole Notion Of Black Pepper?
I feel here’s something they are intelligent enough to elude skillfully from going in on. But I won’t. Here’s the thing.
The Organixx Turmeric 3D preys on this notion of Black Pepper and Piperine being not good for us. They really push this notion that it can harm our gut health, and hence, they created this awesome Turmeric Curcumin supplement. But if Black Pepper (Piperine) is so bad and pretty much the villain in all this, what about Curcumin formulations that don’t use the substance to improve Curcuminoids absorbability?
I mean, they talk like Piperine is the only means of improving Curcumin absorption. But it’s not.
There are at least half a dozen of patented Curcumin formulations (BCM-95, Meriva, LongVida, Novasol, CurcuWin, Cavacurmin) that doesn’t use a trace of Black Pepper to improve absorption. Furthermore, all of these are more capable than Black Pepper. Moreover, the way I see it, either one of them blows this fermented Curcumin out of the water completely [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
This is why there are a few statements on its product page that I find incredibly deceitful.
For example, per their words, other supplement manufacturers have tried unsuccessfully to bring about and fully unlock Turmeric’s true potential. Because, as they put it, they have always lacked this one key element to make that happen but Organixx has found the key. Furthermore, they emphasize that they are using this key ingredient in their Turmeric 3D supplement to deliver the full power of Turmeric. But this just isn’t true in the context of those patented Curcumin formulations.
Additionally, they also brag about this synergistic mix (that all of these ingredients together create) to be the makings of the most bioavailable Turmeric Curcumin product. I mean, they put it much more skillfully than that but I believe this is exactly what any typical human being would draw from the statements they make. And it sounds wonderful from a marketing perspective.
I mean, it may be a unique combination of things but calling this fermented Turmeric the most bioavailable form possible I believe is a bit over the top, to say the least. I mean, I feel this is an ignorant, full-on marketing-oriented BS due to the same reasons above. There are at least half a dozen Curcumin formulations that would very much disagree that the form of Turmeric the supplement of this review uses is more bioavailable than they are.
And I would absolutely join them in that revelation.
I Believe It Does It Very Right When It Comes To The Additives
I’ve seen a ton of supplements getting this rather basic aspect wrong. It’s not so common with Turmeric Curcumin stuff, I mean, we still find supplements that don’t use the most optimal additives, like Qunol Liquid Turmeric. But that’s far less common than, say, with multivitamins.
As for the Organixx Turmeric 3D supplement, it’s very simplistic in this regard.
It uses only one additive. It’s basically just there so that they would have a capsule to put all of that beneficial stuff in.
And with that goal in mind, I absolutely approve of their choice.
This is the quality approach as far as this aspect goes.
As Far As Customer Reviews, So Far So Good But A Bit Too Early To Tell
Now, I feel it’s finally time to look at how well this is performing in according to customer reviews.
As I did already touch upon, the product page contains only testimonials that are disguised as 5-star Organixx Turmeric 3D reviews. And with that in mind, I don’t see them as being particularly valuable if we’re after the truth.
Even more so, because supplement manufacturers frequently have unrealistically good feedback on their product pages. Qunol Liquid Turmeric (review), Stop Aging Now Curcumin2K (review), and NatureWise Curcumin (review) are just some examples of that.
Hence, it all comes down to what we can find by all other sellers and retailers online regarding this. But sadly, that’s not much.
Altogether I managed to find only 67 Organixx Turmeric 3D reviews total. Of these, every single one, except a single 5-star, was posted on Amazon. Yeah, not exactly a well-reviewed thing this Turmeric 3D.
Of the feedback I did find, 57 were five-star, seven were 4-star, and, then, one for 3-star, 2-star, 1-star each. On that note, while I feel it’s too early to say anything about global success rates, we might potentially be looking 97.0% success rate. Which is a really high one.
As for the rather low rating count, I feel that might be because this product is rather new. I mean, as far as I can tell, previously a different version of it existed. It was a 6-IN-1 supplement (with slightly different ingredients) instead of a 5-IN-1 what it now is. So, it’s very new to the market and time will probably tell the actual success rate.
To Review Pricing, I Don’t Think It’s That Great Of A Deal
Now, turning our sights to another practical aspect of things, we have pricing and all that relates to it. The mere negative reviews of Organixx Turmeric 3D didn’t really touch this aspect. But does that mean that it’s a good deal?
A container of 30 servings has the basic price of $54.95. But we can get a better deal three or six containers right off the bat. Thus, we could say that the typical price of this is $49.46 (that’s what a bundle of three containers cost). Hence, it’s about $1.65 per serving.
Now, for the sake of objective comparing reasons, we typically have a common reference point that we can measure the supplements against. But with Organixx Turmeric 3D, we don’t really have that since it doesn’t really provide a study or anything of that sorts that could help determine its improved bioavailability over 95% Curcuminoids (which is the typical reference point when it comes to Turmeric Curcumin supplements).
I mean, there are some speculations as to how much more effective it could be. But those aren’t exactly promising. Furthermore, I wouldn’t bet too hard on them. Hence, I think we’ll just have to assume that it’s as capable as 1000 milligrams of 95% Curcuminoids with Black Pepper (although I’m willing to bet that fermented Turmeric is actually considerably weaker than that) [R, R].
So, how does it compare to supplements like that?
Not too great. Very bad, actually. For example, put it against something like the Me First Living Turmeric Curcumin (review). It costs about 89.8 cents per 1000 milligrams of 95% Curcuminoids.
I mean, sure, it doesn’t add Ashwagandha, Ginger, and whatnot, but it’s a proper Turmeric with Black Pepper and third-party testing.
Hence, we never have to worry about any such warnings on the bottom of the container (as reported by one customer) that the product can expose us to lead.
And then, compare it to something like the Nutrigold Turmeric Curcumin Gold (review). Not only it has all of what Me First Living has, but also it’s got a ton of third-party certifications, and it costs 61.3 cents. In other words, it’s almost three times cheaper than the Organixx thing.
But, realistically, there are even more capable options available that take advantage of patented Curcumin formulations like the NutriCology CurcuWIN (review). Hence, even more value for the price.
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This 3D Thing May Be Something To Consider But Definitely Not The Best
The way I see it, the Organixx Turmeric 3D in many ways is more like the Terry Naturally Curamin Extra Strength (review) than a supplement having Turmeric at its core coupled with substances that augment the herb’s capacity. Which is something I feel it tries to paint itself to be.
Overall, is the supplement something I feel is the best, most superior, most sophisticated option there is?
No, not at all. I mean, sure, it compiles capable substances and, to that extent, it may be considered sophisticated. But is it clearly the best option out there for a Turmeric Curcumin supplement? God, no.
It takes a rather unconventional approach to what is most the most frequently encountered option. It has its pros. But I’m not even entirely convinced it’s the superior option overall when compared to a high-quality Curcuminoids plus Black Pepper option.
I mean, I would take the Nutrigold Turmeric Curcumin Gold (full in-depth review) or the Youtheory Extra Strength Turmeric (full in-depth review) any time of the day over this supplement. But I’ve also done the research and here’s what I believe is the absolute best one (full review), both in terms of the best ingredients and best price.
Above all, I hope this Organixx Turmeric 3D review helped you find the information you were looking for. Do you like how the supplement is built? Is this something you would prefer over the other options? Let me know below.