WHAT IS SPICEOFEN?
SPICEOFEN is a powder blend of Turmeric (Alleppey Double Strength), Cinnamon (Ceylon, True), Ginger, Paprika (Sweet Noble), Cloves, and Black Pepper.

Over the centuries, all of these spices have traditionally been used as alternative remedies to help with a range of symptoms.

SPICEOFEN IS 100% VEGAN.

Please note that Spiceofen is classed as a ‘food’ and should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Turmeric

Turmeric

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Ginger

Ginger

POWDER vs CAPSULES?

powder vs capsules

HOW TO TAKE SPICEOFEN

Directions:

  1. Mix 1 teaspoon (5g) of Spiceofen in a cup with a small amount of water (about 50ml) and stir well
  2. Half-fill or fill the cup with a flavoured or sweetened plant milk (e.g. soya, rice, oat, hemp, coconut, almond, cashew, hazelnut), and stir well
  3. Alternatively, Spiceofen can be mixed in a smoothie, protein shake, or in a savoury drink such as tomato juice or V8 Juice
  4. Drink the Spiceofen mixture (plant milk/smoothie/protein shake/vegetable juice)
  5. Follow this by drinking at least one cup, or preferably two cups, of water
  6. Take 1-3 times a day. If symptoms are severe, take up to 5 times a day
  7. Always take before food

Spiceofen

ABOUT

Spiceofen was formulated by Neil Robinson, the first vegan professional footballer on the planet. Neil played all his football career as a vegetarian and the last 10 years of his professional career as a vegan. Neil has been vegan since 1980.

During his football career, Neil had five operations, two of which were to remove the medial meniscus from both knees which, in latter years, left him with osteo-arthritis in his knees.

Neil Robinson
Disclaimer:
There are currently no known side-effects with this formulation of Spiceofen other than you may experience mild diarrhoea.
The information contained on this website should not be treated as medical or dietary advice, so please always do your own research and consult with your GP prior to taking, especially if you are: pregnant, breastfeeding, have any underlying medical conditions, under medical supervision, or taking any prescription medication.
If you have gallstones or are susceptible to kidney stones you may want to moderate your turmeric consumption.
Do not exceed stated dose.
ALLERGY WARNING: This product is contraindicated in an individual with a history of hypersensitivity to any of its ingredients.
Discontinue use and consult a GP if adverse reactions occur.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Spiceofen
Paprika

Paprika

Cloves

Cloves

Black Pepper

Black Pepper

  • Powders are easily absorbed in the gut - capsules have to first be broken down before gut absorption can take place.(1)
  • Because of their size, capsules may only contain the supposed ‘active ingredients’ of each spice.
  • Capsules also contain unwanted ‘fillers’(2) such as: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Polyvinylpyrrolidone, Croscarmellose Sodium, Silicon Dioxide, Talc, Glyceryl Behenate.
  • A study(3),(4) comparing Turmeric & and it's active ingredient, Curcumin, showed that Turmeric, as a whole spice, was better than Curcumin alone.
  • Spiceofen powder is a WHOLE FOOD so, holistically, it would appear that whole spices work synergistically for greater efficacy than just the ‘active ingredients’ working alone.
Spiceofen & Plant Milk
Spiceofen comes in 500g packs - the equivalent of 1 months supply when taking 3 x 5g doses a day.

  • Spiceofen contains only 100% natural spice powders.
  • No added chemicals
  • No added preservatives
  • No added fillers
  • No added colours
  • No added flavourings
To help alleviate the pain in his knees, Neil became dependant on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and diclofenac.

Because of Neil’s lifelong interest in health, he decided he no longer wanted to take anymore NSAIDs, which have serious health side-effects and so, in 2012, he researched for natural remedies for joint support and formulated Spiceofen for himself, family and friends. In 2014, Neil trademarked the name "Spiceofen".
Neil Robinson
    Sources:
  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSPo_uBhn3g
  2. https://futureyouhealth.com/bones-joints/turmeric-plus.html
  3. https://www.turmericforhealth.com/general-info/should-you-take-turmeric-or-curcumin-which-is-better
  4. A.K. Chakravarty, S.N. Chatterjee, H. Yasmin and T. Mazumder, 2009. Comparison of Efficacy of Turmeric and Commercial Curcumin in Immunological Functions and Gene Regulation. International Journal of Pharmacology, 5: 333-345