Curcumin 95% Extract
Supports Healthy Digestion*
Boosts Immune Function*
Optimal Brain Health*
What is Curcumin?Curcumin is the principal substance found in turmeric and can be identified by its bright yellow color. In the United States, turmeric is best known as a cooking spice. It is also one of the main ingredients of curry powder. In Asia (and especially India), turmeric is a known health tonic for many health concerns in both men and women. Curcumin extract is a powerful substance with many health benefits when consumed correctly. *
How could Curcumin Support My Health?Our Curcumin 95% Extract is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to health benefits including healthy natural healing, digestive health, weight management and optimal brain health. *
Suggested Usage / DosageThere is no specific dosage for Curcumin 95% Extract. However, we recommend a dosage of 300 - 500 mg daily.
Interactions / Side Effects
Our Curcumin extract is 100% safe and the chances of side effects being present are minimal. However, there is a small chance that you could develop headaches and nausea, digestive problems or a mild skin rash. These will mostly occur as a result of taking a high dosage of the extract. Certain medications should also not be used with Curcumin extract. The use of Curcumin on anti-coagulants will render them defective.
Ideal Storage Conditions
Use a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
2-years from Date of Manufacture.
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