Typically, curcumin is poorly absorbed into the blood stream through the digestive tract. Curcumall® is more readily absorbed than most available curcumin products due to its extraction process and form. This technologically advanced formula delivers more curcumin to the blood while optimizing its efficacy:
- Maintain healthy cell function
- Help maintain cholesterol levels within a healthy range3
- Support healthy digestive function and soothe gastrointestinal inflammation
- Assist in maintaining a healthy liver
- Help maintain joint health and ease muscle pain
- Support cardiovascular health4
- Help maintain glucose levels already within a healthy range5
- Preserve healthy brain function6
Curcumall® is a liquid formula that is a natural extract of turmeric and curcumin, the active ingredient of turmeric, together with the extracts of ginger and aloysia. Curcumall® offers therapeutically active components of turmeric in a bio-available liquid form. The active components curcumin and curcuminoids are responsible for the healing properties of turmeric.
Active Herbal Ingredients:
Tincture of Curcumin: 95%, Turmeric, Ginger, Aloysia.
Glycerin: 0.4% alcohol in serving dose with water.
Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women. Not for use if you have bile duct obstruction. Not recommended to use with coumadin.
Curcumall naturally contains a strong yellow pigment and stains easily. Keep away from clothing, skin and other soft surfaces. May also stain some countertops and hard surfaces. Avoid contact.
As a dietary supplement take 1 teaspoon (5ml) in a 4-6 oz glass of water 2-3 times daily on an empty stomach (half an hour before meal).
One bottle of Curcumall® contains approximately 25 servings.
Kosher – Parve
Guaranteed Free Of:Sugar, gluten, yeast, milk of milk derivatives, preservatives,artificial color, artificial flavor, sodium.
Formula includes NO animal products
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