- Maximum Strength dose of 1,300 mg. turmeric curcumin
- Made with standardized 95% curcuminoids
- Contains 10 mg of BioPerine® for increased absorption and bioavailability
- All-natural vegetarian capsules
- No synthetic ingredients
Powerful Anti-Inflammatory, Pain Reducer, Anti-Oxidant & Detoxifier
You may recognize turmeric as the spice that gives curry it’s yellow color. Turmeric has long been used for its medicinal properties since as far back as 600 B.C. The part of turmeric that makes it so special is its active ingredient called Curcumin. This super-antioxidant is harvested from the Curcuma longa plant in India and China and has more than 50 clinical trials proving its abilities. Curcumin helps fight free radicals and a myriad of ailments and diseases.
A 2010 study(1), in the Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, on animal models with diabetic neuropathy showed that after 4 weeks of being given curcumin, they saw an increase in pain tolerance. After 8 weeks of taking curcumin daily, they saw a significantly higher pain threshold. They concluded that curcumin is helpful in blocking the detection of a painful stimulus by sensory neurons and can be used as a therapeutic option treating diabetic neuropathic pain.
One of the most recognized benefits of curcumin is its ability to act as a natural anti-inflammatory, improving joint health and reducing painful inflammation in the hands and feet. Emerging science is showing that curcumin may help to improve nerve health. It also helps to improve neurotransmitter levels in the brain, helping to reduce the improper messaging of pain throughout the body.
Our Turmeric Curcumin with BioPerine® contains a maximum strength dosage of 1300 mgs of turmeric, made with 95% curcumin.
Each dose includes 10 mg of BioPerine®, which has been shown in clinical studies to help the body absorb more of the curcumin into the bloodstream. This higher absorption allows more of curcumin’s positive effects to be fully attained. BioPerine® is an essential part to any curcumin supplement.
We are proud to report that Nerveology Turmeric Curcumin does not include any synthetic ingredients. Even the capsule is made of vegetable cellulose, keeping the formula natural and pure.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement take two (2) veggie capsules once a day. Fore best results take 20-30 min before a meal with an 8oz. glass of water or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.
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Turmeric Curcumin has been shown to increase the functionality of joints, neutralize free radicals within the body, and boost the immune system. It can also help the body resist antioxidants and act as an anti-inflammatory and pain reduction agent in the body.
There are no known side effects that are associated with a proper dosage of turmeric. If for any reason you feel discomfort during your supplementation, consult a physician immediately.
We strongly recommend consulting your physician before adding any supplement to your regimen.
Nerveology’s Turmeric Curcumin comes in a 60-capsule bottle, which is a one-month supply. We suggest taking two capsules once every day, around 20-30 minutes before a meal, with a glass of water.
Yes. Our health-conscious customers will be pleased to learn that Nerveology Turmeric Curcumin is 100% vegetarian.
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