Amazing relief for pain and inflammation
Theracurmin is Backed by the Most Clinical Trials of any Curcumin Product
The truth is no other curcumin supplement has been validated by clinical studies. Most products in the marketplace quote generic research done on regular turmeric powder.
Clinically tested so you know it works.
Nineteen studies have been published so far on Theracurmin to verify its safety and efficacy, with additional clinical trials underway. All published clinical trials on the patented Theracurmin formula show positive health benefits.
Making Theracurmin even more special is its natural composition. Theracurmin is a natural preparation that utilizes advanced techniques to dramatically increase curcumin solubility and bioavailability. To create Theracurmin, curcumin is mixed with a vegetable gum (gum ghatti) and ground in a wet-mill to reduce the curcumin particle size. This process is entirely natural, involves no synthetic chemicals, and uses mechanical means to produce a highly absorbable colloidal suspension.
Best absorbed form of curcumin on the market‡
More published, randomized controlled trials than any other curcumin product
Available in regular, double strength, and four new Optimizer formulas
‡Scientific scrutiny revealed that Theracurmin was more bioavailable on a milligram-to-milligram basis than other leading◊ enhanced and regular forms of curcumin. ◊As measured by SPINS 2014 data.
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and cognitive health
• Supports cognitive health
• Enhances memory and concentration
Relieves joint pain
and arthritis symptoms
• Helps relieve joint pain due to osteoarthritis
• Provides short-term relief from lower back pain
benefits for the whole body
Whole Body Optimizer
• Supports heart and brain function
• Provides antioxidant protection from free radical damage
THERACURMIN REALLY WORKS.
We have the studies to prove it.
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