Active Herbal Ingredients
Tincture of: Curcumin 95%, Turmeric, Ginger, Aloysia
Other Ingredients: Glycerin
0.4% alcohol in serving dose with water
CAUTION: 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.
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Guaranteed Free Of: Sugar, gluten, yeast, milk of milk derivatives, preservatives,artificial color, artificial flavor, sodium.
Formula includes NO animal products
Studies have shown that curcumin has both potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capabilities1, 2 yet many people have trouble taking curcumin as a supplement due to gastrointestinal upset and/or poor absorption. Curcumall® is an all-natural herbal supplement developed over the course of five years by scientists in the health and medical research fields to harness the health giving properties of curcumin without the problem of stomach upset and with improved absorption.
The potential health benefits of curcumin seem almost limitless. There are additional studies currently underway to explore further uses and to examine the effects more closely in human subjects. Read the blog by the creators of Curcumall® for tips and research updates."
Curcumall is now produced using a patented† curcumin ingredient called C3 Complex®, because it contains all three important chemical compounds collectively known as Curcuminoids in an optimal ratio. This material has been patented because of its unique composition ratio and use, and has been shown to protect biological systems. In fact, the C3 Complex® is on par with material used in clinical studies (often this level of purity is not commercially available to the public).‡
Try cooking with curcumin! Here are a few resources to help you get started.
"I have prescribed Curcumall to my patients for various health conditions … while other curcumin products have limited bioavailability, Curcumall is very well absorbed and yet is without side effects. The overall feedback of my patients who use Curcumall is very positive. [It] helps in alleviating pains and reducing inflammation."
-Raphael Kellman, M.D., NYC
Developed in Israel, Ray & Terry Longevity Products one of the few U.S. distributors of Curcumall®.
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- J Clin Invest. 2008 Mar;118(3):868-78. "The dietary compound curcumin inhibits p300 histone acetyltransferase activity and prevents heart failure in rats." Morimoto T, Sunagawa Y, Kawamura T, Takaya T, Wada H, Nagasawa A, Komeda M, Fujita M, Shimatsu A, Kita T, Hasegawa K.
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