High absorption liquid extract of Turmeric and concentrated Curcumin C3®.
Curcumall’s innovative liquid extract formula is more readily absorbed than most Turmeric/Curcumin products available in the market, offering high bioavailability of the active components of turmeric.
The product was developed by scientists for over five years, to overcome the limited absorption of turmeric.
Just mix a teaspoon of Curcumall® in a glass of water and enjoy a refreshing drink that offers all the benefits of Turmeric/ Curcumin.
What's in Curcumall's unique formula?
The 8 Main Benefits of Curcumall®
Curcumin is a bio-active substance that fights inflammation at the molecular level. In several studies, its potency has compared favorably to anti-inflammatory pharmaceutical drugs except without the side effects.
Promotes Longevity and Anti-Aging
Curcumin enhances the body’s natural antioxidant system. It helps the body
protect itself from free radicals damage and thus serves as an anti-aging agent.
Assists in weight loss
Research has revealed that curcumin reduces the formation of fat tissue by suppressing the blood vessels needed to form it.
Supports Healthy Joints & Combat Arthritis
Curcumin blocks an enzyme that triggers the inflammatory reaction in the body, alleviating inflammation and assisting in pain-related inflammations like rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Controls Cholesterol Levels
Curcumin assists in lowering cholesterol and a maintaining it at a healthy level. It breaks down the build-up of plaque in the arteries, preventing the development of arteriosclerosis.
Strengthens the Immune System
Curcumin prevents some immune cells from responding to stimulants and also has modulating and anti-inflammatory effects.
Supports Healthy Digestive Function
Curcumin has been found to be effective in reducing and even preventing both
ulcerative colitis, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and crohn’s disease.
Supports Brain Health & Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
In lab studies, Curcumin not only disintegrated the amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease but also reduced the brain’s response to the amyloid.