Curamin, 120 Capsules, Terry Naturally
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    120 Capsules, Terry Naturally

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    Award-Winning Natural Pain Relief

    Discover what many already know about a supplement that is changing the lives of people dealing with pain.

    Curamin from Terry Naturally supports pain relief with four natural ingredients. The most powerful of these is a special formula of curcumin called BCM-95. It can be up to 10 times stronger than plain curcumin and is extra absorbable - that means it gets to work in your body quickly.

    Product Details:

    • Special formula of curcumin - BCM-95
    • Combined with DL phenylananine (DLPA), boswellia and nattokinase
    • Intended for relief of muscle pain due to exercise or overuse
    • Lab tested for purity
    • Vegan-friendly

    Besides the potent curcumin, Curamin also contains DLPA, which may maximize the effects of endorphins and enkephalins - your body's own pain relievers. In addition, DLPA may support mood.

    You'll also find a unique form of boswellia called BosPure. Terry Naturally removed a compound in this plant that can interfere with its benefits - making it even more useful.

    If pain is a problem for you, Curamin from Terry Naturally may help. It has been recognized in the natural health industry with multiple awards. Order today!

    Awards for Curamin:

    • Better Nutrition Magazine Best of Supplements Awards
      • Pain Category - Winner 5 years in a row
    • Healthy Living People's Choice Award Winner 2012
      • Best Pain-Relieving Product
    • 2011 Vitty Awards Winner
      • Best Herbal Supplement
      • Best New Herbal Supplement

    Ingredients | Back to Top

    Supplement Facts:
    3 capsules contain:
    Proprietary Complex (2,181mg):
    ---DLPA (dl Phenylalanine)
    ---Boswellia (Boswellia serrata) extract (BosPure) (standardized to contain > 70% boswellic acid with AKBA> 15%, with less than 5% beta-boswellic acids)
    ---Curcumin (curcuma longa) extract (BCM-95) [standardized to curcuminoid complex (curcumin, demethoxycurcumin and disdemethoxycurcumin)]
    Other Ingredients: vegetable cellulose capsules, silicon dioxide and vegetable source magnesium stearate. Contains Soy* (less than 5 parts per million.
    Contains NO: sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, artificial coloring, artificial flavoring or preservatives. It contains only natural ingredients. Color variations are normal.

    Recommended Use:
    Adults: Take 3 capsules daily. May take as one capsule, three times daily, or as needed.

    If pregnant or nursing, consult your healthcare professional before use. Keep out of the reach of children.

    Customer Review:
    I am so excited about your new natural product, Curamin. I was taking 12 Aleve and 1 Vicodin every day. I started Curamin and within 45 minutes after taking 2 capsules I felt completely better. I just had both feet operated on and my doctor was amazed that my feet did not show any inflammation. Please, please do not every go out of business or retire. I could never live without Curamin.

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