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Natural Pain Relief On-the-Go

If you've already discovered the advantages of Terry Naturally's award-winning Curamin, then you know you never want to leave home without it.

Now you can order Curamin in a smaller, travel-sized bottle with a total of 21 capsules. Stick it in your purse or inside the toiletry bag in your luggage, because you never know when you may need it.

The clinically demonstrated formula contains curcumin, which is derived from the spice turmeric. However, Curamin is created using a curcumin formula called BCM-95. It could be as much as 10-times more absorbable than typical curcumin.

Studies show BCM-95 curcumin yields superior results for pain relief, especially for joint and muscle discomfort. Studies also suggest that BCM-95 curcumin is absorbed easier than other forms of curcumin when ingested orally. That’s why this dietary supplement is ideal for pain relief support.

Curamin Product Details

  • Supports natural pain relief
  • Winner of multiple Vitty Awards and other industry honors
  • Features BCM-95, a highly absorbable form of curcumin
  • Contains only natural ingredients
  • Lab-tested for purity
  • Ideal for vegans

The unique combination of other natural ingredients used in Curamin may help temporarily relieve occasional pain and swelling (BosPure boswellia), support healthy blood flow (nattokinase) and even promote healthy mood (DLPA DL-phenylalanine).

You may take a vacation, but pain doesn't. Now you can knock it out naturally with Curamin from Terry Naturally. Order today!

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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