Wakunaga Kyolic Curcumin 100 Capsules
You've probably heard of Turmeric a spice that gives curry it's yellow flavor and which has been used for thousands of years in India. You may or may not know however that in turmeric is compounds called curcuminoids, the most important of which is called curcumin. Curcumin has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a powerful antioxidant, and in recent years has been studied much more and is becoming a popular nutritional supplement popular among those who suffer from arthritis. Kyolic Curcumin contains 1000mg of Meriva Turmeric Complex per serving along with 300mg Aged Garlic Extract. Grab yourself a bottle today!
Wakunaga Kyolic Curcumin Supplement Highlights & Benefits
- All Natural Anti-Inflammatory Compound
- May Help Increase the Antioxidant Capacity of the Body
- Supports Cardiovascular Health
- Studies Have Found Curcumin is More Effective than Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
- 1000mg Meriva Turmeric Complex + 300mg Aged Garlic Extract
Wakanuga Kyolic Curcumin Customer Reviews
A friend recommended this product because I was experiencing pain in my lower back and hips. I've been using it for about 3 weeks and while the pain isn't completely gone I will say it's much much better. I take one in the morning and another at night with dinner, I plan on continuing to take this.
I've had 3 knee surgeries in recent years and have tried a number of different Turmeric and Curcumin supplements. This is the best I've tried thus far!
I've been using Kyolic Curcumin for years and will continue using it for years to come. The best pain reliever I've ever had when it comes to pressure, inflammation and my arthritis.
Take 2 capsules with a meal everyday.
Wakunaga Kyolic Curcumin 100 Capsules Ingredients
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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