CurcumaSorb 180's

By Pure Encapsulations
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PEN-MCU1
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Sku#: PEN-MCU1
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With Meriva® bioavailable curcumin phytosome; enhanced absorption for joint, tissue and cellular health. CurcumaSorb provides the patented Meriva® curcumin-phosphatidylcholine complex for enhanced-absorption and bioavailability. The proprietary phytosome technology combines curcumin and phosphatidylcholine at a 1:2 ratio, promoting resistance to degradation in the digestive tract and efficient absorption across membranes. This produces significantly higher peak plasma concentrations and larger area under concentration-time curves (AUC). In a single-dose pharmacokinetic animal study, plasma curcumin levels were 20-fold greater with Meriva® than standard curcumin. A preliminary human pharmacokinetic study demonstrated that elevations in plasma curcumin from 450 mg Meriva® were similar to values obtained from 4,000 mg of a standard curcumin extract. The efficacy of a low dose was demonstrated in a three-month clinical trial, in which 200 mg curcuminoids from Meriva® per day provided significant benefit in joint comfort, mobility and quality of life.‡

  • Supports skeletal, digestive and cardiovascular health‡
  • Clinically studied for enhanced absorption‡
  • Made with vegan ingredients

CurcumaSorb is the easily absorbed form of curcumin to help provide maximum support for musculoskeletal, digestive, liver, brain, cellular and cardiovascular health.‡

Two vegetarian capsules contain:

  • Meriva® turmeric phytosome 500 mg. (Curcuma longa extract (root) and sunflower phospholipid complex) (standardized to contain 18% curcuminoids)

Other ingredients: hypoallergenic plant fiber (cellulose), vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water)

2 capsules, 1-3 times daily, between meals.

If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking this product.

It is not recommended for individuals with biliary obstruction.

Turmeric can cause nausea or diarrhea in some individuals.

Turmeric may be contraindicated with blood thinning medications.

Consult your physician for more information.