CurcuminX4000® with Fenugreek - Refill Pouch

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16 - 06 - 2023

What’s the difference between Curcumin and Turmeric?

Turmeric is the spice commonly used in Asian cooking. Curcumin is extracted from the turmeric root for use in nutritional supplements, and exhibits more potent therapuetic benefits than turmeric.

16 - 06 - 2023

I’ve heard you need black pepper to absorb curcumin. Is this true?

Ordinary curcumin products can benefit from the use of black pepper to aid absorption. However, the Meriva Curcumin Phytosome used in Good Health Naturally’s Curcuminx4000, is up to 30x better...

16 - 06 - 2023

I have Osteoarthritis but do not want to take painkillers. Could Curcumin help?

Curcumin has a long history of use and has been widely studied for its benefits on inflammatory joint conditions. It helps reduce inflammation in the body that can contribute to...

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