Here is the label with the Supplement Facts table for Curamin®
Note that the Supplement Facts are calculated for a serving size of two capsules. Each capsule would contain 727 mg per capsule.
Curamin is an all natural dietary supplement.
Curamin's all natural ingredients include: Curcumin, curcuminoids, dl phenylananine, Boswellia and Nattokinase.
It is now clear that many health concerns are related by the presence of inflammation. If you relieve inflammation you can relieve pain. Researchers have discovered an all natural combination of ingredients that will support the body's healthy inflammation response.
Common herbs Turmeric and Boswellia have been known for years to support healthy inflammation response. Curcumin is the active ingredient in Turmeric. Researchers have isolated a factor known as a curcuminoid in curcumin which is approximately 100 times as potent as regular Curcumin in the support of healthy inflammation response, when combined with DLPA (dl Phenylananine) and Boswellia.
You will experience one of the most effective, powerful and natural anti-inflammatory product you have ever used. In the health food industry, Curcumin needs little introduction. There are hundreds of excellent studies that explain the wonders of this herb. A well known research team has isolated a curcuminoid that is the best COX2 inhibitor and can be used without risk of side effects. Curcuminoids are tiny sub-particles which make up Curcumin. Researchers have selected a very specific curcuminoid and then concentrated it 100 times and combined it with regular Curcumin for a very powerful anti-inflammatory effect.
Boswellia is also a well known herb which has very powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
DLPA is a common amino acid which has the ability to increase serotonin levels in the brain.
Attention: Even though it is a "natural" product, Curcumin may cause side effects. As a dietary supplement, not a drug, curcumin has not been extensively studied. However, small studies seem to suggest that most people tolerate it well, experiencing little or no side effects. In clinical studies, curcumin side effects included nausea and diarrhea.
Although there are no documented drug interactions with curcumin, some anticoagulant or antiplatelet medications could, theoretically, interact with curcumin. Drug interactions may occur if it is taken with medications such as aspirin, blood pressure medications, or heparin products. Talk to your healthcare provider about potential drug interactions that may apply to you before taking curcumin supplements.
Theoretically, curcumin could make gallstones or some other gallbladder problems worse. If you have any such problem, be sure to check with your healthcare provider before taking curcumin.
The full risks of consuming curcumin during pregnancy are not known. Although eating foods with curcumin is probably safe, it is a good idea to avoid curcumin supplements during pregnancy. Also, just because it is a "natural" product, this does not automatically mean that it is safe during pregnancy. Curcumin may stimulate the uterus, possibly resulting in a miscarriage.
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Any medical concerns should be directed to a qualified health consultant.