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Ha!- I got completely suckered by this after already buying it. Oh well. They've made up a term 'Curcumin Complex' which consists of an unknown amount of curcumin extract (95%) and organic turmeric (about 2-4% curcumin), waved a magic wand, and asked customers to believe the whole thing is curcumin. The website has … see more Ha!- I got completely suckered by this after already buying it. Oh well. They've made up a term 'Curcumin Complex' which consists of an unknown amount of curcumin extract (95%) and organic turmeric (about 2-4% curcumin), waved a magic wand, and asked customers to believe the whole thing is curcumin. The website has an answer to this question: "NatureWise Certified Organic Curcumin with 95% curcuminoids packs 750mg of Organic Curcumin into each capsule." Uh, that's mathematically impossible unless they get to redefine what curcumin means. Stay far away. see less Ha!- I got completely suckered by this after already buying it. Oh well. They've made up a term 'Curcumin Complex' which consists of an unknown amount of curcumin extract (95%) and organic turmeric (about 2-4% curcumin), waved a magic wand, and asked customers to believe the whole thing is curcumin. The website has an answer to this question: "NatureWise Certified Organic Curcumin with 95% curcuminoids packs 750mg of Organic Curcumin into each capsule." Uh, that's mathematically impossible unless they get to redefine what curcumin means. Stay far away.
swim96
· February 18, 2020
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It should be noted that they list 500mg of the extract on the amazon images now. It was not on my last bottle, but apparently they changed it? Pretty obvious to see on the images here. It means there is about 167mg per capsule I guess? I am very hesitant with the corruption in turmeric powder to keep buying this, but i… see more It should be noted that they list 500mg of the extract on the amazon images now. It was not on my last bottle, but apparently they changed it? Pretty obvious to see on the images here. It means there is about 167mg per capsule I guess? I am very hesitant with the corruption in turmeric powder to keep buying this, but it hasn't been bad for me though the color did look too orange last time, which means to me it might have been adulterated by their source. see less It should be noted that they list 500mg of the extract on the amazon images now. It was not on my last bottle, but apparently they changed it? Pretty obvious to see on the images here. It means there is about 167mg per capsule I guess? I am very hesitant with the corruption in turmeric powder to keep buying this, but it hasn't been bad for me though the color did look too orange last time, which means to me it might have been adulterated by their source.
CrankTop Contributor: Rock Music
· November 1, 2020
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1500 (curcumin)+140(ginger)+10(bioperne)=1650. So that looks like it adds up to me. I have been taking this product for about 3 weeks. I take two capsules with food and i can feel it kick in (pain goes away) in about 15 minutes, similar to the effect I get from ibuprofin(Advil). It feels like it reduces inflammation in… see more 1500 (curcumin)+140(ginger)+10(bioperne)=1650. So that looks like it adds up to me. I have been taking this product for about 3 weeks. I take two capsules with food and i can feel it kick in (pain goes away) in about 15 minutes, similar to the effect I get from ibuprofin(Advil). It feels like it reduces inflammation in my body as well. I have not tried any other brand of curcumin, but all I can say is that his is working very well for me. see less 1500 (curcumin)+140(ginger)+10(bioperne)=1650. So that looks like it adds up to me. I have been taking this product for about 3 weeks. I take two capsules with food and i can feel it kick in (pain goes away) in about 15 minutes, similar to the effect I get from ibuprofin(Advil). It feels like it reduces inflammation in my body as well. I have not tried any other brand of curcumin, but all I can say is that his is working very well for me.
review angel
· January 16, 2017
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Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists th… see more Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive. see less Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive.
Nancy McClellan, CPST
· March 26, 2020
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Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists th… see more Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive. see less Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive.
Nancy McClellan, CPST
· March 26, 2020
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Yes, this is egg-free.
Suzanne
· May 17, 2016
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Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists th… see more Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive. see less Most supplements that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin is in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive.
Nancy McClellan, CPST
· March 26, 2020
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be better off on a different product this will not take away pain trust me I've used better
Carl b.
· February 19, 2018
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My bottle has no 3rd party seals of any kind. Customer service won’t answer questions about the product, like who certified it or how much actual curcumin is in it. Most supplements like this one that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on th… see more My bottle has no 3rd party seals of any kind. Customer service won’t answer questions about the product, like who certified it or how much actual curcumin is in it. Most supplements like this one that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin are in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive. I’m returning mine. see less My bottle has no 3rd party seals of any kind. Customer service won’t answer questions about the product, like who certified it or how much actual curcumin is in it. Most supplements like this one that use a blend of turmeric root & curcumin extract will say how much of each are in their capsules & list it clearly on their labels. This company won’t disclose how many mg of actual curcumin are in each capsule. Customer service says it’s a secret, even though every one of their competitors lists this information clearly on the label. There are 750 mg of “curcumin complex”, which lists turmeric root as the first ingredient. That tells us nothing about how much actual curcumin is in each capsule. Very deceptive. I’m returning mine.
Nancy McClellan, CPST
· March 26, 2020