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Curcumin 95% Natural Turmeric Extract Powder
- Neutralize Free Radical Molecules
- Natural Antiseptic And Antibacterial Agent
- A Natural Liver Detoxifier
Turmeric, while not typically associated with the spice that is derived from it, has actually been used popularly as a healing agent and as a condiment of sorts for many years.
Turmeric is usually found in Asian countries particularly in the southeast, as well as parts of India. It is part of the family that also contains cardamom and ginger root. The chief active ingredient in Turmeric is known as Curcumin which is itself, simply a mixture of various Phytonutrients which are referred to individually as Curcuminoids. These are what give Turmeric powder its distinct deep yellow coloring. Three of the most important Curcuminoids are found in Turmeric and provide strong antioxidant power, perfect for helping to neutralize free radicals, molecules which roam around the body harming healthy cells.
Health Benefits Provided By Curcumin (Turmeric Extract) Powder
Those that take on herbalist medicine disciplines as well as those interested in researching naturopathic remedies and health supplements agree that Curcumin has many health benefits. It has been utilized Chinese and Indian alternative medicine for many thousands of years.
Serving Size & Timing
Curcumin is to be taken in one dose of 1000mg per day, or less depending on intended effect. It should be taken along with water or a meal. 1000mg for this product is equal to a little less than one half teaspoon or a little more than three eighths of a teaspoon.
Supplement FactsServing size: 1000 milligrams
Serving per container: *
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value**|
|Curcumin/Turmeric Extract Powder 1000mg||*|
|Standardized to contain >95% Curcuminoids 950mg||*|
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet
Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, corn, gluten and additives
As a dietary supplement, take 1000mg (scant 1/2 tsp) daily, or as directed by physician.
|US Standard Measuring Spoons|
INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION
Concentration of Curcumin (Turmeric Extract) Powder
This particular blend of Turmeric extract contains about 95% Curcuminoids which themselves are about 70-80% Curcumin, 15-25% Desmethoxycurcumin, and 2.5-6.5% Bisdemethoxycurcumin. Otherwise, there are no kinds of fillers whatsoever.
Curcumin (Turmeric Extract) Powder Side Effects
As long as the suggested serving size and daily values are adhered to there should be no adverse side effects experienced by anyone interested in taking this supplement. Those that have gastrointestinal disorders or otherwise sensitive stomachs, may experience a bit of stomach upset when first introducing Curcumin into their system, but this is not unexpected. Also, those that have a ginger allergy should speak with a medical professional before taking this supplement as the two are closely related. Anyone that is on any medication that attempts to treat high blood pressure or anyone with erratic blood sugar levels like diabetics, should exercise extreme caution before attempting to use this supplement. Those that have blood clotting problems or are on any blood thinning medication, along with pregnant women should avoid this supplement altogether as it may have an adverse reaction with the medication you are taking.
Curcumin (Turmeric Extract) Powder Bioavailability
Curcumin is a deep yellow-orange color in appearance and spicy in taste. While some sources recommend that it be taken on an empty stomach, and while it may be mixed well into heated water, the actual absorption of Curcumin works best when it has been cooked with oil such as olive or coconut oil, or even butter. This works out well in the end since its spiciness and vague ginger-like flavor make it a great seasoning for many dishes, especially basic ones such as white rice or other East Asian delicacies. It even works well when dissolved into hot tea, as a flavoring.
One trick that people forget about Curcumin is that it is best absorbed in a fatty solution. If cooking is impossible or you just want to try something new, there is one drink that has a fat content that is just right for bringing out the true flavor and effectiveness of Curcumin, especially if taking the maximum daily serving level. This liquid is hot coconut milk. By mixing Curcumin in with coconut milk, this allows it to be absorbed easily by the body, and it also provides a delicious alternative to water. It goes well when taken with especially fatty meals.
It is hard to find a 95 percent curcumin content of free form powder tumeric. I am so glad we tried this formula. Thanks
On 3/22/2015 L.Cami said...
Our 2nd purchase of this product. We like it mixed in a base of pastured butter with black pepper added.
On 3/20/2015 MElinda said...
Though I'm slightly disgruntled the price of the curcumin I bought went down 20$ right after I bought this it seems to be extremely high quality. I take piperine with it to increase bioavailability.
On 3/19/2015 James said...
Awesome!!! Taking this product to help with joints! I felt a difference within 2-3 weeks using 500mg a day!
On 2/24/2015 Bryce said...
Product appears to be very good, I am using it at this time. Shipment was quick.
On 1/14/2015 James said...
Very pleased with the quality and packaging of this product. It is everything I read and was hoping to get and I was not disappointed. The pureness shows in the fact it does stain everything it comes into contact with.
On 1/3/2015 Donel said...
Very pleased with the quality and packaging of this product. It is everything I read and was hoping to get and I was not disappointed. The pureness shows in the fact it does stain everything it comes into contact with.
On 1/3/2015 Donel said...
The following is a list of some of the clinical trials testing the many diverse benefits of curcumin from the National Medical Library MEDLINE as abstracted by GreenMedInfo:
1. A complex of curcumin and phosphatidylcholine is effective in reducing the symptoms of osteoarthritis.
2. Bioavailability Study: Piperine enhances the serum concentration, extent of absorption and bioavailability of curcumin in both rats and humans with no adverse effects.
3. Curcumin and Boswellia serrata are safe and tolerable and helped to improve the levels of an inflammatory cytokine (IL-6).
4. Curcumin and capsaicin might represent an alternative approach to protect against vitiligo progression.
5. Curcumin appears to enhance clearance of amyloid-beta in Alzheimer's disease patients.
6. Curcumin exhibits anti-pre-cancer activity by increasing levels of vitamins C and E, and preventing lipid peroxidation and DNA damage.
7. Curcumin has gallbladder emptying properties.
8. Curcumin induces programmed cell death and inhibits proinflammatory prostaglandin E2 production in synovial fibroblasts of patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
9. Curcumin ingestion and exercise training improve vascular endothelial function in postmenopausal women.
10. Curcumin is comparable to chlorhexidine as an anti-inflammatory mouthwash. Thus, it can be considered as an effective adjunct to mechanical periodontal therapy.
11. Curcumin is safe and efficacious in treating major depressive disorder.
12. Curcumin is safe in humans up to 8,000 mg/day when take by mouth for 3 months and has chemopreventive properties.
13. Curcumin may increase insulin production in healthy subjects.
14. Curcumin positively modulates blood lipids and reduces lipid peroxidation.
15. Curcumin reduces arsenic-induced DNA damage in human subjects.
16. Curcumin treatment is safe and superior to drug therapy in patients with active RA.
17. Curry consumption improves cognitive function in the elderly.
18. Reduction of atherogenic risk in patients with type 2 diabetes by curcuminoid extract: a randomized controlled trial.
19. Review: Curcumin has therapeutic potential in multiple sclerosis.
20. Soy isoflavones and curcumin suppress PSA [Prostate Specific Antigen] levels in human subjects.
21. Tetrahydrocurcumin may contribute to overcoming multidrug resistance of human cancers.
22. Tetrahydrocurcumin protects against radiation-induced lipid peroxidation.
23. The anti-breast cancer activity of curcumin may be due in part to its down-regulation of insulin-like growth factor.
24. The dietary polyphenols trans-resveratrol and curcumin interact with cannabinoid receptors indicating their potential role in treating obesity and/or drug dependence.
25. There is strong evidence to support the use of curcumin in retinal diseases, Crohn's disease and disorders related to the spinal cord.
26. Turmeric and curcumin inhibit aflatoxin induced hemolysis.
27. Bioavailability Study: Phosphatidyl choline bound curcumin is superior to curcumin in isolation.
28. Both curcumin and its metabolite tetrahydrocurcumin exert neuroprotection against chemically-induced neurotoxicity.
29. Coenzyme Q10 and curcumin administration improves retinal histology by reversing the pathological changes due to chronic methanol and establish a morphologically normal retina.
30. Turmeric extract supplementation prevents UVB-induced skin aging.
31. Cucumin and piperine in combination have a potent anti-genotoxic effect as compared to either agent alone ....
32. Curcumin (from Turmeric) in combination with Piperine may attenuate stress-induced depression.
33. Curcumin (low dose) may have a therapeutic effect in the treatment of prion diseases.
34. Curcumin ameliorates aflatoxin-induced lipid peroxidation in liver, kidney and testis of mice.
35. Curcumin ameliorates aflatoxin-induced toxicity.
36. Curcumin ameliorates arterial dysfunction and oxidative stress with aging.
37. Curcumin ameliorates high glucose-induced adverse changes to the aortic endothelium of rats.
38. Curcumin ameliorates memory deficits associated with diabetes in the rat.
39. Curcumin and capsaicin exert anti-tumor promotional effects through suppression of the tumor promoter-induced activation.
40. Curcumin and capsaicin have hypolipidemic and antioxidant effects in high-fat-fed rats.
41. Curcumin and capsaicin individually are protective to LDL oxidation both in vivo and in vitro, to iron-induced hepatotoxicity and to carrageenan-induced inflammation.
42. Curcumin and naringenin exhibit neuroprotective properties in an animal model of Parkinson's disease.
43. Curcumin attenuated the lipid peroxidation and apoptotic liver injury in copper-overloaded rats.
44. Curcumin attenuates aluminum-induced functional neurotoxicity in rats.
45. Curcumin attenuates cadmium-induced tissue damage in mice.
46. Curcumin attenuates cerebral edema following traumatic brain injury in mice.
47. Curcumin attenuates chemically induced colitis.
48. Curcumin attenuates damage associated with cardiac ischemia/reperfusion.
49. Curcumin attenuates retinal oxidative stress and inflammation in diabetes.
50. Curcumin attenuates the development of allergic airway inflammation and hyper-responsiveness.
51. Curcumin attenuates the inflammatory response in collagen-induced arthritis.
52. Curcumin attenuates the virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
53. Curcumin attenuates vascular inflammation and cerebral vasospasm after subarachnoid hemorrhage in mice.
54. Curcumin blocks chronic morphine analgesic tolerance and positively modulates brain chemistry.
55. Curcumin can significantly protect neurons against cerebral ischemia.
56. Curcumin can reduce inflammation and offset some of the performance deficits associated with eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage.
57. Curcumin can stimulate developmental and adult hippocampal neurogenesis, and a biological activity that may enhance neural plasticity and repair.
58. Curcumin co-treatment seems to prevent oxidative damage and found to delay the development of cataract.
59. Curcumin could improve cardiac function in heart failure.
60. Curcumin counteracts the aluminium-induced ageing-related alterations in the rat brain.
61. Curcumin decreases amyloid-beta peptide levels by attenuating the maturation of amyloid-beta precursor protein.
62. Curcumin dispalys anti-proliferartive and anti-angiogenic properties on tumors.
63. Curcumin eliminates leptin's effect on liver fibrogenesis.
64. Curcumin eliminates oxidized-LDL's role in activating hepatic stellate cells which are associated with liver fibrosis.
65. Curcumin enhances neurogenesis and cognition in aged rats.
66. Curcumin enhances wound healing in animals.
67. Curcumin exerts pain-killing effects in a mouse model of neuropathic pain.
68. Curcumin exhibits anti-bacterial activity against Helicobacter pylori infection.
69. Curcumin exhibits anti-malarial activity in a mouse model.
70. Curcumin exhibits anti-melanoma activity.
71. Curcumin exhibits hepatoprotective properties against selenium toxicity.
72. Curcumin exhibits radioprotective properties and inhibits acute and chronic effects of gamma radiation exposure.
73. Curcumin extends life span, health span, and modulates age-associated aging genes in Drosophila melanogaster.
74. Curcumin extends lifespan in Caenorhabditis elegans.
75. Curcumin has a cardioprotective effect against myocardial ischemia.
76. Curcumin has a chemopreventive effect on chemically-induced esophageal cancer.
77. Curcumin has a corrective effect on the expression of genetic defects associated with cystic fibrosis in an animal model.
78. Curcumin has a cytoprotective and immunomodulating effect in rats subjected to carbon tetrachloride-induced stress.
79. Curcumin has a detoxifiying and antioxidant effect in rats experimentallly exposed to mercury.
80. Curcumin has a immunomodulatory effect in host macrophages and NK cells which results in a tumoricidal effect.
81. Curcumin has a neuroprotective effect in brain trauma.
82. Curcumin has a neuroprotective effect in hypoxia ischemia brain tissue injury.
83. Curcumin has a neuroprotective effect on 6-hydroxydopamine-induced Parkinsonism in rats.
84. Curcumin has a neuroprotective effect on focal cerebral ischemic rats by preventing blood-brain barrier damage.
85. Curcumin has a protective effect after spinal cord injury.
86. Curcumin has a protective effect on experimentally induced inflammation, hepatotoxicity and cardiotoxicity in rats.
87. Curcumin has a protective effect on myocardial ischemia reperfusion injury.
88. Curcumin has an ameliorative effect against acute cadmium toxicity on male reproductive system in rats.
89. Curcumin has analgesic properties.
90. Curcumin has anti-aging and neuroprotective effects in aged rat brain regions.
91. Curcumin has anti-anxiety properties.
92. Curcumin has anti-thrombotic properties.
93. Curcumin has anticonvulsant activity on increasing current electroshock seizures in mice.
94. Curcumin has antidepressant properties that compare favorably to the drugs imipramine and fluoxetine.
95. Curcumin has antidepressant-like effects in chronic unpredictable mild stress of rats.
96. Curcumin has antinociceptive (pain-killing) properties associated with ATP-sensitive potassium channels.
97. Curcumin has neuroprotective effects against a fungal toxin.
98. Curcumin has potential anti-epileptic effects.
99. Curcumin improves bone microarchitecture and enhances mineral density in transgenic mice.
100. Curcumin improves early functional results after experimental spinal cord injury.
101. Curcumin improves insulin resistance in skeletal muscle of rats.
102. Curcumin improves left ventricular function in pressure overloaded rabbits.
103. Curcumin improves memory and learning dysfunction in rats.
104. Curcumin improves survival in mice with tumors.
105. Curcumin improves wound healing by modulating collagen and decreasing reactive oxygen species.
106. Curcumin in combination with EPA and DHA work synergistically to reduce inflammation.
107. Curcumin in combination with visible light inhibits tumor growth in a xenograft tumor model.
108. Curcumin increases glucose uptake in skeletal muscle.
109. Curcumin induces recovery from hepatic injury.
110. Curcumin inhibits chemically-induced skin cancer.
111. Curcumin inhibits leukemia cells in mice.
112. Curcumin inhibits liver fibrosis.
113. Curcumin inhibits prostate cancer tumors.
114. Curcumin inhibits radiation-induced changes in the liver.
115. Curcumin inhibits the increase of glutamate, hydroxyl radicals and PGE2 in the hypothalamus and reduces fever during LPS-induced systemic inflammation in rabbits.
116. Curcumin inhibits the proliferation of human oral cancer cells.
117. Curcumin is an in vivo inhibitor of angiogenesis.
118. Curcumin is efficacious for chronic nonbacterial prostatitis in rats.
119. Curcumin is superior to drug therapies for preventing scopolamine-induced memory impairment.
120. Curcumin may contribute to ameliorating alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
121. Curcumin may contribute to preventing memory loss.
122. Curcumin may have a preventive role in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy.
123. Curcumin may have therapeutic value in patients prone to vascular thrombosis and requiring anti-arthritic therapy.
124. Curcumin may have therapeutic value in treating scleroderma.
125. Curcumin may increase muscle tone in urinary bladder.
126. Curcumin may protect against sepsis.
127. Curcumin may protect the aging brain from oxidative stress.
128. Curcumin may provide an ideal therapeutic agent in the treatment of heart failure.
129. Curcumin may reduce pain by activation of both opioid and non opioid mechanisms.
130. Curcumin may stimulate recovery from spinal cord injury.
131. Curcumin prevents advanced glycation induced complications of diabetes.
132. Curcumin prevents alcohol-induced liver disease in rats.
133. Curcumin prevents and reverses cirrhosis induced by bile duct obstruction.
134. Curcumin prevents chemically-induced lung, liver, skin, and brain cancer.
135. Curcumin prevents human aortic smooth muscle cells migration associated with the development of atherosclerosis.
136. Curcumin prevents liver cancer metastasis in an animal model.
137. Curcumin prevents oxidative kidney damage induced by acetaminophen [Tylenol] in rats.
138. Curcumin prevents radiation-induced mammary tumors.
139. Curcumin produces beneficial changes in bone turnover and increases in bone strength using the ovariectomized mature rat model of postmenopausal osteoporosis.
140. Curcumin protects against paraquat pulmonary toxicity.
141. Curcumin protects against acetaminophen-induced toxicity.
142. Curcumin protects against colchicine-induced cognitive dysfunction and oxidative stress in rats.
143. Curcumin protects against copper-induced genotoxicity.
144. Curcumin protects against d-galactose-induced senescence in mice.
145. Curcumin protects against hemorrhage/resuscitation injury.
146. Curcumin protects against lead neurotoxicity in rats.
147. Curcumin protects against lipid peroxidation and oxidative stress during nicotine-induced toxicity.
148. Curcumin protects against necrotizing enterocolitis in neonatal rats.
149. Curcumin protects against vancomycin-induced kidney damage in rats.
150. Curcumin protects intestinal mucosal barrier function of rat enteritis.
151. Curcumin protects retinal cells from light-and oxidant stress-induced cell death, indicating it may have value in age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
152. Curcumin protects testicle cells of mice from damage induced by chronic alcohol administration.
153. Curcumin reduces adjuvant-induced c-reactive protein and inflammation.
154. Curcumin reduces burn progression in rats.
155. Curcumin reduces gallstone formation and biliary cholesterol concentration in mice.
156. Curcumin reduces intestinal inflammation and polyps, indicating its potential value for preventing colon cancer.
157. Curcumin reduces markers of liver damage in rats treated with heated sunflower oil or ethanol.
158. Curcumin reduces oxidative stress associated with exposure to an environmental pollutant [dioxin].
159. Curcumin reduces pertussis-induced infectious brain edema in rats.
160. Curcumin regresses tumors as well as protects the host from tumor-induced immunosuppression and toxicity.
161. Curcumin reverses impaired cognition and neuronal plasticity induced by chronic stress.
162. Curcumin reverses T cell-mediated adaptive immune dysfunctions in tumor-bearing hosts.
163. Curcumin showed significant nephroprotective effects against Sodium Fluoride induced toxicity upon kidneys.
164. Curcumin significantly attenuates carotid artery neointima formation.
165. Curcumin supplementation protects from genotoxic effects of arsenic and fluoride.
166. Curcumin suppresses type II collagen-induced arthritis in mice.
167. Curcumin treatment alleviates the effects of glutathione depletion, indicating its value for Parkinson disease.
168. Curcumin's antidepressant-like effects may involve the central monoaminergic neurotransmitter systems.
169. Curcumin, a NF-kappaB inhibitor, stimulates muscle regeneration after traumatic injury.
170. Curcumin, capsaicin and garlic attenuate adverse blood changes associated with a cholesterol-enriched diet.
171. Curcumin-manganese complexes have enhanced antioxidant activity.
172. Curcuminoids exhibit anti-allergy activity.
173. Dietary curcumin counteracts the outcome of traumatic brain injury on oxidative stress, synaptic plasticity, cognition.
174. Garlic and turmeric restore endothelial function in rats.
175. Grape seed extract, black seed extract and curcumin ameliorate tamoxifen-induced liver injury.
176. Melatonin, curcumin, quercetin, and resveratrol ameliorate chemically-induced kidney damage.
177. Nitric oxide modulation is involved in the protective effect of curcumin in ameliorating sleep deprivation-induced behavioral alterations and oxidative damage.
178. Nutritional antioxidants such as green tea polyphenols and tetrahydrocurcumin may beneficially modify the life span of animals.
179. Omega-3 fatty acids, black seed oil and curcuminoids have a therapeutic role in gastritits in an animal model.
180. Quercetin and curcumin inhibit ischemic kidney injury.
181. Sulforaphane and curcumin protect against malathion toxicity.
182. Tetrahydrocurcumin and rutin have cardioprotective properties in a rat model of myocardial infarction.
183. Turmeric has antispasmodic properties.
184. Turmeric inhibits Epstein-Barr virus.
185. Turmeric is efficacious in preventing joint inflammation in an experimental model of rheumatoid arthritis.
186. Turmeric is hypotensive and has vasodilating and bradycardic effects.
187. Turmeric prevents benzene-induced hematoxicity.
188. Turmeric reduces oxidative stress and attenuates aortic fatty streak development in rabbits.
189. Copper enhances the anti-cancer activity of curcumin.
190. Curcumin (from Turmeric) protects against cardiac hypertrophy.
On 12/30/2014 Stephen said...
David Perlmutter's book "The Grain Brain" is all about inflammation in the human body and the brain. He says curcumin is one of the best things to counteract inflammation. I've been using it for the past year and I'm used to buying it in capsule form. I recently bought it in powder form from Bulk Supplements and I'm very happy with it. It's close to half the price of the capsules and the quality seems extremely high. Be careful when you mix this in a drink... you almost have to shake it. If you try stirring it you'll see a lot of it sticking to the side of the glass.
On 12/26/2014 Tim said...
I've been trying a bit of everything to relieve the symptoms from thyroid disease. For the first time in years, I was pain free, all swelling in face, hands, feet and belly had went away, I was able to fall asleep within a few minutes and actually stay asleep and cleared the brain fog. I ran out of curcumin and the symptoms started coming back. Since I was able to see what was helping me the most, I'll not run out of it again. I had tried other curcumin products but they never made such a noticeable difference in my health as the curcumin from Bulksupplements has.
On 12/15/2014 Victoria L. said...
I've read online that this product is good for reducing the size of fatty tumors in dogs. So, I came to bulksupplements because 95% is very hard to find. I hope this product is a success, they say it takes several months for results. I put this directly on dog food and she dosen't mind the taste.
On 12/13/2014 KATHY said...
I've tried turmeric from many different sources and IMO this is by far the freshest and highest quality. And as always shipping was quick and hassle free.
On 12/11/2014 CHARLES said...
Powder came is well sealed reusable pouch. Excellent quality. Color tells the quality. Just started taking it. Will update with results
On 12/6/2014 Hitendra said...
This is a great supplement - I tried the above recommendation of blending with coconut oil and as blend in a drink. I recommend blending it directly into oil or food rather than into a drink as it does not blend easily. The vibrant color indicates it is just as stated....95% . Not all curcumin provides as much as this *does*. Wonderful!
On 10/2/2014 Martha said...
I have had many surgeries on my hands (repetitive motion injuries from too many years at a computer...) and they hurt most of the time...until I found this product.
I take 1000 mg mixed in a smoothie or into a spoonful of peanut butter and the relief is amazing...and I definitely know when I forgot to take it!
No more prescription pain relief for these hands...
On 9/17/2014 Nora said...
Mi esposa tiene fibromialgia y este suplemento de extracto de curcumin es lo que hasta el momento -despues de probar muchos otros suplementos- que le ha aliviado de los multiples dolores que experiementa por su condicion , claro acompañado de una dieta saludable y balanceada surte aun mejor efecto , Gracias bulksupplements.com
On 9/3/2014 Jack said...
It appears that their staff is highly efficient and reflects the quality of their products. I recommend adding curcumin to coconut oil heated to around 160 degrees to improve absorption. You can also add CoQ10 if you wish. This is a company going places.
On 8/26/2014 Gabe said...
I use this for making my Liposomal Vitamin C and Curcumin combination mixture. The two seem to compliment each other well. I get all my supplements from BulkSupplements. I've found none better.
On 8/21/2014 Michael said...
The packaging and delivery timeframe were perfect. The product appears to be of high quality. As another reviewer mentioned, the key ingredient is curcuminoid -- and Bulk Supplements' product has 95% curcuminoid concentrate (as opposed to other product that is made of tumeric root, that has a much lower curcuminoid content). I suggest opening the package and removing the powder over the sink, as the powder will stain (as expected).
On 7/12/2014 Richard said...
I ordered this as I had never before seen a Tumeric product sporting a purity level as high as this. As other reviewers have mentioned this is a very high quality product. I use it to rid myself of various aches and pains and it does do the job. I feel completely comfortable recommending this product.
On 6/20/2014 John said...
.Good packaging, good quality at a reasonable price. I recommend.
On 6/11/2014 damon said...
First off, Curcumin (or curcuminoids) is one of the top 5 supplements everyone can benefit from. It's anti-inflammatory properties are well known but this supplement has a myriad of uses (digestive aide being another big one). I've been taking this product for years and years but this is the first time I've bought the powder. Curcumin is essential to your overall well being. Now to the product itself.
Lets start with taste. An important point when dealing with bulk powders. In my opinion the aftertaste is minimal. I put this into water sometimes and chug it with no problem (to be fair I've chugged some nasty crap over the years and I may have built a tolerance as a result). There is one catch to this stuff though. A big catch. It stains! I wish bulk would ship this in some sort of plastic container instead of the bag but its not that big of a deal. It's like Cheeto stains that wont go away!
On 5/21/2014 Adam said...
I have been using turmeric with sea salt and a bit of cayenne to make a seasoning mix for flavorful and healthy cooking and my family has started to copy this. I mixed your curcumin in this last batch and am VERY impressed with the quality. I could probably have used less because of it's purity but if you can use a scant 1/2 t daily it won't be too much. So for seasoning, I get flavor, possible tumor protection and other health benefits, minerals from the salt, metabolism help from cayenne and beautiful color in my food. I will be getting more of this. (Be careful of the staining when handling, though)
On 5/7/2014 Margaret said...
I was taking regular turmeric. I wasn't seeing results even when taking with pepper to help with absorption. So I thought I'd try the 95% Curcumin powder. The color is bright orange just like it should be. The turmeric doesn't even compare. I've only been taking it for a few days so I can't comment on effectiveness, but I hoping to see better results. I'll review again after a few weeks.
On 5/6/2014 Leigh said...
I had a question on my order, I received a Certificate of Analysis, which was very helpful. After reviewing information, I think product is excellent.
On 4/14/2014 Howard said...
I take curcumin for raynaud's syndrome. It seems to help my joints.
This is effective but I must mix it in blender to drink it, it is a spice.
On 4/7/2014 Patricia said...
I am very pleased with their product. Its cheaper and purer than others I have tried. I recommend this company. Fast shippers too. I will order again thru this site.
On 3/26/2014 James said...
I have purchased and tested BulkSupplements.com's Curcumin 95% and found it to be of the highest quality. I am planning to use it on one of our anti-inflammatory products soon, and I can attest to the efficacy and purity of this product. I highly recommend it.
On 3/9/2014 Collin said...
I just wanted to say BulkSupplements.com as the Best price and Best Curcumin 95% I've found.
MANY other companies have the Curcumin 95% prominently on their product however, when you read the ingredients you find that the product is mostly the cheaper tumeric root powder.
Tumeric root only has about 3-6% curcuminoids whereas Bulk Supplements is a 95% curcumimoid concentrate.
Most everyone should take Curcumin 95% even if perfectly healthy. Do the research!
My second order form BulkSupplements.com is perfect,as was the first order and I plan to be along time customer.
On 2/22/2014 Levi Patrick said...
*NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.