Tags: curcumin | pain | turmeric | fibromyalgia

Wowed By Pain Relief

By Friday, 04 September 2015 02:15 PM Current | Bio | Archive

There have been some fairly remarkable advances in natural pain relief recently. In large part, this has occurred because of the development of a highly absorbable form of an herb called curcumin, which is found in the spice turmeric.

Many studies show how helpful curcumin is, but until this new development, the doses required have been unreasonable high to take.

The new, very highly absorbed form of curcumin is called "BCM 95." This amazing leap forward in herbal medicine increases absorption over the previous best products by 693 percent, a sevenfold improvement in absorption rate that allows one capsule to replace seven of the old ones.

More than 1,000 studies have shown curcumin to be a very promising herb. What really caught my attention was that we were seeing some near miraculous reports of pain relief from many people who had suffered for years.

This was especially so with a special mix of BCM 95 called "Curamin" (by EuroPharma, under the Terry Naturally line). The testimonials from those who have used this product have been overwhelmingly positive.

We have worked with a number of helpful herbal and natural treatments for pain, and though many have been very helpful, we have never seen anything as dramatically effective as Curamin.

The bottom line? If you have pain — whether from fibromyalgia, tendonitis, or any cause — get a bottle, take one tablet three times a day for 3 to 6 weeks or until the pain is gone (whichever comes first), then you can usually lower the dose.

Be prepared to be wowed!

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New, very highly absorbed form of curcumin is an amazing leap forward in herbal medicine.
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Friday, 04 September 2015 02:15 PM
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