What is Curcumin?

Curcumin is a powerful compound derived from the plant Curcuma Longa, commonly known as turmeric. Curcumin has been used for centuries as both a food preservative and to treat a wide variety of ailments in Ayurvedic medicine.

Intro to Curcumin

Curcumin is a polyphenolic compound derived from the plant Curcuma Longa, commonly known as turmeric. Curcumin has been used for centuries as both a food preservative and to treat a wide variety of ailments in Ayurvedic medicine.

Curuminoids are derived from an extraction of turmeric, and are a rich source of anti-inflammatories, anti-oxidants and with other key benefits.

This small tuberos plant is the subject of thousands of worldwide studies regarding is ability to assist the healing of the body.

The Power of Curcumin

3k Years

Curcumin has 3,000 years of use behind it - that's a lot of data!

Power

It is one of the most studied natural remedies because it is a superfood of the supplement world!

Top Seller

It is the #1 nutraceutical sold worldwide

1 Billion

Turmeric/curcumin is used in some form daily by over 1 billion individuals

Why Our BioSoluble® Curcumin™ Is Different

We have combined curcuminoids with protein – making a highly BioSoluble® complex curcumin-protein isolate with increased bioavailability and absorption.

Our science shows we are up to 42x more soluble. BioSoluble® curcumin is the key to achieving maximum bioavailable curcumin per dose.

While we still have the turmeric color, our conjugate is both neutral in taste and smell. We accomplished this without piperine, additives, or fillers.

We have the ability to create many new types of curcumin products other than just a capsule

Research Proven Benefits

With chronic diseases linked to inflammation rising at a dizzying pace, people are searching high and low for help. This ancient powerhouse is arguably one of the most well-studied herbs on the planet, and modern research has shown that curcumin exhibits a wide variety of biological activities, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, neuroprotective, and chemoprotective properties, due to its ability to modulate numerous signaling molecules.