Frequently Asked Questions

What is the recommended dosage?

The recommended amount per day of the dietary supplement Curcumall® varies according to the health condition and its severity.

As a dietary supplement take 1 teaspoon (5ml) in a glass of water, 1-3 times daily on an empty stomach (half an hour before a meal or approximately two hours after a meal).
In general, it is recommended that with a severe health condition, take Curcumall® 2-3 times daily. Upon improvement, one may lower the intake to once a day.

Is Curcumall Dairy and Gluten Free?

Yes!
Curcumall® is Guaranteed Free Of: Sugar, gluten, yeast, milk of milk derivatives, preservatives, artificial color, artificial flavor, sodium.
Curcumall’a® formula includes NO animal products.

How does Curcumall overcome the low bioavialablity of the Curcumin ?

Bio-availability is the amount of the nutrient the body will be able to access.

Most of the products in the market offer the curcumin with piperine, an extract of black pepper that is added to enhance the absorption of curcumin.
Turmeric supplements using piperine were shown to cause problems. Many people who take Curcumin supplements containing piperine, have complained about gastrointestinal upset caused by the piperine.

Curcumall® in its liquid form is a high absorption Turmeric supplement that is well absorbed without piperine and thus optimizes the benefits of Turmeric and curcumin without any side effects.

Where is it manufactured ?

Curcumall® is manufactured in Israel under GMP and ISO 9001 standards.

When should I not use Curcumall?

  • Curcumall® is not recommended for use by pregnant or nursing women.
  • Do not use Curcumall® if you have bile duct obstruction.
  • Not for use with Coumadin.
  • Stop all intake of Curcumall® one week before undergoing surgery.
  • It is recommended to check compatibility of Curcumall® with chemotherapy

Are there any side effects?

Curcumall® in its liquid form is a high absorption Turmeric supplement that is well absorbed without piperine and thus optimizes the benefits of Turmeric and curcumin without any side effects.

Curcumin has been demonstrated to be safe in human trials even when consumed in high doses for three months. Nonetheless, it is recommended to pay attention to your body’s reaction to curcumin and consult your physician or healthcare practitioner.

Important

In order to ensure coordinated and safe care, inform your health care providers about any complementary and alternative practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health

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