To ensure that our customers receive the full therapeutic potential of turmeric (Curcuma longa), we offer optimal concentration of turmeric curcumin extract. Combined with BioPerine, our formula is designed for maximum nutrient absorption.
PureNature Turmeric is a natural support to*: Joint health, Healthy Aging, Inflammation, Immune system, Cardiovascular health and more.
PureNature Turmeric is an all-natural herbal dietary supplement made from a potent blend of turmeric curcumin extract and BioPerine black pepper extract. It’s a blend specially designed to increase the body’s antioxidant activities to better deal with health problems associated with aging. The antioxidant properties of PureNature Turmeric target free radicals, a known trigger for several human diseases.*
What is BioPerine?*
BioPerine® is sourced out of black pepper, having BioPerine “in the right place at the right time” in the digestive tract with supplemented nutrient results in enhanced absorption. A purified extract of piperine is necessary to get the increased absorption.
How to take PureNature Turmeric Curcumin? PureNature Turmeric Curcumin comes with 60 easy-to-swallow veggie capsules per bottle. We recommend 2 capsules daily, 20-30 minutes before your meals with a full glass of water.
Turmeric Curcumin - The health benefits of turmeric can be attributed to the compound known as curcumin. Curcumin is a naturally occurring bioactive polyphenol that can be extracted from the turmeric plant and its root. Typically, an unprocessed turmeric root contains minimal curcumin (2-5%). To receive the optimal benefits of curcumin, one would have to ingest a large amount of unstandardized turmeric powder. To ensure the potency of PureNature Turmeric Curcumin, our formula contains a concentration of extracted curcumin that is standardized for 95% curcuminoids.
BioPerine (Black Pepper Extract) - BioPerine, a patented piperine extract from black pepper, enhances the bio-availability of turmeric curcumin. When turmeric curcumin is ingested without BioPerine, the liver immediately breaks it down in a process referred to as glucuronidation. BioPerine halts this process and enhances the absorption of turmeric curcumin in the body. BioPerine is essential in delivering the full benefits of turmeric curcumin.
Does PureNature Turmeric contain BioPerine? Yes! Our formula contains BioPerine to enhance the bio-availability of turmeric curcumin.
What is the recommended dose for PureNature Turmeric? Take 2 capsules daily, 20-30 minutes before your meals with a full glass of water.
Is PureNature Turmeric all-natural? Yes! PureNature Turmeric Curcumin has an all-natural formula, and it is 100% plant-based.
Is PureNature Turmeric vegetarian? Yes! This formula contains pure botanical ingredients in an easy to swallow vegetarian capsules.
What is PureNature Turmeric return policy? PureNature offers a 1-year (365 days) full refund from the date of purchase. We have a 24/7 customer service to assist our customers with any concerns. Please contact 1-888-457-6441 with any questions.
We strive to provide our customers with safe and all-natural formulas. Our manufacturing facility is FDA registered, and all our supplements are in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). All our products also carry a certificate of analysis from an independent third-party lab indicating that they are safe. We stand behind our product and assure their quality.
**Individual Results May Vary.
Our Scientific Literature on Turmeric Curcumin: There are numerous scientific papers on the benefits of turmeric curcumin in addressing various diseases. We have compiled some of the literature for your convenience. Other keywords: Tumeric Piperine
 Farooqui, A.A. 2016. Therapeutic potentials of curcumin for Alzheimer disease. http://public.eblib.com/choice/publicfullrecord.aspx?p=4438938.
 Gupta, S.C., Patchva, S., and Aggarwal, B.B. 2013. Therapeutic roles of curcumin. Lessons learned from clinical trials. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3535097/#CR10
 Shen LR, LD Parnell, JM Ordovas, and CQ Lai. 2013. "Curcumin and aging". BioFactors (Oxford, England). 39 (1).
 Shoba G et al. (1998). Influence of piperine on the pharmacokinetics of curcumin in animals and human volunteers. Planta Med. 64 (4), 353-6.
 Sikora, E., Scapagnini, G., and Barbagallo, M. 2010. Curcumin, inflammation, ageing and age-related diseases. Immun. Ageing 7, 1–4.