Curcumin Turmeric for Pain and Inflammation

Curcumin Turmeric for Pain and Inflammation

Looking for an all-natural way to fight pain and inflammation? Watch our latest video, where we talk about curcumin turmeric, the problems with it, and how a great new product solves these problems. To learn more, visit

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Carlos Velez says:

Who should use curcumin?

We posted earlier about the benefits of a curcumin supplement like Longvida RD. 

In this video, we get into more detail on the benefits of Curcumin. 

We get into the science a bit to explain how and why you should take curcumin. 

We also get into the safety of curcumin (which is not an issue, by the way). 

Carlos Velez says:

Curcumin: Should everyone take it?

Many people reject curcumin because they don't see how a spice can be useful for so many different conditions. 

The common thread between conditions like arthritis, carpal tunnel, and Crohn's Disease is inflammation.

Inflammation, whether it's caused by internal or external factors, plays a role in nearly all diseases. 

This is why taking a natural, safe anti-inflammatory product like curcumin can be such a benefit to so many people. 

But, there are many challenges with curcumin as an anti-inflammatory supplement, as we talk about in this video. 

The key point is this: It's not as simple as taking curcumin as a drink, or in a cheap capsule. 

Curcumin, when ingested, does not easily enter into our circulation. It needs a little help. 

This is where good curcumin formulas with the right technology can help solve this problem. 

So if you want the anti-inflammatory power that curcumin can provide, stay away from the cheap 1000 capsule bottles and the "super drinks."

Stick with formulas that have the technology to get the curcumin into our circulation where it can actually do some good. 

Carlos Velez says:

This continues to be one of our most popular videos. Lots of folks have questions about curcumin turmeric for pain and inflammation. Hopefully this video answers some of them. 

Carlos Velez says:

We get this question a lot, and we see a lot of articles recommending this approach. Unfortunately, it's simply not going to work.

Curcumin is a very difficult substance to get from the stomach and intestines into the bloodstream. So even if you take 1-2 tablespoons of spice per day, you still don't have the technology necessary to get it across into your system. It just gets passed through.
Also, plain curcumin powder into plain capsules is also ineffective, for the same reason. Waste of $.

jopenny58 says:

Can you get the Turmeric that Grocery Store has and mix it in a glass of water? is it the same?

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