Curcumin is an extract from the nutritious turmeric root. It’s been used as a remedy for various ailments in ancient medical systems for thousands of years1, and studies confirm it can help quell pain and inflammation just as well as over the counter pain medications (without the adverse side effects).2
PuraTHRIVE™ Curcumin Gold is your ultimate natural solution for joint pain and inflammation. They’ve combined three of the most potent anti-inflammatory compounds known to man – Curcumin Extract, Algal DHA and Ginger Oil – to help downregulate the inflammatory response and potentially give you lasting relief from nagging aches and pains.2
PuraTHRIVE™ Curcumin Gold gives you unparalleled bioavailability. The patented Micelle Liposomal Delivery protects the delicate anti-inflammatory compounds from breakdown in the digestive tract, improving absorption and delivering a powerful, soothing dose right where you need it.3 4
How it works
Pain Doesn’t Have to be Your “Normal”. You already know that joint pain and inflammation can significantly hamper your quality of life. You try your best to stay positive, but it’s an experience that’s both debilitating and isolating.
Unfortunately, joint pain is a growing epidemic. Every day, millions of people across the globe face sore wrists, aching backs, and painful knees – often struggling to perform simple daily tasks (let alone vigorous physical activity).
Popping over the counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory gels may provide some short-term relief, but you’ve no doubt heard about their long list of potentially harmful side effects – digestive issues and allergic reactions just to name a few.5
It’s reaching a breaking point. You need an effective, natural remedy for your pain, and you need it fast.
Curcumin Gold: Your Natural Solution for Pain & Inflammation
We feel that it’s everyone’s right to experience their true potential, and you should no longer be held back by your pain.
That’s why here at PuraTHRIVE™, we’ve crafted what we believe to be the ultimate concoction to properly support your body’s natural anti-inflammatory processes and put an end to joint dysfunction.
We’ve combined three of the most potent anti-inflammatory compounds known to man – Curcumin, DHA and Ginger – to help soothe the discomfort and help give your joints the support they need. Amongst other things, curcumin blocks NF-kB, a molecule that turns on over 400 genes related to inflammation, so no more long nights and difficult days spent agony.6
And even better news:
We’ve taken extra precautions to ensure none of those precious substances are going to waste, so you get the most potent liquid curcumin blend available today.
Standard curcumin supplements are notoriously hard to absorb, but with added organic glycerin extract and fulvic acid, our patented micellar liposomal delivery method is clinically proven to protect the anti-inflammatory molecules from breakdown in the digestive tract – so they can be safely delivered to the cells that need it most!3 4
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