Curcumin is an extract of the spice turmeric and benefits nearly every organ system in the body. It can help support brain, breast, pancreas, and even colon health, as well as promote healthy cell division and a healthy inflammatory response. Which is why no whole body health regimen is complete without it. While curcumin is typically poorly absorbed, Super Bio-Curcumin® features BCM-95®, a patented curcumin that absorbs up to 7 times better than standard curcumin supplements.

Benefits at a Glance

  • Up to 7 times more absorbable than conventional curcumin supplements
  • Whole-body health benefits for nearly every organ system
  • Inhibits inflammatory factors like NF-kappaB protein molecule
  • Promotes healthy cell division and healthy inflammatory response
  • Promotes healthy immune system function
  • Helps maintain healthy digestive function 

Ideal nutrient for whole body health 

A polyphenol nutrient found in the spice turmeric, curcumin benefits nearly every organ system in the body.1-6Curcumin extract continues to impress scientists with its remarkable and many-faceted health benefits. A component of ancient Ayurvedic medicine, curcumin extract inhibits inflammatory factors in the body.7 It also helps support digestive function, supports immune system health,8,9 and more. In addition, some studies indicate that curcumin can help maintain normal, healthy platelet function.10-13

Curcumin inhibits overexpression of NF-kappB inflammatories

Curcumin promotes your body’s healthy response to inflammation by inhibiting key inflammatory factors such as NF-kappaB, a protein molecule that acts like an “on-switch” in genes that govern the body’s pro-inflammatory responses. Curcumin has been shown to exert powerful inhibitory effects on NF-kappaB activation.14-19

Curcumin also inhibits the metabolism of arachidonic acid, as well as the activities of cyclooxygenase, lipoxygenase, and cytokines (interleukins and tumor necrosis factors).20-23 Other clinical trials suggest that curcumin can promote healthy bowel function and joint health.24-34

Immune system and brain function health

Curcumin extract promotes immune system health by inhibiting histamine release from mast cells.35-38 Curcumin can also benefit your mind: In some studies, curcumin supported healthy brain function and offered neuro-protective benefits.39-49

Pancreas support and free radical defense

Curcumin supports pancreatic function by encouraging pancreatic islet health.50-55 Curcumin’s multifaceted benefits even include antioxidant50,56 protection and hormone balance support. Research indicates curcumin can help protect against estrogen-mimicking chemicals,57-62 help protect against free radicals, and promote normal cell cycle growth.

A highly-absorbable curcumin supplement

While it’s difficult to get adequate levels of curcumin into the bloodstream, Super Bio-Curcumin® utilizes a patented curcumin formulation called BCM-95® to get up to 7 times more curcumin compound into your bloodstream than conventional curcumin supplements. 

Studies show that just one 400 mg capsule of Super Bio-Curcumin® with BCM-95® per day provides curcumin blood concentrations equivalent to 2,500 mg of typical 95% curcumin products. Try Super Bio-Curcumin® today, and get all the curcumin your body needs (as well as other beneficial turmeric compounds) in one convenient, cost-effective supplement!

Bio-Curcumin® and BCM-95® are registered trademarks of Dolcas-Biotech, LLC. U.S. Patent Nos. 7,883,728,7,736,679, and 7,879,373.


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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 vegetarian capsule

Amount Per Serving

BCM-95® Bio-Curcumin® turmeric 25:1 extract (root) [std. to 95% Total Curcuminoids Complex with Essential Oils of Turmeric Rhizome by HPLC (380 mg)]

400 mg

Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, silica.


Bio-Curcumin® and BCM-95® are registered trademarks of Dolcas-Biotech, LLC. U.S. Patent Nos. 7,883,728, 7,736,679 and 7,879,373.

Dosage and Use
  • Take one (1) capsule daily with food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.

Do not take if you have gallbladder problems or gallstones. If you are taking anti-coagulant or anti-platelet medications, or have a bleeding disorder, consult your healthcare provider before taking this product.

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