- What is the difference between Turmeric and Curcumin?
A commonly asked and misunderstood question; turmeric is the raw root, the plant you, or in this case we, pull out of the ground. Curcumin is the active ingredient of Turmeric, the part that we extract. This can all be compared to how lemon is the raw fruit, and Vitamin C is the active ingredient.
Curcumin is the healthy part you actually want and turmeric powder has only 3%-5% curcumin included. You need to eat a lot of turmeric to get the full health benefits.
- Are there any negative side effects of Curcumin?
So far, research has shown that there are no negative side effects of curcumin. However, consuming more than 2,000 mg per day can lead to diarrhea and headaches. Our daily doses are only max 1,350 mg.
- Why is pepper and oil necessary for consuming Curcumin?
The pepper and oil are absolutely necessary so that the body can efficiently absorb the curcumin. Taking only a small pinch of black pepper and oil, the absorption rate shoots up by a whopping 2000%!
- How much Curcumin can my body handle?
The recommended Daily Dosage is 1,000-1,500 mg of Curcumin, this is exactly how much each of our doses contain, so you can rest assured that our product is safe for you.
- Is Curcumin safe for pets?
Research suggests that Curcumin is not only safe, but also beneficial for animals as much as humans. But we still suggest getting specially made products for your pets, rather than feeding them our powder.
- What illnesses can I take Curcumin for?
Curcumin has proven to may be helpful in preventing and treating many different types of diseases. For a list of 12 potential benefits of Curcumin, visit,