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Clinically studied curcumin is combined with turmeric essential oil for enhanced absorption and provides a primary response to occasional pain due to exercise and overuse.
Uniquely formulated boswellia for up to 10 times higher levels of key compounds than plain boswellia to provide better pain relief.
DLPA (DL-phenylalanine) helps support the effects of endorphins and enkephalins—the “feel good” chemicals in your body.
Nattokinase helps promote blood flow, aiding the other ingredients in Curamin Extra Strength Caffeine to reach all areas of the body. Caffeine may be a key factor to help relieve occasional pain. It affects the central nervous system and targets receptors in the brain that play an important role in pain sensation.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why include caffeine in this formula?
Caffeine has been clinically studied for its support of pain relief. It addresses the sensation of pain directly by working with receptors in the body.
How much caffeine is in each serving?
Each tablet only contains 50 mg. That’s about half of what you’d find in a cup of brewed coffee and about as much in a strong cup of tea. So, taking Curamin Extra Strength + Caffeine at the suggested serving sized of 3 tablets would be equivalent to about one and a half cups of coffee, or 150 mg.
What makes the boswellia in Curamin Extra Strength different from unstandardized boswellia extracts?
The boswellia in this formula is uniquely standardized to provide more AKBA - boswellia’s most beneficial compound - and virtually no compounds that could interfere with herb’s benefits.
Does Nattokinase contain Vitamin K?
No. Nattokinase is an isolated and purified enzyme extract from natto (a fermented soybean food), which does not contain vitamin K.
Is there a difference between Curamin Extra Strength + Caffeine and curcumin?
Yes. Curcumin is the beneficial compound found in the turmeric plant. Curamin Extra Strength + Caffeine is the name of the product which contains clinically studied curcumin and boswellia, combined with DLPA, nattokinase, and of course, caffeine.