iHerb Customer Reviews
Better health by preventive planning
9 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2638869 on Jan 12, 2012
We take this supplement based on a book by an organic chemist in NM, whose recommendations have been spot on for a couple years now. That said, we can't pinpoint any definite benefit from using Curcumin 95 other than we feel much better when on our daily regimen. The recent medical tests done for a life insurance upgrade proved we must be doing something right: every reading was in the NORMAL range, for two people in their early 50s, and not on ANY medication. You bet we'll keep taking this!
Curcumin is good
12 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1852029 on Sep 29, 2009
to protect body from inflammation. I am taking this one hour before and again right after the flu shot to calm my immune system's reaction, along with 5000IU D3, Dual C (buffered C), vitamin E (high in gamma tocopherol) & fish oil. I give it four stars since it has a lubricant called magnesium stearate which Dr Dietrick Klinghardt says interferes with nutrient absorption in intestines.
A great antioxidant
18 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2005552 on Jan 06, 2010
Good stuff. Make sure you take with plenty to eat, otherwise it might upset your stomach. As a former employee of MD Anderson Cancer Center, I've seen the power of curcumin first hand.
13 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1910002 on Nov 24, 2008
Modern Science Meets Ancient Faith Modern scientists have examined these largely faith-based claims and have subjected them to rigorous testing over the last 50 years. Although few large-scale human trials have been completed, hundreds of experiments conducted by researchers around the globe have demonstrated curcumin’s ability to halt or prevent certain types of cancer, stop inflammation, improve cardiovascular health, prevent cataracts, kill or inhibit the toxic effects of certain microbes including fungi and dangerous parasites, and protect, at least in the laboratory, against the damaging effects of heterocyclic amines (potentially carcinogenic compounds found in some cooked foods).As one investigative team declared: “[Curcumin] has been proven to exhibit remarkable anticarcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties.”
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2802024 on Mar 21, 2011
recommended in Alternative Newletters to take Cucurmin 95 for any inflammation and Alzeimer disease