Turmeric Dosage Guide

Learn the benefits of the turmeric plant and about how much of the active compound, curcumin, you should take.

What is Curcumin?

Curcumin is the primary bioactive compound found in tumeric

Curcumin, the main active compound found in turmeric, is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, that may help support overall health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

Why Take Curcumin with CBD?

Curcumin and CBD provide a powerful response to inflammation

Combining CBD with curcumin may enhance anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, potentially boosting overall wellness and providing complementary benefits for joint health, pain management, and overall immune support.

What Makes NextEvo Curcumin Better?

Our proprietary SmartSorb™ technology ensures maximum absorption

Our team of scientists and doctors developed SmartSorb™ Technology to make CBD and curcumin work with your body so that more can get absorbed. Better absorption means that you can get more of the benefits without taking more than your body needs.

How Much Curcumin Should I Take?

Our recommended daily dosage of curcumin tumeric extract is 500mg. This recommendation is linked to clinically supported data on proper dosage. As will all supplements, we encourage you to consult with a healthcare professional before beginning a supplement regimen.

Boost Your Curcumin Experience

The following are a few best practices to keep in mind when
embarking on a supplement regimen that will help you get the most out of your curcumin experience.

Curcumin Can Support Your Health Journey

Curcumin works best as a supplement to a complete health routine that includes proper sleep, nutrition, and self-care, allowing you to elevate your well-being and embrace a better quality of life.

How Curcumin Provides Relief

CBD has gained significant attention for its potential benefits in various aspects of well-being, including relaxation, sleep, inflammation/workout recovery, focus, and other aspects of daily wellness:

**It is always recommended that you speak with your healthcare provider before beginning a CBD regimen.

***Not Recommended: CBD Oil and CBD Vaping - Because the human body is mostly water, CBD oil does not absorb well and may have little to no effect on the user. Additionally, vaping CBD is not recommended due to potential risks, such as lung damage and an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease.