CurcuSyn

Broad-spectrum wellness support* 

BioPure CurcuSyn

BioPure CurcuSyn® is a synergistic formula of Turmeric, Ginger, Black Pepper, and Oregon Grape. Supports microbiome balance, gastrointestinal, immune, and liver function.* 

$60.00

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BioPure CurcuSyn® is a dynamic combination of four powerful botanicals that have been traditionally used for centuries to support whole-body wellness.* These beneficial ingredients are rich in immune-supportive polyphenols that support immune system regulation, gastrointestinal function and provide a powerful punch against imbalanced microbes.* Turmeric and Ginger root contain a diverse combination of bioactive constituents that support balanced cytokine production and the body’s response to oxidative stressors.* Black Pepper supports gastrointestinal function and the cellular uptake of curcuminoids found in Turmeric.* Oregon Grape is a potent source of berberine, an alkaloid compound that supports microbial balance, liver and gall bladder function.* 

  • Broad-spectrum wellness support* 
  • Supports microbial balance and gastrointestinal function*  
  • Supplies polyphenolic compounds that promote liver and gall bladder function* 
  • Supports immune function and a normalized response to oxidative stress* 
  • Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) has been used for centuries in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine to support digestive and liver function.* 
  • Ginger (Zingiber officinale) contains gingerol, a potent alkaloid that supports digestive health, microbial balance, and the body’s response to oxidative stressors.* 
  • Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) is a bitter herb that supports liver and gallbladder function and is a potent source of berberine, a critical alkaloid that supports microbial balance, liver, and gastrointestinal function.* 
  • Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is one of the most well-known botanical ingredients with a wide range of wellness benefits. It provides gastrointestinal, microbiome, immune, and liver support and supports the body’s response to oxidative stressors.*