Curcumin Max


Exercise, stress and diet can all cause inflammation. Curcumin Max is a recovery supplement that supports a healthy inflammation response with holistic, plant-based actives. Get the all-stars of recovery in a supplement: boswellia, ginger, stephania and a whole turmeric complex that is absorbed 10 times better than standard curcumin powder.

  • Drug-free healthy inflammation response
  • Combat oxidative stress
  • Brain Octane Oil for smart absorption 
  • Supports joints and mobility 



  • Supported recovery after exercise
  • Support your body’s healthy inflammation response
  • Support joints and mobility



  • Clinically-backed turmeric and curcumin complex, stephania, ginger, and boswellia for a complementary effect
  • Brain Octane Oil softgel supports absorption of key fat-soluble compounds


How To Use

Take two softgels daily with food. Good for post-exercise discomfort and before or after and intense workout. 



Support a healthy inflammation response with 10 times the absorption of standard curcumin powders

Patent pending whole-turmeric Curcumin complex enhanced with time-tested, clinically studied Chinese and Ayurvedic herbs to deliver a multi-angle approach for the most potent effect you can get.


  • Curcumin Max contains a patent pending whole-tumeric curcumin complex so that your body can get the full effect of the active compounds.


  • Contains active compounds shown to maintain normal cytokine production, supporting a healthy inflammation response. It has also shown the ability to support joint health. 


  • A go-to ingredient among traditional healers for a range of needs, this warming herb has thousands of uses ranging from enhancing culinary flavor to supporting healthy mobility. 


  • While it is a lesser-known ingredient in western medicine, it is among the 50 fundamental herbs used in Traditional Chinese medicine. Its use has show unique effects on a healthy inflammation response. 

Brain Octane Oil

  • High-quality fats in Brain Octane Oil further support absorption of fat-soluble molecules. 

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