Question & Answer - Curamin & Curamed

Curamin & Curamed

September 18, 2018

Dr. Henry Cheng

Q: Can enzyme preparations serve as pain killers and anti-inflammatory agents?

A.: When taken in adequate doses enzymes have anti-inflammatory properties. It should be noted that the ordinary digestive enzyme preparations are sensitive to the acidity in the stomach or they are simply too weak. A new preparation called BCM-95 developed by Terry Naturally has been shown to be 10 times stronger than the ordinary curcumin (tumeric) extract and is marketed under the trade names of CURAMED®. A related product called CURAMIN® even has additional Boswellia and DL-phenylalanine that are pain relievers. Both products had produced remarkable results in arthritis and muscle-tendon problems.