Curcumic is the combination of the major bioactive component found in Turmeric called Curcumin and BABI EXTRACT (Bio-Available Botanics Ingredient), a combination of Bioperene in special ratio with Trikatu (The Three Pungents of Ayurveda).

Curcumin is a polyphenol with anti-inflammatory properties and the ability to increase the amount of antioxidants that the body produces. This in turn attributes Curcumin with multilevel health benefits when used as supplement but Curcumin when consumed alone is not absorbed into the body completely and hence does not yield optimal benefits. Hence it has to be combined with BABI EXTRACT to improve its bioavailability.


  • Reduce inflammation
  • Helps to Boost immunity
  • Improves Joint and Heart Health
  • Prevents Infections and Allergies
  • Prevents Diabetes and Arthritis
  • Prevents Alzheimer’s disease



Trikatu is a combination of equal parts of the fruits of Black Pepper (Piper nigrum), Long Pepper (Piper longum) and the rhizomes of Ginger (Zingiber officinale), which has been used extensively in Ayurvedic formulations.  Studies have proven that Trikatu delays metabolism and eventual excretion of the active ingredient that it combines with, which in effect increases the absorption of the later. Hence the combination of Trikatu itself boosts the availability of Curcumin for absorption. In the BABI EXTRACT  extract, Trikatu has been enriched with Bioperene which is a standardized amount of piperine, the bioactive ingredient in black pepper, to a minimum of 95%. As piperine enhances curcumin absorption in the body by up to 2000%, combining the BABI EXTRACT  magnifies their effects

Curcumic is thus a premium blend of Curcumin with BABI EXTRACT, which rightly substantiates “EAT LESS AND GAIN MORE”

  • Homogenous blend of Curcumin and BABI EXTRACT


Recommended Daily

  • 1-3 servings/day after food or as advised.




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