Curcumin Is Believed to Be a Potentially Therapeutic Veterinary Supplement

16 Sep

Orlando, FL— September 16, 2016 — While animals have different nutritional needs, there are certain nutrients that are beneficial for pets and humans. Turmeric is considered to contain beneficial attributes that are thought to come from its phytochemical called curcumin.

Curcumin is believed to be a potentially therapeutic veterinary supplement. Curcumin is thought to be the most important of all the curcuminoids in turmeric. It is popularized by the potentially beneficial properties it contains.

Curcumin is thought to be helpful to animals in many ways. It could support immune response and may even reduce the negative impacts of stress. It also has the potential to decrease oxidative damage caused by free radicals.

There are many other potential benefits of curcumin. It is believed to help improve gut defense and maintain a healthy digestion. It may also support a normal inflammatory response. Curcumin may also support flexible, comfortable movement.

This ancient herb is believed to support the normal process of detoxification, it could potentially help maintain normal DNA, and may even provide antioxidant support. Curcumin is widely popularized by the unique substances it contains that are believed to contain anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, antiseptic, and anti-carcinogenic properties.

This phytochemical is also believed to protect the lining of endothelial cells, which guards the brain health of pets. This can be extremely helpful since a majority of substances including vitamins are usually unable to cross the blood-brain barrier.  Curcumin is a supplement so rare that it may even be able to cross the blood-brain barrier. It is thought to offer a range of possibilities for the brain health of pets.

It is also important to note that curcumin is also believed to be helpful for arthritis, in dogs and horses. It is believed to be particularly useful to older or performance animals. Curcumin’s believed anti-inflammatory properties are thought to help fight pain and inflammation associated with arthritis.

In Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine, turmeric has been used for thousands of years to potentially fight a range of conditions. Today, it is a natural alternative popularly used through curcumin supplementation.

According to experts, pet owners should understand that while curcumin is believed to be highly beneficial, it has low bioavailability. This means it that the delivery of its nutrients may be limited. The good news is that there are potential bioavailability-enhancing ingredients such as black pepper extract.
“One of the most popular curcumin supplements contains piperine,” said Divine Bounty spokesperson, Melissa Scott.
There are curcumin supplements that contain piperine which is a black pepper extract. Piperine may take care of increasing the delivery of curcumin’s nutrients inside the body.  (

About Divine Bounty:

Divine Bounty is a family-owned brand that manufactures high-quality turmeric curcumin supplements. Passionate about the potential health benefits of turmeric, the team behind Divine Bounty have carefully researched and sourced only the best ingredients to create the ideal blend of turmeric curcumin. More details are available at
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