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Trusted by 700+ Doctors

Over 700 doctors and pharmacists recommend CuraLin to their patients. These include top endocrinologists and faculty members of medical universities. Many of these doctors also take CuraLin themselves! Here are just a few of the doctors working with CuraLin:

Dr. Michael Binder

Functional doctor, author of Cracking The Diabetic Code.

Dr. Nancy Russell

Internal Medicine Specialist, North Kansas City Hospital

Prof. Itamar Raz

World renouned diabetes expert with over 400 published peer-reviewed studies.

Dr. Sarah Brewer

Functional doctor, diabetes expert, and author of over 60 books on personal health.

In the cases I've seen, patients typically start to experience results within the first few days when starting CuraLin.

Dr. Sarah Brewer

CuraLin can make a big change in the lives of patients. It is safe and effective in supporting Hemoglobin A1C levels.

Prof. Itamar Raz

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CuraLin’s clinical results were published in peer-reviewed medical journals. The studies scientifically demonstrate CuraLin’s efficacy and favorable safety profile.
100,000 customers now use CuraLin as part of their blood sugar maintenence routines.

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What Makes CuraLin Work?

Powerful herbal ingredients work together to support 18 key body functions needed for effective blood sugar support. Building on hundreds of years of holistic practice, CuraLin is the most effective blend of herbal ingredients and science. CuraLin is a clinically tested formula that’s 100% guaranteed to work or your money back.

CuraLin’s 9 Ingredients

and mechanisms for supporting healthy glucose & A1C:

Turmeric

Is a widely used traditional root for blood glucose support. It contains curcumin which promotes healthy blood glucose levels and tolerance to pancreas signals. It also supports the immune system.

Swertia Chirata

Is a beautiful, purple flower that contains active compounds that promote cellular glucose metabolism, support the release of secretions from the pancreas, and keep a healthy rate of glucose absorption in the digestive system.

Bitter Melon

Is traditionally used to support glucose metabolic sensitivity and healthy pancreatic function.

Cinnamomum Zeylanicum

Promotes healthy pancreas signal sensitivity & release and helps maintain healthy fasting glucose and A1c levels. Cinnamon also supports healthy weight loss and a healthy feeling nervous system.

Picrorhiza Kurroa

Is a stem from the Himalayas that helps the liver’s management of toxins, and supports proper function, which in turn helps to promote glucose metabolism and natural weight management.

Amla

Is rich in tannins, which support the pancreas and promote the healthy function of damaged cells.

Syzygium Cumini

Is a popular supplement in Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine for people seeking glucose support. It contains active compounds that support normal liver function and normal glucose levels.

Fenugreek

Is rich in special fibers that support pancreas signal production, release and usage. It also maintains a healthy rate of carbohydrate absorption in the digestive system!

Gymnema Sylvestre

Cuts through carb cravings! This plant is also known as “gurmar”, a meaning “sugar destroyer”. It contains molecules similar in shape to glucose, so they fill sugar receptors on the taste buds, reducing cravings and keeping carbohydrate absorption to a healthy rate.

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FAQ

How much CuraLin do I need to take?
The recommended usage of CuraLin is to take 1-2 capsules 30 minutes after each meal. Maximum 6 capsules per day. CuraLin is easy to take.
When should I be taking CuraLin?
For the best results, the recommended usage is to take 1-2 capsules of CuraLin 30 minutes after your meals (maximus 6 capsules per day).
How does each ingredient work?
Each ingredient does a little something different to promote health in the 18 key body functions needed for glucose support.

Turmeric

Also known as Curcuma Longa, Turmeric has been used in Eastern medicinal systems for hundreds of years to help people maintain healthy glucose levels though healthy insulin tolerance.

Swertia Chirata

The active ingredients help the pancreatic cells release insulin, reduce absorption of glucose from the digestive system and improve the intracellular metabolism of glucose.

Bitter Melon

Also known as Karela or Momordica Charantia, Bitter Melon is traditionally used by diabetes in Eastern medicinal systems. Its mechanism of action promotes healthy physiological function in damaged pancreatic cells, supports glucose absorption, and the sensitivity of the muscle cells to insulin.

Cinnamomum Zeylanicum

Cinnamon has many benefits, including supporting healthy glucose absorption & metabolism, promoting healthy insulin release, circulation & sensitivity, and maintaining healthy levels of gluconeogenesis. It also supports healthy weight loss, promotes healthy HbA1c and fasting blood sugar, healthy cholesterol levels, and promotes a healthy nervous system.

Picrorhiza Kurroa

The active compounds in Pirorhiza Kurroa act as an anti-oxidant and promotes healthy liver function (protecting it from toxins). This supports healthy glucose tolerance and helps people maintain a healthy weight.

Amla

Also known as Indian gooseberry or Emblica Officinalis, the active property in Amla is Tannoid, which helps support the physiological function of pancreatic cells.

Syzygium Cumini

Also known as Eugenia Jambolana, the active components in Syzygium Cumini supports a healthy physiological function in the liver, creating a reservoir of glucose macromolecules, thereby helping maintain healthy fasting blood glucose levels.

Fenugreek

Also known as Trigonella Foenum Graecum, Fenugreek contains fibers that promotes insulin production, release & sensitivity. Fenugreek also helps support a healthy rate of carbohydrate absorption in the digestive system.

Gymnema Sylvestre

Gymnema Sylvestre has many active compounds including Saponin, which is known to help manage cravings for carbohydrate. Metabolically, it encourages healthy insulin release.

Is there a discount if I order more than one bottle?
Yes! You can save substantially by ordering a 3 pack of CuraLin. Check out the pricing section of this page for more information.
How do I get my money back in line with your return policy?
Easy! We have a no questions asked policy. Just shoot us a message at hello@curalife.com, or call our 24/7 phone support and we’ll take care of your request:
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How long does shipping take?
You will get a tracking number as soon as your order ships so that you can see exactly where your package is. Most orders in the continental USA arrive between 2-5 days after placing the order (depending on where in the US you live). Orders from the UK take an average of 7-8 days to arrive. Orders from Australia and the Asia Pacific Region can take a bit longer. Our official policy is that shipping can take 7-28 business days, but that’s just because of the uncertainty of shipping times these days. Your order will almost always arrive much faster than that, and your tracking number will always keep you up to date.
Will I be able to track my order?
Yes! Every CuraLin order comes with a tracking number. You will be able to see where your package is any time you want – from the moment it ships, until the moment it reaches your home.
Can I buy CuraLin in pharmacies and grocery stores?
We’re still working on getting CuraLin on the shelves of all the major US pharmacies. That’s part of our 2022 plan. For now, the best place to order CuraLin is online, though this page!
Internationally, CuraLin is already sold through channels is over 50 countries, including the UK, Italy, Austria, and other EU member states.

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