You are correct. I went to http://www.curcuminforhealth.com/the-difference-between-turmeric-and-curcumin/ to see exactly what the difference was between Curcuma longa and curcumin. Curcuma longa, which is what Dr. Danielle sells, is the name of the Turmeric root. The website stated: “Natural curcumin accounts for around 2-5% of the rhizome’s content. That means, large amounts of turmeric powder would be required to obtain an effective and substantial dose of curcumin. This is the principal reason why curcumin supplements are manufactured in the first place.”
So the buyers of Dr. Danielle product, think they are getting 95% Curcumin that is obtain in most Turmeric Supplements but with Dr. Danielle product only has 2% of curcumin.
Mary E. Clarke
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