Curcumin IV

This premium IV drip contains a mega dose of Curcumin as well as a mega dose of B vitamins and Vitamin C.


Curcumin IV

From £250.00


This premium IV drip contains a mega dose of Curcumin as well as a mega dose of B vitamins and Vitamin C.

Multi-buy option: Book more than one drip to receive a discount or book as a group of people to reduce the cost of each drip. The group drips will be done simultaneously either at our clinic or at your home/office.


  • Curcumin Mega dose
  • Detoxifying
  • Anti inflammatory
  • Boosts energy


IV curcumin is a natural powerful anti-inflammatory supplement that can help treat discomfort and disease resulting from inflammation in the body including: auto-immune disease flare-ups, leaky gut and IBS, Crohn’s Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis.

What is Curcumin?

Curcumin is one of the most active curcuminoid compounds found in turmeric. A bioactive substance, it is known to have medicinal properties and is renowned for its ability to inhibit and fight inflammation at a molecular level.

What Is the Best Way to Take Curcumin?

The curcumin content of turmeric is only around 3% and as a result, is poorly absorbed into the bloodstream. Taking turmeric as a spice or in a tea is not an effective way to reap the health benefits of curcumin. When taken intravenously, 100% curcumin of the dose given will be absorbed into your blood and body.

Many studies show the positive healing effects of curcumin – 3 examples of these studies can be found below:

A study carried out by Julie S Jurenka, reported that “Based on early cell culture and animal research, clinical trials indicate curcumin may have potential as a therapeutic agent in diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis, arthritis, and chronic anterior uveitis, as well as certain types of cancer.”

Another study looking at the Efficacy of curcumin in the management of chronic anterior uveitis found that patients suffering from this condition could benefit from taking oral doses of Curcumin.

The final study, which looked at anti-inflammatory agents, had results that indicated “that aspirin and ibuprofen are least potent, while resveratrol, curcumin…are the most potent anti-inflammatory and antiproliferative agents of those we studied”.