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SomaLeaf CBD Turmeric delivers you the highest quality ingredients in a highly bioavailable form. Each batch is tested for purity and potency, so you can be assured you are getting a clean product, which delivers the results you are looking for. Our patented liposomal technology ensures the active ingredients are readily available for absorption so you can benefit from all CBD and Turmeric have to offer.

Turmeric ancient medicinal use

Ingredients & Usage

Turmeric ancient history of medicinal use

Take 8 pumps of SomaLeaf Liposomal CBD Turmeric each night before bed (or throughout the day as needed).

Enjoy straight, under the tongue, in a small glass of water or mixed into an 8 oz. glass of juice. It can also be added to your favorite smoothie.

Gently shake before using.

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