November 24, 2015, NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – Verdure Sciences’ Longvida® Optimized Curcumin was awarded the US Patent 9192644 by the United States Patent Office for “Curcuminoid formulations having enhanced bioavailability…”, as discovered by researchers with University of California – Los Angeles, USA.
The awarded patent now accompanies EP Patent 1993365 to further validate Longvida® Optimized Curcumin. The basis for the US Patent was long list of university and clinical research, as well as international research, that expands upon the original patent.
Research aided the process indicating the enhanced bioavailability of Longvida and its potential to support cognitive health. The data was published online within the United States Patent Office Patent Full-Text and Image Datapase¹.
To have this continued validation is tremendous, and truly a testament to the caliber of this ingredient, for which the company is excited. Verdure Sciences is selective in developing and partnering with researchers. It is a long awaited confirmation to further back a safe and effective product.
About Longvida®: Patented Longvida® Optimized Curcumin was developed by Verdure Sciences® in collaboration with UCLA neuroscientists with over ten years of bioavailability, efficacy, and safety testing. Longvida® has blazed new paths in brain research, supported by preclinical and clinical trials. Longvida®’s SLCP™ Technology is able to reach its target tissues to offer therapeutic levels of free curcumin at a low daily dose. Visit longvida.com for more information.
About Verdure Sciences®: Verdure Sciences manages ingredient innovation throughout the integration of supply network, production, and research platforms. With an expanding pipeline of proprietary, standardized botanical ingredients supported by pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic, and clinical research profiles, we work toward our unified vision to offer access to safe, effective ingredient solutions to populations worldwide. Visit vs-corp.com for more information.
¹Frautschy SA, Cole GM. (2015) US Patent No. 9,192,644. Washington DC: United States Patent Office.
† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Longvida (Patent EP 1993365, US Patent 9192644; additional patents pending) and Verdure Sciences are registered trademarks of Verdure Sciences Inc. SLCP and SLP are trademarks of Verdure Sciences Inc. All Rights Reserved. ©2016 Verdure Sciences.