Qunol Liquid Turmeric Review – A Little Dirty Secret

Marketing  |  Ingredients  |  Side Effects  |  Reviews  |  Pricing  |  Ranking  |  Overall  |

According to the Qunol Liquid Turmeric reviews posted by customers, this has been a very tasty way of adding Turmeric benefits to their lifestyle. Many have found that this supplement helps remarkably with their joint health, overall inflammation, and pain relief. Others even go as far as to say that this is a miracle liquid. Truly many love this product.

So, in this Qunol Liquid Turmeric review, we’ll explore this liquid-based Curcumin thing in its utmost entirety.

Hence, the idea is to be no extension of the manufacturer’s marketing or other similar nonsense. This is all going to be about what I feel is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. And we’ll do that in assessing for marketing, ingredients, side effects (additives), customer feedback, and pricing. We’ll do it the truth-seeking way.

Marketing | This Qunol Curcumin Does Do Marketing Quite A Bit

According to the manufacturer, Qunol Liquid Turmeric (in its full name Qunol Liquid Turmeric Extra Strength Turmeric Curcumin Complex) is a supplement that “provides one of nature’s best-kept secrets, curcuminoids, a group of antioxidants that supports healthy inflammation response associated with physical overexertion.” Plus, per their words “Curcumin can also play a major role in supporting joint health” [R].

The product page itself is decent and rather brief. I like that it’s not too overloaded with text, and there’s plenty of white space which is great for readability.

Qunol Liquid Turmeric Review

On that note, it does, however, make use of marketing quite a bit.

There’s the notion of subscribing to monthly shipments and getting a discount. And then, we can save more if we order 3+ bottles.

Additionally, there’s also a section for Qunol Liquid Turmeric reviews which is overwhelmingly positive. Plus, there’s also this vague notion of 99% of respondents recommending the product.

Another rather annoying or unnecessary aspect is that of there being two different product pages (different URLs) with the exact same information copy-paste. Kind of reminds me of PureNature Turmeric Curcumin (review), only that one was not as strictly a duplicate.

As far as the claimed benefits go, their kind of definition of the product (the one at the start of this section) mentions a few already. But there’s also a benefits section where somewhat completely unnecessary they list everything once again. The only other thing is the promise of high quality. Which, by the way, is as vague as they come and most all supplements will claim that.

I mean, sure, they promise quality. But then, we don’t find any third-party certifications or, God forbid, third-party testing with this. Which is 100% unlike what we’ve seen with true quality supplements like Nutrigold Turmeric Curcumin Gold (review) and many others.

In addition to all that, they don’t provide any free-of claims. Which is quite uncommon with Turmeric Curcumin supplements in general. But it does say to be Vegetarian-Friendly and suitable for diabetics.

With that in mind, really, the only thing somewhat going for them is this promise of it being an Extra Strength formula and it having improved absorption. Other than that, I think it doesn’t look that amazing despite the product page having a rather good first impression.

Ingredients | Turmeric Aspect Is Fine But The Rest Is Not So Much

Two of the ideas that Qunol Liquid Turmeric leads with are that, first, each serving contains a patented Turmeric Curcumin formulation which provides 95% Curcuminoids and that, second, other Curcumin options out there may only bring 5% Curcuminoids to the table. While both may sound in favor of the supplement, I believe they might give off the wrong impression.

Meaning, the way I see it, they’re implying that it’s common to come across supplements that are quite scarce in Curcuminoids whereas this one is very abundant. I mean, sure, there definitely is a fair share of 5% supplements out there. However, the 95% ones are not that rare at all. In fact, I feel they are far more common than those 5% things [R, R, R, R, R].

Qunol Liquid Turmeric Extra Strength Turmeric Curcumin Complex Ingredients (Supplement Facts)So, what does this Liquid Turmeric of Qunol exactly consist of?

Per serving (one tablespoon), it offers 1000 milligrams of patented Curcumin extract consisting of 95% Curcuminoids. This gets coupled with 1209 milligrams of Proprietary Turmeric Support Complex that consists of Glycerine, Acacia Gum, Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum, Ascorbic Acid, and Black Pepper Extract.

What regards the Turmeric amounts, that’s a decent approach for a typical Turmeric Curcumin supplement. Hence, it should be a viable alternative if it’s truly just generally improved and augmented by a patented version of things. But as for that proprietary blend, I’ve no idea what to make of it [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

On one hand, it’s kind of a necessary addition given that Black Pepper extract is known to improve Curcumin’s absorption by 2000%. Meaning, it’s a must. But on the other hand, the way I see it, adding Glycerine, Acacia Gum, Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum as beneficial (active) ingredients makes little to no sense. Unless I’m profoundly missing something neither of these can offer any significant benefits [R, R, R, R, R].

I mean, frankly, there are so many herbs, proteins, oils, and all kinds of other beneficial substances that would make a far better addition.

A Likely Dirty Secret Of TheirsSo, why are these here exactly?

Well, I think it’s probably a little dirty secret of theirs.

Take, for example, any other supplement. They use these substances as additives, namely, necessary ingredients for the making of those supplements.

Now, look at the Qunol Liquid Turmeric. It uses them to supposedly grant benefits.

I mean, don’t get me wrong. Many of them (if not almost all) I would consider mildly beneficial. Hence, great for their primary and common use as additives. But quite miserable if we’re depending on them for benefits [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Therefore, I’m not really fond of that Proprietary Turmeric Support Complex. I believe it might be there to create the impression that the product is much more beneficial than it actually is. Namely, all about creating a sense that it provides more value than it genuinely does.

I mean, granted, these ingredients might contribute to things of the patented Turmeric Curcumin formulation but still. These ingredients do not belong in the beneficial ingredients section. Certainly, not at the rather low combined amounts.

Side Effects | To Review Additives, I Don’t Like This Product Very Much

Side effects are typically the product of additives. Hence, one would think that with four ingredients that, essentially, are additives but being listed as beneficial ingredients there’s pretty much nothing to be listed for the other ingredients section. But that’s not the case with Qunol Liquid Turmeric at all.

For additives, this supplement has Water, Natural Flavor, Citric Acid, Luo Han Guo Extract, and Potassium Sorbate. But given that added ingredients of this kind aren’t always the most harmless, are these okay to embrace [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R]?

Water Is Also In Their Additive Line-UpGenerally speaking, Luo Han Guo, also known as Monk Fruit (a natural and actually healthy sweetener) is typically a harbinger of high quality. But while that may be true as far as avoiding sugar contents go, it’s not the truth all and throughout [R, R, R, R, R].

Many see Natural Flavors as a good sign. But, in reality, it’s only a good thing if the manufacturing practices used for the product are top-notch. And as far as Qunol Liquid Turmeric goes, I’m not that convinced [R, R, R, R, R, R].

I mean, their about us page is as superficial, vague, self-proclaimed as they come. And I wouldn’t trust that. Plus, the way I see it, they’re not even emphasizing the quality; it’s more about absorption for them.

Then, Citric Acid is a substance naturally found in all living things and in citrus fruits. However, the modern and cheap approach is that it’s commonly created from GMO material [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

That’s one of the dangers with it, one that I’m 99% certain plagues also this Qunol Turmeric. I mean, since it doesn’t contain a claim of being Non-GMO, can we really depend on Citric Acid not being of that material? No. We shouldn’t. There’s just too big of a chance for it to be exactly that [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Hence, side effects like muscular pain, shortness of breath, stiffness, stomach aches, swelling, weakened immune system, and joint pain are possible. The last one I find really ironic since the Liquid Curcumin of this review is created to battle that purpose (and the others as well with its anti-inflammation properties) [RRRR].

Whereas with Potassium Sorbate, there is no 1%-guessing involved in terms of harmful or not. Well, okay maybe there is because we will find people that advocate both sides of the argument for this.

However, I believe there is far more evidence (and some studies) that this substance can actually create problems. Creating stuff like allergic reactions, nutrient deficiencies, DNA damage, and even cancer are just some of those that can happen [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

All in all, I feel that in the additives aspect, the Qunol Liquid Turmeric is definitely far from ideal.

Reviews | I Think That The Bad Reviews Do Say It All

Many manufacturers tend to alter, adjust, and edit the review sections available on their websites. This typically leads to examples like Bio Swartz Turmeric Curcumin (review) or Vimerson Health Turmeric Curcumin (review). Namely, they have a bunch of customer feedback on their respective product pages. And all of it or almost all of it is overwhelmingly positive.

But, frankly, that’s just not possible given that even the most successful, beneficial, helpful products always get their fair share of negative ratings as well. It’s kind of like the basic laws of physics. It’s unavoidable.

And so, with the supplement of this review, it is definitely a similar case. Because out of the total of 6,321 Qunol Liquid Turmeric reviews I did found on their product page, 6,188 were positive and only 133 were negatives. Which is busted in terms of the global success rates. To do the math, they’re supposedly sitting at 97.9%.

Qunol Liquid Turmeric Customer FeedbackBut the actual success rate is nowhere near that good.

Meaning, going all out and looking at all customer feedback I could find online by third-party sellers and retailers, I managed to find a total of 1,479 Qunol Liquid Turmeric customer reviews. Of these, 1,340 were positive whereas 139 were not happy with the purchase.

The ratio leaves us at 90.6%. Which is decent but shouldn’t be considered too high when talking about Turmeric Curcumin supplements.

On that note, it has to also be mentioned that success rates definitely aren’t everything. In fact, we should never buy a supplement just because it has good reviews (9 out of 10 people like it). First, even third-party ones can be manipulated. Second, they are typically posted by innocently ignorant people (which are more about what it feels than what it contains).

And there are plenty more factors that feed into that.

To that end, I believe the global success rate only matters if the beneficial ingredients and the additives are actually great. Even more so, because I’ve seen far too many supplements having this problem. The problem of great success rates but terrible constituents. And the former certainly doesn’t make up for the latter.

Other than that, the negative comments pointed to tons of stomach aches and diarrhea. For others, it made their joint pain worse. Whereas for others more, it did nothing at all. And then, some people pointed to the fact that the product we can buy on Amazon isn’t the real deal, that it feels watered down when compared to the supplement we can get at a physical store. On at least one occasion hard ground plastic particles were left in the product.

Pricing | Pricing Is Okay But It Is Not Great Compared To The Best

In this Qunol Liquid Turmeric review, we absolutely have to look at one more practical aspect. Which is pricing. On that note, I believe it’s an aspect that is kind of a deciding factor because no one will ever be interested in the most awesome supplement if the price for it is absolutely unreasonable. But to this end, what can be considered reasonable is quite an intangible, open-for-interpretation type of thing.

So, per container of 40 servings, the supplement of this review costs typically $27.99. Hence, per serving, it costs about 70.0 cents.

This is also the value we will be using when comparing it with its rivals because it’s built on a rather similar basis. Namely, the basis of 95% Curcuminoids, only done so in a patented way. Which may inherently suggest that it might be, to some degree, better than our typical 95% Curcuminoids plus BioPerine supplements. But that’s not for sure.

Overall This Is Not Looking Great In Terms Of PriceI mean, frankly, that’s a guess given that there are no studies (as far as I’m aware) that proves Qunol’s capability. Still, we have to start somewhere, right? So, how does it compare?

Not too great, I’m afraid. I mean, sure, there definitely are supplements when this does, to some extent, feel like the better deal. One such example would be the Youtheory Turmeric Extra Strength (review).

While it does offer stuff like third-party testing over the Liquid Turmeric, it does cost $1.33 per serving. Which is almost twice as much.

But then, if we compare the Qunol to the very top, it doesn’t look that great. For example, put it against Nutrigold Turmeric Curcumin Gold (review). It costs 61.3 cents for every 1000 milligrams of 95% Curcuminoids. Moreover, it also offers a bunch of third-party certifications and even third-party testing. Hence, the difference between these two feels more than just huge.

And then, compare it to what I believe is the best thing on the market right now. The Nutricology CurcuWIN (review). They both basically cost the same per serving, yet Nutricology uses a proven patented formulation that is known to be 6.8 times more capable than just regular 95% Curcuminoids plus Black Pepper. And then, it’s also third-party tested [R, R, R].

Thus, all in all, the Qunol Liquid Turmeric might not be the worst-priced option. But it certainly isn’t the best one either.

Pros & Cons | I Think Cons Are Way More Oppressive Than Pros

Pros Cons
Generally speaking, it offers good amounts of Curcuminoids. I believe that the Proprietary Turmeric Support Complex is there for the supplement to just appear more valuable than it actually is. Most of those ingredients belong in the additive section.
It’s said to use a patented formulation of things but, realistically, the only thing that matters is the Black Pepper which improves absorption 20-fold for a proper chance of a full range of benefits. The additives are not great as they can bring about a variety of side effects.
Success rates are decent. The Qunol Liquid Turmeric likely contains some GMO ingredients.
Pricing is okay but it’s not great. The supplement of this review is not third-party tested for purity and potency. Plus, it doesn’t seem to care about quality too much either.

Ranking | Where Does This Turmeric Curcumin Rank (In 2022)?

NutriCology CurcuWIN Now Foods CurcuBrainNutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold

Natrol Extra Strength TurmericNatureWise Curcumin Me First Living Turmeric Curcumin

Overall | Personally, I Would Avoid This Extra Strength Liquid Supplement

From the onset, the Qunol Liquid Turmeric looked somewhat promising. Also, the claims for improved absorption I imagine appeal to many. Then, the customer reviews look beyond just great. And the way I see it, that’s pretty much how they sell the thing. I mean, customer reviews are probably the most contributing aspect to that.

But the sense of it being a great product should be a fleeting one. The beneficial ingredients apart from Turmeric will likely be only mildly beneficial at best.

Personally I Would Avoid This SupplementAlso, they don’t do any third-party testing which in the light of rather recent news is so important. But the biggest and kind of the most visible aspect of all is the fact that they use questionable additives. These are the kind of additives that I personally avoid having in my supplements or food [R].

Hence, just out of necessity I think (out of avoid it, consider it, shortlist it, buy it) I have to categorize it as something to avoid.

That said, if you are after a decent Turmeric Curcumin supplement, I would suggest looking into the vegan-certified Nutrigold Turmeric Curcumin Gold (review). Whereas if you’re interested in the very, very best in this category, I’ve done the research. Here’s my full review of it.

Above all, I hope this Qunol Liquid Turmeric review helped you find the information you were looking for. If you have any thoughts or questions, I’m all here for you. And do feel free to leave your own personal reviews on the product as well.

4 thoughts on “Qunol Liquid Turmeric Review – A Little Dirty Secret”

  1. Wow! You’ve really opened my eyes with this review. I’ve been looking for a turmeric supplement to help me with joint inflammation but I think I would tend to steer away from this brand after learning about the questionable additives and lack of third-party testing. That’s a big red flag to me, personally. I’ll keep shopping. Thanks for sharing this in-depth breakdown.

    • Hey, Lee!

      I’m glad to hear that. And I appreciate the kind words.

      And, yeah, I feel you. For sure, this is something to stay away from. I mean, yes, it can likely help with the joint inflammation but with it, we do risk the additives and impurity. There is literally no need for that since there are many supplements out there that get both of these aspects right.


  2. How many reviews mentioned diarrhea?
    I am only days into this and suspect this stuff as the cause of my recent discomfort.

    • Hey!

      That’s a really wild guess since I don’t recall what the overall vibe of reviews was for this. I mean, I did it quite a while ago.

      But, generally speaking, there are plenty of ingredients that to some extent for some people can cause discomfort. For example, with some, the Black Pepper doesn’t exactly sit well. Also, Guar Gum can be a cause of loose stools, diarrhea, and gas. And if I remember this correctly, too much Curcumin right off the bat can also have that same effect.

      Either way, if it continues, I would suggest switching out the supplement and try something that doesn’t do those other ingredients like Guar Gum or Black Pepper.

      I hope this helps, cheers,


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