It’s time to review a very interesting blood sugar product – so is CuraLin a scam?
Or is it actually helpful against diabetes? I would think twice about it:
- high price tag
- not easy to take
- pretty weak formula
Well, let's see the most it can do in this review.
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on CuraLin.
Full Name: CuraLin Advanced Glucose Support by CuraLife
Product Type: Diabetes/Blood Sugar Supplement
Best Actual Price: Around $75
Cheapest Place To Buy: Its Official Website
Designed For: Balancing blood sugar levels – it promises to:
- promote a healthy metabolism
- balance energy levels
- manage glycemic response
My Rating: 5 out of 10
Recommended?: Not quite – there are a few red flags about it:
- very expensive
- uncomfortable and hard to take
- lacks legit reviews
If I were you, I would get the best diabetes/blood sugar supplement out there instead.
What I Liked About It
- Based on several herbal compounds
- Has a professional website
- Available in different countries
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Pretty basic formulation
- Lacks some major ingredients for blood sugar/diabetes
- Very hard to take (6 pills daily)
- Very few authentic reviews
- Pretty high price tag
CuraLin In A Nutshell
In my opinion, CuraLin is an overpriced supplement.
It has a decent, but pretty basic formulation.
And that's surely not enough to consider it amazing.
Additionally to that – it has a lot of disadvantages:
- lacks classic compounds against diabetes
- requires a total of 3-6 pills daily
- very pricey for its quality
Now, I didn't see any complaints about its side effects.
But again – the legitimate customer reviews are very few.
So they are not even for me to consider it a completely safe product.
Regarding its price – it's $75 for one bottle, which is absolutely huge.
If you ask me, the product doesn't give justice to its price.
So overall – I don't recommend CuraLin.
There are safer, more affordable and more effective alternatives – so why spend so much on it?
#1 – How It Works & Producer
Firstly – let's take a look at CuraLin's basic info:
- how it works
- who is the company behind
- what health issues it targets
1. How It Works
If you ask me, CuraLin has a lot of claims and promises.
But there's not much info about how it works.
So if you're curious about its promises, here are some of them:
- balances blood glucose levels
- supports weight loss
- promotes a healthy liver, kidney and pancreas
- reduces sugar and carbs cravings
- assists in having high daily energy levels
Now – it states to “support your body without chemical or synthetics.”
Also, CuraLin claims to be vegan friendly and safe to take with other medications.
If you ask me, you should consult your doctor, just to be sure.
Honestly – CuraLin has a lot of promises that don't really convince me.
That's because of its formula (I will explain later on).
So for now, I'm not very impressed with it.
2. Company Behind
CuraLin is made by a brand called CuraLife.
Based on its website, I could say that it could be a pretty new company.
Also – here's some info I found out about it:
- has several social media accounts
- contact info includes UK, US and AUS phone numbers
- email is also indicated on the Contact Us page
- only sells CuraLin on the Shop section
If you ask me, I don't fully trust it because it doesn't have a lot of user reviews.
However – this may be because it's a new company.
Overall – it's up to you if you want to try it out or not.
But given its features, it's not really worth it.
#2 – Ingredients (5 out of 10)
Honestly – CuraLin has a pretty basic formulation.
In fact, its ingredients aren't necessarily used in most diabetes products.
Also – the majority are herbal compounds.
That's not a bad thing at all – but most of them are herbs that I have never heard of.
That even though I analyzed lots of diabetes supplements.
Usually – I try to separate the ingredients into categories.
But since there are only a few involved, let's take a look at them together:
- Iron – helps maintain a healthy blood 
- Bitter Melon – has some chemicals that act like insulin
- Swertia Chirata – manages diabetes and insulin release 
- Turmeric – provides anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
- Amla – controls pancreatitis and decreases fasting blood glucose 
- Picrorhiza Kurroa – gives an extra help in managing diabetes
- Cinnamomum Zeylanicum – lowers blood glucose 
- Fenugreek – improves how your body uses sugar 
- Gymnema Sylvestre – offers some helpful benefits to people with diabetes
- Syzygium Cumini – has a hypoglycemic effect and can reduce blood sugar 
If you ask me, CuraLin has fewer compounds in its formulation.
I'm saying this in comparison to other similar supplements.
Just by looking at its formula, it's hard to believe all of its huge claims.
So overall – it's not very amazing and there are surely some better option.
To sum up everything, CuraLin only contains a few ingredients.
The majority of them are pretty rarely used in diabetes supplements.
That's why its overall formula seems rather weak to me.
#3 – Pills & Dosage (3 out of 10)
Let's now discuss the things you need to know about CuraLin's physical features.
Here's how I would describe CuraLin's pills:
- clear capsule cover
- dark green powder inside
- smells like herbs or plants
Honestly – there aren't any photos with the capsules online.
But I would say that it looks like a regular herbal supplement.
Now – CuraLin's instructions are pretty complicated.
It requires taking 1-2 pills 3 times a day.
If you do the math, you will end up taking a total of 3-6 capsules daily.
To be honest, that's extremely difficult.
That especially for people who already take prescription medicines.
And if you're dealing with diabetes – you're probably taking at least 2 other products.
I always avoid products that have such a high serving size.
So CuraLin has a major downside here.
#4 – Results (2 out of 10)
Now – CuraLin has very few user reviews.
So they don't really help to prove if it works or not.
I usually check reviews just to see that product's benefits )(in real-life).
But that's not the case for CuraLin.
Note: I only considered authentic reviews, not promotional/fake ones.
1. What People Say
As usual – I don't rely on the customer reviews from the product's website.
So let's feature the ones on Amazon, even though there are only a few there.
Now – here's what people say:
- One customer mentioned that it helped with his blood sugar levels.
- Another previous buyer said that it helped with maintenance.
- Another person praises the slightly better price from Amazon.
Honestly – the comments on the website are not very specific.
So it wouldn't give you any idea about its real effect.
Now, the overall rating of CuraLin on Amazon is 5/5 stars.
However – it has very few user experiences.
And if you ask me, the number of its reviews and comments is not enough.
Overall – I don't advise you to buy CuraLin.
That's simply because there are not enough real reviews about it.
So it means that its claims are still questionable.
Just get other alternatives out there that work for real.
#5 – Side Effects (7 out of 10)
Again – CuraLin has very few real reviews.
So obviously, I didn't find any complaints about it causing any adverse reactions.
However – it doesn't mean that it's safe to use right away.
But here's my conclusion about this:
- might safe to use – because of its weak ingredients
- can be dangerous – because the formula is not yet proven
- won't help much – since it's mostly composed of unknown ingredients
Since there aren't too many real experiences, it's hard to tell something clear.
If you ask me, I still don't recommend it overall.
There are other options in the market that are known to be safe (and effective).
#6 – Price (4 out of 10)
After looking at the price, I would say that CuraLin is very expensive.
So honestly – it's not the best choice in the market.
1. The Exact Price
CuraLin's pricing on Amazon and on the official website is exactly the same.
But I will feature the bundles available on its own site.
That's simply because these offers are not available on Amazon (only standard bottle).
So here are the prices and the discounts:
- Single bottle costs $75
- 3 bottles cost $202
- 6 bottles $360
- Offers free shipping
Honestly – even with the largest discount, CuraLin is still incredibly expensive.
And judging after its formula, I wouldn't pay even $25 on it.
So $60 per bottle (in the best case) sounds like a joke.
Also – one bottle is equivalent to a month's supply, not more.
So you would definitely spend a lot of money on this product.
That's exactly why I advise you to avoid it.
2. Competitors’ Price
Are you looking for a way better alternative?
Allow me to introduce you Striction D, my #1 recommended supplement:
- Striction D has some essential ingredients in superior forms.
- Its overall formula is the best for high blood sugar levels.
- CuraLin contains iron and some herbal supplements.
- The formulation is rather weak, in my view.
- Striction D only requires you to take 2 capsules/day
- On the other hand, CuraLin requires a total of 3-6 pills daily.
- Striction D can be bought for only $19 (it's originally $56).
- CuraLin's price starts at $75 for one bottle.
Striction D is the superior choice between the supplements.
That's ot only because of its affordable price – but also because of its way better formula.
In addition, it is easier to use and it has so many satisfied users behind.
So it's the best blood sugar supplement I know.
To sum it all – CuraLin is very expensive for its value.
Again – there's not enough proof that it works.
So it's like you're paying for an untested product.
That's why you should definitely go for a safer (and better) option.
#7 – FAQs
Here are the most asked questions about CuraLin.
Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned, but it's easier to spot here.
1. What are the promises of this product?
Based on its website, CuraLin promises to do the following:
- supports weight loss
- maintains and balances blood sugar levels
- boosts daily energy
- lessens carbs and sugar cravings
It also claims to promote a healthy liver, kidney and pancreas.
2. How should you take this supplement?
CuraLin has some quite complicatedinstructions.
You need to take 1-2 capsules 3 times a day.
So basically, the amount of pills in a day is around 3-6.
3. Can I take it with other supplements?
Yes, you can take CuraLin with other supplements.
I suggest that you take them at different times of the day.
Don't take them all at once, to avoid experiencing side effects.
4. Are there any serious adverse reactions?
Firstly, CuraLin has very limited reviews from people who tried it.
So there are still no reported complaints about its side effects.
But it doesn't mean that it's already safe.
5. What's the lowest price of this product?
CuraLin's price list can be seen on its own website.
The standard price of one bottle is $75.
If you buy the 6 bottles package, it would be $60/bottle.
#8 – Final Conclusions
If you ask me, here are my major points about CuraLin.
1. Basic Formula
Now – CuraLin has a slightly weaker formulation (than other supplements).
It has 2 main types of ingredients:
- herbal compounds
Honestly – it's not the best option for a blood sugar supplement.
It could have been way better if it has more essential compounds.
2. Hard To Use
People with diabetes/blood sugar problems already take prescriptions drugs.
So taking CuraLin is not the ideal.
That's because it requires 1-2 capsules/meal 3 times a day (a total of 3-6 pills).
On a normal basis, no one really wants to take that many pills.
3. Incredibly Pricey
For the last part – CuraLin doesn't have the best price.
One bottle costs $75, which is equivalent to one month supply only.
The price is very high for its basic features.
Also – there are more affordable options that work much better than Curalin.
My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?
Short answer: Not quite – it has a lot of bad signs:
- Lacks major ingredients for diabetes/blood sugar
- Very expensive for its quality
- Hard to take on a daily basis
- Very limited reviews
If you want to get the best value for your money, don't get CuraLin.
That's because you're just paying for a (very) overpriced supplement.
In my view, the features don't give justice to its price.
So I urge you to look for other alternatives worth investing in.
If you allow me, I have a really good recommendation for you.
I'm talking about a product called Striction D:
- Has a very affordable price
- Contains the best ingredients from the market
- A lot of satisfied users swear by it
- Is easy to use and well-tolerated
- Works well for blood sugar levels
Honestly – Striction D is the best option between these 2 supplements.
In fact, it's the best option among all diabetes supplements.
It has some superior features and a lot of satisfied users can back up its claims.
So overall, you're investing in a very good supplement.
1 – https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/-iron/
2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC7648839/
3 – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-21495900/
4 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC3326760/
5 – https://www.healthline.com/health/type-2-diabetes/-fenugreek
20 thoughts on “Is CuraLin A Scam? My Review (2023)”
You continued to repeat yourself about curilin. Of all the diabetic supplements I have taken, and there have been many. Curalin has given me much better blood glucose readings. I have never tried the striction you referred to. I’m looking forward to myA1c reading on my next doctor’s appointment.
Hi Ed, not sure what the point of your comment is, criticizing this review maybe? I’m glad to hear Curalin helped you and you should definitely stick to it, in this case. Compared to other diabetes supplements, I consider it to have some much weaker features – but if it worked for you, that’s awesome.
To Paula V.:
I think the fact that you’ve never heard of the herbs does not make them less effective.
My naturopath learned about Curalin from a patient, and I have to concur with Ed — I too have taken lots of diabetic supplements, but this is the only one that shows tangible results in my daily blood sugar, as well as my last A1C, which was in the normal range.
You are correct: it is expensive, and it is a pain to take 3x a day, but what is something worth that actually works? I get this through my naturopath for less than on the website, but not a lot less.
Recently an amazing looking fake was being sold on Amazon for less money but with none of these ingredients in it – watch out for that.
I’d give this supplement a solid 5 stars. Cheaper and more readily available would be the only things to improve it.
Hi Ruth, Olly here. Herbs are surely not ineffective when it comes to any condition – in fact, we always consider products with additional herbal extracts to be better than those containing vitamins/minerals alone.
However, what Paula was trying to say here was that Curalin doesn’t use some herbs that are known/studied for their benefits in diabetes. There are lots of diabetes supplements on the market and most of them contain certain herbs, that has clinical trials behind regarding their effect on reducing blood sugar. To give you some examples: Banaba, Bitter Melon, Mulberry, etc. It does contain some studies herbs (like Cinnamon), but there are no additional nutrients (like vitamins or minerals) that could compensate for the lack of several other clinically tested herbs.
Curalin’s composition is far from bad – but what Paula was trying to say is that its formula isn’t worth that much, so it should definitely cost less, considering its ingredients.
However, if it works so well for you, I absolutely recommend you to continue using it.
My fear is that people will be discouraged from taking it from your limited knowledge of this product. It works wonders in my case. How did you come up with that very low rating? I know it is not your recommended product but it doesn’t deserve the very low rating! Curalin is an amazing product and I already tried it for many months now. Because of this, I am off all meds and only remained this as my daily supplement. I was not even flagged as diabetic on my last A1C. As far as expense goes, it isn’t as expensive as the medications I was on! I think your review is careless just because you just do not recommend it!
Hi, Lara! It’s glad to hear that Curalin works for your case and we’re happy that you’re finally off of all your medications. In every product review, we study its features to give you an in-depth analysis of the product. You can also see that in each chapter, we discuss its advantages and disadvantages. So that’s how we rate our product and not simply because we don’t recommend it. Hope I answered your questions!
Really? No mention of efficacy. Does it really give effects? How about your recommendation? Is it different from this one? Curalin looks like a typical supplement that has no proof of stopping nor improving high blood sugar. I am just being meticulous because I have tried A LOT of blood sugar supplements and SPENT A LOT of my savings just to find the right one for me. It all started when I got my blood sugar checked years ago and nothing seems to work! even the best of the best mentioned by websites like yours does not work! My A1C? no changes. I don’t think there will ever be a solution to my high blood sugar until I grow old, mind you, I’m still young and in my late 20s. I had high hopes for Curalin when I saw it online but it might just be another “expectations vs reality.”
Hello, Jamba_Joy! It’s very sad to hear that you tried and spent a lot just to find the right blood sugar supplement for you. To answer your question, Striction D has some essential ingredients in superior forms and its overall formula is the best for high blood sugar levels. So it makes it better and more superior than Curalin, in my view. But if you ask me if there are no changes in your A1C, it’s either you didn’t find a good supplement yet or you really need to go to your doctor and prescribe you the right medicine. Hope this helps!
I use to suffer from high blood sugar to the point that it messed up my healthy body systemic was so bad I could barely get out of bed some days. It was due to being overworked and unhealthy diet. Instead of eating healthy food during my break, I opted for milk teas, coffee, cake or ice cream. I need caffeine and something cold to wake my system during my working time. And now finally my body feels like it getting revenge. I am not quite sure if I could find anything over the counter or prescribed that would lower my blood sugar levels and let me go about my normal life. then I saw Curfalin somewhere online I really wanted to try it but I first read a lot of review about it. Your points will surely be taken into consideration together with the other points from the previous websites I saw. Thanks for giving your thoughts about it.
Hi, Karennnnnn! Thank you for appreciating our review of Curalin. So sorry to hear about your struggles and suffering from high blood sugar. If you ask me, milk teas, coffee, cake or ice cream have a very high sugar content and could spike your blood sugar. If you need caffeine that wakes you up during your working time, I suggest that you take green tea or other tea that you like. Just don’t put sugar in it or use just a little bit of natural sweetener like honey. You can pair it with a better blood sugar supplement like Striction D. Hope this helps!
Gahd, I have seen no improvements whatsoever in my A1C, it is still high, far from normal. So I wrote to ask for my money back- as promised. Can you do that for me? Is there any way you have contact or are connected to Curalin?
I have had no reply from the support team not even telling me if they will get back to me or call me. none.
Just when I thought I found the best product already because of the looks of the bottle packaging and the website gives off high end appearance. Well, the marketing techniques are not really applicable all the time.
I wish you can help me in contacting them.
Hello, Jaison! Unfortunately, we have no contact with the company behind Curalin and we don’t really do that here. I suggest that you consistently message them until you get noticed or find out their other contact info like their social media accounts and message them also there. I’m so sad to hear about your problem and I hope you will hear from them soon. Good luck!
I cannot believe what I am reading right now, it is good medicine. I just went to their website and they are still there. And I don’t believe it is a scam. I bought Curalin last February 2022 during that time I was ready to give up on finding the ease to my elevating blood sugar levels. I have seen several doctors and been to urgent care when I can’t see my own physician because I need to make an appointment. Been to an emergency several times due to nausea and fatigue and still, no one was able to help me. When one night I stumbled on their website. I was a miracle I told myself. I saw some improvements in my blood sugar level and was cured within 3 weeks of taking it. I am back because I want to help a friend. I am checking if they still are in business and I was not disappointed. I will spread the word to everyone I know because this is a good blood sugar supplement.
Hello, Bismark! I’m so happy to hear that CuraLin worked for you to the point that you saw some improvements in your blood sugar level and even cured you after 3 weeks of taking it. Honestly, we’re not saying that it won’t work 100% so we’re not really invalidating your improvements. It’s just that, some people might not get their desired results with this supplement so it’s also a possibility. Overall, if it works for you then stick with it because it seems that it fits your condition. Congratulations!
I too have been taking Curalin for over 4 months every day. It brought my sugar levels down to almost normal range. My cholesterol is now normal I’m no longer sweating constantly. So I will continue to take it, yes its expensive, but it works.
Hi Penny, thanks for your feedback on CuraLin, I’m very happy to hear it’s helping you!
I’ve been taking Curalin for more than a year, and my fear is that people like you – who have not tried it personally – will discourage others from trying it. I’ve taken EVERY Diabetes drug out there. Most have horrible side effects and my A1C always hovered in the 8’s (with a high of an 11). My A1C was 6 at my last appt (my doctor was thrilled), and I am hoping for a score in the 5’s at my upcoming appt. And this is with JUST Curalin, diet and exercise. No medication at all! I’ve had NO SIDE EFFECTS, and I have energy and sleep better than I have in a long time. You can poo-poo it and give your scientific opinion, but I’ll stick with my most excellent results!
Hi Cindy, Olly here. First of all, I’m extremely happy to hear that CuraLin worked so well for you and I definitely recommend you to stick with it. I’m sorry you have a bad opinion on my review, but honestly, all the facts I stated about this product are completely legitimate. Its ingredients are far from the best, its price is absolutely huge and I had several readers who criticized it. It definitely works in some cases and your experience with it is the best example – but this doesn’t mean I would recommend it from now on, simply because its overall features are not as good as those of other diabetes supplements.
As for the fact that none of us has tried this product – well, we don’t have diabetes. How could we see if this product works as long as we don’t have diabetes? Should we only review products that we can test out? In this case, we would probably only review 10 products, because we don’t have any serious health condition and our results with many supplements would be irrelevant. So honestly, your point isn’t very good, no offence.
But even so, I’m very happy to hear about your positive results with Curalin and I wish you all the best in your diabetes fight!
Absolutely terrible supplement! I was tricked into ordering 3 bottles and paid a lot of money on it. 3 months later, I took all pills and my blood sugar is actually higher than before. I would have fluctuations in my glucose every few hours, up to the point when I had to double up my medication. I should have stopped taking Curalin from the first bottle, but I spent too much on it to just let it go. When I tried to ask for a refund, they told me I should send the bottles back and they would then send me the money. I did that and they responded the bottles should have been full if I wanted any refund. How would I know it works or not then? I was supposed to try the pills and then ask for a refund, not just order it and keep it there and then ask for my money back. They are a scam! The product doesn’t work and they wouldn’t even take responsibility for that.
Hello Norma, thanks a lot for your feedback on CuraLin and I’m sorry to hear you were disappointed by it. You can try getting back to the company and inform them about their refund policy (there’s no mention that the bottles should be full, which would not make sense anyway, just like you said).
They are legally required to refund you, as long as they claim to do so and if you asked for a refund during the allowed period. If they still refuse to send your money back, you can tell them you will get in touch with a lawyer and I’m pretty sure they would refund you then.
Hope this helps!