Heal-n-Soothe®combines systemic enzymes with 12 of the most powerful natural pain fighters found in mother nature, including Turmeric, Bromelain, Papain, Boswellia, Rutin, Ginger, and more!
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It's called Systemic Enzyme Therapy and it has been used in numerous countries throughout the world for over 50 years.
The word systemic means whole body and systemic enzymes operate throughout your body in every system and organ. Enzymes, which are known as biocatalysts - something that makes something else work or work faster.
Enzymes are basically the main line of defense against inflammation.
Enzymes are NOT anti-inflammatory drugs but rather reduce inflammation by neutralizing the bio-chemicals of inflammation to levels where the creation, repair and regeneration of injured tissues can take place. Reducing inflammation can have immediate impact on improved heart health, cancer prevention and recovery, and memory loss prevention. It also helps speed up recovery from sprains, strains, fractures, bruises, contusions, surgery and joint pain. Unlike NSAIDs (like Aspirin, Ibuprofen and prescription pain medications) which may give only temporary relief and do not fix the underlying cause of the problem, systemic enzymes work to reduce the inflammation and promote healing without any side effects.
In addition to the enzymes, Heal-n-Soothe® contains 12 of the most powerful natural pain fighters found in mother nature, including Turmeric, Bromelain, Papain, Boswellia, Rutin, Ginger, and more! You can see the full list of ingredients below.
Research indicates these enzymes work throughout your entire body to help it fight inflammation, breakdown scar tissue, cleanse the blood and also boost cardiovascular, respiratory and immune function.
This special natural compound, which is extracted from pineapple, contains several proteolytic enzymes that have been shown to short-circuit multiple pain pathways in the body.
It has been studied extensively since its discovery in 1957 and hundreds of studies have shown it to reduce inflammation, reduce and prevent swelling and remove waste and toxins from the blood.
This extract is taken from the dried root of the plant and it has been used to treat a wide range of ailments for thousands of years.
Studies have shown that it reduces inflammation by blocking both the COX-2 and 5-LOX enzymes which create pain. In addition, Turmeric's antioxidant powers work to seek out and destroy free radicals in the body which contribute to pain and swelling.
This extract is taken from the dried root of the plant and it has been used to treat a wide range of ailments for thousands of years. Studies have shown that it reduces inflammation by blocking both the COX-2 and 5-LOX enzymes which create pain. In addition, Turmeric's antioxidant powers work to seek out and destroy free radicals in the body which contribute to pain and swelling.
One of the most widely used herbs in Indian medicine, it has been used for centuries by traditional Indian healers to reduce pain and inflammation. Hundreds of studies have been done proving it's effectiveness and in addition to being a powerful and safe, natural anti-inflammatory, Boswellia has also been shown to support healthy blood circulation.
Found naturally in a variety of plants and fruits, this flavanoids has been shown to have a strong anti-inflammatory effect due to it's powerful anti-oxidant activity.
This root contains yucca ols and resveratrol which have been studied to potentially reduce inflammation. Additionally, yucca may have antioxidant activity. Yucca may be beneficial for anti-inflammatory support, immune support, as well as digestive support.
Used for over 2,500 years in Asia, Ginger has been used to treat nausea and to reduce pain and inflammation. It works by decreasing the amount of prostaglandins, which are what cause you to feel pain.
Another time-tested natural pain reliever, Devil's Claw has been used for hundreds if not thousands of years in Africa. Numerous studies have proven its effectiveness in reducing pain and inflammation. In fact, one study found that Devil's Claw was as effective in treating arthritis pain as a commonly prescribed anti-inflammatory drug.
A compound found in nearly all forms of life, L-glutathione protects the body from oxidative damage by acting as a buffer.
The pain reducing powers of Heal-n-Soothe® have been proven to be highly effective in numerous clinical studies.
For example, in one study, 77 patients taking 400mg/day of Bromelain experienced significant reduction in pain and swelling.
A recent study done at the prestigious Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center in New York found that Turmeric was more safe and precise than aspirin in stopping... inflammation by
inflammation by shutting down the COX2 enzyme responsible for pain. But Turmeric caused none of asprin's typical gastrointestinal irritation.
In a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study, 30 patients received 333 mg, 3x a day of Boswellia.
The group who received the Boswelia had a significant reduction in pain and swelling and an increase in joint mobility and flexibility as compared to the placebo group.
Heal-n-Soothe® is a combination of the most powerful natural anti-inflammatory and pain relieving ingredients known to man... and have been scientifically proven to work.
We are so confident that Heal-n-Soothe® will reduce your pain and have you feeling better that we are willing to refund your money if it doesn't.
That's right... you can try it and all the risk is on us.
If you don't feel significant improvement after trying it for at least 2 weeks, simply let us know and we'll gladly refund all of your money (excluding shipping).