Heal n Soothe yourself to a pain-free living

HEAL-N-SOOTHE yourself to a pain-free living 

Living a healthy and functional life with chronic pain can be very challenging, and affects our fitness and overall health and wellbeing. Chronic pain can be a result of multiple conditions, some of which are chronic inflammation or arthritis, which also affects muscles and joints, apart from causing sustained pain.  

While anti-inflammatory drugs can help manage these conditions, regular use of these drugs are not advisable, as they lead to multiple other health conditions as a side effect. HEAL-N-SOOTHE is a nutraceutical product that uses a combination of natural ingredients that have been used for ages to fight inflammation and arthritis, and is available as dietary supplements. 

The key to Heal-n-Soothe’s success is its Systemic Enzyme Therapy, which targets our entire system, to reduce inflammation and pain. These enzymes, or biocatalysts, help regulate the body’s immune response, reducing chronic inflammation and pain. These proteolytic enzymes dissolve the additional proteins that are part of the inflammatory reaction, present at the site of injury or infection. This ensures adequate healing and normal immune response, eliminating chronic inflammation and its effects [1] [2]. 

Maintaining a healthy inflammatory response ensures flexibility and mobility of joints, and reduces discomfort. Reduced inflammation and a healthy immune response also promotes good health, and supports and protects the heart, brain, and joints.  

Apart from the proteolytic enzymes, HEAL-N-SOOTHE contains 12 other powerful natural ingredients, which either reduce inflammation, or promote good muscle and bone health, promoting healthy joints in the process. These natural ingredients are listed below. 


Curcumin, the main bioactive component of turmeric has proven to be effective in controlling multiple pro-inflammatory molecules, which are integral to the body’s immune response, like cytokines, apoptotic proteins, COX-2, 5-LOX, C-reactive protein, and many more [3]. By regulating the function of multiple pro-inflammatory molecules, curcumin is a potent regulator of inflammatory activity, and is one of the most effective natural extracts in fighting inflammation. 


Bromelain is extracted from pineapple and is constituted of multiple proteolytic enzymes which are anti-inflammatory and can help manage the body’s immune response [4]. It also helps manage and reduce symptoms of osteoarthritis, especially acute pain [5]. Bromelain is also known to be effective in removing damaged tissue from our system, which further regulates the immune response, by reducing chances of chronic inflammation, by promoting the healing of injury [6]. 


Papain is the proteolytic enzyme that is extracted from papaya and has been proven to provide analgesic (pain reducing) and anti-inflammatory benefits [7]. It also helps in removing debris from damaged tissues, and promotes healing, which further ensures a healthy immune response [7] [8]. 

Boswellia Extract 

Boswellia plant has been used for ages in Indian traditional medicine, as a miraculous remedy for a variety of health conditions. The extract of the Boswellia plant has been shown to be effective in managing inflammation, arthritis, and pain [9]. 


Rutin is a polyphenolic flavonoid that is found in various plants and exhibits antioxidant, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, and anti-diabetic properties [10]. It is also anti-microbial, further inhibiting inflammation, and is another great bioactive compound capable of supporting a healthy immune response [10] [11]. 

Mojave Yucca Root 

The root of plants of the yucca species has shown antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, and antimicrobial properties, apart from other beneficial health benefits [12]. 


Ginger has multiple bioactive compounds that are known to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties [13]. The anti-inflammatory action of ginger involves inhibiting the synthesis of prostaglandins, leukotriene, and cytokines, which are pro-inflammatory in nature. 

The effectiveness of ginger in pain reduction has also been established, and is especially helpful for those struggling with conditions like arthritis or osteoporosis [14]. 

Devil’s Claw 

Devil’s Claw is another plant that has been used for ages in African traditional medicine, to counter pain. It has been seen that the devil’s claw inhibits TNFα, interleukins, prostaglandins, and COX‐2, regulating the body’s inflammatory response in the process [15]. 

Citrus Bioflavonoids 

Citrus bioflavonoids are compounds that are extracted from various citrus fruits like lemons, and oranges, and are known to promote healthy cartilage, which helps the joints in our body to move smoothly. 

Hence, HEAL-N-SOOTHE is packed with enzymes and natural compounds which fight inflammation and helps reduce pain and other arthritic symptoms. 

Some of the benefits provided by the HEAL-N-SOOTHE supplements are listed below. 

  • It promotes healing and recovery of muscle tissues, and relieves muscle spasms quickly. 
  • It reduces the symptoms of arthritis and osteoarthritis. 
  • It assists in the quick healing of wounds. 
  • It reduces chronic pain, especially backache and pain in the knees. 
  • It removes harmful toxins from the body. 
  • It helps improve immunity and promotes a normal inflammatory response. 

So if you struggle with chronic pain, arthritis, or chronic inflammation, give this potent supplement a try, and ease into a pain free existence. 


1. https://healnsoothe.com/ 

2. https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/12/12/2144125/0/en/Heal-n-Soothe-How-Does-it-Work-For-Chronic-Pain-Heal-n-Soothe-Review-by-HealthyRex.html 

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10. Yong, D. O., Saker, S. R., Chellappan, D. K., Madheswaran, T., Panneerselvam, J., Choudhury, H., … & Zeeshan, F. (2020). Molecular and immunological mechanisms underlying the various pharmacological properties of the potent bioflavonoid, rutin. Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders-Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets-Immune, Endocrine & Metabolic Disorders)20(10), 1590-1596. 

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13. Mashhadi, N. S., Ghiasvand, R., Askari, G., Hariri, M., Darvishi, L., & Mofid, M. R. (2013). Anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory effects of ginger in health and physical activity: review of current evidence. International journal of preventive medicine4(Suppl 1), S36–S42. 

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15. Fiebich, B. L., Muñoz, E., Rose, T., Weiss, G., & McGregor, G. P. (2012). Molecular targets of the antiinflammatory Harpagophytum procumbens (devil’s claw): inhibition of TNFα and COX‐2 gene expression by preventing activation of AP‐1. Phytotherapy Research26(6), 806-811. 

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