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Heal-n-Soothe®combines systemic enzymes with 12 powerful pain fighters found in mother nature, including Turmeric, Bromelain, Papain, Boswellia, Rutin, Ginger, and more!

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LivingWell Supplement Facts


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,” as systemic enzymes operate throughout your body in every system and organ. Enzymes are known as biocatalysts - something that makes something else work or work faster.

Enzymes are your body’s first line of support when it comes to staying healthy, fit, and active.

Enzymes are NOT anti-inflammatory drugs but rather help support a healthy inflammatory response, which can have a positive impact on overall joint comfort, flexibility, and mobility.

Having balanced levels of inflammation-causing substances is also important for maintaining a healthy heart, a healthy brain, and for keeping your joints feeling young and spry.

In addition to the enzymes, Heal-n-Soothe® contains 12 powerful pain fighters found in mother nature, including Turmeric, Bromelain, Papain, Boswellia, Rutin, Ginger, and more! You can see the full list of ingredients below.


Proteolytic Systemic Enzymes

Proteolytic Systemic Enzymes

Research indicates these enzymes work throughout your entire body to help it break down and eliminate the excess proteins that accumulate at the scene of an injury, irritation or burn. This promotes wound healing, supports healthy circulation and helps maintain a normal immune response.



This special natural compound, which is extracted from pineapple, contains several proteolytic enzymes that promote healthy levels of biochemicals responsible for pain activation. 1

It has been studied extensively since its discovery in 1957 and is shown to support a healthy immune response and promote the removal of damaged tissue from the body. 2

Turmeric Extract

Turmeric Extract

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.

Research finds that Turmeric may be safer and more precise than other options when it comes to maintaining healthy levels of COX-2 and 5-LOX enzymes associated with pain. In addition, Turmeric's antioxidant powers work to support your body's ability to defend itself from damaging free radicals. 3



Papain supports a healthy immune system and contains a wide range of proteolytic enzymes that break down proteins. In studies it has been shown to promote the healing of damaged tissue and help maintain a healthy digestive tract. 4,5

Boswellia Extract

Boswellia Extract

One of the most widely used herbs in Indian medicine, it has been used for centuries by traditional Indian healers as a natural “cure-all” for any number of ailments. Boswellia is a naturally powerful and safe antioxidant that helps moderate levels of irritating substances in the body. 6



Found naturally in a variety of plants and fruits, this flavonoid has been shown to support the body's natural response to inflammation due to its powerful antioxidant activity. 7

Mojave Yucca Root

Mojave Yucca Root

Yucca root is rich with nutrients and antioxidants which are beneficial in helping the body reduce inflammatory toxins. 8

Ginger Extract

Ginger Extract

Used for over 2,500 years in Asia, Ginger has been used to treat nausea and to ease irritated joints. It works by helping balance the production of prostaglandins, the substance in your body that sends messages of pain to the brain. 9,10

Devil's Claw

Devil's Claw

Another time-tested natural pain defender, Devil's Claw has been used for hundreds if not thousands of years in Africa. It supports healthy COX-2 activity and there is evidence that Devil's Claw can help improve joint discomfort.

Citrus Bioflavonoids

Citrus Bioflavonoids

Citrus bioflavonoids support healthy cartilage, the main connective tissue in the body that keeps your joints moving smoothly and freely.

Research Studies

The pain fighting 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 improvement in joint discomfort.

A recent study done at the prestigious Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center in New York suggests Turmeric can help promote healthy COX-2 activity (COX-2 is your body’s “pain enzyme”), but with less likelihood of gastrointestinal issues common to other common joint health solutions.


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Heal-n-Soothe® is a proprietary blend of proteolytic enzymes and ingredients that have been used in many ancient civilizations for centuries to leave joints feeling comfortable.

We are so confident in Heal-n-Soothe® 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. After trying it for at least 2 weeks, simply let us know and we'll gladly refund all of your money (excluding shipping).



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