New Roots Infla-HealPlus (VCaps)

90 Capsules
by New Roots
Product ID: NR11829
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New Roots Infla-HealPlus


Inflammation is the bodys natural reaction to physical, chemical and metabolic stress as well as to injuries that initiate tissue damage. In a healthy person, inflammation initiates the process of ridding the body of damaged tissue and rejuvenating the damaged area. However, when inflammatory pathways are abnormal or crippled, a chronic state of inflammation can develop and persist. Simply put, inflammation increases the flow of fluids to and from an affected site, turning the site of inflammation into a construction zone.

Most over-the-counter pain relievers block your bodys desire to initiate inflammation, slowing the healing process. Infla-Heal Plus is a formulation of digestive and proteolytic enzymes with antioxidants and metabolic cofactors including serratiopeptidase to help break down and remove debris from an injured or inflammed site more effectively. This helps eliminate the root cause of inflammation and can speed the healing process more rapidly.


    • A combination of digestive and anti-inflammatory enzymes, antioxidants and metabolic co-factors
    • Effective for the treatment of chronic and acute inflammation
    • Supports the digestion of fats, carbohydrates and proteins


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 VCapsule
Serving Contains: 90
Pancreatic enzymes (fromSus scrofa) 4√ó. 250 mg
Supplying the following:
Protease 25,000 USP
Amylase 25,000 USP
Lipase 2,000 USP
Bromelain (stem bromelain) (2,400 gdu/g) [180 mg] 6,480,000 FCC papain units
Papain (fruit of Carica papaya)
[18 mg]
1,800,000 FCC papain units
Trypsine (pancreas from Sus scrofa)
[120 mg]
18 000 USP trypsin units
Providing: 480 USP chymotrypsine units
Rutin (from Sophorae japonicaflower bud) 85 mg
l-Cysteine hydrochloride 10 mg
Zinc (from zinc gluconate) 2.6 mg
Serratiopeptidase [30,000 AU 13.46 mg
Non-medicinal Ingredients: Vegetable magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, and
maltodextrin* in a non-GMO vegetable capsule made of vegetable carbohydrate gum, purified water, and enteric
*Small quantity used in the manufacture of enzymes.
Take 1 capsule two to four times daily with food or as directed by your health-care practitioner. Swallow whole; do not crush or chew. If you are taking other medications, take this product a few hours before or after them. Use the smallest dose to control the symptoms.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Kelly Bohl
Perfect for People Who Can't Take NSAIDs

I have been a fan of Infla-Heal Plus since I found it in a vitamin shop a number of years ago. I have Crohn's Disease and deal with arthalgia; inflammation of the joints that comes and goes depending on where I am in my treatment cycle and can affect any number of my joints at any time. With Crohn's you're advised not to take any NSAIDs like naproxen, ibuprofen, etc. but sometimes acetaminophen just doesn't cut it. Infla-Heal Plus has been great because I can take it and deal with back pain, joint pain, and it doesn't make me concerned about triggering a flare. And VitaSave shipped it so quickly, even here to Vancouver Island. Thanks!!

Repair sprain injury

It helped repair my hand sprain injury of damaged tissues in 4 days. I am thankful I used this product.

Jackie Hawrelak
Helps with burning sensation from RSI

This product has significantly reduced the burning sensation and pain associated with RSI in both arms. Shoulders feel better. And yes the nasal passages clear out also. Am now down to 1 capsule in AM and one in PM. Really makes a difference.

Cathy in Edmonton
Best ENZYME for me, a postmenopausal woman!

I take one capsule BEFORE a meal with an 8 oz. glass of water. Find it works very well. Also seems to prevent heartburn or acid reflux. This product is more powerful than others I have tried.

Maxine Peel
Keeps nasal passages fairly clear

As the above mentioned It also in an overall manner helps. I do many more things with this product to alleviate the inflammation so not just one product does the job. Depends on the chronicity of inflammation.