Adaptogen Research, InflammaEZE

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information contained herein is for informational purposes only and does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. Please be sure to consult your physician before taking this or any other product. Consult your physician for any health problems.

InflammaEZE is a powerful formula designed to help support a proper inflammatory response by affecting
multiple pathways in your body, while facilitating healthy blood flow without the undesirable side-effects of
pharmaceutical drugs.

Manufactured in a GMP Registered Facility in the USA

  • Product Size: 120 vegetarian capsules
  • Servings Per Container: 60


  • Proprietary blend of proteolytic enzymes: Taken with food, these help support protein digestion. However, taken on an empty stomach – as is recommended with this product – these enzymes help break down damaged tissue, and thus, work to promote a healthy response to inflammation in the body.

  • Curcumin & Ginger: Spices and roots with long histories of efficacy in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, both known for helping to modulate the production of inflammatory compounds. These are traditionally considered “warming” spices when used in cooking, but with regard to modulating the inflammatory response, they are cooling.

  • Rutin, Rosemary & Resveratrol: Antioxidant compounds that help protect the body at a cellular level by limiting oxidative stress, which may contribute to an activated inflammatory response in the body.
Adaptogen Research, InflammaEZE

InflammaEZE is a combination of herbs, nutrients and proteolytic enzymes for modulating the inflammatory response, supporting the natural clearance of proteins like kinin and fibrin, and for supporting healthy lymphatic drainage. The ingredients in InflammaEZE provide natural anti-inflammatory effects and protect against oxidative stress.

Inflammation is our natural body response to occasional trauma which may come in:- 

  • Physical: such as breaking a bone, straining a muscle during exercise, over-exertion, or simply experiencing a cut or scrape

  • Dietary: consuming foods you may be sensitive to from time to time—even if you’re not aware you have a sensitivity

  • Environmental: intermittent exposure to pollution, heavy metals, or xenobiotics (chemical compounds such as pesticides that are foreign to the body)