Enzymedica | Repair | 60 Capsules
Repair | 60 Capsules:
Muscle, Tissue and Joint Function*
Overexertion at the gym, at work or at play can lead to fatigued muscles and sore joints.
Repair combines Bromelain and Papain with additional enzymes known to support fatigued muscles and joints. The enzymes work synergistically with the body's own mechanisms of renewal and may support the body's natural response to overexertion and strenuous activities. The enzyme blend promotes joint comfort and healthy circulation to encourage accelerated muscle and tissue recovery.
Thera-blend is an exclusive process that combines multiple strains of enzymes that work in specific pH levels, resulting in superior performance in the body.
Supplementing with a proteolytic enzyme formula before and after strenuous exercise may encourage acceleration of the body's natural ability to recover and repair.
Repair contains the proteolytic enzymes protease, bromelain and papain in a targeted-release capsule to ensure optimal delivery. Proteolytic enzymes have been commonly used for sore muscles due to overexertion.1, 2
The tropical plant enzymes bromelain (from pineapple) and papain (from papaya) have an established history of supporting healthy inflammatory responses. Research also indicates beneficial effects of tropical plant enzymes on joint health.3, 4
2 Capsules two to three times daily on an empty stomach, one hour before or two hours after a meal. More may be taken as needed.
100% Vegetarian capsule (gellan gum, cellulose, water).
Egg, dairy, preservatives, salt, sucrose, soy, wheat, yeast, nuts, corn, gluten, casein, potato, rice, artificial colors or flavors.
- Keep closed in dry place; avoid excessive heat.
- Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing.
- Enzymedica does not use ingredients produced using biotechnology.
1- Miller, P., Bailey, S., Barnes, M., Derr, J. and Hall, E. "The Effects of Protease Supplementation on Skeletal Muscle Function and DOMS Following Downhill Running."
Journal of Sports Sciences (2004) 22, 365-372.
2- Ghagat, S., Agarwal, M. and Roy, V. "Serratiopeptidase: A Systemic Review of the Existing Evidence." International Journal of Surgery, (2013) 11, 209-217.
3- Pavan, R., Jain, S. and Kumar, A. (2012). "Properties and Therapeutic Application of Bromelain: A Review." Biotechnology Research International, (2012) 1-6.
4- Walker, A., Bundy, R., Hicks, S. and Middleton, R. "Bromelain Reduces Mild Acute Knee Pain and Improves Well-Being in a Dose-Dependent Fashion in an Open Study of Otherwise Healthy Adults." Phytomedicine, (2002) 9(8), 681-686.