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Orthoplex Repairase is an anti-inflammatory supplement that may be of assistance in conditions associated with inflammation, oxidative stress, poor immune function and wound healing. Repairase contains quercetain, which may help to down-regulate inflammation. Repairase has shown positive effects in supporting healthy immune function.

Inflammation, oxidative stress and immune dysfunction underlie many healthy disorders and disease states. Repairase addresses the underlying problems, and treats with its high potency anti-inflammatory ingredients.

Active Ingredients (per 3.1 g dosage):

  • Quercetin 400 mg
  • Rutin 500 mg
  • Magnesium ascorbate 1 g
    • Equivalent ascorbic acid 850 mg
  • Bromelain 100 mg
  • Zinc gluconate 29.4 mg
    • Equivalent zinc 4 mg
  • Calcium pantothenate 109 mg
    • Equivalent pantothenic acid 100 mg
  • Selenomethionine 32.6 µg
    • Equivalent selenium 13 µg
  • D-alpha tocopherol acid succinate 200 mg
    • Equivalent vitamin E 242 IU
  • Retinyl palmitate 750 µg RE*
    • Equivalent vitamin A 2500 IU

Excipients: Calcium hydrogen phosphate, citric acid, malic acid, stevia, tapioca starch.

Orthoplex Repairase is gluten, lactose and glucose free, and is suitable for vegetarians.

Suggested Dosage:

Adults: Take 3.1 g (approximately one level 5 ml metric spoonful) one to two times daily or as prescribed.


Take cautions when using large doses of Vitamin A in conjunction with tretinoin and statins. These medications may increase levels of Vitamin A.


In very large doses, Vitamin C may be associated with diarrhoea. Use with caution in people with haemochromatosis – vitamin C may increase the body’s absorption of iron.

Customer questions / expert answers

Q. What would you recommend for sciatica?

 I would recommend Orthoplex Repairase for the pain management of Sciatica with Hypericum Oil to be applied topically regularly.  Also osteopathic manipulation and acupuncture can also be useful.

Regards - Keri Hogarth - Hygiology Naturopath

Q. I have a majorly itchy eye - it feels like a scratched cornea in my left eye. Based on some online research, I would guess it's an allergy possibly due to the change in season. It is quite painful and my eye is watering a lot, especially when I rub it (it's only my left eye). Should I just take some standard pharmacy eye drops for something like this, assuming it is an allergy?

 Try some allergy eye drops to alleviate current symptoms.  If you think its allergy specific Repairase is a great immune booster with quercitin and bromelain to act as a natural anti-histamine and other nutrients to bring down the inflammation.  


Keri Hogarth - Hygiology Naturopath

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