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A Natural Approach
To Pain Relief

Stay active and keep moving with Nageze –
a daily anti-inflammatory that relieves pain naturally.


The Nageze Range

Based on traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic principles, Nageze is a range of naturally derived analgesics
and anti-inflammatories for daily pain relief. The current range comprises Nageze Joint Pain and Nageze Osteo Plus.

Nageze products are sold in all good pharmacies Australia-wide or from our online shop.

Why Nageze?

Why Nageze?

Every day pain deserves every day pain relief. Nageze products are specifically
formulated to relieve pain naturally through the down-regulation of
inflammatory pathways so they are suitable for daily use.

Turmeric BetaSorb®

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a potent natural anti-inflammatory. We start with only the best certified organic turmeric and then extract and concentrate the bioactive compounds (curcuminoids and turmerones) before complexing with our natural sugar-based delivery system BetaSorb® to enhance bioavailability.


Terminalia chebula (aka. Haritaki) has been used for over 1000 years in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic. Using a proprietary extraction process, TermiPain® harnesses this ancient herb to relieve pain and inflammation.

Joint Effort

Joint Effort

Experts agree that managing joint pain requires a holistic approach. A combination of pain management, nutrition and daily movement are all key to the ongoing management of chronic inflammation. We understand that living with persistent pain can be a difficult journey and we’d like to help you on your way. This is going to be a joint effort.

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