Neuropath-ease contains several B vitamins along with other key nutrients to help aid nerve cell transmission and reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.

Neuropath Ease

    Serving size: 2 capsules
    Servings per container: 30


    Thiamin (B1) (as Thiamine HCl) 25 mg
    Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 25 mg
    Niacin (Vitamin B3) 10 mg
    Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate) 30 mg
    Folate (as Gnosis brand (6S)-5-methylfolate) 250 mg
    (equivalent to 500 mcg of (6S)-5-Methyltetrahydrofolic acid, glucosamine salt)
    Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin) 500 mcg
    Biotin 1,000 mcg
    Pantothenic acid (as D-Calcium Pantothenate) 200 mg
    Zinc (as TRAACS® Zinc Glycinate Chelate) 10 mg
    Chromium (as TRAACS® Chromium Nicotinate Glycinate Chelate) 200 mcg
    Alpha Lipoic Acid 200 mg
    Boswellia (Boswellia serrata) Gum Resin Extract (4:1) 100 mg

    Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose (capsule, microcrystalline cellulose, vegetarian leucine.

    Caution: Do not take this product with other supplements containing high dose B vitamins except under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner.

  • Neuropathy consists of numbness, tingling, and sometimes weakness and is caused by damage to peripheral nerves. Peripheral neuropathy can occur as a result of diabetes, Lyme disease, chronic liver or kidney disease, AIDS, and other diseases. Neuropathies may also be seen with nutritional deficiencies, medication side effects, and more. Sometimes neuropathy is “idiopathic” in which case the cause of the condition is unknown. To properly find the cause of neuropathy, please discuss all medication use with your physician since some medications can cause neuropathies either as a side effect or by contributing to nutrient deficiency. People with diabetic neuropathy may be able to help their neuropathy symptoms by achieving better blood sugar control. One way to do this is by modifying diet, exercise and supplement intake- all of which can be done with the guidance of a qualified integrative healthcare practitioner. According to some research, people with idiopathic peripheral neuropathy are at higher risk of developing metabolic syndrome, which consists of high cholesterol, high blood sugar, high blood pressure, and obesity. Again, lifestyle changes and appropriate supplementation can have a positive impact. For people who already suffer from peripheral neuropathy, please be careful to wear well-fitting footwear and moisture-wicking socks: feet should always be kept clean and dry. Patients with peripheral neuropathy should be diligent about monitoring the health of their feet, checking for areas of inflammation, calluses, sores, bruises, blisters, etc.