The New Wave of Nutraceuticals

Introducing Swisse Nutra+ an innovative new range of practitioner-only nutraceutical products. The range is backed by extensive research and evidence to deliver targeted formulations for a range of consumer health needs.

Joint Health

Swisse Nutra+ Joint Pain Complex contains a unique combination of eggshell membrane powder and 5-LoxinTM boswellia serrata extract.

Boswellia serrata extract using 5-LoxinTM has demonstrated a reduction in mild joint pain and soreness in people with symptoms of mild osteoarthritis of the knee1.

Eggshell membrane is rich in components of collagen, glucosamine and chondroitin.

Urinary tract health

Swisse Nutra+ Uritract Pro combines highly concentrated whole cranberry fruit powder (PACran®) with garlic and vitamin D3. Cranberry supports urinary tract health and function2.

Vitamin D plays an important role in maintaining a healthy immune system and function and nearly one quarter of Australian adults have low vitamin D levels3. Deficiency has been found to be associated with recurrent UTIs4.

Immune health

A strong immune system is fundamental to good health and well-being. Nutra+ has developed two new formulations to help support immune health proactively and reactively.

Swisse Nutra + Astra Build combines Astragalus* to help strengthen the lungs, Rhodiola^ to help relieve fatigue and vitamin D to support immune health.

Swisse Nutra + Andro Max has been formulated with Andrographis to relieve symptoms of mild upper respiratory infections. Combined with White Willow, used in traditional Western herbal medicine to relieve mild fever and Quercetin.

For more information on product formulas, evidence and drug interactions, please register at

Always read the label. This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Supplements may only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate. *Used in traditional Chinese Medicine. ^Used in traditional Western herbal medicine.



1. Sengupta K et al. Int J Med Sci 2010;7(6): 366. Sengupta K et al. Arthritis Research Therapy 2008;10(4):R85. 2. Vostalova J et al. Phytotherapy Research 2015;29(10):1559- 1567 Sengupta K et al. Current Bioactive Compounds 2011;7(1):39-46. 3. Australian Health Survey, 2011-2012 4. Nseir W et al. Int J Infectious Dis 2013;17:e1121-e1124

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