What is Wobenzym N good for?
Wobenzym is an enzyme formula primarily recommended for the treatment of pain and inflammation associated with musculoskeletal disorders. Several studies in the areas of arthritis and post-surgery have reported the acute anti-inflammatory effects of Wobenzym in terms of changes in CRP.
How long does it take Wobenzym N to work?
It takes about three to four weeks to notice a major difference. The anti-inflammatory effects are profound after that and as an aside the Germans use this in large amounts as one way to prevent and lower cancer effects.
When should I take Wobenzym N?
Dosage and Administration As a preventive measure, three tablets on a relatively empty stomach two to three times a day (3 b.i.d./t.i.d.).
What is the difference between Wobenzym N and Wobenzym?
There are three different strengths available; this one, Wobenzym PS (Professional Strength), provides twice the enzymatic strength of the original Wobenzym N formula, while the new Wobenzym Plus tablets contain 50% more than this PS formula.
What is the difference between Wobenzym N and wobenzym?
Can you take wobenzym long term?
Wobenzym is associated with fewer adverse events and, therefore, may be appropriate for long-term use.
What is Wobenzym made of?
Wobenzym, a combination of proteolytic enzymes and the antioxidant rutin, works systemically by targeting various tissues and organs in the body. Wobenzym is targeted at modulating the immune response to restore a healthy balance between anti-inflammatory and pro-inflammatory cytokines.
What is the ingredients in Wobenzym N?
Ingredients. Each serving size (3 tablets) contains: Pancreatin (pancreas) 300 mg, Papain (Carica papaya) 180 mg, Bromelain (Ananas comosus) 135 mg, Trypsin (pancreas) 72 mg, Chymotrypsin (pancreas) 3 mg, Rutoside trihydrate (Rutin) 150 mg.