Enzomac D Composition

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enzomac tablet

composition of enzomac and enractin tablets ## contents of tab. enzomac forte ## This has been asked about several times recently and I cannot find any information on what it contains or what it is used to treat. Do you have any other information on it? What country are you in? ## Enzomac contains Trypsin,Bromelain & Routoside by macleods pharma ## true contents of Enzomac forte , Revozyme forte and many other are Trypsin 96 mg Bromelian 180 mg rutoside trihydrate 200 mg ...

salts in enzomac tablet

what substitute drug can i take instead of enzomac tablet as it is not available in kashmir ## I'm sorry, but I can't find anything that lists the active ingredients in Enzomac, the few sites I have found that list do not say what it is for, nor what it contains. Do you have any other information on it? Have you tried asking your doctor or chemist for alternatives? ## The contents of enzomac seems to be Trypsin,Bromelain,Rutoside. You can consult the doctor for a similar content tablet called Disperzyme. I do not know the exact composition of Enzomac, so please cross check with Doctor for sure. ## take pineapple daily and any other digestive such as unienzyme etc. ## YES DEAR THERE ARE ALSO MANY BRANDS LIKE ENZOMAC IN KASHMIR VALLEY.MY SUGGESTION IS TO YOU THAT YOU TAKE TOPZYME ... ...

enzomac vs enzomac forte

Hi, Can someone brief me the difference between combination containing Trypsin 48mg, Bromelain 90mg, rutoside 100mg (Enzomac) and combination containing Trypsin 96mg, Bromelain 180mg, rutoside 200mg (Enzomac forte), other than the difference between composition? Whats is the advantage of high dose instead of low dose combination? Are there any significant differences? And also is there any details available about the bioavailability of such enzyme combinations? ...

Enzomac Forte and Revozyme Forte

Please suggest some one that , whether Revozyme forte can be taken instead Enzomac Forte ,does both the drugs have same contents ## i am using enzomac for a last one month its costly i heard the other combination that is Revozyme forte ,i want to know whether the ingriendts like even excipients are also same or not and also in qty of the ingriendt in Revozyme forte ,so please send me composition along with excipient. Thanking you. ## yes the combination have same ingredients ## yes , Ingredients are same Both Contain Trypsin 96 mg Bromelain 180 mg Rutoside Trihydrate 200 mg ## That is correct, they both contain the same active ingredients, as Silky listed and treat/prevent the same medical conditions. Here are links to more information on these ingredients: While not commonly used in th... ...


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