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For general maintenance Medizym's recommended dosage is: three (3) tablets, two (2) times per day at least one hour before meals.

During an acute inflammation, higher doses of about 6 to 10 pills 3 times a day are preferable. After 2 or 3 days, the dose then may be reduced to 6 pills 2 times a day and then reduce to 6 pills once a day.

During a chronic inflammation, a high dose of 6 pills 3 times a day for 2 weeks should be taken and continued with 6 pills 2 times a day.

As a reminder, always discuss the supplements and medications you take with your health care provider.

How does Medizym reach all parts of the body?

As you will see, the enzymes bromelain, papain, trypsin and chymotrypsin are part of our nutrition. Normally, after ingestion, most of these enzymes would be disturbed in our stomach by acid environments and digestive enzymes. Proprietary technologies have made its possible for the enzymes in Medizym to survive in the highly purified form needed to benefit organs and tissue. Once stabilized in tablet form, the enzymes must be protected with an acid-stable film to withstand the gastric juices of the stomach, so that they can enter the upper intestine in a biologically active form where they are adsorbed.

How much of the enzymes are absorbed?

We know that even at best right now only five to ten percent of the ingested enzymes from Medizym reach the blood by persorption. That means that enzyme molecules pass the cell and between the cells to enter into the blood stream.

Side Effects of Medizym

Some people react with heavy gas formations and diarrhea. In this case, the dose should be initially reduced. Noticeable is also the altered scent of the defecation. A further, often observed and surely very positive side effect is an advance in the general well being.


In principle, use of Medizym has no side effects; after all, the enzymes from Medizym are parts of our nourishment. There are, in fact, a few exceptions:

  • •    Individuals who are allergic to pineapples should not take Medizym because it contains
  • bromelain which is derived from pineapples.
  • •    People who take blood thinners should consult their physician.
  • •    Hemophiliacs should not take Medizym.
  • •    Patients with pulmonary emphysema should not take Medizym.
  • •    Patients with thrombocytopenia (< 80,000) should not take Medizym.
  • •    Before surgery such as hip or gynecological surgeries, it would be best to consult
  • with your doctor before taking Medizym.
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