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Wobenzym N is a combination of systemic enzymes, basically consisting of bromelain (from pineapple), papain (from papaya), rutin (a flavonoid), and other proteolytic enzymes. These enzymes are naturally occurring and are used for their anti-inflammatory and digestive properties. Wobenzym N is a scientifically-proven formula that Enhances and regulates the healing process. Reduces inflammation and pain by attacking inflammatory mediators (bradykinin) Increases metabolism and aids in weight loss.

Manufactured By

Pacific Pharmaceuticals LTD

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Active Ingredient

Promelain, Chymotrypsin, Trypsin, Papain, Pancreatin, Rutin 



Recommended Dosage




  • In Osteoarthritis it is used to reduce pain and improve joint mobility.
  • Post-surgical recovery It is used to decrease inflammation and promote healing.
  • Immune support To enhance the body's natural defense mechanisms.
  • To alleviate symptoms related to inflammation in the body.
  • The dosage of Wobenzym N varies based on the intended use and individual needs. Commonly, adults might take 3 tablets, 2 times a day, taken at least 45 minutes before or after a meal. 
  • The dose may vary, and it's essential to follow the recommendation of a doctor 

  • Wobenzym N is generally well-tolerated, but some patients might experience:
  • Digestive upset or diarrhea, primarily if taken on an empty stomach.
  • Allergic reactions, especially in patients allergic to pineapple, papaya, or any other component of the tablet.
  • Changes in the color, consistency, or smell of stools due to the presence of undigested enzymes.
  • Always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement or medication.

Q: If we are not getting the results of the wobenzym tablets can we increase dosage?

do not make any harsh steps to your body consult a doctor.

Q: swear stomach discomfort after wobenzym what to do?

consult the doctor and rush to the hospital.

Q: I'm sleepless. Can it be the cause of wobenzym?

A: Typically it won't affect your sleeping cycle but it is suggested to consult a doctor.

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