Bromelina, papaina e zinco

Due enzimi proteolitici ad alta concentrazione con il loro attivatore

Casi Clinici

Riduzione significativa dell'edema in meno di 4 gg (1)

Associato agli antibiotici ne aumenta l'assorbimento ematico e tessutale(2)

Indicazioni e Modalità d'uso

Raccolta Proliset


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