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The importance of proteolytic enzymes when treating inflammatory condtions in biological medicine is well established and widely prescibed by German physicians. Proteolytic enzymes control inflammation by breaking up inflammatory debris and initiate tissue restitution. In cases of acute sports injuries where rapid healing is very important, proteolytic enzyme therapy is remarkably effective and is used by many major league German sports and Olympic teams.


Recommended for

Allergic reactions involving mucous build-up, arthritis, bronchitis, burns, abrasions, operative wounds, contusions, strains, sprains, reptured disc, edema, ENT conditions, hepatitis, musculoskeletal inflammations, rheumatic diseases following radiation therapy, pancreaitis, respiratory condtions, reptured disc, sinusitis and otitis media, thrombi in veins, thrombophlebitis, thrombosis, urinary tract infection


Provides immune and digestive support. 


MARCOZYME is a highly concentrated and powerful proteolytic enzyme combination. Compare the concentration of ingredients with similar products on the market.

Glyphosate Free

Each MARCOZYME tablet contains:
Pancreatin 245mg

Papain 60mg
Bromelain 60mg
Rutin 60mg
Trypsin 25mg
Chymotrypsin 2mg
Magnesium Aspartate 2mg

Acute Conditions: 5 tablets, every one to two hours until improvement is realized (up to three days), then reduce frequency and dose.
Chronic Conditions: 3 to 5 tablets two to three times daily, one hour before or between meals. This dose is based on a 160-pound person.
1/2 or less of the adult dosage.



In diseases or surgery with an increased risk of henorrhage, or when an increase in fibrin disintegration is undesirable, the fibrinolytic effect of enzymes should be seriously considered.

In the presence of gastritis, gastic and duodenal ulcers, proteolytic enzymes should be prescribed with caution. If abdominal discomfort is felt, it is an indicator of acute inflammation and/or a leaky gut condition. 


  • This information is not meant to diagnose, treat or replace traditional treatment, and has not been approved by the FDA or HPB.

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