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lymster
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Merry Christmas to the ones who celebrate Christmas and Happy Holiday's to the ones who don't.

I have a question on the Wobenzyme N, I had been taking it for a few months, I usually buy it from Super Suplements, the distributor is Naturally Vitamins and across the label says "Americas #1 Systemic Oral Enzyme Formula".

However, I just order one from VitaminShoppee and the label is completely different, the ingredients are the same but the brand is MUCOS and across the label says "Supports the Immune System".
The picture of this product on the Vitamin Shoopee website was identical to the one from Super Suplements, but I just got the shipment and the product label it's completely different.

So..... I was wondering if anyone had bad experiences with VitaminShoppee or maybe the label just changed recently. I say this because I understand that Naturrally Vitamins is a distributor of MUCOS, who is the original maufacturer from Germany.

Any input, will be greatly appreciated, I don't want to ingest some fake supp.

Take care, Lymster in WA

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Carol in PA
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I use this product daily, so thought I would comment.

You could try taking the MUCOS and see if you notice any difference.

I used a different brand of enzyme blend for a while when Wobenzym was unavailable last spring, and I noticed a difference right away. Digestive upset!

Another idea would be to contact Vitamin Shoppe and ask them about the different labels.

I'll be ordering Wobenzym again soon from Vitamin Shoppe, and I can let you know which label I get.

Carol

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Thank you Carol! I will call them tomorrow.

Lymster in WA

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Carol in PA
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For those of you who are not familiar with
Proteolytic enzyme therapy, here is some information I found.


Proteolytic enzymes, as per Sloan-Kettering
http://www.mskcc.org/mskcc/html/69342.cfm

The Healing Power of Proteolytic Enzymes
http://www.doctormurray.com/articles/Penzymes.htm


I first decided to try enzymes in an attempt to reduce inflammation.
The more I read about it, the more intrigued I became.

Some LLMD's advise their patients to take this with the antibiotics, as the antibiotics seem to work better.

Carol

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I received the Wobenzym this last week, and the label shows that it was manufactured in Berlin.

It's the same company.
It's the real thing.

Carol

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my experience is wobenzym n.

i take 3-4 with abx, as it can make them more effective at time of dosing.

cheers

derek

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