Enzyme Therapy is a complementary medicine in which, the oral administration of proteolytic enzymes
is done for the purpose of improving immune system function, used for a wide variety of disorders,
including trauma, inflammation, autoimmune diseases, and viral infection, and as adjunctive therapy in
What is the process behind enzyme therapy?
It refers to the process of making enzymes flowing through the body for producing beneficial, healing changes.
Which conditions can be treated by Enzyme Therapy?
Enzyme therapy, also known as systemic enzyme therapy, is used to treat a variety of conditions.
It’s most often used by alternative health practitioners but is also used in mainstream medicine via asparaginase,
an enzyme used in chemotherapy. Enzyme therapy may be used in the treatment of cystic fibrosis, pancreatic
insufficiency, and to treat certain cancers. Enzymes can be taken intravenously, topically, or orally via pills
What are the different enzymes types used in Enzyme Therapy?
Enzymes used in therapy can be divided into pancreatic enzymes and plant enzymes. Pancreatic enzymes used in
enzyme therapy are derived from an animal source. These enzymes work to promote healthy immune and digestive
systems. Plant enzymes are sourced from food, like pineapple and papaya, and work to make the digestive system
run efficiently. Besides digestive enzymes, there are also metabolic enzymes that build new cells and repair
damaged ones throughout the body.