AUTOZYME Syrup contains Pepsin (1:3000) 10 mg + Fungal Diastase (1:1200) 50 mg, a two-drug combination available in PET packing of 200 ML. AUTOZYME is generally prescribed by General Physicians and Gynecologists.
The combination of Pepsin + Fungal Diastase in AUTOZYME syrup works to correct digestive disorders like gas, indigestion, heartburn, and abdominal discomfort. Fungal diastase and Pepsin are classified as enzymes.
Fungal Diastase+Pepsin In Autozyme syrup works as a support to our digestive system helping for proper digestion of starch or carbohydrate aid primarily used to treat the digestive disorder. AUTOZYME works as an appetite booster that treats heartburn, gas, and upper abdominal pain. It is also used to improve the ability to produce pancreatic enzymes and abdominal discomfort.
Pepsin is a protein-digesting enzyme that helps to convert large protein molecules into smaller proteins. Fungal diastase is an enzyme that converts complex carbohydrates into simple carbohydrates. It promotes digestion in cases of chronic illness, stomach fullness, flatulence, and indigestion. Thus AUTOZYME syrup aids digestive disorders and gastric problems.
What Is In It?
AUTOZYME syrup has two ingredients namely Pepsin and Fungal Diastase. Both are enzymes that help to treat digestive disorders, gastric problems, and issues related to appetite and improve the functioning of the Pancreas. It is prescribed by General Physicians and Gynecologists.