Wobenzym

Wobenzym is an enzyme preparation. The enzyme combination in wobenzym accelerates healing processes and eliminates the cause of ... Wobenzym is an enzyme preparation. The enzyme combination in wobenzym accelerates healing processes and eliminates the cause of pain (eg in joint pain such as osteoarthritis and rheumatism). Humans have been using the power of enzymes for thousands of years. However, just a few decades ago...

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Wobenzym is an enzyme preparation. The enzyme combination in wobenzym accelerates healing processes and eliminates the cause of pain (eg in joint pain such as arthrosis and rheumatism). Humans have been using the power of enzymes for thousands of years. However, just a few decades ago, it has been scientifically proven what exactly makes enzyme therapy a real success story and how its healing effects can be enhanced. The makers of Wobenzym played a decisive role in this. Their unique enzyme combination was developed back in the 1940s. Patients have benefited from their wealth of experience to this day: Wobenzym has been available in German pharmacies for almost 60 years - and has since made the breakthrough in nearly 30 countries on three continents.

Recover with history - the healing power of the enzymes

Already in the Old Testament it is described that a wound is healed by applying a fig plaster. What was good at the time from centuries of experience can now be scientifically explained: The enzyme ficin, which is abundant in figs, was probably behind the success of the treatment. But people always rely on enzymes for more than just medical reasons: these special proteins also allow grapes to be fermented into wine, and they are the driving force of the yeast in the dough of baked goods.

The term enzyme therefore also stands for "in yeast". It was struck in 1878 by the German physiologist Wilhelm Friedrich Kühne. Today, scientists only refer to biocatalysts that enable chemical reactions as enzymes.

Individual enzymes could not be isolated until the beginning of the 20th century. This increases the opportunities for their medical application and industrial production. Consistent quality of the preparations was easier to guarantee. And they became an exclusive therapy for the "well-off" and affordable help for all patients - just like the current wobenzym.

The path from wobenzym to successful therapy

A universal genius from Austria is considered a true pioneer in the field of enzyme therapy, especially for cancer patients: the Viennese physician Professor Max Wolf has concentrated his research on this form of treatment since 1930, founded the Biological Research Institute in New York and hired the Columbia biochemist Helen Benitez in University a. Together they developed a combination of enzymes that have an anti-inflammatory effect and can have a positive effect on degenerative processes: The "Wolf-Benitez enzyme mixture", later called "WoBe enzyme" for short, was soon very popular with patients and formed the basis for the wobenzym of today.

In the late 1950s, Professor Wolf met biologist Karl Ransberger. Together with the endocrinologist professor Hellmut Haubold in Munich, he intensively researched the effects of vitamins at that time. Haubold founded the company MUCOS in 1949 and Ransberger took over management in 1957. Professor Wolf was looking for partners to make his previously complex and thus expensive enzyme mixture of the highest quality accessible to the general public.

As a result, they worked together and the friendly bond soon became a business relationship. Wobenzym entered the German market in 1960. MUCOS has been comprehensive. In 2007 Mucos was taken over by the Canadian company Atrium Innovations, also successful with various health products. Today, Wobenzym is available in more than 30 countries on three continents. And research is being done on healing enzymes.