Barrier technology

Enzymatica uses a unique marine enzyme, a cold-adapted trypsin that forms in the pancreas of cod. The enzyme is extracted as a by-product of fish processing (from fish waste) and therefore leaves no negative ecological footprint.

The enzyme has unique properties at body temperature (about 37 ºC, 98.6 ºF) and higher enzymatic activity than the corresponding enzyme in mammals. These properties make the enzyme highly effective in protecting against disease-related microorganisms such as viruses.

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