Douglas Laboratories Presents New Wobenzym Professional Strength

Douglas Laboratories and Mucos, LLC are proud to offer their newest professional strength systemic enzyme supplement, Wobenzym® PS, available exclusively to health care professionals.

For more than 60 years, Wobenzym® has been a trusted name for systemic enzyme support. Developed by leading scientists and used by millions of people worldwide, the family of Wobenzym® products has been proven to be safe and beneficial for overall immune support.

Backed by decades of clinical research and published studies, Wobenzym® supplies specific enzymes to the body to support immune function, joint, muscle and tendon health, as well as normal wound healing. Now, the new Wobenzym® PS provides health professionals with a unique blend of enzymes in an enhanced formula with twice the strength of active ingredients; Bromelain, Trypsin, and Rutoside compared to Wobenzym N.

With worldwide headquarters located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Douglas Laboratories currently offers approximately 700 branded nutraceutical products along with new products introduced on a continuing basis. Working with an experienced research staff of PhDs and a world-renowned medical advisory board, Douglas Laboratories’ commitment to bring innovative, clinically supported products to the marketplace to support patient needs is unsurpassed.
For additional information on Douglas Laboratories, visit, email [email protected], or call 1-888-DOUGLAB.

Mucos Pharma, an affiliate German company to Mucos LLC, in USA, is a future-oriented pharmaceutical initiative with high scientific competence, expertise and growth potential. Since the establishment of Mucos Pharma nearly 60 years ago, the company has continued to develop its international presence.
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