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DIGESTIVEaid - Ohm Healthcare


  • £15.50

Plant-derived enzymes (betaine hydrochloride, lipase, amylase, protease, bromelain and papain), combined with a range of herbs (alfalfa, apple cider vinegar, caraway seed, chamomile, fennel seed, ginger root, peppermint leaf and turmeric (with curcumin)).

The enzymes in this food supplement are derived from plant, fruit and vegetable sources.

6 plant enzymes
8 herbals with curcumin
recommended by Marie Claire magazine
Suitable for vegetarians


90 capsules per pot


Each capsule provides:

Betaine hydrochloride - 104mg
apsule shell (vegetarian) Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (HPMC) - 96mg
ipase 5,000U/GRAM - 66mg
lfalfa powder - 50mg
mylase 50,000U/GRAM - 45mg
pple cider vinegar powder - 30mg
urmeric (95% granulated) - providing 20mg curcumin - 21.05mg
araway seed powder - 20mg
hamomile powder - 20mg
ennel seed powder (Foeniculum vulgare) - 20mg
inger root (Zingiberis rhizoma) - 20mg
agnesium stearate (veg source) - 20mg
eppermint leaf powder - 20mg
rotease III 30,000HUT/gm - 16.6mg
romelain 1200GDU/G - 5mg
apain 2000u/mg - 0.15mg

Contains no added: artificial colours, flavourings, preservatives, dairy products, gluten, lactose, soya, sugar or yeast.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Kosher approved.


More information:

A five-star product, but don't take our word for it...

DIGESTIVEaid has been recommended by Marie Claire magazine and world-renowned naturopath and author, Max Tomlinson (click here to view article).

Digestive enzymes

Digestive enzymes, which are only a few of the thousands of known enzymes, are complex proteins that are found in the digestive tract.

They are secreted by different glands in the body, including the salivary glands, the stomach and pancreas glands and the glands in the small intestines. They also each have specific sites of action, including the mouth, the stomach, the duodenum and the jejunum.

The human body produces around 22 different types of digestive enzymes, each of which acts on a different type of food.

The number of digestive enzymes produced by our bodies decreases as we age - enzyme production in the body actually decreases by as much as 30% in most adults over 50. Caffeine and alcohol intake, illness, pregnancy, stress, severe weather and exercise can also all take their toll on our finite enzyme reserves.

Luckily, digestive enzymes are also found naturally in fruits, vegetables, herbs and other raw foods.

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