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(Item No. J-33): Digestine - 100 Tablets

Digestine contains a broad spectrum of digestive enzymes.
The pancreatin is enteric coated for release in the small intestine (that will not release with pH below 6.8) thereby preventing denaturation of the active enzyme. In other words, the pancreatin has been coated so that it will not dissolve until it gets into the small intestine.

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(Item No. J-33): Digestine contains a broad spectrum of digestive enzymes.

Each tablet contains: Pancreatin (140 mg of porcine), mycozyme (140 mg, an amylase enzyme isolate from fungi), papain (70 mg from papaya), pepsin (70 mg), betaine HCl (70 mg), and iron ox bile (65 mg bovine).

The pancreatin is enteric coated for release in the small intestine (that will not release with pH below 6.8) thereby preventing denaturation of the active enzyme. In other words, the pancreatin has been coated so that it will not dissolve until it gets into the small intestine.

Digestine is available in bottles of 100 tablets. Other ingredients: Cellulose (purified plant fiber aids tablet dissolution & supplies high quality fiber); Maltodextrin; Magnesium Stearate (magnesium with vegetable oil); Stearic Acid (natural vegetable oil used to allow difficult agents to flow, typically 2% or less used so not adding significant calories from fat).

(C, Maltodextrin, MS, SA)

Mfr. Rec: 1 tablet per meal or as directed.

For Pet or Animal Use consult your veterinarian or other authority for specific dosage and use for your particuar pet or animal.

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Digestine - 100 Tablets

Digestine - 100 Tablets

(Item No. J-33): Digestine - 100 Tablets

Digestine contains a broad spectrum of digestive enzymes.
The pancreatin is enteric coated for release in the small intestine (that will not release with pH below 6.8) thereby preventing denaturation of the active enzyme. In other words, the pancreatin has been coated so that it will not dissolve until it gets into the small intestine.