HimoTrips is a dietary supplement with a complex of digestive enzymes originating from the porcine pancreas (proteases, lipases, amylase, trypsin and chymotrypsin) intended to maintain normal diastasis in the body, as well as supplements in case of reduced synthesis or increased need for these enzymes, such as the processes followed by the formation exudate:
- in traumatology and surgery when patients should prevent or accelerate the resorption of edema and hematoma
- to accelerate the healing of inflammatory processes (eg upper respiratory tract: reduces the viscosity of the bronchial secretion and facilitates its expectoration.
Proteolytic enzymes, trypsin and chymotrypsin, in HimoTrips have specific catalytic activity for endopeptidases and esterases. Upon entering the bloodstream, the enzymatic activity of HimoTrips is inhibited. Due to the reversibility of inhibition, enzymes regain their activity upon leaving the bloodstream in the zone of permeable or open blood and lymph vessels, the so-called. interstitium. In this way, in the area outside the blood and lymph vessels, enzymes are released and their enzymatic activity is released.
HimoTrips affects lymphoid tissue in terms of improved drainage of lymph from the inflammatory area, helps to preserve lymph perfusion and increased flow of lymph from tissue (accelerates the elimination of toxins from the intercellular space). It is anti-inflammatory in viral and bacterial infections. It is used in edema and surgical wounds as it helps the resorption of the same, as well as in the state of secretion in the sinuses and bronchi.
These HimoTrips effects allow drugs to normalize the tissues of the endocrine, nervous and immune systems through activation of the lymphatic system of the digestive tube (intestine). The sensitivity of the tissue to the action of other drugs is increased, thereby achieving the effectiveness of smaller doses of the drugs, thereby reducing their potential toxicity.
HimoTrips activates lipase-P, an essential interstitial enzyme in the breakdown of fat cells, adipocytes in fat depots (liver, subcutaneous tissue, visceral region).
- Renal, cardiac, lymphatic edema
- Diabetes-induced edema
- Lymphatic hypertrophy (tonsillitis, pharyngitis)
- Allergic reactions with intestinal and skin manifestations
- Chronic illness-induced intoxication
- Increasing the effectiveness of medicines
- In benign and malignant tumors where there is a delay (disorder) of lymphatic drainage