Trypsin is known as an enzyme. An enzyme may be defined as a protein which helps some biochemical reactions in the body. This enzyme is typically found in the small intestine. Trypsin is prescribed to individuals who have problems with digestion. Trypsin is also prescribed in combination with other drugs to treat health problems like osteoarthritis. It effectively relives pain and helps the knees to function properly. Trypsin can also be directly applied to cuts and wounds, in order to remove dead tissue and initiate faster healing (that is the regrowth of healthy tissue).
When it comes to side effects, Trypsin can result in a burning sensation and a bit of pain when it is used to clean cuts and wounds. Side effects of Trypsin in the treatment of osteoarthritis and improved digestion is not yet known.
The benefits and risks of taking Trypsin during pregnancy or while breast feeding should be discussed with the doctor, before you start taking it.
Trypsin should be taken orally, when consuming it to treat osteoarthritis or improving digestion. In order to heal wounds, Trypsin is available in a form of a pray. It should be applied until the cut or injury is completely healed.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Rheumatologist before using this medicine.