Lysozyme is an anti-inflammatory enzyme that can break down cell walls. It is commonly found in tears, saliva, sweat, and other bodily fluids. Lysozyme plays an important role in the innate immune system and provides protection against bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Lysozyme is mainly divided into three types, including:
Due to its antibacterial and antiviral properties, lysozyme is widely used in medicine, cosmetics, and food preservation. Lysozyme is commonly used to treat inflammatory symptoms, such as:
There is currently no clear data showing which type of person is more suitable for taking lysozyme, so it is recommended to consult a doctor before taking it.
Lysozyme may cause the following side effects:
In addition, pregnant or breastfeeding women who need to take lysozyme should consult a doctor first.How to take lysozyme correctly?
The usual adult dose is 90 milligrams per dose, taken two to three times a day, or as prescribed by a doctor.
Different brands of lysozyme may have different storage methods, most of which can be stored in a cool, dry place, but the medication instructions should be consulted before purchasing.
Lysozyme is an over-the-counter medication in Hong Kong, so it can be purchased at grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, and drugstores. Before purchasing, you can also browse the List of Authorized Poison Sellers under the Hong Kong Department of Health to buy quality and safe lysozyme.
Lysozyme is a naturally occurring enzyme found in tears, saliva, and mucus of humans and other animals that helps prevent bacterial and viral infections. It is widely used in the medical, cosmetic, and food industries as a safe food additive and is not considered addictive.
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