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Enzymatic Therapy

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Launching Phytodolor dietary supplement for arthritis pain in health food stores in March under an agreement with the German firm Steigerwald. The product has been "used by Germans as an alternative to aspirin for arthritis pain relief for over 30 years," Enzymatic Therapy says. "Clinical studies conducted on patients with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis indicate results are realized within two to four weeks with no stomach upset." ET plans to conduct further North American studies of the product in 1999. Phytodolor contains a 3:1:1 ratio of liquid extracts of aspen, goldenrod and common ash
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