Vegetarian enzymes with “it all” help you to digest food and relieves bloating, gas, and pain after eating. But, there is a hidden allergen.


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Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Elmore PHARMD, BCPS

Allerzyme is a vegetarian enzyme complex that promotes digestion. Of all the digestive enzyme supplements Young Living has, Allerzyme has IT ALL: the most essential oils as well as different types of enzymes of all of their other digestive enzymes.

What It’s For

Allerzyme will transform the way your body digests food. It supports normal digestion and helps reduce bloating, gas, and pain after eating. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, everyone should be taking a dietary enzyme supplement from Young Living.

Ingredient Highlights

Allerzyme contains alpha-galactosidase, an enzyme that breaks down constituents found in beans and legumes. It also contains lactase which breaks down lactose. Bust the bloat!

Who Should Take Allerzyme

Allerzyme is great for anyone with indigestion and discomfort after eating. It is suggested for use in adults and children over the age of 12. Because of certain essential oils in this supplement, take caution when taking it if you are pregnant.

GLUTEN ALLERGIES AND CELIAC: Allerzyme contains barley grass, but it should not contain gluten unless crossed contaminated from barley seeds. You should not have a reaction to this supplement; however, if you are severely sensitive it is recommended that you consult with your physician, or closely monitor your outcomes when first trying this supplement.

Companion Products

DiGize is an essential oil blend that is great for use when you experience tummy aches and indigestion.

While supporting your tract with Allerzyme, replenish vital bacteria with the Life 9 supplement, and use Comfortone to cleanse the digestive system.

Don’t Have Allerzyme?

Try Detoxzyme! However, remember to only take 1 digestive enzyme supplement at a time.

As for the littles (under 12 years of age) that you want to give digestive enzymes to, use MightyZymes!

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