What product is being considered? what is the ratioale behind using it?
From what I've seen on the page referenced above, they're trying to convince people that consuming "enzymes" (which will be broken down by the acids and gasp--the *enzymes* in your or the horse's GI tract) will cause miraculous things to happen.
"It's like a Russian nesting doll of train wrecks."--CaitlinandTheBay
I see their recommendations are different and they're promoting it as a pre and post surgical cream. Maybe I just got lucky, but one of the sarcoids was right next to my QH's eye. It's completely gone with no scar.
There are certain instances where enzymes are great and have been proven in legitimate studies to be beneficial (for digestion mainly), but I don't see how any effect would be seen on a virus... I'm curious as to their concept behind it, though.
Life is impossible without enzymes. But their use medicinally is EXTREMELY limited, and generally only in cases of . . . some sort of enzyme deficiency and extremely focused, "niche" applications. Beyond that, especially in terms of ingesting them, enzymes can be considered fancy bits of protein and not much else. They require just the right environment and substrate to do anything at all, and if those things are not in place they are functionally useless.