Fungal diastase and papain are enzymes commonly used in digestive supplements to aid in the breakdown of carbohydrates and proteins, respectively.
Fungal diastase is an enzyme derived from fungi that helps to break down complex carbohydrates into simple sugars that can be easily absorbed by the body. It is commonly used to improve digestion and treat digestive disorders such as bloating and gas.
Papain is an enzyme derived from papaya that aids in the breakdown of proteins into smaller peptides and amino acids. It is often used as a digestive aid and to relieve symptoms of indigestion, such as bloating, gas, and stomach discomfort.
The ratio 1:1200 for fungal diastase means that one part of the enzyme is mixed with 1200 parts of the base material (usually a filler or excipient). Similarly, the ratio 1:3000 for papain means that one part of the enzyme is mixed with 3000 parts of the base material.
The product you mentioned contains 50 mg of fungal diastase and 10 mg of papain, and is flavored with pineapple. It is likely marketed as a digestive supplement to improve digestion and alleviate digestive symptoms.