Plant roots constantly renew their outer shell. Older cells exfoliate and are replaced with new ones. The faster the root grows, the more old root material accumulates in the stem of the plant. Older parts of the plant mainly contain cellulose, which can be spread only by special microorganisms. They convert it into active carbohydrates absorbed by the plant, which the roots use directly as food. If a part of the plant (e.g. leaf or root) is no longer needed, ingredients such as minerals are transported (therefore they become yellow) and cellulose remains. The plant then gets rid of the dead leaf or root. The plant constantly renews its cells, which explains why unprocessed cellulose remains in the stem, which is becoming increasingly contaminated. In nature, there are special microorganisms, we mean especially fungi that digest the fibers of the plant with the help of enzymes.
Hesi PowerZyme is an extract made from these special microorganisms and contains the same enzymes in their purest form.
The biggest advantage of enzymes is that thanks to them harmful microorganisms do not interfere with healthy microflora.
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