Bibliography Bio-Ferments (Bio-fMF®) - Pharma Biozyme
Obtenemos innumerables beneficios de la naturaleza mediante la biotecnología. Hemos desarrollado tres bio-tecnologías que trabajan en sinergia para prestar una solución integral a cualquier problemática. Cada una de ellas tiene una función que en Pharma Biozyme® hemos considerado vital: el tratamiento de agua y líquidos, la emisión de ondas FIR a través de la cerámica y combinaciones de bacterias específicamente diseñadas para cada necesidad. Proponemos soluciones ecológicas, naturales y respetuosas con el medio ambiente. Generamos productos que contibuyen a la descontaminación y desintoxicación del cuerpo, la naturaleza y la indústria. En Pharma Biozyme® nos basamos en los valiosos conocimentos ancestrales combinados con la vanguardia tecnológica.
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