There was in recent years a great offer of patented additives (enzymes) to the road market as solution to soil stabilization. However, they are many times rejected because there are no theoretical foundation to prove such uses, and also because researches themselves don't see research opportunities. Anyway, these products has been marketed, and frequently municipalities and states waste resources by choosing for a solution that is not yet well studied. This study aims to present a methodology to solve the problems that affects the use of additives in laboratory, because his use in conventional tests do not shown efficient for these purposes. For this, it was used a portable traffic simulator, easy handling and common in pavement laboratories. It is a standardized equipment, used to assess the effect of compression and the strain characteristics of asphaltic coating layers. It was developed a set with several accessories to mold samples in the shape of tablets (380 x 50 x 10 mm), may be easily adapted to the equipment selected as simulator. The soils used for the production of the tested tablets were lateritic soils from Rio de Janeiro–RJ, and the enzymatic products were imported. A rigorous care was followed in the production of each tablet to ensure equality and, after, compare results each other. These tablets were molded and tested in order to obtain a series of experimental results, comparing the soil treated with enzymes with the soil without any kind of treatment. The study concludes, in principle, that the equipment used and the developed accessories are appropriate for this purpose and that the use of enzymes showed effective for some applications, but lacks more studies, including with the use of other types of soil to prove such effectiveness.