by Sharmini Gana
March 23, 2016
Serrapeptase is a proteolytic
(protein destroying) enzyme found in
Serrapeptase digests inflammations, scars (non-living tissue), blood
clots, cysts, arterial plaque, and inflammation in all forms.
Serrapeptase (also known as "serratiopeptidase")
is an enzyme extracted from a type of bacteria that occurs
naturally in the intestines of the silkworm.
Found to possess
serrapeptase is widely available in supplement form.
Doctors in Asia and Europe have been
prescribing serrapeptase to treat various forms of inflammation for
the past 30 years, yet in North America, where it is considered a
supplement, is remains relatively unknown.
Popularized by the late German physician Dr. Hans Nieper, who
used it to treat his patients, serrapeptase treats many different
chronic pain and inflammation conditions:
Serrapeptase gradually cleans
out plaques (made of fat, cholesterol, cellular waste,
calcium, and fibrin) in the arteries by dissolving them,
thus eliminating the inflammation at the root of plaque
Serrapeptase loosens sputum
(heavy mucous) and reduces the chronic coughing and
expectoration, which causes a lot of pain in bronchitis.
Serrapeptase is a natural pain
control substance which blocks the release of pain causing
compounds from inflamed tissues. It helps with traumatic
injuries, like sprains and torn ligaments, and is effective
for treating post operative pain and edema/swelling.
All types of scars can be
significantly reduced with the use of serrapeptase for
3+months because it dissolves fibrin, a component of scar
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Serrapeptase addresses the
underlying causes of inflammation, while digesting the dead,
inflamed tissue in the colon.
Ear, Nose, & Throat Issues
Serrapeptase eases the
inflammation associated with chronic allergies without the
side effects of typical sinus medications and treatments.
Serrapeptase is currently being studied
and used for a vast array of applications for human health and
This includes therapeutic use for,
nerve damage, multiple sclerosis,
chronic ear infections, hay fever, lung congestion, swollen
glands, laryngitis, rhinitis, chronic pain, arthritis, back and
neck pain, diabetes, ulcers, osteoporosis, prostate problems,
rheumatoid arthritis, sports injuries, post operative scars and
lesions, breast cysts, varicose veins, arterial diseases,
angina, and blood clots.
Any disease or condition that involves
inflammation (which is anything that ends in "itis"), cysts of any
type, asthma, emphysema, and excessive mucous production can all be
treated with serrapeptase.
Serrapeptase for Pets
There are many testimonials
online from grateful pet owners who have found excellent
results using serrapeptase to treat a variety of conditions,
as well as a product made specifically for pets/animals,
On a scale of 1 to 1000 with 1 being harmless and 1000 being highly
toxic, ASA, Ibuprofen, and Corticosteriods are close to 1000 while
serrapeptase is closer to 1.
Serrapeptase does not interact with any
prescription drug or nutritional supplement.
How To Take
Serrapeptase (Very Important)
It must be taken on an empty stomach (1h before eating
or 2h after meals) in order to be effective.
If taken with food, it simply enhances
digestion. It must be enteric coated so that it will not be
dissolved by stomach acids and can be absorbed into the bloodstream
from the small intestines.
Also consider trying high potency forms (120,000 units) for best
results and start with a low daily dose, working upwards within
reason (too many a day can tax your liver), until you see results
for your condition.
You may feel sluggish or tired
initially, as the serrapeptase works to reduce inflammation, just
like you would with a detox.