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Serrapeptase - The 2nd Gift of the Silkworm.
Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme with powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It digests inflammatory tissue. It was originally found in microbes in the intestine of the Silk Worm and is used to make a hole in the cocoon so that the moth may emerge.
The silk worm also uses it to digest the tough Mulberry Leaves on which it feeds.Today, it is processed in vats and harvested under clinical conditions that do not involve the Silk-Worm (no Silk Worms are harmed in the process!)
How can Serrapeptase Help?
Serrapeptase digests non-living tissue - blood clots, cysts, arterial plaques and inflammation in all forms. Serrapeptase is in wide clinical use throughout Europe and Asia and is a viable alternative to Salicylates, Ibuprofen and the more potent NSAIDs. Unlike these drugs, Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring, physiologic agent with no inhibitory effects on prostaglandins and devoid of gastro-intestinal side effects.
The mechanisms of Serrapeptase consist fundamentally of a reduction of the production of the inflammatory reaction within tissue and an inhibition of the release of inflammatory mediators (histamine etc). It induces the breakdown of fibrinose tissue and reduces the viscosity of exudates. Serrapeptase breaks these substances down into harmless Amino Acids which are then dealt with by the body as normal waste products. The enzyme quite literally digests the inflammatory tissue.
Although Serrapeptase simply digests dead and inflamed tissue, these two problems are the cause of the majority of symptoms in the body. The wide range of conditions that respond to Serrapeptase include:
-Varicose Veins and other circulatory problems -Pain problems such as arthritis, joints, muscles and even MS -Lung disease such as emphysema, asthma, bronchitis and bronchiecstasis -Sinus and other ENT problems -Post operative healing, lesions and cysts (breast, ovarian etc) -Arterial plaque, DVT, blood clots -Migraines (vascular) -Enlarged prostrate
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