Serrapeptase - the miracle enzyme
10 June 2020 | Editor
Inflammation has been found to be associated with just about every health condition. Researchers are constantly investigating chronic inflammation’s effects on health and possible preventive medical applications.
Side effects of pain killers
The most common drugs to combat acute inflammation are Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). However, these drugs have side effects.
NSAIDs include such drugs as ibuprofen (Nurofen for example). Codeine is of course, highly addictive but does not work well on its own so as well as its own side effects, it is often combined with Ibuprofen, meaning that as well as the possibility of addiction you have the side effects of the NSAID.
This is why Serrapeptase emerged as an effective anti-inflammatory solution.
Serrapeptase is an enzyme which is naturally present in the silk-worm intestine but what does it do?
Silk worms spin their cocoons out of silk and then use serrapeptase to break out of the cocoon by getting rid of the now useless, dead material.
Serrapeptase is is processed commercially today because of its ability to get rid of unwanted, dead tissue involved in inflammation. Studies show the powerful anti-inflammatory effects of this enzyme. With no known side effects or addictive problems it represents a powerful alternative to NSAIDs and the potential side effects they present.
Inflammation is involved with most health problems. Some of the conditions associated with inflammation include those below, but you could name many more:
- Varicose Veins and other circulatory problems
- Pain problems such as, Arthritis, Joints, and Muscles Pains and even MS.
- Lung Diseases such as Emphysema, Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchitis.
- Sinus and other ENT problems
- Post Operative Healing, Lesions and Cysts (breast, ovarian etc)
- Arterial Plaque, DVT (good for travellers) and Blood Clots
- Migraines (vascular).
- Enlarged Prostate
The Miracle Enzyme
It makes sense then to deal with inflammation quickly and effectively wherever possible. This is where Serrapeptase comes in and why it is often referred to as "The miracle Enzyme".
What can Serrapeptase do for us?
Pain is simply a signal that something is wrong and so simply using pain killers to reduce the symptoms will not get rid of the problem. Indeed, as many pain killers can have unfortunate side-effects as mentioned above, what is needed is to get rid of the inflammation altogether. This is where Serrapeptase comes in.
Serrapeptase actually digests (dissolves) non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts, and arterial plaque and inflammation in all forms. Just imagine how helpful for your health that can be.
What happens to the residue that Serrapeptase has processed?
Serrapeptase converts the residue to basic amino acids and is usefully recycled into the body. Any other residue is excreted in the usual manner. But one way or another, it is gone - for good.