Serrapeptase | The Enzyme with Surprising Health Benefits

107 Comments11 May 2022

What is Serrapeptase?

Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme that is derived from the Serratia bacteria found in the intestines of silkworms. It is a natural anti-inflammatory agent that has been used for centuries in traditional medicine.

What does Serrapeptase do?

Serrapeptase works by breaking down proteins, which can help to reduce inflammation in the body. It has been shown to be effective in reducing swelling, pain, and other symptoms associated with inflammatory conditions.

What are the health benefits of serrapeptase?

The health benefits of Serrapeptase are numerous and diverse. Some of the conditions that Serrapeptase has been shown to help with include:

Inflammation and pain
Arthritis
Sinusitis
Bronchitis
Fibroids
Cystic fibrosis
Sports injuries

Does Serrapeptase have any side effects or can I take too many?

Serrapeptase is generally considered safe and well-tolerated, with few reported side effects. However, like any supplement, it is possible to take too much, which can cause digestive upset or other side effects. It is important to follow the recommended dosage instructions and speak with a healthcare professional before taking any new supplement.

What happens to the residue?

Serrapeptase is broken down by the body's natural processes and eliminated as waste. There is no residual build-up in the body.

Why can Serrapeptase benefit so many different conditions?

Serrapeptase is effective in reducing inflammation, which is a common factor in many different health conditions. By reducing inflammation, Serrapeptase can help to alleviate symptoms and improve overall well-being.

How long does it take for serrapeptase to start working?

The length of time it takes for Serrapeptase to start working can vary depending on the condition being treated and the individual's response. Some people may experience benefits within a few days, while others may take longer to see results.

In conclusion, Serrapeptase is a natural enzyme with powerful anti-inflammatory properties and a wide range of health benefits. By reducing inflammation, it can help to alleviate symptoms and improve overall well-being. If you are interested in trying Serrapeptase, it is important to speak with a healthcare professional first to ensure that it is safe for you to use.


Deborah Owen
12 September 2020  |  13:52

I have two mild heart conditions - an ectopic heartbeat that I've had for many years with no ill effects; and recently-diagnosed SVT. Following the SVT episode I've been on beta blockers for 18 months at 1.25mg per day, and the side effects are vile! I'm not taking any other meds. Can I safely take Serrapeptase while I wean off the beta blockers?


Editor
10 November 2020  |  10:51

We are advised that there is no issue with taking the Serrapeptase meanwhile but we cannot advise on your medication and you should consult your doctor concerning weaning yourself of prescribed medication.


Faithful
13 October 2020  |  8:02

Can serraptase treat after fibroid operation adhensions???


Editor
10 November 2020  |  10:57

Yes, we are advised that it can as it helps to clear excess scar tissue and aid post operative healing.


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Toni
27 October 2020  |  12:42

I'm celiac disease, my hair is falling out so bad, and my scalp
Hurts from inflammation, how many 40,000 tablets should I take?


Editor
10 November 2020  |  10:54

We do not provide this in 40,000iu. However, the 80,000iu and 250,000iu are available. We are advised that you could take 1-3 per day up to 3 x per day, of either strength.


Danny E Lyles
11 February 2021  |  17:04

I was wondering if taking this would cause my hair to fall out being hair is mostly protein. Can someone enlighten me on this ?


Editor
10 November 2020  |  10:47

We are advised it can, it helps to clear excess scar tissue and aid post operative healing.


Michele Brown
15 December 2020  |  16:50

Hi I have been taking serrepeptase each morning for the last few months I have just read that alcohol should never be consumed when on this Is this correct ?


Editor
16 December 2020  |  11:42


Although there are some "scare" stories on one or two irresponsible websites, this is absolutely not true.


Editor
23 December 2020  |  9:29

John,

Before replying to your question, we checked carefully with manufacturer's clinical teams who confirmed that it was not true. There is plenty of contradictory advice on the internet about many things, much of it misleading, much of it misguided and sometimes deliberate: often as a result of "conspiracy theories". It is not always easy to check if a source is reputable and/or accurate. However, you will be aware that we are not able to give individual medical advice and if you are still in any doubt you should consult your medical practitioner or nutritionist.


Dalia
05 February 2021  |  14:12

I cannot swallow serapectase so I open the pill and dissolve it in water is this a problem is it safe? I have headache the first day taking this tablet and slight diarrhea how to treat pain no one then


Editor
05 February 2021  |  16:04

It is perfectly safe to open the capsule and take it with water. Serrapeptase should be taken on an empty stomach though. In effect it "clears away debris" so you may experiece a change in the colour of solids that you pass. This iss natural. So,many people who can't swallow capsules use the tablets, which can be broken or split. Any of these side effects should reduce with use after intial use for a day or so but demonstrate that the serrapeptase is foing what it should. If the symptoms persist you could reduce the dose then gradually increase it.


Danny E Lyles
09 February 2021  |  18:10

Can you please tell me if serrapeptase causes hairless? That has me a little concerned...Thank you ...


Editor
17 March 2021  |  8:43

No, it does not cause hair loss.


Ish
10 February 2021  |  6:16

Can I take all the dose for the day at once ?


Editor
11 February 2021  |  7:00

It is designed to and more effective taken morning and night.


Editor
10 February 2021  |  15:20

Not had one person out of hundreds of thousands of customers and emails report this.


Sherri
12 February 2021  |  15:28

I was diagnosed with iih which is intracranial idiopathic hypertension. I would like to know if Serrapeptase is a good alternative to help treat it instead of diamox or any other doctors medication? Thanks.


Editor
17 March 2021  |  8:39

Serranol is better than basic Serrapeptase for this but both are effective.


Veronica Bould
01 March 2021  |  10:22

I am 74 years old and have been taking Serronal one tablet prior to breakfast for many years. I have recently received another order of these and notice that these should be taken 3 times a day. (I prefer one a day.
I also notice that the vitamin D3 content is 1,000iu per tablet. This three times a day 3,000iu. Is this amount too much taken daily.


Editor
17 March 2021  |  8:37

They can be taken 30mins at the rate of 1 before each of 3 meals.


Diana Clifford
26 April 2021  |  22:25

I had a cardiac ablation in october 2020. As I understand it this procedure creats scar tissue to block the nerve pathway stopping the heart going into rapid heatbeats at any time unexpectedly. Will serrapeptase have a detrimental effect on this scar tissue and cause this problem to return by dissolving the scarring which was right on the edge of the sinus.


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:43

We have not had any negative feedback in the last 21 years and millions of doses.


Harriet
02 May 2021  |  2:22

How much serrapeptase can be taken to help clear fallopian tube blockage and ovarian cyst and fibroid? Please help.


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:41

SerraPlus+ usually 2-3 months at the highest dose. See: https://www.health4youonline.com/good-health-naturally-serraplus.html


Marge
11 May 2021  |  9:33

Hi there, I have been diagnosed with CIRS/biotoxin illness from mold. Would this help with diminished lung capacity, neuro symptoms? Sure appreciate the info.

Also what is difference of serranol and serapeptase? Thank you!


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:38

Serranol is the prime lung supplement See https://www.health4youonline.com/good-health-naturally-serranol.html


Theresa Abate
18 May 2021  |  0:36

Can serrapeptase cause hair loss and nail deterioration since both are Ďdeadí protein?


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:33

We have individuals who have taken 2million IU for 20 years without experiencing hair loss


Milly
18 May 2021  |  21:00

I have been diagnosed with fatty necrosis lumps on my abdomen- will Serrapeptase dissolve it?


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:30

We would think quite possibly.


Aimee
21 May 2021  |  6:29

My husband has crohns and is having issues because of scar tissue from previous surgeries. We were told that in order for Serrapeptase to work he should not eat chicken or any type of meat. Is this true? How does meat effect itís ability to work?


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:29

See the plan under AutoImmune disease https://serrapeptase.info/health-plans/


Ladini3
27 June 2021  |  20:15

Serrapeptase was a miracle for my nasal allergies and chronic sinusitus. But I, and a friend, noticed arthritic knuckle joint "blow-outs" with permanent bumps or bone spurs during use. A hand specialist mentioned to me that scarring on joints (or synovial tissue?) is necessary for healing. Could Serrapeptase be removing these healing scars?


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:25

We have not had any negative feedback in the last 21 years and millions of doses.


Chavens
11 July 2021  |  21:08

I am wondering if the serrapeptase will dissolve a bovine heart valve...since it in dead tissue matter...I would consider taking it if I could be sure it wouldn't dissolve the dead tissue matter of the artificial heart valve made with cow material from Edward's Lifesciences SAPIEN 3 Transcatheter Heart Valve...thank you for finding out for me...maybe someone else would benefit for knowing this...


Happyinreno
12 July 2021  |  20:24

I have a macular pucker in my left eye. Which is scar tissue on the macula. Dr said they sometimes heal themselves but he is recommending surgery. I am currently taking 120,000 2x a day. 1 in morning and 1 at night. How much should i take and about how long?


Editor
19 July 2021  |  8:21

Recommend Serranol in dosage as described on container.

https://www.health4youonline.com/good-health-naturally-serranol.html


Jennifer
03 January 2022  |  22:03

Hi im looking into serrapeptase for my IBS. But i had abdominal hernia surgery (with mesh) 10 years ago. Will serrapeptase be ok for me to take?
Thank you
Jen


David Carter
06 February 2022  |  16:03

12 months ago I was diagnosed with a large diverticulum in the ascending colon which may cause low grade inflammation. I now get regular and frequent pains in that area that last 10-20 minutes. I was advised to take pain killers but I have never been keen on taking them too often. Would serrapeptase help and if so what dose should I take?


Candance
19 February 2022  |  19:44

Has this helped anyone with internal keloids I got mines from a c section and was wondering will it help has anyone used it for the same reason pls let me know