Serrapeptase for pain and inflammation


Use Serrapeptase for pain and inflammation. Serrapeptase is an enzyme and enzymes are proteins that are the catalyst for life. Without them life (and therefore health) would not exist as we know it. Even Oxygen needs enzymes to be released into the atmosphere. Their importance to health cannot be overestimated and they are the prime tools in regaining health from many health problems.

Without proper and appropriate enzyme activity  good health would be hard to attain.

Enzymes are used in every facet of industry: making beer, cheese, leather processing, sauerkraut, fermented soy products like miso and tempeh,
food processing and in many chemical processes.

Serrapeptase is also made by a bacterium and was originally found it the Silkworm.
The Silkworm uses the enzymes to help digest the tough Mulberry leaves it lives on and spectacularly it uses it to instantly dissolve a large hole in the super hard wall of the cocoon it lives in. The silkworm moth then emerges quickly and escapes.

Serrapeptase – a Protease Type Enzyme that stops inflammation and dissolves non-vital tissue.

Serrapeptase is strong anti-inflammatory, it safely stops inappropriate inflammation, It has the ability to dissolve any dead or non-living tissue that may be gumming up the works, particularly mucus and inflammation associated with pain.

Over the past 30 years studies and practitioners’ observations have shown benefits in a huge range of conditions, including: Arthritis, Inflammatory Migraines/Headaches, Chest Problems such as Bronchitis, Asthma, Bronchiectasis, Sinus, Blocked Arteries, Fibrocystic Breast Disease etc.

German doctor, Dr. Hans Napier, has had positive results with clearing blocked arteries.

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