Doctor's Best Serrapeptase


Doctor's Best Serrapeptase Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Vegan, 40,000 SPU, 270 Veggie Caps

Serrapeptase Super Miracle Enzyme. Supports Supports Healthy Sinuses, Asthma, Atherosclerosis, Back pain, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Crohn's disease, Fibromyalgia, Migraine, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Sinusitis, Sore throat, Tension headache, Ulcerative colitis, Leg Ulcers, Blocked Veins & Amputee Prevention.

Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme found in the digestive tract of the Japanese silkworm and has been used as a nutritional supplement in Europe and Asia for over three decades. Best High Potency Serrapeptase is formulated with Serrateric, a superior alternative to enteric coating that protects the individual enzyme until it reaches the intestine for optimal absorption. Helps maintain healthy sinus and airway function and healthy immune response. Helps breakdown unwanted proteins. 

Serrapeptase is an enzyme — a compound that influences reactions in your body. Enzymes control the speed at which your body’s processes happen. For example, if you’re lactose-intolerant, it’s because you don’t produce enough of the enzyme lactase. Lactase dramatically speeds up your ability to digest the sugar in milk; without it, the milk sugar breaks down very, very slowly, and you run into digestive trouble. Enzymes are essential to performing at your best.

Serrapeptase’s benefits come from its protein-dissolving properties. This makes it a versatile addition to your biohacking toolbox. You can take serrapeptase for a few different reasons:

Serrapeptase in particular makes proteins break down much faster. It degrades dense proteins that most other enzymes can’t touch. An example is fibrin, a particularly tough protein that accumulates in scar tissue. Serrapeptase dissolves fibrin, a particularly tough protein that makes up scar tissue, and emerging research suggests that high doses of serrapeptase may reduce scarring.

Another benefit? Serrapeptase also decreases inflammation, possibly because it thins fluids so they can drain from inflamed areas more easily and prevents excessive protein build-up. If you get injured, serrapeptase may help you bounce back faster. Serrapeptase decreases swelling after surgery and injuries and sped up tissue repair. It also decreased pain.

Serrapeptase makes it easier to blow your nose when you’re sick because it breaks down proteins in mucus and makes the mucus thinner.

Chronic airway disease — Serrapeptase supplements may have a positive effect in patients with chronic airway disease. In a study published in Respirology, participants who took serrapeptase for four weeks were observed to have decreased sputum weight in the morning, lessened viscosity and elasticity of sputum, reduced frequency of coughing and other factors.

Blood clots — Evidence indicates that serrapeptase may dissolve dead or damaged tissue without harming healthy tissue, as well as break down fibrin, an insoluble protein, which is a major component in blood clots. In addition, serrapeptase may aid in reducing atherosclerotic plaque. However, more studies are needed to test the efficacy of serrapeptase in these areas. Other studies found that serrapeptase effectively removes atherosclerotic plaque without hurting any of the healthy cells along the arterial wall.

Alzheimer's disease — In a 2013 study from Human and Experimental Toxicology, serrapeptase was observed to decrease acetylcholinesterase activity in rats, transforming growth factor and interleukin-, which are found to be in high levels among those with Alzheimer's disease. The study concludes that oral administration of serrapeptase may play a role in modulating certain factors that characterize Alzheimer's disease.

Breast engorgement — Breast engorgement is a condition wherein mothers' breasts are filled with milk, making them firm and swollen. In a 1989 study published in the Singapore Medical Journal, scientists gathered 70 mothers affected with breast engorgement. Thirty-five patients who received serrapeptase reported improvement in pain, swelling and induration, compared to the remaining 35 who received placebos.

Carpal tunnel syndrome — In a study from The Journal of the Association of Physicians in India, 10 milligrams of serrapeptase were administered twice a day for a total of six weeks to people affected with carpal tunnel syndrome. Results indicate that 65 percent of cases showed significant clinical improvement, including electrophysiological barriers. However, recurrence was reported in four cases.

Dont Take With:

Fish oil. Fish oil is a mild-to-moderate blood thinner, as is serrapeptase. The two together may make your blood too thin. Fish oil and serrapeptase aren’t necessarily dangerous together, but they can be in some cases. Definitely talk to your doctor about the pair.
Aspirin. Aspirin is a more powerful blood thinner. Don’t take aspirin and serrapeptase together.
Clopidogrel, Warfarin, and other prescription blood thinners. Same as above — if you’re on any type of blood thinner, don’t add serrapeptase.

Proponents claim that serrapeptase can help with a wide range of health problems, including:
Asthma
Atherosclerosis
Back pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Crohn's disease
Fibromyalgia
Migraine
Osteoarthritis
Osteoporosis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Sinusitis
Sore throat
Tension headache
Ulcerative colitis
Scar tissue

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13 Apr 2019


By Dr. Alan Mandell
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