Serrapeptase is considered by many to be a “miracle enzyme” for a number of serious health problems. This naturally occurring anti-inflammatory enzyme is extracted from the gut of a silkworm. In the silkworm’s stomach, bacteria produce an enzyme called Serrapeptase which the silkworm uses to digest the tough mulberry leaves that it feeds on. When the silkworm completes its metamorphosis, it secretes this enzyme to dissolve the hard cocoon so that butterfly can emerge and fly off easily to continue its life-cycle. This enzyme has been of great interest to science and medicine. The Japanese have successfully used this enzyme for many years and consider Serrapeptase a viable alternative to ibuprofen and other NSAIDs. Go to www.serrapeptase.org for more details.
In Germany over twenty-five years ago, Dr. Napier did extensive research on the use of Serrapeptase with his patients. He noted that this enzyme was beneficial in the treatment of inflammatory disorders by relieving pain and swelling. His clinical studies with his cardiac patients proved that Serrapeptase dissolved the arterial plaque in their arteries which reduced the incidence of stroke and heart attack. No other natural enzyme has been found to break down the protein by-products of blood coagulation called fibrin and dissolve atherosclerotic plaque so effectively without damage to the inside of the arteries.
Serrapeptase is one of nature’s most potent and effective enzymes to enhance the healing process with no known side effects. Because Serrapeptase has been beneficial for the treatment of many diseases, it’s been labeled the “miracle enzyme”. Visit Serrapeptase Facebook Page for clinical documentation.