Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme originally found in the intestines of silkworms. The silkworm uses serrapeptase to digest the hard cocoon which housed the developing pupa, allowing the new moth to escape and fly away.
Silkworms also use the enzyme to digest the tough mulberry leaves on which it feeds. Now made commercially through fermentation, it can be found in the product called Serraenzyme, from Good Health Naturally.
Enzymes are made out of amino acids by RNA. They are catalysts, which means they make things happen. Enzymes are essential in every function of growth, repair and health of every living cell in the human body. Enzymes digest food, break down toxins, clean the blood, support the immune system, convert proteins to muscle, eliminate carbon dioxide from the lungs and support the pancreas and other vital organs.
Serrapeptase has the ability to digest non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts, arterial plaque and inflammation in all forms. Serrapeptase has had wide clinical use, spanning over thirty years throughout Europe and Asia, as a viable alternative to aspirin, ibuprofen and the more potent NSAIDS. Unlike these drugs, serrapeptase is a naturally occurring protease enzyme agent with no inhibitory effects on prostaglandins and is devoid of gastrointestinal side effects. In studies equivalent to a human taking thousands of tablets of enzymes, no side effects were shown. There are no drug interactions with serrapeptase. Only hemophilia patients were found to need supervision while taking them.
Serrapeptase should be part of everyone’s daily regime, for general health support, or as part of a recovery plan. It truly is The Miracle Enzyme!
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