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The Benefits Of Serrapeptase

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You may have heard of enzymes before. Usually they are associated with digesting food in the stomach, but there are also enzymes that work throughout your body. These are called systemic enzymes. Serrapeptase is a systemic enzyme.

Dissolving Scar Tissue

Serrapeptase is an enzyme whose primary function is to dissolve scar tissue within your body. It can reduce inflammation and encourage your immune system to function at its best. Serrapeptase can help your body use its natural resources to fight a number of diseases and conditions.

Serrapeptase is derived from a bacteria that allows silk worms to dissolve their cocoon. Taken as a supplement, serrapeptase uses the same properties to dissolve waste products and non living tissue in the body without harming any living tissue. Serrapeptase can also thin fluids in the body such as mucus preventing inflammation.

Reducing Inflammation

Because of its ability to thin mucus and reduce inflammation Serrapeptase is useful for fighting chronic sinus infections, ear infections, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and rhinitis. Reducing inflammation can also relieve pain caused by arthritis, headaches, injuries, post operative pain, and inflammatory disease.

Prevention

Serrapeptase can also be used for prevention. It has the ability to eat away dead tissue including the plaque that builds up in arteries. Taking serrapeptase can result in a healthy circulatory system and reduce the risk of and even reverse arteriosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis can lead to chronic heart disease, heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure.

Pulmonary Fibrosis

Serrapeptase can be effective against pulmonary fibrosis. Pulmonary fibrosis is the hardening of the lungs due to the development of scar tissue. Currently there is no clinical treatment to cure pulmonary fibrosis and harmful anti-inflammatory drugs, such as predinsone, are often used to manage its symptoms, according to Mayo Clinic. Serrapeptase can dissolve the scar tissue on the lungs that is the root of the problem. It can also address symptoms as it thins mucus and helps reduce coughing and infection in the lungs. A pulmonary fibrosis diagnosis can feel very bleak, but serrapeptase offers and opportunity to heal and maintain a better quality of life.

Fibroids

Fibroids are noncancerous growths that can occur in the uterus. Most often they are unnoticed, but they can cause physical discomfort and even interfere with fertility. Fibroids can be surgically removed, but the process is invasive and the growths typically return. According to WebMD, Hormones, such as those found in contraceptives can alleviate some of the symptoms of fibroids, but they do not address the fibroid itself. Serrapeptase can fight fibroids by eating away at the tissues that the growths are made of. It is the only way to remove the growth and prevent further fibroids without performing a hysterectomy.

Natural Defense

Serrapeptase uses your body’s natural responses to address a myriad of prognoses. While clinical treatments often fight symptoms, Serrapeptase gets to the root causes. Your body naturally produces enzymes that fight scar tissue and inflammation, however as you age these enzymes begin to drop off. Supplementing your body’s natural enzymes with serrapeptase will help you ward of chronic diseases.

It is important that the systemic enzymes make it past your body’s digestive system. They should always be taken on an empty stomach. Serra RX and Serracor-NK from Biomedic Labs RX offer enterically coated serrapeptase enzymes, protecting them from stomach acids and allowing them to be absorbed into the body through the intestines.

To ward off chronic disease such as chronic heart disease or pulmonary fibrosis try Serracor-NK and Serra RX. Get rid of unhealthy inflammation and use your body’s natural resources to feel better.

Image: “Anatomy of the Lung and Heart” by University of Liverpool

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