This Enzyme Cleans Arteries, Heals Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Fibrocystic Breasts, Lung Problems, and More
Doctors in Europe have been prescribing a naturally occurring enzyme instead of conventional steroid painkillers to treat pain, arterial plaque, scarred lung tissue, blood clots and other similar conditions.
The name of the proteolytic enzyme is serrapeptase and it digests protein. Not only that, but it also scavenges unwanted proteins in the body which makes it perfect for getting rid of internal organ scar tissue, plaque and fluid that accumulate after an injury.
The enzyme was discovered after being found in silkworms who use it on tough Mulberry leaves they eat, and to dig their way through their cocoons.
When isolated, this proteolytic enzyme has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and pain-blocking abilities similar to aspirin and the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and with none of the side-effects
It has also been observed to eliminate cancer cells before they form into tumors.
How It Works
Enzymes act as catalysts, and the human body has around 4000 biochemical reactions that need enzymes to work as catalysts.
German Dr. Hans Napier, who has studied Serrapeptase found it successful in clearing blocked arteries and preventing patients needing by-pass operations. Dr. Napier also used Serrapeptase to treat a patient was about to undergo an amputation of her hand, using this enzyme she recovered without needing the amputation.
It has even been shown to dissolve fibrin by-products of blood coagulation, in turn reducing the materialisation of blood clots, and research suggests it dissolves the fibrin coating that develops on tumours which make them impossible to detect to the immune system.
Although conventional medicine is just catching up with Serrapeptase, it been used by unrestricted real healers for the past 30 years in the East, and it has less side effects thanf EDTA (ethylenediamine tetra-acetic acid) chelation for removing arterial plaque.
Serrapeptase doesn’t block the biosynthesis of cholesterol, unlike pharmaceutical statins that are used to get rid of plaque or lipids in the blood stream.
This wonder enzyme has also been used to successfully treat arthritis, fibrocystic breast disease, lung problems, sinus problems, carpal tunnel syndrome, and sports injuries.
It has been suggested that Serrapeptase will be useful as an anti-aging agent because it will reduce the accumulation of scar tissue and inflammation.
There are many success stories of people being freed of their aches and pains after using Serrapeptase, and because it does not interfere with the immune system, there are no negative side effects in this respect.
Serrapeptase is widely available in both capsule and tablet form from health food stores and online suppliers.
If you’re wondering why you haven’t heard the name Serrapeptase before, it’s because BigPharma won’t patent it.
With no known side-effects which will lead to sales of more drugs, it’s likely it will never make it onto the shelves of your average pharmacy.
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