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|Servings: 40.000 SPU 90 caps.|
Pure serratiopeptidase, top quality and high activity. I would recommend this to anyone who is struggling with swelling or osteo-articular pain . In my experience that's as effective as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, yet completely safe. Does not irritate the stomach. It will also be useful to those who suffer from chronic sinusitis.
The dosage of serrapeptase depends on the product that is in the possession. It is conditioned by the activity of the enzyme. It is established that in the prophylactic supplementation the average dose is 40,000 units, which in the case of presented formulation means 1 capsule per day. In the case of pain, injury and accompanied swelling or in inflammation of the upper airways the dose can be increased up to 2 capsules a day.
Serrapeptase is taken on the empty stomach, which means that after eating food one should wait for at least 2 hours and only then consider taking the supplement. After the use of the supplement do not eat for at least half an hour.
The effectiveness of serrapeptase can be increased by taking it together with zinc or manganese. It is important to know that serrapeptase can enhance the effects of antibiotics which are used in a fight against pathogenic biofilm.
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Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme (breaking down protein) obtained from the digestive system of silkworms – moths, specifically its larvae. It can be formed in the fermentation process owing to enterobacteria Serratia sp. E-15.
For silkworms, this enzyme is significant to dissolve their hard cocoon and promotes the digestion of indigestible mulberry leaves. For humans, serrapeptase may have in turn a positive impact on bodily functions, in particular cardiovascular function.
It is absorbed directly through the intestines into the bloodstream. It is suggested that the enzyme may break down, among others, clots, fybrosis and atherosclerotic plaque owing to its ability to “dissolve” dead tissues. Consequently, it may have a special supporting role in arterial embolism and atherosclerosis. A similar mechanism of action is observed in external protective layers of cancer cells – by dissolving them, it may promote anti-cancer processes.
This enzyme is characterised by anti-inflammatory properties and that is why it can bring relief, e.g. from pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome.