SERRAPEPTASE 90 capsules – A nutritional supplement that is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent for sinusitis and joint pain, improves blood circulation.
Powerful anti-inflammatory effect. Helps with inflammation, sinusitis and arthritis. Relieves chronic and acute pain in joints and muscles, reduces swelling. Decomposes plaques and blood clots, improves blood circulation. Increases the activity of antibiotics and suppresses bacteria. Effective against varicose veins.
Composition: Serapeptase (min. 40,000 IU) 500 mg
Usage: Take 1 to 2 capsules 2 times a day on an empty stomach with more water or as directed by a doctor.
Packaging: 90 capsules in a container
Serapeptidase or serapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme produced by the bacterium seratia, which lives in the intestines of the silkworm. When it is ready to come out of its shell, it produces an enzyme that breaks down its shell. Serapeptase is an immunoactive enzyme. Histological examination revealed strong anti-inflammatory effects of this naturally produced enzyme. It has been used successfully for 30 years in Europe and Asia to reduce pain, inflammation and excessive secretions. More than 40 clinical studies have confirmed the beneficial effects of serapeptase. It breaks down dead tissues, blood clots, cysts and arterial plaques and suppresses inflammation in all its forms.
Why take serapeptase?
Powerful anti-inflammatory properties: Serapeptase is effective in a number of inflammatory problems, especially in REDUCING trauma-induced edema. It has anti-inflammatory properties similar to those of salicylates, ibuprofen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. It is successfully used in arthritic, arthritic and other conditions related to the joints. It affects inflammatory problems of the ears, nose and throat. Increases the activity of antibiotics and suppresses bacteria.
Reduces pain: In addition to reducing inflammation, one of the most notable benefits of serapeptase is that it reduces pain due to its ability to block the release of amines that cause pain from inflamed tissues. Relieves chronic and acute pain and reduces swelling. Reduces joint and muscle pain due to sports, overload and other factors.
Sinusitis: Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, serapeptase has a beneficial effect on those who suffer from chronic sinusitis. In this condition, the secretions in the nasal cavity are excessively released and thickened. This thickening prevents the release of secretions. Serapeptase reduces the density of secretions and increases their secretion.
Cardiovascular health: Serapeptase breaks down dead tissue. It can break down blood clots, the fibrous layers that make up atheromatous plaque and cysts. It is used for clogged arteries and blocked carotid arteries when traditional care is too risky. Helps to narrow varicose veins.
Serapeptase is a compound produced by silkworms. Serapeptase is a drug that is widely used in Europe and Japan, while it is classified as a dietary supplement in America.
Serapeptase is used in painful conditions, including back pain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis , osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, migraine headaches and tension headaches.
Serapeptase is also used for conditions that include pain and inflammatory swelling, such as sinus infections, laryngitis, throat infections, ear infections, swelling after surgery, swelling of the veins due to blood clots (thrombophlebitis) and inflammatory bowel disease including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. .
Some people use serapeptase for heart disease and arteriosclerosis.
Women use serapeptase for benign breast lumps, and breastfeeding women use serapeptase for breast pain caused by too much milk.
Other uses include treating diabetes, leg ulcers, asthma and pus collection.
How does serapeptase work?
Serrapeptase helps the body break down proteins. This could help reduce inflammation and mucus production.
How effective is serapeptase?
Serrapeptase can be effective in postoperative facial swelling and help clean the sinuses.
There is insufficient scientific data to make a statement on the efficacy of Serapeptase in the following areas of application:
Chronic bronchitis: New research suggests that after four weeks of treatment, serapeptase can significantly reduce cough and dilute secretions in people with chronic bronchitis.
Sinusitis: New research suggests that people with sinusitis who take serapeptase experience a significant reduction in pain, nasal discharge and nasal congestion after 3 to 4 days of treatment.
Laryngitis: New research suggests that serapeptase may significantly reduce pain, secretions, difficulty swallowing, and fever in people with laryngitis after 3 to 4 days of treatment.
Sore throat: New research suggests that serapeptase may significantly reduce pain, secretions, difficulty swallowing and fever in people with sore throats after 3 to 4 days of treatment.
Also regarding the efficacy of serapeptase for back pain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetes, leg ulcers, migraine headaches, tension headaches, asthma , pus accumulations, thrombophlebitis, fibromyalgia, inflammatory bowel disease and ear infections, including crocerative colitis and heart disease, lack sufficient scientific information.
Further scientific research is needed to evaluate the efficacy of Serapeptase in these applications.
Safety and side effects
Serapeptase appears to be safe and harmless to adults if taken briefly orally for 4 weeks. The long-term safety of serrapeptase is unknown.
Precautions and warnings:
Pregnancy and lactation: Not enough is known about the use of serapeptase during pregnancy and lactation. For this reason, pregnant and lactating women should avoid serapeptase.
Blood clotting disorders: Serapeptase could affect blood clotting, so some scientists worry that serapeptase could worsen blood clotting disorders. If you suffer from bleeding disorders, you should discuss the use of Serapeptase with your doctor.
Surgical intervention: Serapeptase may slow Coagulation . There are concerns that this could increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. For this reason, you should stop using Serapeptase at least 2 weeks before planning the operation.
Caution should be exercised when combining serapeptase with the following drugs:
Drugs that slow down blood clotting
Serapeptase may slow blood clotting. Taking serapeptase with drugs that also slow blood clotting may increase the risk of bleeding and bruising.
Some drugs that can slow blood clotting include aspirin, diclofenac (Voltaren), ibuprofen, naproxen, heparin, warfarin and others.
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