Research began on Serrapeptase in the 1970’s. It is a proteolytic enzyme that is isolated from the silkworms intestines. This superior enzyme has many beneficial properties. It is popular in Asia and Europe because of its unique ability in the human body to destroy tissue that is non-living.
There are so many clinical applications for Serrapeptase. Dr. Hans Nieper, a German physician, was successful in administering Serrapeptase to improve the heart and circulatory system of his patients.
In nature, this powerful enzyme digests or eats away the protective cocoon of the silkworm and allows the moth to fly away unharmed. In humans, Serrapeptase digests only tissue that is non-living, removing buildup in the arteries.
Because Serrapeptase can dissolve blood clots and reduce the appearance of varicose veins, it has proven helpful for heart patients to remove atherosclerotic plaque on the walls of the arteries without damage to healthy cells. In Europe, Serrapeptase has been approved as a standard remedy for injuries such as sprains and torn ligaments because it reduces the swelling. One German study confirmed that Serrapeptase reduced swelling up to fifty percent in patients post-operative.
Research studies continue for Serrapeptase for its many applications for disease prevention. Contact your health care provider to determine if Serrapeptase is right for your condition. Click here to learn about Serrapeptase.