Medications interactions with supplements Q & A

Posted on: 20 May 2020 06:46 AM
Just ran across your FB page and thought I’d reach out to you. I’m in need of some advice! What would a therapeutic dose of nattokinase be for a person with factor 5 Leiden hetero that has never had a blood clot? I’ve taken a baby aspirin every day for years but my doctor wanted me to get off of that and she said I could look into narrow but she said I needed to talk to a naturopath! As it wasn’t in her field. She said since I’ve never had a blood clot I really don’t need to be on a thinner I am 60 though! I’m also trying Serrapeptase for inflammation.
Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated

 

Lindsay Powers
Health Coach
Staff
Posted on: 20 May 2020 11:50 AM

Hello Flintan,

Thank you for getting in touch with us.

Serrapeptase will work on the fibrin in the blood that can lead to excess clotting, as well as targeting inflammation generally, so she’s got that working for her already.

Nattokinase is another antifibrinolytic enzyme that does target the blood more directly. There isn’t an exact dosage to be recommended as everyone is different. As she hasn’t shown a tendency to clotting at this stage we would suggest to introduct the nattokinase slowly, so 1 per day of the Good Health Naturally Nattokinase and work up from there. I’m presuming she has regular monitoring of the situation with the blood, so can monitor how well it is working for her.
I hope that helps.
Best of health,
Lindsay Powers
Health Coach
Your Good Health Coaching Team

Posted on: 13 May 2020 08:01 PM
Hi Folks,
I have a question from a customer, he has been taking Blockbuster allclear for over a year, he also takes aspirin 75mg, rampiril a blood pressure drug and inegy a cholesterol drug, his blood pressure has been normal up to a few days ago. He noticed that his diastolic blood pressure has jumped to around 140 while his systolic is 76 ( which is normal) is it possible that Blockbuster allclear is interfering in some way with his drugs?
Thanks for your help
Fintan

 

Lindsay Powers
Health Coach
Staff
Posted on: 14 May 2020 08:13 AM

Hello Fintan,

No the Blockbuster doesn’t interfere with the workings of the drugs.

We sometimes caution the use of Blockbuster when someone is on those types of drugs, and keep to a low dose, as the Blockbuster may also have a beneficial effect on blood pressure, as well as cleaning the blood and helping with blood flow. So it is important to monitor use in this situation. But it doesn’t actually hinder the workings of the medication in anyway.

If he has been on Blockbuster for over a year now, then it doesn’t seem likely that this is involved in any spike. But its best for him to monitor the situation and seek medical advice if he has any concerns.

I hope that helps and please get back to us if you have any further questions.

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Posted on: 13 May 2020 05:26 AM
Hi Folks,
I have a query from a customer, copied and pasted here, I would appreciate an answer for her please.
Fintan Duggan GHN affiliate
Just ran across your FB page and thought I’d reach out to you. I’m in need of some advice! What would a therapeutic dose of nattokinase be for a person with factor 5 Leiden hetero that has never had a blood clot? I’ve taken a baby aspirin every day for years but my doctor wanted me to get off of that and she said I could look into narrow but she said I needed to talk to a naturopath! As it wasn’t in her field. She said since I’ve never had a blood clot I really don’t need to be on a thinner I am 60 though! I’m also trying Serrapeptase for inflammation.
Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated!
Sherry Crandall

 

Lindsay Powers
Health Coach
Staff
Posted on: 13 May 2020 08:04 AM

Hello Flintan,

Thank you for getting in touch with us.

Serrapeptase will work on the fibrin in the blood that can lead to excess clotting, as well as targeting inflammation generally, so she’s got that working for her already.

Nattokinase is another antifibrinolytic enzyme that does target the blood more directly. There isn’t an exact dosage to be recommended as everyone is different. As she hasn’t shown a tendency to clotting at this stage we would suggest to introduct the nattokinase slowly, so 1 per day of the Good Health Naturally Nattokinase and work up from there. I’m presuming she has regular monitoring of the situation with the blood, so can monitor how well it is working for her.

I hope that helps.

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Posted on: 30 March 2020 03:14 PM
Hi folks,
I have very itchy legs and on my neck, I’m taking Blockbuster for over a year now also aspirin, rampiril, inegy and clipodogrel all heart drugs. The itching started about a year ago, I’ve tried moisturizing the affected areas I’ve tried hydrocortsl cream I’ve tried anti histamines but nothing seems to work.
Do you have any idea what I could do rather than s scratching until it bleeds?
Any help much appreciated
Fintan

 

Lindsay Powers
Health Coach
Staff
Posted on: 31 March 2020 12:20 PM

Hello Fintan

Thank you for getting in touch.

Its a difficult situation especially when the issue has been around for while.

But I would suggest to take it right back to basics.

Its always important to look at gut health when any skin issues present themselves.

Are there any foods that seem to make it better or worse? I would suggest to cut our all dairy, gluten foods, eggs, soy (i.e. anything that can cause a potential issue). Remove them for around 3 weeks and see if any of the symptoms improve. You can then return them to the diet one at a time and see if you react in any way. Long term it will be useful to keep gluten foods out of the diet as these are generally very inflammatory.

In the meantime, you can give the gut some support with the Gastro Enzyme Therapy product. Take 1 after each meal for around a month or two.

Once you have been on the Gastro for this time, you can then swap to the Essential Digestive Plus before meals on an ongoing basis.

It is also useful to add in a good probiotic for long term use such as Prescript Biotics, take 1-2 each day.

We also find that the Blockbuster Allcear can be of help in these situations, as it helps with circulation and clearing some of the stagnation that can build up in the body. So continue on with this product as you have been doing.

If you want something topical then you can use the Silver Biotics Advanced Healting skin cream.

If might also be useful to rule out if the medication is causing you some unwanted side-effects, so talk to the GP when you can in case that is an issue here.

This is where I would suggest to begin and take it from there. If you have any comments or further questions, please let me know.

Best wishes

Lindsay

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From: Louise Béchard

Subject: Statins drugs
Good day!I’m contemplating to take Serraptase for almost all the symptoms it’s useful for. But I’m already taking the drug Crestor to lower my cholesterol that runs widely in the family. It’s the only prescription drug I take.  So is it safe to take Serraptase at the same time then statins drugs? Thanks for your attention,
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Sat, Sep 29, 2018, 10:08 PM

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From: Louise Béchard
Subject: Statins drugs Me again!
I forgot to ask you, how long can we take Sterraptase? Always with breaks in between sessions? Thanks, Louise :)GDPR accepted on:
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Fintan Duggan 

Sun, Sep 30, 2018, 6:42 AM

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Hi Louise,
Thank you for contacting me,I’m assuming that your
cholesterol is above the normal level of 5 so your doctor has
prescribed Crestor to bring it down. As far as I know Crestor is a
well known statin drug effective in bringing down cholesterol, however I
have read about the side effects of taking a statin drug over the long
term.More information on this page
https://lowercholesterolserrapeptase.com/about-me/choleseterol-what-it-is-and-why-we-need-it
I can only speak from my own experience,like you I have had high
cholesterol since my early 30’s culminating in a heart attack at age
45 despite taking Lipitor (statin) before the heart attack.I now
believe that that we need to take care of not just the cholesterol but
the build up of plaque also.
Serrapeptase works on both issues,it is a preteolytic enzyme that has
the ability to dissolve plaque in a safe way,it happened to lower my
cholesterol by 50%.
Can you take Crestor as well as Serrapeptase? Serrapeptase is a
natural enzyme with few reported side effects and safe for long term
use.
According to a respected website Crestor is used in adults and
children who are at least 8 years old to lower cholesterol and
triglycerides (types of fat) in the blood and to slow the build-up of
plaque (fatty deposits) in your blood vessels.Crestor is also used to lower the risk of stroke, heart attack, and
other heart complications in certain people with diabetes, coronary
heart disease, or other risk factors.Crestor is also used to treat hereditary forms of high cholesterol,
including the heterozygous type (inherited from one parent) and the
homozygous type (inherited from both parents). For the heterozygous
type, Crestor can be used in children who are at least 8 years old.
For the homozygous type, Crestor can be used in children as young as 7
years old.Warning:There are many other drugs that can increase your risk of
serious medical problems if you take them together with Crestor. Tell
your doctor about all medications you use. This includes prescription,
over-the-counter, vitamin, and herbal products. Do not start a new
medication without telling your doctor. Keep a list of all your
medicines and show it to any healthcare provider who treats you.
Basically they are saying that you should consult with your doctor
before mixing Crestor and Serrapeptase.Serrapaptase Dosage:I take the 250,000 IU dosage (the maximum
strength) one per day on an empty stomach.If you decide to take
Serrapeptase and you don’t have any symptoms of heart disease read
more on this page
https://lowercholesterolserrapeptase.com/?s=symptoms+of+heart+disease
You may not need the maximum dosage it depends on your cholesterol
level and other symptoms of heart disease if any.
I hope this answers you question.
Yours in health
Fintan
Regards,

Fintan Duggan
Synergy Heart & Health Ltd

steven guritz 

Sat, Sep 29, 2018, 5:51 AM

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From: steven guritz
Subject: high blood pressure

Message Body:
Sir, I read your website on Block Buster All Clear, I have started taking 2 morning 2 eve on empty stomach, I take high
blood med daily and want to get off of it. I also just started taking 250,000 Serrapeptase as well, recommended by
Good health naturally.  When the arteries are stiff and hardened with calcium fibrin plaque, how can l arginine open these
arteries some with proargi9. Wouldn’t this cause some of the plaque to break off and cause havoc, is it true that
Serra and Natto slowly disolve the fibrin in the plaque which then releases the calcium and other items within this
plaque, since the fibrin is slowly digested? Where does the excess calcium go when “set free” from the plaque once the
fibrin is devoured. Curious about your opinion. Also can a person fast on just water for several days while taking all
clear and extra Serra to move quicker on the plaque?  I appreciate you sir and any info.

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Fintan Duggan 

Sat, Sep 29, 2018, 9:36 AM

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Hello Stephen,
Thank you for your email, I will do my best to help
you.I applaud you for going down the route of wanting to stop taking
high blood pressure medications, however it is always safer to do it
slowly and have your bloods done regularly as well as your blood
pressure.The arteries do become stiff because of a build up of plaque
from fatty foods and calcium making the heart work harder to keep the
blood supply going to the main organs.This is compounded by damage
being done to the endothelial which is the lining of the arterial wall
caused by free radical damage.Our bodies normally produce Nitric oxide
from the foods that we eat, Nitric oxide is vitally important to the
smooth running of the heart and it’s function of providing enough
oxygen rich blood for our bodies needs.
As we age our bodies can’t produce enough Nitric oxide and the result
is a hardening of the arteries and or high blood pressure.High blood
pressure means that the blood is banging on the blood vessel walls
with a much stronger force than normal and it has to be kept under
control.
ProArgi 9 + helps our bodies to produce more nitric oxide which
assists the blood vessels to soften and relax allowing for more blood
to flow through the system.
The plaque and calcium build up will over time start to dissolve and
be excreted from the system naturally, I must stress to you this is a
process that takes a lot of time, it does depend on how much plaque
you have in your blood vessels. For example in my case I had a 95%
blockage in the main left ventricle artery which almost killed me,
after I started to take ProArgi 9 + for two years,I went to my
cardiologist for an angiogram test and my arteries were 100% clear. As
you can see it does take some time so please be patient, I would
advise against drinking just water and not eating food because your
body needs the nutrients.
I hope this reply is of some help to you, please don’t hesitate to
contact me if you have any other questions.
PS I would be very interested to hear about your progress, please keep in touch!
Yours in health,
Fintan
Regards,

Fintan Duggan
Synergy Heart & Health Ltd
Ph:0873490104

Steven Guritz 

Sat, Sep 29, 2018, 4:28 PM

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Fintan
Sir , thank you for your info, are you saying  that ProArgi 9 itself will slowly digest the plaque and emulsify it? I understand that the vessels will relax and open more with ProArgi,

but do you think that NO actually digests the plaque, or it it Serrapeptase alone that does this? In your opinion, is Serrapeptase stronger at digesting hardened plaque or Nattokinase?

Again, thank you so much for all you do for all of us.  Standing by….may the LORD JESUS BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY…STEVEN


From: Fintan Duggan <fintanduggan@gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 1:36 AM
To: Aurora
Subject: Re: Serrapeptase “high blood pressure”

Fintan Duggan fintanduggan@gmail.com

Sun, Sep 30, 2018, 7:12 AM

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to Steven
Hello Steven,
That’s a great question,Nitric oxide is an essential molecule
required for overall health. As a vasodilator, nitric oxide signals
the blood vessels to relax, allowing them to expand.This has the effect of allowing blood, nutrients, and oxygen to flow
freely to every part of your body. But when nitric oxide production is
decreased, your health can become compromised.Therefore, it’s important to achieve and maintain optimal levels of
nitric oxide in your body,by taking ProArgi 9 + .In my case I take two
sachets per day of ProArgi 9 + but remember I had a massive heart
attack.After two years taking it I went for an angiogram and my
arteries were completely clear of plaque, although my cholesterol
level was still above the normal level.When I started taking the two
together (ProArgi 9 + Serrapeptase 250,000 IU my cholesterol has
dropped below normal.
I’m not saying that this method will work the same for everyone.
Why not look at BlockBuster a powerful combination of Serrapeptase &
Nattokinase
https://lowercholesterolserrapeptase.com/sasproduct/serraenzyme
Yours in health,
Fintan

Steven Guritz 

Mon, Oct 1, 2018, 12:34 AM

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Finton, ok you sold me on the ProArgi I’ll get some, but from what you seem to indicate the Pro did the trick for plaque removal, little is mentioned about your use of the Serrapeptase,

I am trying to find out from you Dear young man, was it the combination of the Serra for 2 years and “how much of it” and the ProArgi and how much worked for you?

Curiosity of having COMPLETELY CLEAR OF PLAQUE IS ASTOUNDING AND A MIRACLE. Think about what you are saying!!! Clear Arteries using Pro and Serra equals how much did you

take each day and so forth. Come on tell me so that I can maybe change my Serra use, and how much to add of the Argi. Just asking what worked in amounts for you, not asking

for your advise. Thank you again Finton for hanging with me over this matter. Standing by…….


From: Fintan Duggan <fintanduggan@gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 11:12 PM
To: Steven Guritz

Fintan Duggan fintanduggan@gmail.com

Mon, Oct 1, 2018, 6:52 AM

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to Steven
Hi Steven,
I have been taking ProArgi 9 + for 5 years,two sachets
per day, one in the morning 1 hour before breakfast and one sachet
afternoon or evening on an empty stomach 1 hour before or sometimes 1
hour after food.
I had a sharp pain in my hip in 2017 for about two years ,I read that
Serrapeptase could help with pain and inflammation.
I started taking Serrapeptase 250,000 IU over 18 months ago, one in
the morning with my ProAri.After about 5 months the pain has gone
completely, around that time I happened to be going to my Doctor for a
blood test, when I got the results my cholesterol level had dropped
from 5.8 to 4.5.
I didn’t make any other changes so I knew that Serrapeptase lowered my
cholesterol as well.
I hope that this is helpful to you, the ProArgi is available from the
manufacturers on this page
From: Michael
Subject: Carotid ArteriesMessage Body:
Hi Fintan, I read your story with interest and am pleased to hear that you have regained your health.
I was hospitalized in February this year with a bp reading of 208/? and was diagnosed with carotid artery blockage 50% one side and 60% the other.
I was put on statins, bp medication and 300mg aspirin daily which turned me into a zombie – I never felt so bad in all my life.  I had to stop the statins and slowly weened myself off bp meds and aspirin.
I started taking CardioForLife but I’ve replaced that with L-Arginine Pro and Doctors Best Serrapeptase – I have 40,000 spu and 120,000 spu capsules.
My dilemma is which strength of Serrapeptase should I take and when. Also how many times a day should I take L-Arginine Pro and when.  Can they be taken together as they should both apparently be taken 1 hour before a meal.
Fintan, I really need to get my carotid arteries cleared and I would be very grateful if you could please help by giving advice as to how and when I should take the supplements and at what strength.
I tried taking Blockbuster from Good Health Naturally but they made me feel spaced out.
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Fintan Duggan fintanduggan@gmail.com

Sat, Sep 22, 2018, 7:58 PM

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to mike.104
Hi Michael,
I can completely empathize with your situation and I will do my best
to help you based on my experience of having a massive heart attack
and what I did to reverse the plaque build up in my arteries (95%
blockage in the left carotid) and lower my cholesterol.The two
products Cardio for life and L-Arginine pro is the way forward in
starting the process of clearing your arteries. This type of product
will help your body to produce more Nitric Oxide gas, this is
essential to begin the process of cleaning the arterial wall and
improving blood flow to the vital organs.I can’t speak on how
efficient those two products are because I used what I consider to be
the best Arginine product on the market ProArgi 9 plus.I did use
Cardio for Life prior to ProArgi 9 plus but I found that the
ingredients in ProArgi 9 were superior.I took two scoops per day (2
sachets) from December 2013 until the present day.I must also mention
that I stopped taking the lipitor drug in December 2013 I only took
ProArgi 9 plus.In February 2105 I had an angiogram,the results were
amazing the cardiologist said “your results are very reassuring there
is no plaque in your system apart from a tiny bit around the stent
that was inserted after the heart attack”
Happy days, it proved to me that as we age our bodies just can’t
produce enough Nitric Oxide to meet the bodies needs.My recommendation
is that you take 2-3 scoops or sachets of LArginine per day on an
empty stomach,I would recommend that you don’t eat for 45-60 minutes
afterwards as this can cause stomach pain and diarrhea.
Serrapeptase lowered my cholesterol by 50% over a five month period,
initially I took it for hip bursitis pain which it worked very well
for, I wasn’t expecting the cholesterol to fall at all.I started on
the 80,000 IU dosage but it didn’t have the desired effect so I
switched to the maximum 250,000 IU dosage (one per day with the first
arginine) As you can see the results were good.
To summarize:
Arginine:Take 2-3 sachets or scoops per day on an empty stomach, I
would recommend that you continue this for a minimum of 1 year and get
an angiogram done then.
Serrapeptase: Take 250,000 IU per day (120,000 IU x2) or (40,000 x 6)
I have read of people taking up to six high strength tablets per day
without any reported side effects
Take Note: Serrapeptase should not be taken with blood thinners such
as aspirin or warfin.
Please keep in touch,I’m very interested to hear how you are getting on.
Regards
Fintan
Regards,

Fintan Duggan
Synergy Heart & Health Ltd
Ph:0873490104

Mike UK 

Sun, Sep 23, 2018, 12:20 PM

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Hi Fintan,
It is so heartening to hear how you overcame your health problems using natural supplements. Thank you very much for your extremely helpful suggestions, I am so relieved because for more than 6 months I’ve been confused and extremely worried as to knowing how to tackle the plaque buildup in my arteries using supplements rather than the medication which made me feel even worse than the shock of finding out in the most unsympathetic manner about my carotid artery blockages.
I had already ordered another delivery of L-Arginine Pro and, as the constituents seem to be quite similar to those of ProArgi  9Plus, I think I will use them up first before changing to taking 2 sachets daily of ProArgi. Could you please recommend which supplier might be best to order a supply of ProArgi from? Perhaps this website would be a good place to order it from?  http://argi9.net/uk/
I note that you stopped taking Lipitor – I was on 5mg Crestor for a couple of years which had a terrible effect on me, I immediately started feeling better after I had stopped taking it.
Apart from the 300mg per day of Aspirin which thankfully  I only took for a short time, I have fortunately never been on any blood thinners.
As for the Serrapeptase, I plan to finish the Doctors Best 40,000 and 120,000 IU capsules equating to 240,000 per day and to take them with my first dosage of Arginine.  I will then order the Serrapeptase 250,000 IU capsules using the link on your website and continue by taking those once daily with the first dosage of Arginine.
I am in my eightieth year and, apart from the carotid arterial problems that only surfaced in February this year, I’ve always been in good health. I eat a healthy diet and am told I could pass for being in my 50’s.
After knowing how well you have done, I’m inspired to clear my arteries and lower my cholesterol in the same way that you have achieved.
Many thanks again for your kind help and I will certainly let you know how I get on.
Regards,
Michael

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From: Fintan Duggan <fintanduggan@gmail.com>
Sent: 22 September 2018 19:58
To: Mike
Subject: Re: Serrapeptase “Carotid Arteries”

Fintan Duggan fintanduggan@gmail.com

Mon, Sep 24, 2018, 8:43 PM

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to Mike
Hi Mike,
It’s great to hear from you again,definitely use up any arginine that
you have, after all it does cost money! regarding ordering proargi 9
plus it’s up to you whether you want to order from the site that you
mentioned or you could order from my Synergy worldwide site,I checked
and everything is exactly the same.I usually buy 3 boxes of the mixed
berry flavor each month, two for me and one for my wife.I take two
sachets per day and she takes one of them.It’s cheaper to buy in three
if you can manage to afford it. Go to Amazon for the best price.
If you need anything else please contact me.
All the best
Fintan



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