Serrapeptase benefits

Serrapeptase Benefits

What are Serrapeptase benefits,? Serrapeptase is a widely used enzyme for the treatment of inflammation, pain and swelling

Serrapeptase potentially has other health benefits that include lowering heart disease, healing wounds, reducing excessive mucus and reducing cholesterol.

Studies on Serrapeptase benefits are lmited but as you will see many people have written their testimonials about the benefits of Serrapeptase with their health condition.

Will Serrapeptase be able to help you? read on and find out why you should consider Serrapeptase benefits.

What exactly is Serrapeptase?

Serrapeptase or serratiopeptidase as it is otherwise known as is a proteolytic enzyme, a protelolytic enzyme is useful in our bodies because it breaks down protein into benefical amino acids.

When Serrapeptase was first discovered in the silkworm where it was isolated from the gut bacteria following the discovery that the silkworm used it to break down the walls of the cocoon surrounding them.

Serrapeptase studies.

A study on the anti-inflammatory properties of a range of natural enzymes showed that the Serrapeptase enzyme was more effective in the reduction of inflammation.

For more than 35 years Serrapeptase has been used by health practitioners across Europe and Asia because of its excellent response to inflammatory related conditions without many of the side effects associated with the alternative NSAIDs.

Serrapeptase is delivered in enteric coated tablet form, it passes through the stomach and reaches the bloodstream where it becomes biologically active.

Serrapeptase and Nattokinase

Proteolytic enzymes are excellent ar breaking down proteins, two of the most popular enzymes are Serrapeptase and Nattokinase.

In a study where rats were given both enzymes it was found that both Serrapeptase and Nattokinase reduced the levels of inflammation in molecules found in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

In all of the studies to date Serrapeptase benefits can be summarized in the following way.

  • Enhanced blood circulation
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Removing cellular debris
  • Wound healing
  • Swelling reduction

By combining Serrapeptase and Nattokinase it is possible to break down biofilms the cause of prolonged infections.

Serrapeptase health benefits

1. Reduction of inflammation and swelling

Cellular debris consisting of dead cells and tissues over stimulate our immune systems causing inflammation Serrapeptase can break down this cellular debris into fluids that are excreted from the body.

Serrapeptase also gets rid of harmful toxins that have caused the swelling and pain. fluid build-up in the tissues is also reduced and drained away.

One study found Serrapeptase reduced swelling by 15% in the limbs of fifty participants, it works best in breaking down unhealthy enzymes that encourage inflammation following an infection or injury.

Serrapeptase would be helpful for the following conditions:

2.Carpal tunnel help

  • Carpal tunnel
  • lung infections like bronchitis or COPD
  • Sinus infections
  • Wound healing following an accident
  • Inflammatory diseases like arthritis

Not all of the studies showed an improvement in symptoms 150 people took it following a mouth operation but no improvements were reported.

2. Pain reduction

In a study of 24 patients who were given Serrapeptase following an operation it reduced pain significantly while another study pain was reduced by 64% in patients with venous disease and 53% reduction in cramps at night pain in 40 patients.

The theory behind the pain reduction is that Serrapeptase reduces the release of bradykinin a pain inducing amino acid, Serrapeptase works particularly well in areas like ears, nose and throat.

3. Serrapeptase for mucus and secretion reduction

Mucus build-up leads to pain, this enzyme is effective in reducing the thickness of the mucus and allowing it to flow and become excreted from the body, Serrapeptase is good for the repair of damaged tissue.

4. Serrapeptase and COPD

Serrapeptase has been shown in one study of 29 patients who were suffering from chronic blocked airways COPD each had breathing difficulties they were give Serrapeptase the results showed a significant decrease in symptoms including a reduction in phelgm, inflammation and a positive improvement in breathing.

A larger study involving 193 patients who suffered from blocked airways , swallowing and nasal secretions around the ear, nose and throat areas found a reduction in symptoms following a course of Serrapeptase.

5.Blood Clots and Plaques removal

A real benefit of taking Serrapeptase is it’s amazing ability to break down fibrin,  fibrin is associated with blod clotting Serrapeptase can break the fibrin down without harming any of the good tissue.

This action helps to with blood clot and plaque removal in the arteries it can be used in conjunction with antibiotics making their work more effective.

Fibrin causes scar tissue to form,Serrapeptase reduces the fibrin thus reducing the scar tissue and offers pain relief to the patient.

In one study of rats where fibrinolysis had led to increased bleeding Serrapeptase was used for increased immune system response.

6.Serrapeptase and Alzheimer’s disease

People with Alzheimer’s disease would have high levels of TGF-b and IL-6, another feature of this brain disease is the formation of amyloid plaque in the blood vessels going to the brain.

This study of rats showed an increase in levels of the brain protection systems known as BDNF and IGF as well as a reduction in acetylcholinesterase the main cause of plaque build up in the blod vessels.

7. Stroke risk reduction

As already proven Serrapeptase can dissolve damage or dead tissue without causing any harm to the healthy tissue in that area.

Serrapeptase may be effective in removing fibrin, cholesterol, fat, calcium and cellular waste deposits on the lining of the arterial walls thus reducing the risk of a stroke or a heart attack.

By reducing these waste deposits in the blood vessels improves the blod flow to all areas of the body.

8. Carpal tunnel syndrome

A study of 13 patients with carpal tunnel symptoms in which they were given Serrapeptase over a 2 month period showed a significant improvement in symptoms, where there was broken skin it had healed, however symptoms did return in four of the people in the trial, overall symptoms improved in the majority of cases.

9. Red patches on the skin

In one study of 40 patients with inflammatory venous disease the symptoms of red patches on the skin cleared up.

10. Breast engorgement

Breast engorgememt occurs in women who are breastfeeding when the oversupply of milk causes breast pain, in a study of 70 women who were given Serrapeptase the symptoms of swelling and pain showed significant improvements for a large percentage (86%) of the participants.

11. Peri-implants

According to one study of patients who had peri-implants causing inflammation in the hard tissue surrounding the implants Serrapeptase helped the inflamed tissue to heal faster than those who took nonsterodial anti-inflammatory drugs.

12.Serrapeptase lowers cholesterol

There isnt any scientific evidence to back this up, so I’m going on my own experience of using Serrapeptase for inflammation in my hip, I found that it worked an added bonus was my cholesterol reduced by 50%.

13. Antibiotics and Serrapeptase

A combination of Serrapeptase and antibiotics improves the effectiveness of the antibiotics because it dissolves damaged or dead tissue allowing greater penetration of the antibiotic activity in the tissues.

14. Serrapeptase and sperm count

A study of 50 Male participants who were infertile due to accessory gland infections were given a mixture of Serrapeptase and quinlolones 22 of the participants reported increased sperm count, the theory being that Serrapeptase enhanced the antibiotic activity.

Other conditions that Serrapeptase may be useful for:

  • Endometriosis
  • Wound healing
  • Arthritis
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle ache
  • Sinusitis
  • Cysts

There  are few studies to confirm whether Serrapeptase may help with these conditions, there is anecdotal evidence to support the claims of this wonderful enzyme.

It is a natural anti-inflammatory and can be taken with current medications, side effects are reported by some including stomach ache, diarrhoea and headache, skin inflammation, joint pains.

Serrapeptase dangers

It is best to be informed that Serrapeptase in one rare case cause pneumonia in a 69 year old male who had a cold, a 32 years old female and a 84 years old man started taking Serrapeptase as a treatment and their symptoms  of pneumonia worsened.

In one other case of facial  pus from an abscess Serrapeptase caused more pain rather than less. If you are taking blood thinners don’t mix Serrapeptase with these in case of internal bleeding.

Serrapeptase is a popular and much used supplement, however we need more clinical studies to be completed to prove how effective it can be in dealing with inflammation, swelling and pain.

We also need more studies on the side effects and how safe it is to take over the long term.


Serrapeptase Testimonials

By reading through Serrapeptase testimonials you can gauge for yourself whether it can help you here is a flavour of peoples experience using Serrapeptase.

One lady over the age of 60 had a lot of chest problems because of catarrh, she ordered a couple of bottles of Serrapeptase and took 4 tablets per day, she reported a big improvement in her symptoms after 2 weeks.

“I just thought that I would contact you to let you know how much I am impressed with your Serrapeptase supplement. I have had a hip problem  for a number of years.

I read a newspaper article about Serrapeptase and I decided to give it a go, whatvwas so amazing was the pain in my hip from inflammation had reduced, I am now free of pain,.

I have reduced my prescription drugs by 50%. I can go for a walk now without hip pain for the first time in years.” J Harper, Great Britian

One gentleman had a carotid artery blockage, some 12% and 24 % blockage, he used Serrapeptase along with lycine and vitamin c , over a period of 18 months he kept taking those 3 products he went back for a scan and to his amazement he was completely clear.

One person with sore and stiff knees started taking Serrapeptase and found that they no longer needed to do stretching exercises in the morning to get the knees to work.

Serrapeptase dosage

Depending on what you want to do but if you have chronic symptoms it is recommended that you take 4-6 capsules per day until symptoms start to improve.

Following an improvement 1-2 Serrapeptase capsules as a maintenance dose.

Serrapeptase is available in a range of doses from 40,000 iu, 80,000 iu,120,000 iu, and 250,000 iu which dosage is best for you?

It is effective in the lower doses for certain conditions.

In my experience it depends on the level of pain swelling or discomfort as to which dosage is best for you. A rule of thumb which may help you to decide is, on a scale of 1-10 how bad is your pain?

If you feel you are at the upper end of the scale I would recommend that you try the strongest dose 250,000 iu for maximum effect.

The number of dosage studies are hard to find so my advice is to stick with the rule of thumb.

When to take Serrapeptase

Serrapeptase tablets can be taken on an empty stomach with a glass of water, don’t eat for about 45 minutes after consuming Serrapeptase.

Serrapeptase is a biofilm inhibitor a coating that that bacteria in the body uses to shield itself from antibiotics, Serrapeptase helps to reduce this biofilm making the antibiotics more effective.

Finan thoughts

I can only speak from my own personal experience of Serrapeptase, I have been taking Serrapeptase for two years now I can honestly say that I have had no interactions with my prescribed medications, nor have I had any side effects.

What I can say is I started taking Serrapeptase because I read that it may be helpful for inflammation and pain.

I had hip bursitis pain that was affecting my ability to work in my office job as well as walking around. I found it difficult to stand up for more than 5 minutes before the pain in my hip would begin.

I started taking 250,000 iu Serrapeptase 4 a day for 5 months, at that stage the pain had gone altogether, believe it or not my cholesterol had also reduced by 50%.

I have recommended Serrapeptase to many people over the last few years for pain, swelling, inflammation, carpal tunnel syndrome, so I am confident that Serrapeptase can help you too.

References:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23380245

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/235400237_Serratiopeptidase_A_systematic_review_of_the_existing_evidence

https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/pdf/10.1089/bfm.2009.9997

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0901502707010673

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTotal-HNZX201104010.htm

https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/pdf/10.1089/bfm.2009.9997

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Amal_Hamza3/publication/267323885_MIRACLE_ENZYMES_SERRAPEPTASE_AND_NATTOKINASE_MITIGATE_NEUROINFLAMMATION_AND_APOPTOSIS_ASSOCIATED_WITH_ALZHEIMER’S_DISEASE_IN_EXPERIMENTAL_MODEL/links/544fa8ea0cf26dda08920a14.pdf

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1743919113000265

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2095177917300242

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “Serrapeptase benefits”

  1. This is some great information. Though I had heard of Nattokinase for the breakdown of arterial plaque and help with blood pressure, I have never heard of Serrapeptase. It sounds like to me that Serrapeptase is the better enzyme of the two because it has more health benefits.

    I am most interested in this for the ability to reduce inflammation which we all know is a leading cause of pain. I think this could be a miracle solution for those with chronic pain that either do not want to or cannot take opioid pain killer medication. Can you take Serrapeptase and Nattokinase together or separately?

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    • Hi Robert,

      When Nattokinase is combined with Serrapeptase together they are a powerful mix to combat swelling, inflammation and pain, also good for removing artery plaque.

      Fintan

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  2. This article had me enthralled as I found it totally fascinating, had not heard of this product before, but as a minor sufferer well aware of the number of ailments that it can possibly help, which is very good assuming that the person taking them is aware of possible problems.

    Personally I could not use this as I take blood thinners, if I could, would ask my Doctor for advice first as it is better to be safe than sorry.

    A very informative article.

    Stuart

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  3. Wow! This is rather interesting and it seems I have hit the jackpot. I am an unprofessional footballer but I got injured in one of my matches in a community league which has cause serious back and waist pain for me for some months now. But a friend recommended this serrapeptase to me and I decided to read more on it before making any purchasing decision and I can say I’m more than impressed with what I have read about it. I like reading reviews and people’s experiences and thankfully yours was based on personal experience with it. So, I will trust your words for it and give this Serrapeptase a trial too. Thanks

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  4. I know that serrapeptase reduces chronic inflammation and support a healthy immune response within the body to reduce inflammation and swelling. This is a great benefit of it and helps the body pretty well.

    It does wound healing and reducing having the risk of getting a stroke which is great for people that have had strokes before. These people can really benefit from Serrapeptase. I’ve come across this word but never know that much about it till I read this review post on this.

    This is a great in-depth explanation, so thank you for this.

    All the best.

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  5. I suffer from osteoarthritis in both of my knees, the medication and the painkillers I am taking aren’t really helping me, that’s why I’m so pleased that I came to look at this in depth and informative article, I have to confess, I had never heard of serrapeptase before but after reading your article, I will most certainly be trying it, thank you for sharing.

    Russ

     

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  6. Great article, if this helps, it would be very good for me. I have a problem with my cholesterol so I would be happy. Now, I will save this article, and see what my doctor say about it. He is a very smart man, who knows everything about that. Thanks a lot for sharing it with us. 

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