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Serrapeptase comes from a natural source the silkworm, making it is a natural product;Serrapeptase has been used extensively throughout Asia and Europe to treat some common health conditions such as inflammation and pain.

However with all products there is always a risk potential.One needs to be cautious but informed at the same time about any product that goes into your body.


 

A natural supplement can be safe and have benefits, however take on board as much advice as you can get before taking it. Medical professionals may not have heard of Serrapeptase which isn’t unusual given the training that they receive in medical school.

Having said that Serrapeptase has been proven in many clinical trials to be an enzyme that works for many conditions, but these are a few things to look out for.

If using Serrapeptase over a long period of time some people may suffer from irritation in the stomach area, even though this is rare.


We have read in a medical journal of about six people who have used Serrapeptase contracting pneumonia and a lung infection,although this is a rare occurrence we believe that the Serrapeptase has made mucus secretions thinner,so it is something to be aware of if one has a history of lung problems.The studies of Serrapeptase have only been run over a short time so we don’t know enough about the long term use of Serrapeptase.


Blood thinners:

The use of Serrapeptase with blood thinners is still an unknown so best advice if you are taking blood thinners  is not to use it. Serrapeptase should only be used if suffering from haemophilia under the care of a doctor.

Taking Serrapeptase with Medications:

If you are taking any medication that is designed to slow blood clotting, Serrapeptase may decrease this which could increase the risk of bleeding and bruising. best advice talk to your doctor.

Examples of medications for slowing blood clotting are Diclofenac, (Cataflam, Voltaren and others) Ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil, others) Naproxen, Anaprox, Dalteparin, Enoxaparin, Heparin, Warfarin, Aspirin, Plavix.


Should you take Serrapeptase every day?

There is so little research available on Serrapeptase and its long term use so best advice is to take occasional breaks until we know more. Right now we don’t have enough knowledge of potential allergic reactions, cautions or dangers or side effects, there have been some studies but we didn’t yet fully understand how Serrapeptase interacts with other medicines or exactly which medical conditions it is best for.



What dosage should you start with?

To be honest I started on 120,000 IU to help with hip pain, it did help a bit for about six months but the pain kept returning, and I moved up to the strongest dosage of 250,000 IU and the results have been dramatically better! Having said that everybody is different with different conditions so best advice is to start off on the lowest dose and take it from there. Most people find it easier to take Serrapeptase before breakfast in the morning. Wait 30 minutes before eating.  Typically the lowest dose is between 80,000 IU up to a dose 250 000 IU per day, take one tablet per day, depending on your pain level this could be increased.

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The exact dosage to take will depend on the severity of your condition; some have taken up to three capsules per day of the 250,000 IU with good results, so in some cases taking more tablets can work. Serrapeptase has been used for inflammation, pain, cyst removal, we have heard of it being used on animals. It can be taken in conjunction with other protective nutrients such as anti inflammatory curcumin, vitamin d3, and nattokinase to help support the heart, lower cholesterol, blood pressure and circulation.


Medical research on Serrapeptase
The latest medical research reports no signs or side effects from people using the Serrapeptase enzyme. However, in a small amount of cases there are reports of a skin allergy reaction. There have also been a few reports from the Serrapeptase Research Organization of side effects connected to enzymatic detoxification.

Serrapeptase should not be taken in large doses at the beginning because of detoxification, so best advice is take no more than 500,000 SPU’S during the first seven days. It is also important to get rid of toxins in the body by drinking lots of water.


We recommend taking Serrapeptase on an empty stomach because the enzyme can become weak before it enters the bloodstream, if you do take it with food there may be stomach upset or nausea. Best to leave one hour before taking food to get the full effect.



Serrapeptase Side Effects:

Serrapeptase has so many health benefits; however there are side effects which you need to be aware of. The side effects may be noticeable but don’t appear very serious in nature, they may disappear after a short time.Read more about Serrapeptase side effects here.

These side effects may be due to using the wrong dosage, some people may develop a skin rash due to a reaction with the tablet, there may be itching and swelling in the area of the rash. This may be seen as dermatitis because of the skin reaction.


Others may be affected by Pneumonitis, known as a lung inflammation and minor lung disease, in some cases there have been reports of a pain under your foot and under the left arm, although these seem to go after a while.


Serrapeptase and detoxing:

Aches and pains are some of the common complaints but again this may be related to the dosage. If the body is full of toxins the above mentioned could be the detoxing effect, it is important to realise this before giving up on the product. Sometimes sticking with it on a reduced level will be worth the long term health benefits. Serrapeptase will dissolve scar tissue, so if you are a smoker there could be a risk of pneumonia or bronchitis.


Autoimmune Disease:

This is a condition whereby our immune system by mistake attacks and destroys perfectly healthy tissues in our bodies. The auto immune is usually caused by an infection in the body and usually that will be bacteria or virus.


Types of auto immune disease:

There are a wide variety of auto immune diseases; they include Fibromylgia, Human Papillpmavirus, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Lupus, Autoimmune hepatitis,Crohn’s disease, Lyme disease,Multiple Sclerosis, Myasthenia Gravis,Rheumatroid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis,Crohn’s disease,Type 1 diabetes,Polymyalgia rheumatica,Psoriasis, Celiac disease,Sjögren’s syndrome,Vitiligo,Alopecia,and Chronic Fatigue.


Get a diagnosis

Many autoimmune diseases are quite similar in that the symptoms are the same,so it is important to get a proper diagnosis from your doctor.autoimmune diseases can run in families, they are more common in women, less so in men.Lets say that you come from a large family and some of your family have different types of autoimmune diseases, the chances are that you will get one of these but maybe not the same one.


The best advice is to keep a list of your particular symptoms and a note on how you feel,so when you get to see your doctor or an autoimmune specialist you have the information ready for him and he can make a correct diagnosis.


We have a natural answer that can help relieve the symptoms of Lupus,Fbromyalgia,ME,Chronic fatigue,Rheumatoid arthritis,Crohn’s disease,Psoriatic arthritis,Lyme disease,Psoriasis,Hashimot’s disease and more.


By taking Serrapeptase for any inflammatory disease or autoimmune disease  you give the enzyme the chance to reach into areas that are difficult to get to. Serrapeptase will dissolve dead tissue without harming living tissue,It will remove clots,cysts,plaque, all by products of inflammation.




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Serrapeptase-is it safe to take?
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Serrapeptase-is it safe to take?
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Serrapeptase is it safe to take?Yes Serrapaptase can be taken with other medication, there are few reported side effects,it is always best to discuss taking Serrapaptase with your doctor first
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Fintan Duggan
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