Side effects of Serrapeptase

Side effects Serrapeptase should you be worried?

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A common question that is asked by people “should I be worried by the side effects of Serrapeptase” Serrapeptase is a natural enzyme and may be helpful for a wide range of health conditions.

For example, Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme meaning it can dissolve dead cells that the body doesn’t need and may be causing problems such as pulmonary fibrosis, Serrapeptase can dissolve dead cells around the lungs allowing easier breathing, it ,may also clear a blocked artery by dissolving the plaque build-up, it has been used for many years as a natural pain reliever.

Women who have had blocked fallopian tubes have taken Serrapeptase and finally got pregnant, the benefits of Serrapeptase know no bounds.

Many thousands of people have successfully managed to have improved health because Serrapeptase was taken regularly, however some have been worried about possible side effects of Serrapeptase and this may lead to anxiety, panic or worry that it may lead to something negative will happen to them.

Let’s clear up a few misnomers

There is a lot of information out there concerning Serrapeptase some of it good and some of it bad, let’s clear up a few of these and separate fact from fiction about this wonderful enzyme,

I have taken Serrapeptase, but I have an upset stomach.

I have been through this problem myself, whilst taking Serrapeptase I had a bacterium in my stomach and it made my stomach a little bit upset, there was an imbalance in my digestive system and it made my body a little sensitive to Serrapeptase.

To get over this I needed to strengthen my digestive system. I took some bicarbonate of soda mixed with water, sometimes I would add lemon juice or apple cider vinegar to it and take it before I took the Serrapeptase. It did work for me and made my stomach settle down.

If you are having digestive problems try the bicarbonate of soda first. If that doesn’t work, try peppermint tea or failing that try a good quality probiotic every two to five hours for two to three days to strengthen the digestive tract. Then you can try Serrapeptase again.

Medication & Serrapeptase advice

If you are taking medications and your stomach is upset while taking Serrapeptase cut back a little on the dosage. You should increase your fluid intake one large glass of water every 60 minutes until around 6pm.

If the upset stomach has started by a toxin release and you follow the above guidelines your stomach should settle after about 2-3 days the symptoms should not be severe in nature if they are reduce the dosage, or stop taking Serrapeptase and restart on a much lower dose (one quarter to one half a capsule) daily and build up the dosage progressively to stop any side effects of Serrapeptase.

How much is too much Serrapeptase?

In fact, there is no such thing as too much Serrapeptase, our bodies naturally break down the enzymes and secretes what we don’t need, therefore there is no build-up of Serrapeptase in our bodies. The recommended daily dosage is two million IU (international Units) per day.

Personally I take sometimes up to 5 tablets per day

I feel dizzy and I get a headache

Normal symptoms of a body going into detox mode are headaches and dizziness. this is due to a lot of bad toxins in the body that needs to be cleared out, sometimes these symptoms will be experienced when taking Serrapeptase, it is usually a good sign that those unwanted toxins are starting to melt away, it helps a lot if you were to drink a minimum of six glasses of water per day to flush out these toxins. 

Remember toxins build up inside our bodies because of the bad food that we eat, the alcohol that we consume, the atmosphere around us, and a lack of exercise all combine to the build up of toxins. A good detox program is needed in situations like this as well as a good exercise program to clear the body of toxins and make us feel well again.

Image Serrapeptase side effectsDoes Serrapeptase thin the blood?

A lot of people with blockages in their arteries could be taking blood thinners such as aspirin or warfarin, they may be concerned that Serrapeptase will thin the blood even more, but this isn’t the case Serrapeptase doesn’t thin blood it does dissolve debris in the arteries making it easier for blood to flow freely.

Does it cause bleeding?

There are no reported cases of bleeding caused by Serrapeptase, some females did take it and noticed a spot or two afterwards this was attributed to a clearing action and a shift of stagnation in the female reproductive system not a direct cause of taking Serrapeptase

Is it safe to take Sеrrарерtаѕе while Pregnant?

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding a child it is safe to take Serrapeptase, it is extremely effective in reducing scar tissue inside a woman’s fallopian tubes, there are no reported side effects of Serrapeptase in these situations.

Sеrrарерtаѕе before Surgery?

If you have surgery scheduled it is recommended to stop taking Serrapeptase up to 24 hours before surgery, after 48 hours have passed you may resume taking it as it may help with any scar tissue or lesions.

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Can Serrapeptase be taken with other drugs?

Serrapeptase is safe to be taken with all drug types even warfarin, statin drugs and aspirin, if you have any concerns at all start on a low dose of Serrapeptase monitor your progress, see how you feel and go from there.

Is Serrapeptase good for scar tissue?

Serrapeptase has an amazing ability to dissolve dead or unwanted tissue, so for example in the case of old scars perhaps caused by an operation or an injury Serrapeptase is the ideal natural solution to remove any scar tissue from inside the body. At the same time Serrapeptase will not harm any good living tissue without any side effects.

Carpal tunnel imageIs Serrapeptase good for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Absolutely Serrapeptase is a healing enzyme, Carpal tunnel occurs when the area around the wrist becomes very painful and scarring may occur, Serrapeptase can help to reduce the scarring and get rid if Carpal Tunnel symptoms.

One of my customers has been using Serrapeptase for her Carpal Tunnel and you can read what Attracta has to say about the improvement in her wrist cycle going here.

 


4 thoughts on “Side effects of Serrapeptase”

  1. This is the first time I am hearing about Serrapeptase. From the information you have here, it seems like a good product. Considering the benefit of clearing a blocked artery, I would definitely like to try it, so I will ask my primary care physician about it. Can you say if Serrapeptase is a doctor recommended product?

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    • Hi Carol,
      Thanks for your question regarding Serrapeptase,my doctor wouldn’t recommend or say anything bad about Serrapeptase because a doctors training doesn’t involve using natural products only drugs.
      Despite this fact I started taking Serrapeptase 250,000 iu two years ago because like you I read some good things about it.
      I’m very happy with my results as I’m sure most people that take Serrapeptase are too.
      It is quite safe to take with drugs,it does take a number of months to work depending on what it is being used for,
      Don’t forget it has been in use throughout Europe and Asia for over 30 years.
      It works well at dissolving arterial plaque,of course you should ask your doctor who may or may not have heard of Serrapeptase.
      At the end of the day it is an alternative way to help with arterial plaque build up as well as other conditions.
      I hope this helps let me know how you get on
      Regards
      Fintan

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  2. I really like the information on this page.I weren’t aware of the product itself till I got here and it sounds like a really effective product.
    The do’s and don’ts are quite layed out here. The sharing of your experience really helps clear up the air. I hope everyone learns something here cause I sure did.

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