For nearly three decades, people in Europe and Asia have been enjoying the many benefits of serrapeptase, the “silkworm enzyme.”
Thus remarkable enzyme does one thing extremely well: it dissolves (digests) non-living protein cells and tissue while leaving healthy tissue untouched. Thus serrapeptase dissolves: scar tissue, blood clots, cysts, inflammation, arterial blockage, edema, mucous.
This short list includes factors that create a good many of our physical problems, which means there is a long list of ailments that serrapetase benefits, from sinusitis to arthritis to emphysema to clogged arteries and much, much more!
Serapeptase was originally derived from the intestinal tract of the mature silkworm moth who employed it to dissolve (digest) its sturdy, protective cocoon and thus liberate itself. These days, serrapeptidase is grown in sterile labs for human (and pet!) consumption.
Finally introduced to the United States in 1997, clinical studies and anecdotal evidence show serrapetidase to be both safe and effective.
Wikipedia describes the origins of serrapeptase and lists its many other names:
Serratiopeptidase (Serratia E-15 protease, also known as serralysin, serratiapeptase, serratia peptidase, serratio peptidase, or serrapeptidase) is a proteolytic enzyme (protease) produced by enterobacterium Serratia sp. E-15
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