Serrapeptase: A Potent Proteolytic Enzyme

Dr. Napier

Dr. Napier

Serrapeptase is a strong protein dissolving enzyme that is found naturally in the intestines of silkworms. Its purpose is to dissolve the silkworm’s cocoon when it is time for the butterfly to emerge. This unique phenomenon encouraged the study of the clinical applications of this enzyme. The research showed the numerous positive effects for various health problems when administered to humans.  It has proven to be effective in the treatment of arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and fibrocystic breast disease. Go to Serrapeptase.org for specific information about dosage and availability..

Serrapeptase literally digests all non-living tissue in the human body including blood clots, scars, arterial plaque, and cysts. The late German physician, Dr. Hans Nieper, conducted extensive research to determine the benefits of this enzyme. He administered Serrapeptase to cardiac patients to treat arterial blockage. To his amazement, this enzyme removed the arterial plaque from his patients thus preventing heart attack or stroke without any damage to the healthy cells that line the arterial wall. His research also confirmed that Serrapeptase was effective in dissolving blood clots.  Click here for ordering information.

In Germany and Japan, this is a standard medication for over 40 years. However, in the United States, it is marketed and distributed as a supplement. For more information about the benefits of this amazing enzyme, visit Serrapeptase Facebook.