What is Serrapeptase?

What is Serrapeptase?

Your super selective protein-dissolving sidekick.

Serrapeptase is a very potent proteolyitc (protein-dissolving) enzyme that speeds up the process of breaking down specific proteins.

Believe it or not, serrapeptase was discovered to be produced naturally in the intestines of silkworms by a beneficial bacteria called serratia marcescens. These bacteria are critical to a silkworm’s survival, as they break down its protein-rich silk cocoon when it is time for the moth to be released. No actual silkworms are harmed or even utilized to make serrapeptase for dietary use, as the enzyme is created from a fermentation process of the serratia marcescens bacteria.

Now you’re probably wondering:

How does an enzyme that was discovered in silkworms benefit me?

Super Selective Serrapeptase

Perhaps the greatest perk of this silk-loving enzyme is that it only breaks down non-living proteins while leaving healthy, living tissues untouched.

When serrapeptase enters the bloodstream, it selectively begins breaking down harmful, undigested protein and protein debris, which can cause inflammation, due to an overstimulated immune system, as well as cardiovascular concerns.

All the while, serrapeptase leaves healthy, living tissue intact, supporting your body’s optimal functionality.

Now let’s take a closer look at the research supporting the vast health benefits of serrapeptase!

Fickle Fibrin Meets its Match

Fibrin and fibrinogen are two proteins that help to regulate blood clots and plaque in the arteries. Fibrin stimulates the blood-clotting process, while fibrinogen works to form clumps of red blood cells and plaque made from fat, cholesterol, and other waste products.

 

When bodily injury occurs under normal conditions, fibrin production rapidly increases, creating a protein mesh that holds scar tissue together and prompts the blood to clot. However, when too much fibrin is produced, the following complications can occur:

  • Stroke
  • Thrombosis (blood clot in the legs)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Fibroids

Research has repeatedly demonstrated that serrapeptase promotes the removal of excess fibrin and prevents its overproduction, due to its fibrin-dissolving abilities.

Additionally, research has shown that the targeted protein-digesting ability of serrapeptase may reduce the risk of health problems caused by plaque build-up or blood clots, improving cardiovascular health.

From Blood Detox to Super Immune System

Serrapeptase supports a healthy immune system by easing the burden on it through blood detoxification. An excess amount of toxic debris in the blood can over-stimulate the immune system and exacerbate inflammation.

However, serrapeptase is a pro at removing debris and harmful proteins from the blood, as well as dead scar tissue, enhancing the body’s natural ability to conquer other intruders, such as allergens, bacteria, and viruses. Serrapeptase is like your own personal super hero sidekick!

Pain Reduction without the Side Effects

Serrapeptase is your new enzymatic pain reliever. Why? Research has shown that this special enzyme blocks the release of amines, i.e. pain-inducing substances, and thwarts pro-inflammatory cell activity.

As such, oral supplementation of serrapeptase can improve inflammatory conditions due to physical exertion and post-surgical pain.

What’s even better?

Serrapeptase has been shown to be a safe alternative to traditional pain relievers– without the serious side effects – when taken as recommended.

Seriously Clear Sinuses

Perhaps the most surprising benefit of serrapeptase supplementation is its incredible ability to regulate mucus and improve ailments like sinus pressure.

In a study involving 15 individuals with restricted breathing due to mucus, 30 mg of serrapeptase was administered to certain participants, while others received a placebo for 4 weeks.

This sinus-friendly enzyme was found to decrease the elasticity, viscosity, weight, and white blood cell content of the mucus as well as significantly decrease expectoration and coughing frequency in the individuals who received serrapeptase when compared to the control group.

The study concluded that serrapeptase was responsible for dissolving a significant amount of fibrin, which has been shown in other research to contribute to the production of mucus, bronchial tube hyperactivity, and airway narrowing.

So next time you’re battling sinus issues, try popping a serrapeptase! No drowsiness or dried out sinuses necessary.

In Summary

If there’s only one enzyme you should consider adding to your supplement routine, it’s definitely serrapeptase! This proteolytic enzyme skillfully targets harmful proteins, removes impurities from the blood, digests fibrin, and dissolves mucus.

The result? Serrapeptase promotes healthy sinus activity, enhanced cardiovascular health, faster wound healing, and a better functioning immune system – all thanks to a silkworm enzyme!

Serrapeptase At-a-Glance

  • Enhances proper digestion of proteins.
  • Selectively breaks down harmful protein debris.
  • Shown to be a safe alternative to long-term use of pain relievers.
  • Dissolves proteins in scar tissue, and mucus, speeding wound repair.
  • Targets and dissolves fibrin, assisting with sinus issues, post-surgical inflammation, and cardiovascular health.
  • Promotes disintegration of plaques and clots by targeting fibrin and fibrinogen.

Ready to Try Serrapeptase?

The following Arthur Andrew Medical products contain serrapeptase:

Serretia – Pure serrapeptase to support healthy sinus activity and relief from muscle soreness.

Neprinol – Cleanses the blood, supports proper joint function, and facilitates pain reduction.

Fibrovera – Supports normal fibrin activity through healthy hormone levels.

Neprofin – Speeds recovery and facilitates pain-free movement in large animals.

Neprofin PET – Supports pain-free living and overall well-being in household pets.