Serrapeptase is an enzyme that has been praised as an anti-inflammatory wonder. Originally found in the intestines of the silk worm, this enzyme is the focus of several independent studies the world over. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, however, has yet to give word on the claims made by serrapeptase proponents.
This enzyme actually eats dead tissue. It is able to free blocked or clogged arteries by digesting the plaque coating the inner walls.
Chronic Ear Infections
Continued use helps reduce the risks of chronic ear infections. The enzyme reduces the pressure inside the ear, lessening the chances of infection.
This enzyme has been used for mild to moderate pain. Headaches to backaches have shown improvement with daily use.
The enzyme is best known for the ease it has provided sufferers of Crohn’s disease and colitis. Lung conditions and sports injuries have also improved with its use.
Conditions, such as sinusitis, have been helped by taking serrapeptase. Reportedly, sinus cavities have cleared and pressure has been known to dissipate with the use of the enzyme.
Auto-immune conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, are said to be relieved. In addition, lupus and multiple sclerosis symptoms have decreased.