More than thirty years ago, a German doctor, Dr. Hans Neiper, faced with problems that have not yet been solved by conventional medicine today, sought in nature a way to deal with all kinds of inflammation.
Inflammation is anything in the body that shouldn’t be there. Any “non-living tissue”. And in a nutshell, this is pretty much all that causes pain. Obstructions, such as in the head or chest due to mucus, such as colds, sinus or bronchial problems, asthma, emphysema, or industry-induced problems, including asbestosis.
Things like blood clots, prostate problems, arthritis, ulcers, and a host of other problems that your doctor will say can’t be solved are caused by inflammation.
Serrapeptase is the enzyme that the silkworm uses to dissolve its cocoon. Dr. Neiper realized that if the silkworm, when it changes from worm to moth, and does so in a very short time, it must have something that dissolves the “non-living tissue”, because the cocoon is a hard tissue structure .
Dr. Neiper separated the enzyme, gave it to his patients and got amazing results, very quickly.
He gave it to a patient who had to amputate his hand due to a blocked artery. He cleared the block and the man held his hand. They also reported that serrapeptase dissolved blood clots and caused the varicose veins to shrink or shrink.
To achieve the huge amount required in today’s world, serrapeptase is now being commercially transformed naturally by fermentation. Histological studies have revealed the potent anti-inflammatory effects of this natural enzyme.
Possible known benefits may be pain relief; coping with lung problems; eye problems; Otolaryngology problems (ear-nose-throat); trauma; inflammation of any kind; Cardiovascular difficulties and very important, arthritis.
In 25 years of being prescribed by German doctors, no harmful side effects have been reported.
Serrapeptase can and does solve many problems that doctors tell us are insoluble.
However, we must remember that many of the problems we experience with our health are often closely related to our diet.
If we eat junk food, we will get junk health. When shopping at the grocery store, look at the labels. How many E numbers or things that are clearly not appropriate natural foods are there in the package?
Also, anything that is in the so-called “sugar-free” form invariably contains aspartame and other things that are bad for our health. Therefore, try to maintain a good diet.
Alternative remedies, many of which have stood the test of time, in some cases many hundreds of years, finally offer hope to many people.
Serrapeptase is a recent addition to the list, which was only “discovered” about 35 years ago. But it is one that works for many people.