Serrapeptase: An Alternative Medication

silkwormsSerrapeptase is categorized as a proteolytic enzyme with powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It literally digests inflamed tissue in the human body. It was discovered in the intestines of the silkworm. When it is time for the moth to emerge from the cocoon,  Serrapeptase dissolves a portion of the cocoon to free the moth. As the silkworm feeds on the tough Mulberry leaves, the serrapeptase enzyme helps to digest the leaves. The unique quality of Serrapeptase is that it digests non-living and inflamed tissue. Many conditions are alleviated by the use of Serrapeptase with no reported side effects. Visit this Serrapeptase site for in depth information about this supplement.

Dr. Hans Nieper, the late German cardiologist, conducted numerous studies recording the benefits of this amazing enzyme. His research confirmed that Serrapeptase dissolved the plaque and deposits of fatty substances in the artery to avoid a blockage of the blood’s flow which could potentially cause a stroke or heart attack. In Germany and Asia, it is a standard medication to improve heart health. However, in the United States, it is considered a supplement. As the medical community and individuals become aware of its beneficial properties, Serrapeptase will definitely gain popularity as a enzyme for maintaining good heart health.

Commercially, Serrapeptase is available in both tablet and capsule form. It has an acid resistant coating so that it will pass into the intestine to be safely absorbed into the blood stream. For more information, please visit Serrapeptase Facebook Page.