Serra Enzyme Maximum Strength Serrapeptase is known as the 'Miracle Enzyme'.
- An Organic Proteolytic Enzyme
- Produces Anti-Inflammatory Mediators
- May Help To Support Many Normal Body Processes
- Naturally Processed
- Delayed Release For Optimum Systemic Deliver
Serrapeptase is possibly one the most widely needed nutritional supplements of all time, because of its effectiveness with such a wide range of conditions! From helping with the natural healing process, to sinus activity, fluid balance, joint mobility, post-surgical recovery, anti-inflammation throughout the body, to assistance in waste and toxin removal. It should be part of everyone’s daily regime, for general health support, or as part of a recovery plan. It truly is The Miracle Enzyme!
Serra Enzyme™ contains Serrapeptase, which is a naturally occurring proteolytic enzyme, isolated from the silkworm. It is used as part of a healthy daily diet and lifestyle, where it breaks down certain proteins by hydrolysis.
It may support the body in normal body processes involving:
- The natural healing process
- Sinus activity
- Fluid balance
- Joint mobility
- Post-surgical recovery
- Anti-inflammation, and
- Waste and toxin removal
Serrapeptase may help to support and maintain muscle and joint health and promote normal cardiovascular arterial health.
This proteolytic enzyme is able to digest certain types of protein, but attacking only dead tissues. Studies suggest that this enzyme in the body produces anti-inflamatory mediators that reduce swelling, redness, and pain.
The enzyme contributes to a blockage of the release of pain-inducing amines from inflamed tissue. Blocking amines results in a reduction of swelling and other inflamatory responses.
It has been suggested that those with joint problems and slow healing, for example, or those experiencing injury or post-operative recovery, may benefit from improved nutritional and dietary levels of Serrapeptase.
The actions of Serrapeptase also seem to affect mucous production through improved drainage, such as that excuded in respiratory inflammation.