This powerful systemic enzyme supplement supports:

Acute and chronic inflammation

Pain and swelling

ENT, sinus and respiratory infections

Muscle, joint and tissue recovery

 

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Why Take Serrapeptase?

Serrapeptase supports muscle joint and overall tissue health as well as healthy respiratory and sinus function.

A concentrated natural proteolytic enzyme supplement. Our serrapeptase is enterically-coated to maximize efficacy, allowing the enzymes to survive the acidic conditions of the stomach, leading to greater absorption.

Mechanism of Action

Serrapeptase demonstrates the ability to reduces capillary permeability, breaks down abnormal proteins, facilitates absorption of decomposed product through blood and lymphatics, and has a regulating effect on immune cell migration from lymph nodes to inflamed and injured tissue. In addition, serrapeptase is able to dissolve by-products (damaged and dead tissue) of the healing response, without harming living tissue. This makes serrapeptase an effective broad spectrum enzyme-based therapeutic to combat symptoms of inflammation and inflammatory conditions.

 

Serrapeptase (Peptizyme SP): a superior form of Serrapeptase

  • Enteric coated to survive the acidic conditions of the stomach
  • Strongest Serrapeptase available - 120,000 SPU per capsule
  • Fermented and suitable for vegetarians
  • Free of pesticides, chemicals, preservatives, animal derivatives, dairy, yeast, fish & shellfish, peanuts and tree nuts, and kosher-certified ingredients.

Practitioners Use Proteolytic Enzymes for:

    Pain management
    Inflammation and inflammatory disorders
    Post-operative swelling and inflammation
    Reduce deposits associated with atherosclerotic plaques
    Wound healing and repair
    Respiratory conditions including sinusitis and bronchitis
    Reduce cheek swelling and pain after dental surgery

Breaks down and improve elimination of mucous
    associated with cough and allergies
Reduce pain and swelling of fibrocystic breast disease
Carpel tunnel syndrome
Rheumatoid arthritis, muscle and joint inflammation
Inflammatory bowel disease
Breaks down biofilm

Serrapeptase 120,000 SU 60 caps

Systemic Enzyme

 Healthy Respiratory System

 Sinus Health

 Muscle, Joint and Tissue Health

 Muscle Recovery

Serrapeptase supports healthy respiratory and sinus function, as well as muscle joint and overall tissue health.

A concentrated natural proteolytic enzyme supplement. Our serrapeptase is enterically-coated to maximize efficacy, allowing the enzymes to survive the acidic conditions of the stomach, leading to greater absorption.

Serrapeptase - also known as serrapeptidase, serratiopeptidase and serratia peptidase - is a powerful proteolytic enzyme derived from a species of bacteria originally found in the intestine of silkworms. The bacterium, Serratia mercesans, produces the enzyme serrapeptase to enable the silkworm to dissolve its silken cocoon and emerge as a moth after metamorphosis. Serratia is now grown in cultures to produce serrapeptase by fermentation, and is suitable for vegetarians.
Serrapeptase (Peptizyme SP) is one of the strongest in the world, unrivaled among products of its kind because it is packed with 120,000 SPU per capsule.

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Medicinal Ingredients:
Each capsule contains:
• Serrapeptase (120,000 Serratiopeptidase units) 58 mg
Suitable for vegetarians.
Dosage:
Take 1 capsule once per day. Take 2 hours after a meal.
60 capsules
NPN 80084599

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How to Take Serrapeptase 120,000 SPU

Take on an empty stomach (30-60 minutes before or 2 hours after meals).
• Days 1-5: Take 1 capsule, twice a day.
• Days 6-12+: Take 2+ capsules, twice a day (if needed).

 

References:

  1. C.D. Buckley, D.W. Gilroy, C.N. Serhan, et al.The resolution of inflammation Nat Rev Immunol, 13 (2013), pp. 59-66, 10.1038/nri3362
  2. G. Klein, W. KullichShort-term treatment of painful osteoarthritis of the knee with oral enzymes. A randomized, double-blind study versus diclofenac Chem Drug Invest, 19 (1) (2000), pp. 15-23
  3. T.A. Khateeb, Y. NusairEffect of the proteolytic enzyme serrapeptase on swelling, pain and trismus after surgical extraction of mandibular third molars Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg, 37 (2008), p. 264e8
  4. Y. Ishihara, S. Kitamura, F. TakakuExperimental studies on distribution of cefotiam, a new betalactam antibiotic, in the lung and trachea of rabbits. II. Combined effects with serratiopeptidase Jpn J Antibiot, 36 (10) (1983), pp. 2665-2670