Serrapeptase in an enzyme derived from silk worms.
It is produced for the silkworm to escape it cocoon. It is effective against
some types of coagulation.
- break down atherosclerotic plaques
- improves carpal tunnel syndrome (decreased pain)
- effective with inflammatory venous diseases (thrombophlebitis)
- effective as a booster for antibiotics, overcoming drug resistance (like
- concentration of antibiotic in tissue increased by
- ciclacillin - 8.5 fold (850%)
- ampicillin - 5.7 fold (570%)
- cephalexin - 3 to 5 fold (300-500%)
- minocycline - 2.2 fold (220%)
- "anti-inflammatory, anti-oedemic and fibrinolytic activity and acts
rapidly on localized inflammation"
- "Serrapeptase has been used in Europe to treat arterial blockages due to
its ability to alleviate arterial inflammation and dissolve blood clots and
arterial plaque. It has been used to treat arthritis, fibrocystic breast
disease, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other inflammatory conditions"
- may induce induced pneumonitis
, subepidermal bullous dermatosis
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