Serrapeptase Super High Strength 250,000IU Delayed Release (Enteric) Capsules.


High Quality Super High Strength (250,000IU) Serrapeptase delayed release vegetable capsules.
The capsule prevents the enzyme inside the capsule from being harmed by stomach acids.

All our top quality high strength capsules are hygienically packaged in resealable Foil-Fresh stand up pouches. We believe this to be the most environmentally friendly way of packaging.

Each Serrapeptase capsule contains the Serratiopeptidase Enzyme preparation providing 250,000IU of activity.
This powerful enzyme helps support and maintain healthy fluid levels in the body, healthy joints, muscles and helps support and maintain cardiovascular health. Serrapeptase has been used as a nutritional supplement in Europe and Asia for nearly three decades.



Discovered in the early 1970’s, this proteolytic enzyme was isolated from the Serratia species of bacteria located in the intestines of silkworms. Serrapeptase, also called serratiopeptidase, is truly a superior enzyme that provides strong, healthful properties. Today Serrapeptase is used all over Europe and Asia in clinical settings. It has the ability to break down non-living tissue in the body.


Serrapeptase is perhaps one of the world’s most exciting enzymes being studied in regard to its wide variety of clinical applications. Currently, especially in Europe and Asia, it is clinically used for many, many negative health conditions. One of the most well-known proponents for this enzyme was the German physician, Dr. Hans Nieper. He had great success supplementing with serrapeptase to promote normal heart and circulatory system health.



What Is Serrapeptase?


Serrapeptase is an enzyme that was originally found in silkworms. The silkworm produces this enzyme to digest the tough Mulberry leaves that live on, and more importantly that also use, it to rapidly bore through it's tough cocoon and fly away before any predator can catch it. Scientists isolated this enzyme and began creating cultures by adding a protein. From there they began successful clinical experiments and trials. And it went from that phase to broad usage. It is considered a standard medicine in Germany.


Enzymes are catalysts that enable or speed up biochemical reactions. Just like we were told in high school chemistry, the catalyst, in this case an enzyme, does not get consumed by the chemical reaction. It starts it. There are around 4000 biochemical reactions that require enzymes as catalysts. So the human body needs enzymes not only to digest foods, as many know, but also needs enzymes for cellular activity.


The particular enzyme activity of Serrapeptase is unique. Dennis Gore had studied the reports of a German doctor, Dr. Hans Napier, who had positive results with clearing blocked arteries and preventing the need for by-pass operations. In other words, it is effective and safe as an arterial chelation agent. Dr. Napier treated a woman with Serrapeptase who was scheduled to have her hand amputated. She recovered without the amputation.


Unlike many medications used to remove arterial wall plaque or inflamed lipids (fats) in the blood stream, Serrapeptase does not block the biosynthesis of cholesterol. Cholesterol in its pure form is an antioxidant necessary for all organs in the body to function properly. If it's biosynthesis is hampered, long term health issues will occur.


In addition, it is a very powerful natural anti-inflammatory agent. So any area of inflammation in the body is mollified without resorting to steroid or non steroid drug use, which almost always has side effects, and with a high price tag!




Serrapeptase Historical and Current Usage


Serrapeptase has a 25 year history of use in parts of Europe and Asia. Serrapeptase digests all non living tissue, cysts, blood clots, inflammation, and arterial blockages. It has been found to be more effective than the common medical use of EDTA Chelation for removing arterial plaque. Again, with no side effects.


It has been used successfully for the treatment of cardiovascular problems, arthritis, fibrocystic breast disease, lung problems, sinusitis problems, carpal tunnel syndrome, and even sports injuries. It is recommended as an anti-aging agent simply because much of aging has to do with the accumulation of scar tissue, inflammation, and dis-regulation.


Inflammation is part of a necessary process to protect healthy cells from harmful invaders of all types. Dis-regulation occurs when the inflammation process loses discrimination and no longer differentiates between harmful and benign substances. Then there is unnecessary inflammation leading to long term autoimmune problems.


There are many reports of aches and pains vanishing from people's lives after using Serrapeptase. This natural enzyme does not suppress the immune system in any way. There are no known side effects, not even indigestion. There are many sources available in capsule and tablet form. It's recommended that heavy dosages be taken early until a positive change occurs, then taper off to a lighter dosage.




Serrapeptase Dosage

The Serrapeptase dosage most commonly used in scientific research has been between 10 mg and 30 mg per day, but this suggestion is useless since the enzyme strength or activity is unknown. Unlike vitamins or herbal supplements, the most effective Serrapeptase dosage depends more on the potency of the Serrapeptase enzyme rather than the amount taken. 

The best answer regarding what is the best Serrapeptase dosage is completely dependent on the person. One person may get relief from sore joints by taking 250,000 IU's per day while another person may need 750,000 IU's per day to get relief. Enzymes work with an individual’s biochemistry and are rarely dependent on that person's weight. A 7 stone woman may need to take more Serrapeptase per day than a 16 stone man. The amount or dosage is different for everyone. Since there are no common side effects it is safe to take an amount of 1,000,000 SPU's per day for pain, inflammation, and the reduction of fluid accumulations.

Are there any Serrapeptase Dangers?

There is no evidence that you can overdose on systemic enzymes like Serrapeptase. However, it is still important to follow the Serrapeptase dosage recommended by the product's manufacturer unless you are otherwise directed by your healthcare provider.

For best results, always take Serrapeptase at least half an hour before eating and/or two hours after a meal. If you are uncertain and have more questions feel free to contact us. 



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Serrapeptase 250.000 iU 30 caps

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