Doctor's Best, Best High Potency Serrapeptase, 120,000 SPUs, 90 Veggie Caps
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- Science-Based Nutrition
- Dietary Supplement
- 120,000 Serratiopeptidase Units Per Veggie Cap
- Non-GMO and Gluten Free
Serrapeptase (also called serratiopeptidase) is a highly potent protein dispersing enzyme that has been used in Europe and Asia for more than a quarter century. Serrapeptase is prepared under highly controlled conditions from cultures of the non-pathogenic bacterium Serratia 15. Best High Potency Serrapeptase is standardized in modern enzyme activity units and formulated with Serrateric, a superior, all-natural, vegetable based alternative to enteric coating that protects the individual enzyme molecules until they can be reach the intestine to be absorbed.
Adult Use:Take 1 capsule daily away from food or as recommended by a nutritionally informed physician.
Cellulose, serrateric modified cellulose (vegetarian capsule).
Contains nothing other than listed ingredients.
|Serving Size: 1 capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 90 servings|
|Amount per serving||% Daily Value|
|Calcium (from Serrateric)||36 mg||3%|
|Serrapeptase enzyme (serratiopeptidase activity units)||120,000 SPU||†|
|† Daily Value not established.|
In the process of revising my book, "Rheumatoid Arthritis: The Infection Connection" I wanted to include enzyme therapy in the section on alternative methods to combat chronic illness. My research found serrapeptase as a promising approach. Fibrinolytic systemic enzymes dissolve excess fibrin that forms in various organs and tissues during the normal wound healing process. Excess fibrin can form in the kidneys (leading to high blood pressure), carotid arteries (stroke), muscles (Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome), the brain (senility), and the respiratory/pulmonary tracts (sinusitis, fluid retention and inflammation). The strongest fibrin-eating enzyme is serrapeptase, a natural anti-inflammatory. One study suggests that proteolytic enzymes like serrapeptase could significantly enhance the activities of antibiotics against biofilms. I looked at a variety of products sold online, but yours appeared to be the best in terms of potency, quality, and value. After 6 weeks I notice a definite improvement in knee joint mobility as the chronic inflammation has decreased. Thank you for an excellent product.
the same brand, 3x40000spu has more prominent & lasting impact on me than 1x120000spu. some guy reported the same on amazon.com after using this dosage. wont by again. will stick to 40000spu. moreover i feel it's better to take it every 2 hours to maintain its level in the blood (when you have an empty stomach for example in the morning or evening). so 40000spu seems more handy. you can take every 2 hours 1x40000 or 2x40000. so 40000spu is a definite winner for me.
Posted by 4744651993355143869 on Jan 06, 2017
Got To Know About This Product From Youtube And Tried It Out. This Is My Second Day Taking It And I Can Already Feel My Decade-old Sinus Clearing Up Some. I Can Breathe Much Better. Hope My Migraine Will Also Go Off Soon.
Posted by 4822278618637611838 on Jan 03, 2017
Works great! Even beats headaches like paracetamol
These are stronger than what I was using
Posted by 4917404706729220082 on Dec 18, 2016
I was using a different brand that worked good but cost more and labeled the strength in milligrams instead of instead of Spu,s those were 500 mg. They work very good for inflammation and pain and I haven't had any unpleasant side effects like I do with naproxen. Already got a bottle for my sister as I think they will help her also.
Just started using it
Posted by 5375942378722654970 on Dec 01, 2016
I have just started using it and it has been just over a week or so, I think it needs some time to actually work or so I have read. Anyways will see if it makes a difference in 6 weeks and then decide to continue or not.