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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Serrapeptase, Fibrosis

Here are all the links to the info about systemic enzymes  I had sent this to my daughter because of her having endometriosis.  It talks about eating up the endometriosis (Women's Fibrosis Diseases) and dead tissue.  I've been using this off and on since 2007, when the money permits.

Fibrosis, the Enemy of Life

Fighting Viruses, and Winning; From the Flu to Bio Terrorism  The Effects of Plant Form Proteases on Viruses [PDF]

What is fibrosis? Fibrosis can be found in many forms. In women it can manifest as the estrogen driven diseases of Fibrocystic Breast Disease, Uterine Fibroids, Endometriosis and Ovarian Cysts.

Serrapeptase is an enzyme derived from silk worms. It’s greatest benefit is it’s ability to dissolve amyloid plaque one of the main Aging symptoms in the body. Amyloid plaque is a byproduct of cross-linking of Protein and sugars in the body. This plaque accumulates everywhere in the body and is the source of much chronic pain in older people. Alzheimer’s disease is also an accumulation of Amyloid plaque in the brain. I am highlighting this product as an anti-aging supplement because of it’s ability means to reduce the accumulation of structured waste in the body. Structure waste does not directly cause death, but it does slow down the metabolic processes that eventually lead to old age and death.

The human body has not adapted to break down structured waste, because we simply do not live long enough to die directly from the accumulation of structured waste. Solutions of course are found in other places such as the silkworm, which primarily feeds off structured waste and there are micro-organisms in the soil that accomplish the same end.

Serrapeptase digests dead tissue, blood clots, cysts, and arterial plaque. The late German physician Dr Hans Nieper used serrapeptase to treat arterial blockage in his coronary patients. Dr. Nieper discovered that a small amount of Serrapeptase would completely heal clogged artieries and remove any chronic pain symptoms. A doctor who requested anonymity claims serrapeptase protects against stroke and is more effective and quicker than EDTA chelation treatments in removing arterial plaque. He also reports that serrapeptase dissolves blood clots and causes varicose veins to shrink or diminish.

Other reported conditions that Serrapeptase helps to alleviate are: Diabetes, Arthritis, Prostrate problems, Fibromyalgia, Cysts, Lung and Chest problems, Bronchial Asthma, Eye problems, MS, Hayfever, Cystic Fibrosis, Sinusitis, blocked veins and Varicose veins.

The physiologic agent is isolated from the microorganism Serratia E15, an enzyme naturally present in the silkworm intestine which allows the emerging moth to dissolve its cocoon. Clinical use of serrapeptase as an antiinflammatory in Europe and Asia spans over twenty five years. Treatment includes chronic sinusitis, elimination of bronchopulmonary secretions (the enzyme breaks down protein fibers, allowing mucous to thin), sprains and torn ligaments, and other traumatic injuries, edema, as well as postoperative inflammation.

Researchers in Germany have used Serrapeptase to treat atherosclerosis since serrapeptase helps to digest atherosclerotic plaque without harming healthy cells lining the arterial wall. The hardened, narrow arterial wall is considered the cumulative result of microscopic trauma with inflammation occurring in the presence of oxidized lipids—serrapeptase works on both inflammation as well as dissolving the avital plaque. Unlike cholesterol-blocking drugs, serrapeptase clears the avital tissue from the arterial wall without interfering with cholesterol synthesis. In fact, when taking serrapeptase, cholesterol levels may rise as it is dissolved from the arteries to be eliminated from the body (cholesterol in its pure state is an antioxidant and a necessary component of steroidal hormones and the major organ systems in the body).
Amyloid plaque = Fibrosis

Dr. Wong's Newsletters:  What Causes Heart Disease? - February 2004  Women's Fibrosis Related Illnesses - January 2004  Sports Medicine - Minimizing Injury - December 2003  After Surgery - Then What? - November 2003  The Foundations of Anti-Aging Therapy - October 2003  Fibrosis: The Enemy of Life - August 2003  Enzymes in the Fight Against Cancer - July 2003  How Can Something So Good Make You Feel So Bad? - June 2003  Arthritis: What it is, Why it Hurts, and What to Do - April 2003

Dr. Wong's conference call with Energetic Nutrition on April 26, 2005 regarding fibroid tumors and women's fibrosis conditions is now available to listen to online. Click here to listen the audio file. Note: File is kind of large (4.8 MB) and takes a while to get started, so be patient. Also, the first 3 to 4 minutes is startup time we haven't edited out yet, so you might want to fast forward there.  Easiest is to right click, save as...

Where to get Serrapeptase...

Vitalzym (180 Gel Caps)
Vitalzym (350 Gel Caps)
Serralone (120,000 IU strength)
Top Of The Line Systemic Enzymes (Serrapeptase, Protease, Nattokinase, etc...) look for Serra Enzyme
Zymessence...  the first and only systemic enzyme blend actually developed by Dr. William Wong, ND, PhD.

Edit:  We now recommend Serratia, Neprinol AFD, and Syntol AMD by Arthur Andrew Medical, and suggest to re-encapsulate into gelatin caps due to the increasing of cellulose and "Other Ingredients" in the blends.  Even though Arthur Andrew Medical has cellulose on the label, it is only in the capsule itself, which is why we re-encapsulate ourselves into a safer gelatin capsule. There is no cellulose in the actual mix, so the supplement is save-able.

Serratia Label...

Neprinol AFD Label...

Syntol AMD Label...

So you see that the cellulose is limited to the capsule only, and the mix can easily be emptied into a gelatin capsule.

See all posts elsewhere on here regarding cellulose and hypromellose.

1 comment:

MessiahMews said...

Inflammation as Potent as Cholesterol

Independent studies that appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine say inflammation is as potent as cholesterol. An article in Men's Health (Dec 2004), Bonfires of the Arteries, concurs, reporting that "inflammation is the slow burn that sparks thousands of heart attack and strokes every year".

According to Paul Ridker, MD, a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, "Half of all heart attacks and strokes in the United States each year occur among people with essentially normal cholesterol levels". Dr. Ridker continued, "There is more to heart disease than just lipids. A heart attack occurs when plaque ruptures inside your vessels. Rupturing is not dependant just on how much plaque is present, but also on the level of inflammation".

According to a 2003 report from the University of South Florida, chronic inflammation partly due to an estrogen deficiency may render postmenopausal women vulnerable to degenerative conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, atherosclerosis, and Alzheimer's disease.

Low-grade inflammation is also underneath aging and age-related disease, according to dermatologist Nicholas V. Perricone, MD. Perricone says, "The skin is always getting inflamed by sun, weather, pollution, and products because it is our interface between the environment and our body. So the best ways to decrease disease risk and slow the aging process is to take nutrients with powerful anti-inflammatory activity on a regular basis. Through a three-tier approach involving diet, supplements, and creams, we can control the rate at which we age".