Serrapeptase Benefits of This Phenomenal Butterfly Enzyme For Chronic Pain, Inflammatory Diseases and Cancer

Get real-life testimonials of serrapeptase benefits from people who have been using serrapeptase and learn about the healing secrets of this butterfly enzyme.

 

How did you find out about the benefits of serrapeptase?

Did you hear it from a friend? Have you read it from a magazine, or online? Was it recommended to you by someone who had been getting amazing serrapeptase benefits?

One thing’s for sure, you did not hear it from your doctor. These medical professionals are aware of this, but they will never tell you about serrapeptase benefits, because they know you will be cured from your ailment. That means no more check-ups, no more medicines, no more profit for them.

If you land on this page, it means that you are someone who want’s the best possible alternative medicine.

Not many people know about the superb healing properties of serrapeptase, or about the serrapeptase benefits. Even people who claim to know the whole gamut of alternative health and natural supplements are surprised when they hear about the butterfly enzyme.

You are very blessed to arrive here. And we will make it worth your time and effort. After all, you want to find out an excellent natural way to get healed.


What is serrapeptase?

silkworm butterfly - serrapeptase benefitsSerrapeptase is also known as the butterfly enzyme. It is also called serrapeptidase or serratio peptidase.

This is found in the saliva of the silkworm moth. A silkworm releases this enzyme to dissolve the tough, protein-covered cocoon that coops it during its metamorphosis. Once it breaks free from the cocoon, you see a transformed, beautiful butterfly. It’s the same silkworm, only better, stronger and has more freedom to enjoy the outside world.

Now, the very same enzyme from the silkworm moth is produced in sterile labs to provide humans with the same liberation from ailments that have been plaguing mankind in the last two decades.

Serrapeptase benefits are not really new. In fact, it has been around for more than 30 years now. It was first introduced in the United States in the 1990’s but very few people knew it and harnessed its healing potential.  In the past 5 years serrapeptase benefits have become more talked about, especially on youtube.

Inflammation and swelling is one of the leading causes of chronic illnesses like heart and artery problems, diabetes and Alzheimer’s.  Serrapeptase has an extremely helpful in combating inflammation.  Serrapeptase will not just reduce your risk of chronic pains. From my personal experience it can heal you and make your life a whole lot better!

Do you want this to happen?

Are you ready to embrace a phenomenal change in your health and lifestyle?

Do you want freedom from pain and all these degenerative problems?

Do you want to boost your energy levels?

Ultimately, do you want to get rejuvenated by healing your body naturally?

Don’t waste another second by debating with yourself. It’s TIME to ACT NOW!

Benedick Howard, a leading wellness coach and microcurrent expert tested Serrapeptase for 6 months starting March 12 2013, on himself and recorded his results of ultra dosing serrapeptase in series of youtube videos.  Click here

In 2017 Benedick did another test on his COPD and asthma by ultra mega dosing Serrapeptase and researched the alternative brands new to the market.

Again the 24 hours results were astounding.

In this new series of videos you will learn the 5 main Serrapeptase benefits, what dosages achieve the quickest results, how to establish minimum effective dose and which brands to avoid at all costs.  Sign up below ...

Serrapeptase News - Get on the early bird list

In this new series of videos and articles you will learn

  • the 5 main benefits of Serrapeptase
  • what dosages achieve the quickest results
  • how to establish minimum effective dose
  • and which brands to avoid at all costs

We value your privacy and would never spam you

How does serrapeptase work?

The use of enzymes for therapies had long been used and studied by researchers from the United States, Europe and Asia (particularly in India).  See below.  They found that enzymes can destroy anaerobic cells (cells lacking oxygen). Cancer cells are anaerobic. With the use of enzymes, cancer cells are not just healed, they are dissolved.

Serrapeptase dissolves non-living proteins (anaerobic) without harming living tissue. This means it can positively impact: pain, scar tissue, blood clots, cysts, inflammation, arterial blockage, edema, mucus.

Since this short list is responsible for a very large list of problems we humans suffer, there is a correspondingly wide range of ailments and complaints that have been reported as positively affected by this remarkable enzyme.

Unlike traditional medicine that gives a prescribed amount for you to take, serrapeptase does not work that way. If you want to know about the optimum dosage levels of serrapeptase and get its full healing secrets, check out this video documentary. You will be pleasantly surprised at how ultra high dosing with serrapeptase is making successful healing solutions!

Real-life testimonials

”Initially there was tremendous pain relief, but that was not all.  The biggest long term change is my mind, thought and clarity are all laser focused compared to when I started.  There are no side effects, but HIGH doses are essential, time saving and cost saving too. Time = Money   By day six of taking the max dosage of serrapeptase I knew I was onto something effective and different. Serrapeptase in high dosage, has in my experience been, totally safe.  By using the 240,000 iu caps I avoided having to swallow a handful of the smaller dosage options available. And I wanted to see if the testimonies made by others were true for me too.” – Benedick

“great help for my pain…feel like i’m detoxing. Eyes are red and threw up.This helps so much with pain and inflammation did get a little light headed.I thought that was part of the detoxing.Pushing lots of water…feels like flu not bed ridden but a little tired and nauseated.Severe pain gone.I buy mine in Uk. Can we get a high potency unadulterated brand here in the states?” – Daybreak Icyblu

“i am using it for cleansing my blood plaques, and it worked, blood pressure decreases, great enzyme !! ” – Technoman2007

“I have noticed general improvement in my well being and smoother getting through the days, especially with lung congestion and chronic infection, having less to cough about since I am taking serrapeptase.” – Adelinde Farmer

“Yep. I went 120,000 –2 at night and one in the day when not eating. Great stuff. Lungs are better than the last 10 years. (ex-smoker) going on 1 month. hip pain while sleeping almost gone. The great thing there is no real (high) dose or to high” – Ed Michrina

“I’ve also been trying serrapeptase for a while but think I need to update my dosage to tackle joint stiffness and pain in knees and elbows. I have noticed a great difference in a skin condition I have, seborrheic keratosis, which is now almost non existant. Remarkable!” – Carol

How can serrapeptase benefit cancer patients?

Based on a recent study published by Natural News, doctors discovered an anaerobic enzyme (clostridida) that “fed-off” anaerobic cancer cells. The clostridia enzyme killed only the cancer cells in the patients. Imo, serrapeptase, trypsin, chymotryspin and other enzymes must have similar properties. They dissolve anaerobic cells.

This explains why enzymes will kill cancer cells but not a fetus which also has this protein coating. Also, the enzymes dissolve the anaerobic tissue creating amino acids as a byproduct that are recycled in the body. The protective coating is irrelevant, it is because the cancer cells are anaerobic.

That is also why the cancerous tumors are not just killed, but also dissolved. Otherwise someone with a malignant tumor that is treated would still have a non-malignant mass.

In the 50′s Dr. Gerson used fresh, hand-pressed (masticated) carrot juice to kill cancer. When he used a high-speed juice machine to juice the carrots his success rate dropped. As the story goes a physicist finally told him the juice machine blades created an electrical charge that killed some of the enzymes.

In 1968 Dr. Kelley recommended pancreatic enzymes, as well as dietary changes to kill cancer. In Texas around 1981 I met one of his patients successfully treated.

To summarize, enzymes eat and dissolve anaerobic substances, whether cancer, fungus, bacteria or viruses, calcium plaque, or any other anaerobic substances. Btw, not all fungi, bacteria and viruses are considered anaerobic.

Serrapeptase News - Get on the early bird list

In this new series of videos and articles you will learn

  • the 5 main benefits of Serrapeptase
  • what dosages achieve the quickest results
  • how to establish minimum effective dose
  • and which brands to avoid at all costs

We value your privacy and would never spam you

Do you suffer from any of these problems?

Inflammatory diseases like MS. CFS and Lymes

Pain, joint pain, back pain, neck pain …

Arterial Plaque, Angina

Blood Clots, “thick” blood

Thrombophlebitis, Varicose veins

Leg ulcers

Arthritis including Rheumatoid Arthritis

Osteoporosis

Cysts, cystitis, cystic fibrosis

Uterine fibroids, fibrocystic breast disease

Carpel Tunnel and other Repetitive Stress Injuries

Sports Injuries, including prevention & Recovery

Headaches and Migraines caused by inflammation

Swollen glands

Breast Engorgement

Edema and Swelling, including Post-operative swelling

Scars and lesions, both internal and external

Ear, Nose & Throat problems incl. sore throat, chronic ear infections, Catarrhal Rhinopharyngitis, Runny nose, rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis

Lung problems — coughs, mucous, hayfever, asbestosis,

Miners and farmers lung, mesothelioma, emphysema,

Bronchitis, bronchial asthma, pulmonary TB, COPD

Prostate problems

Eye problems

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases incl. Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s, IBS

Fibromyalgia

Lupus

Multiple Sclerosis

Diabetes

Polymyalgia Rheumatica

Damaged Nerves

Unfortunately, with today’s fast-paced, blue light, microwave addictive lifestyle, we suffer, live, and endure many of these diseases.

We go to doctors to get help but our suffering just gets worse. We are handed with a prescription that would supposedly treat the disease. After a week, one disease is gone but a new one has replaced it.

Maybe you’ve caught onto the killer medical system, and realize that you’re actually the best doctor especially when you listen to your body and what its telling you.

Wouldn’t it be nice if we can get a holistic healing process that can target the root cause of your health issue?

For example, inflammation and swelling is one of the leading causes of chronic illnesses like heart and artery problems, diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Serrapeptase has an extremely helpful potential in combating inflammation. Serrapeptase will not just reduce your risk of chronic pains. From my personal experience it can heal you and make you live better!

Do you want this to happen?

Are you ready to embrace a phenomenal change in your health and lifestyle?

Do you want freedom from pain and all these degenerative problems?

Do you want to boost your energy levels?

Ultimately, do you want to get rejuvenated by healing your body naturally?

Don’t waste another second by debating with yourself. It’s TIME to ACT NOW!

Benedick Howard, a leading wellness coach and microcurrent expert tested Serrapeptase for 6 months starting March 12 2013, on himself and recorded his results of ultra dosing serrapeptase in series of youtube videos.  The most popular one is at the top of this page.

In 2017 Benedick did another test on his COPD and asthma by ultra mega dosing Serrapeptase and researched the alternative brands new to the market.

In this new series of videos you will learn the 5 main Serrapeptase benefits, what dosages achieve the quickest results, how to establish minimum effective dose and after a lot of reading and testing which brands to avoid at all costs.

Serrapeptase News - Get on the early bird list

In this new series of videos and articles you will learn

  • the 5 main benefits of Serrapeptase
  • what dosages achieve the quickest results
  • how to establish minimum effective dose
  • and which brands to avoid at all costs

We value your privacy and would never spam you

Other related articles: What does Serrapeptase do?  |  My 6 month 2013 Serrapeptase study playlist

References:

  1. Al-Khateeb TH, Nusair Y. Effect of the proteolytic enzyme serrapeptase on swelling, pain and trismus after surgical extraction of mandibular third molarsInt J Oral Maxillofac Surg. (2008)
  2. Bhagat S, Agarwal M, Roy V. Serratiopeptidase: a systematic review of the existing evidenceInt J Surg. (2013)
  3. Badhe RV, et al. Media optimization studies for Serratiopeptidase production from Serratia marcescens ATCC 13880Hindustan Antibiot Bull. (2009)
  4. Purification and characterization of four proteases from a clinical isolate of Serratia marcescens kums 3958.
  5. Pansuriya R, Singhal R. Effects of dissolved oxygen and agitation on production of serratiopeptidase by Serratia marcescens NRRL B-23112 in stirred tank bioreactor and its kinetic modelingJ Microbiol Biotechnol. (2011)
  6. CASTANEDA-AGULLO M. Studies on the biosynthesis of extracellular proteases by bacteria. I. Serratia marcescens, synthetic and gelatin mediaJ Gen Physiol. (1956)
  7. Bromke BJ, Hammel JM. Regulation of extracellular protease formation by Serratia marcescensCan J Microbiol. (1979)
  8. Matsumoto K, et al. Purification and characterization of four proteases from a clinical isolate of Serratia marcescens kums 3958J Bacteriol. (1984)
  9. Selan L, et al. Proteolytic enzymes: a new treatment strategy for prosthetic infectionsAntimicrob Agents Chemother. (1993)
  10. Cloning and sequencing of Serratia protease gene.
  11. Easily absorbable enzyme preparation.
  12. Umashankar MS, Sachdeva RK, Gulati M. Aquasomes: a promising carrier for peptides and protein deliveryNanomedicine. (2010)
  13. Rawat M, et al. Development and in vitro evaluation of alginate gel-encapsulated, chitosan-coated ceramic nanocores for oral delivery of enzymeDrug Dev Ind Pharm. (2008)
  14. Moriya N, et al. Intestinal absorption of serrapeptase (TSP) in ratsBiotechnol Appl Biochem. (1994)
  15. Woodley JF. Enzymatic barriers for GI peptide and protein deliveryCrit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst. (1994)
  16. KV S, Devi GS, Mathew ST. Liposomal formulations of serratiopeptidase: in vitro studies using PAMPA and Caco-2 modelsMol Pharm. (2008)
  17. Camenisch G, Folkers G, van de Waterbeemd H. Shapes of membrane permeability-lipophilicity curves: extension of theoretical models with an aqueous pore pathwayEur J Pharm Sci. (1998)
  18. Obata K, et al. Prediction of oral drug absorption in humans by theoretical passive absorption modelInt J Pharm. (2005)
  19. Nirale NM, Menon MD. Topical formulations of serratiopeptidase: development and pharmacodynamic evaluationIndian J Pharm Sci. (2010)
  20. Shah MH, Paradkar A. Cubic liquid crystalline glyceryl monooleate matrices for oral delivery of enzymeInt J Pharm. (2005)
  21. Kakinuma A, et al. Repression of fibrinolysis in scalded rats by administration of Serratia proteaseBiochem Pharmacol. (1982)
  22. Kee WH, et al. The treatment of breast engorgement with Serrapeptase (Danzen): a randomised double-blind controlled trialSingapore Med J. (1989)
  23. Malshe PC. A preliminary trial of serratiopeptidase in patients with carpal tunnel SyndromeJ Assoc Physicians India. (2000)
  24. Jadav SP, et al. Comparison of anti-inflammatory activity of serratiopeptidase and diclofenac in albino ratsJ Pharmacol Pharmacother. (2010)
  25. Tachibana M, et al. A multi-centre, double-blind study of serrapeptase versus placebo in post-antrotomy buccal swellingPharmatherapeutica. (1984)
  26. Chopra D, et al. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study comparing the efficacy and safety of paracetamol, serratiopeptidase, ibuprofen and betamethasone using the dental impaction pain modelInt J Oral Maxillofac Surg. (2009)
  27. Murugesan K, Sreekumar K, Sabapathy B. Comparison of the roles of serratiopeptidase and dexamethasone in the control of inflammation and trismus following impacted third molar surgeryIndian J Dent Res. (2012)
  28. Panagariya A, Sharma AK. A preliminary trial of serratiopeptidase in patients with carpal tunnel syndromeJ Assoc Physicians India. (1999)
  29. Esch PM, Gerngross H, Fabian A. Reduction of postoperative swelling. Objective measurement of swelling of the upper ankle joint in treatment with serrapeptase– a prospective studyFortschr Med. (1989)
  30. Bracale G, Selvetella L. Clinical study of the efficacy of and tolerance to seaprose S in inflammatory venous disease. Controlled study versus serratio-peptidase.Minerva Cardioangiol. (1996)
  31. Relevant Role of Fibronectin-Binding Proteins in Staphylococcus aureus Biofilm-Associated Foreign-Body Infections.
  32. Christner M, et al. The giant extracellular matrix-binding protein of Staphylococcus epidermidis mediates biofilm accumulation and attachment to fibronectinMol Microbiol. (2010)
  33. Kaplan JB. Biofilm dispersal: mechanisms, clinical implications, and potential therapeutic usesJ Dent Res. (2010)
  34. Artini M, et al. Comparison of the action of different proteases on virulence properties related to the staphylococcal surfaceJ Appl Microbiol. (2013)
  35. Artini M, et al. A new anti-infective strategy to reduce adhesion-mediated virulence in Staphylococcus aureus affecting surface proteinsInt J Immunopathol Pharmacol. (2011)
  36. Longhi C, et al. Protease treatment affects both invasion ability and biofilm formation in Listeria monocytogenesMicrob Pathog. (2008)
  37. Influence of interfaces on microbial activity.
  38. Costerton JW, et al. Bacterial biofilms in nature and diseaseAnnu Rev Microbiol. (1987)
  39. Lee HS, et al. A technique for quantitative cytology of nasal secretionsEur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. (1991)
  40. Nakamura S, et al. Effect of the proteolytic enzyme serrapeptase in patients with chronic airway diseaseRespirology. (2003)
  41. Majima Y, et al. Effects of orally administered drugs on dynamic viscoelasticity of human nasal mucusAm Rev Respir Dis. (1990)
  42. Majima Y, et al. The effect of an orally administered proteolytic enzyme on the elasticity and viscosity of nasal mucusArch Otorhinolaryngol. (1988)
  43. Shimura S, et al. Effect of expectorants on relaxation behavior of sputum viscoelasticity in vivoBiorheology. (1983)
  44. Mecikoglu M, et al. The effect of proteolytic enzyme serratiopeptidase in the treatment of experimental implant-related infectionJ Bone Joint Surg Am. (2006)
  45. Ishihara Y, Kitamura S, Takaku F. Experimental studies on distribution of cefotiam, a new beta-lactam antibiotic, in the lung and trachea of rabbits. II. Combined effects with serratiopeptidaseJpn J Antibiot. (1983)
  46. Aratani H, Tateishi H, Negita S. Studies on the distributions of antibiotics in the oral tissues: Experimental staphylococcal infection in rats, and effect of serratiopeptidase on the distributions of antibiotics (author’s transl)Jpn J Antibiot. (1980)
  47. Viswanatha Swamy AH, Patil PA. Effect of some clinically used proteolytic enzymes on inflammation in ratsIndian J Pharm Sci. (2008)
  48. Shimizu H, et al. A case of serratiopeptidase-induced subepidermal bullous dermatosisBr J Dermatol. (1999)
  49. Harris Interactive Over-The-Counter Pain Medication Study Sponsored by the National Consumers League. January 30, 2003. Chairman of Harris Poll, New York, NY: Humphrey Taylor. Contact: www.harrisinteractive.com and www.nclnet.org.
  50. Mazzone A, et al. Evaluation of serratia peptidase in acute or chronic inflammation of otorhinolaryngology pathology: a multicentre, double-blind, randomized trial versus placebo. J Int Med Res.; 1990; 18 (5); 379-88.
  51. Tachibana M, et al. A muti-centre, double-blind study of serrapeptase versus placebo in post-antrotomy buccal swelling. Pharmatherapeutica; 1984; 3(8); 526-30.
  52. Panagariya A, Sharma AK. A preliminary trial of serratiopeptidase in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. J Assoc Physicians India; 1999; 47 (12); 1170-1172.
  53. Kee WH, et al. The treatment of breast engorgement with Serrapeptase (Danzen): a randomized double-blind controlled trial. Singapore Med J.; 1989 30 (1); 48-54.
  54. Sasaki S, et al. Serrapeptase-induced lung injury manifesting as acute eosiniphilic pneumonia. Nihon Kokyuki Gakkai Zasshi. 2000; 38 (7); 540-4.