Re: Anyone taking Serrapeptase?

From: Catherine b (
Sat Oct 9 20:33:42 2010

Coincidentally, I had just been doing some research on this for another health issue (for my husband). The long name of this product is Serratia peptidase. Serrapeptase is a commercial formulations of what they call proteolytic enzymes which digest proteins. Other types of proteolytic enzymes which are probably better known are bromelain (from pineapple) and papain (from papaya). This serratia enzyme is present in the intestine of the silkworm -- . There's been some clinical trials on its use as an anti-inflammatory, mostly in India and Asia, also some trials on it combined with cephalosporin to treat staph infections.

Let me know how it works if you're using it for adhesions. I had surgery for adhesions in April and have been working on resolving residual pain issues since then. I personally have had good results with self-therapy involving myofascial release. Still taking some pain meds as well. Luckily, I don't think my situation was as complicated as many on this forum whose posts I have read.

At Wed, 29 Sep 2010, Maria del Mar Hernandez wrote: >
>Yes, I just start today. I would like to hear how you are doing since you
>on July 17. Please answer me at
>At Tue, 17 Jul 2007, IAS Admin wrote:
>>From: [] On Behalf
Of >>Christine Avendano
>>Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2007 8:50 PM
>>Subject: Anyone taking Serrapeptase?
..Anyway, I had planned to >do
>>a surgery this year, but things radically improved after taking
>>Serrapeptase.  I am taking 90,000 IU two times a day, and have seen a lot
>>improvement, and I can sleep at night with a lot less difficulty and am
off >>all sleep/anxiety pain meds for now.  So far so good.  It's a miracle
right >>now, and I hope it continues.  The Serrapeptase apparently eats away at
>>tissue and adhesions, and I definitely see that happening.  Is anyone else
>>out there on this stuff?

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