Doctor’s Best Best Serrapeptase (40, 000 Units), 90-Count


Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme isolated from the nonpathogenic bacteria serratia species found in the digestive tract of the japanese silkworm. serrapeptase has been used as a nutritional supplement in europe and asia for nearly three decades. each enteric-coated vegetarian capsule of best serrapeptase contains pure serrapeptase designed for optimal absorption in the intestinal tract.note: doctor’s best serrapeptase contains 40,000 serratiopeptidase units, which refers to the enzyme activity level. enzymes, like serrapeptase, are not measured in mg, but in an unassociated measure of units.doctor’s best serrapeptase has 40,000 serratiopeptidase (units) of activity per capsule. this is a very high amount of activity.

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  1. BlueMoonGirl says
    64 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Natural Anti-Inflammatory, April 4, 2010
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    BlueMoonGirl (Seattle, WA) –

    I’ve been using Serrapeptase for 4yrs now and couldn’t live without it. I’ve done a little research on it and found its used as an anti-inflammory (for 30+ yrs)in Europe and Asia and doesn’t appear to have any negatives drawbacks.
    I tried glucosamine chondrotin for my arthritic knees with absolutely no change in my pain level, plus that stuff is expensive. Well, that’s when I tried Serrapeptase (recommended by a family friend). Imagine my surprise when I started noticing within 3 days of starting, that my knees didn’t hurt. Since I’m a sceptic, I even discontinued the Serrapeptase, to test whether it actually worked, and the pain immediately returned. I’m sold on the stuff and think of it as a miracle worker. I take one capsule twice a day, as that seems to be the level that works for me.

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  2. Mr Test Taker says
    48 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Serrapeptase did miracle for myself and my sons, November 8, 2009
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    Mr Test Taker (USA) –

    I initially got my bottle of serrapeptase for treating my own high colesterol level, and it worked great! It has been suggested by many that serrapeptase and nattokinase work synergistically, and I am inclined to say that this is the case for me. My nattokinase supplements were also from Doctor’s Best. I highly recommend both. One side effect that I found is that my sexual experience improved dramatically, most likely due to improved blood circulation.

    I also have experienced even more pleasant surprise when giving serrapeptase to my two autistic boys. Though it doesn’t seem like serrapeptase is widely recognized by the autism community yet, I strongly believe that serrapeptase works perfectly to remove gluten and casein that are already in the bloodstream of an autistic child. I was very surprised when my sons’ hyperactive behavior quickly diminished in a day or two when I started giving them serrapeptase. My sons have been on GFCF diet plus chelation therapy for a year. They still get hyperactive upon taking chelating agents, and serrapeptase is now changing the scene.

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    IMPORTANT: Take serrapaptase *absolutely* away from food! It would be wasted for digestion if taken with food!

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  3. Laura B "LB" says
    47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
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    Great for bruises and inflamation, October 2, 2009
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    Laura B “LB” (Texas) –

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    This review is from: Doctor’s Best Best Serrapeptase (40, 000 Units), 90-Count (Health and Beauty)

    Good for cutting bruise duration in about half. Helps a lot to resolve inflammation much faster. It is very useful after surgery, laser treatments, injuries of any type. It can be taken a few days for minor bruise resolution (from laser or a bump) or longer periods (6 weeks, 3 months, 6 months) for surgery, surgical wounds, and major trauma. My plastic surgeon prescribed it for my surgical wounds and trauma, and instructed me to take one pill (40,000 units) every six hours away from food (1 hour before or 2 after). My Dr. said I could cut the dose in half after 6 weeks if I wanted, or could continue with the initial dose for six months or even longer. My Dr. advised me to rest for a week or two at 3 months and continue until I finished treatment. It speeds up healing. It reduces scar tissue.

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