Serrapeptase Helps Joint Inflammation

Serrapeptase is an enzyme produced by the silkworm to digest the tough Mulberry leaves that it lives on. Also, this enzyme bores through the silkworm’s tough cocoon so that the moth can fly away at this stage of its life cycle. Scientists realizing the benefits of this enzyme conducted many clinical experiments and trials.  After much success, it became the standard medicine in Germany.

Osteoarthritis occurs in individuals due to wear and tear on joints. As the cartilage is damaged, the joint function decreases resulting in inflammation and pain because the body’s healing function is no longer able to do the job. Many patients report that osteoarthritis responds quickly to the administration of Serrapeptase with diet control. Serrapeptase is beneficial because it digests dead and scar tissue to destroy the inflammation. By eradicating the bad tissue, the body can replace the area with healthy tissue.

Clinical studies have confirmed that Serrapeptase is an anti-inflammatory agent as well as preventing swelling and fluid retention. These anti-inflammatory effects have proven superior to other proteolytic enzymes. The most profound benefit of this enzyme is a reduction of pain. Because of its unique ability to block the release of pain-inducing amines from inflamed tissues, definite improvement is seen.  European and Asian physicians understand the anti-inflammatory and pain-blocking benefits of this naturally occurring enzyme and prescribe Serrapeptase as an alternative to NSAIDs which has serious side effects. 

It is always smart to talk to your doctor before adding a supplement to your health protocol. For more information, visit  http://www.Serrapeptase.org.