Serretia Pure Serrapeptase

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$61.99

Manufacturer Arthur Andrew
Supply 30-60 Days
Form Capsules
Potency 500 mg
Size 60

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Serretia Pure Serrapeptase

Serrapeptase is a protein digesting enzyme, originally discovered in silkworms. This enzyme has powerful mucolytis (mucus dissolving) properties capable of promoting healthy sinus activity. It also has an inherent ability to digest dead tissue enabling the enzyme to successfully aid in supporting normal scar tissue, normal blood clotting, joint mobility and allows for more fluid and natural blood flow throughout the body. Serrapeptase is clinically shown to promote a normal inflammatory response. Serretia is a vegan-friendly pure serrapeptase harvested from a microbial fermentation process. To date, Serretia is the strongest serrapeptase product commercially available.

Directions:

Suggested Use: Take Serretia with 8oz of water on an empty stomach, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Larger amounts may be divided into 2 or 3 servings per day.

Maintenance: 1-2 Capsules per day.

Increased support: 3-4 Capsules per day.

Therapeutic: 4-6 Capsules per day.

Warning: Serrapeptase may thin the blood; consult your physician if you are currently taking anticoagulants.

Ingredients:

Serrepeptase (250,000 SPU) Other ingredients: Cellulose (Acid Armor capsules) Serretia is free of dairy, gluten, and soy allergens. Contains no artificial colors or preservatives.

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Serrapeptase for Inflammation

Study after study, show the long list of benefits Serrepeptase provides. One main manufacturer of Serrepeptase, Arthur Andrew, the brand we carry at Hanna’s Herb Shop, has conducted a number of different German studies researching the benefits of Serrepeptase in injury and surgery recovery time. They concluded that the study participants, who had recently undergone surgery to repair their knee ligament rupture, who were administered Serrepeptase had a 50% reduction of inflammation within three days and experienced less discomfort when compared to the placebo group.

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Serrepeptase, a natural anti-inflammatory, protein-digesting enzyme, has been used throughout Europe and Asia for over 40 years and is widely prescribed in clinical practices in Japan. First discovered in silkworms, Serrepeptase is the enzyme isolated from the mircoorganisim Serratia, which silkworms use to break down their hard cocoons and the tough mulberry leaves their diet mainly consists of. The uses for Serrepeptase range widely and cover almost every condition affected by inflammation or non-living tissue.

Serrepeptase is most popular for its anti-inflammatory properties. It works by digesting dead tissue that can accumulates after an injury, thereby reducing swelling and pain while enhancing one’s ability to heal. Low level inflammation allows injuries and infections to heal. However, chronic inflammation causes irritation and pain and can slow the recovery process. Serrepeptase is often recommended when someone is icing their injury, because the icing alone restricts blood flow and nutrients, while Serrepeptase improves overall circulation and accelerates the healing process.

Serrepeptase is also gaining popularity due to its fibrinolytic activity, which is the process that prevents blood clots from growing and becoming problematic. This is the same reason people take aspirin or ibuprofen, to prevent pain, heart attack and stroke. Unlike aspirin though, Serrepeptase is naturally occurring and does not cause ulcers and stomach bleedings. Research has shown that Serrepeptase can help remove fibrin, which is the principal component of blood clots and eventually scar tissue. This also suggests that serrepeptase supports cardiovascular health, reduces scarring and lessens instances of spontaneous blood clots.

Used for chronic back pain, Fibromyalgia, fibrocystic breasts, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Rheumatoid Arthritis, migraines, asthma (breaks down mucus) and many other inflammatory conditions, Serrapeptase can also improve sinus activity, varicose veins, normal fluid retention (swelling), free joint mobility and post-surgical recovery as well as accelerate healing.

Serretia Serrapeptase

Study after study, show the long list of benefits Serrepeptase provides. One main manufacturer of Serrepeptase, Arthur Andrew, the brand we carry at Hanna’s Herb Shop, has conducted a number of different German studies researching the benefits of Serrepeptase in injury and surgery recovery time. They concluded that the study participants, who had recently undergone surgery to repair their knee ligament rupture, who were administered Serrepeptase had a 50% reduction of inflammation within three days and experienced less discomfort when compared to the placebo group.

Studies also show that Serrepeptase digests dead tissue that forms after an injury, thus allowing normal fluid retention.  This normal fluid retention assists the body’s healing process and creates a normal inflammatory response.

Serrepeptase is measured in SPUs (Serratio Peptidase Units), an activity rating of the enzyme’s potency. On average, most Serrapeptase products contribute anywhere from 20,000 to 60,000 SPU’s. Arthur Andrew Medical’s Serrétia Pure Serrapeptase is by far the strongest Serrapeptase product on the market at 250,000 SPU’s per dose.  It is also cultured and derived from fermented plants so no silkworms are harmed in manufacturing.

From inflammation, to cardiovascular health, to recovery from an injury, Serrepeptase enzyme is worth a place in our supplement routine

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Fight Inflammation with Natural Foods

Think about the last time you bumped your knee or sprained your ankle; there was a change in color and a puffiness associated with that minor injury. This puffiness is inflammation, a natural healing process of our bodies signaling to us that our immune system, is addressing the issue but what about chronic inflammation when no injury is present?

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Think about the last time you bumped your knee or sprained your ankle; there was a change in color and a puffiness associated with that minor injury. This puffiness is inflammation, a natural healing process of our bodies signaling to us that our immune system, is addressing the issue but what about chronic inflammation when no injury is present?

Recent studies on chronic inflammation have shown that people with diabetes, Alzheimer’s, autoimmune disorders such as lupus, or arthritis have higher levels of inflammation in their bodies as well as less severe conditions like asthma, allergies, acne, or hay fever. There are foods you can eat to help tame inflammation in your body as well as foods to avoid that fuel the fire. Hippocrates said we should use food as our medicine and medicine as our food-sound advice.

Fight the Inflammation!

Natural Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Kale and other dark, leafy greens are natural anti-inflammatory foods.

Kale is high in protein and like other dark, leafy greens, is a natural anti-inflammatory food.

Kale and Leafy Greens: Kale, Swiss chard, and collards are powerful providers of antioxidants to the body and are high in vitamin K, both of which play a role in fighting inflammation naturally.

Turmeric: The yellow hue of this powerful and antioxidant rich spice is from curcumin, a potent anti-inflammatory.

Hemp Seeds: With the omega-3 fats in these seeds, the production of anti-inflammatory compounds is increased. While flax seed is also a rich source of omega-3s, they need to be ground or consumed as an oil in order to gain the benefits while hemp seeds do not.

Celery: The stalks of this crisp veggie are loaded with luteolin, a flavonoid that appears to work well at taming inflammation of the brain.

Grapefruit: This breakfast favorite has shown significant promise in lowering the levels of proinflammatory compunds in the body.

Pistachios: Aside from being a heart healthy snack, pistachios provide high levels of vitamin B6 and monounsatured fatty acids that can fight inflammation. Choose unsalted versions and go easy on the servings since nuts are high in calories.

Ginger: Consuming about 2 grams of ginger root supplement per day, such as Kroeger’s Ginger Root Tincture good for circulation and aids in digestion and congestion, can reduce colon inflammation which may protect against colon cancer.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil: The anti-inflammatory compound oleocanthal is found in high amounts in olive oil. This staple of Mediterranean diets is also brimming with heart-healthy monounsatured fat which appears to help counter inflammation.

Whole Grains: Swapping refined grains for whole grains can help lessen inflammation that affects the heart.

Lentils: Because they are rich in folate, a B vitamin that can help reduce levels of inflammation in the heart, lentils make a great substitution for beans.

Avoid these Foods!

Sugary drinks and the other foods listed here should be avoided to fight inflammation.

Sugary drinks and the other foods listed here should be avoided to fight inflammation

The Dirty Dozen: Fruits and vegetables are an important part of naturally addressing inflammation but conventionally grown choices are likely to contain a heavy dose of pesticides. Our immune systems sometimes see pesticides as invaders and increase your body’s inflammation response. Try choosing organic or pesticide-free produce whenever you can, especially the dirty dozen in this list.

Sugary Drinks: Soda, energy drinks, and some bottled teas can send your blood sugar through the roof while widening your waistline and increasing levels of inflammation.

Refined Grains: White bread, baked goods, and boxed cereal contain refined grains that lead to a spike in blood sugar levels and increase inflammation responses.

Potato Chips: Acrylamide is a carcinogen found in potato chips and french fries and, when eaten frequently can increase inflammation in the body.

High-Fat Animal Products: Meat and dairy can be high in certain acids of omega-6 fats that promotes the production of inflammatory chemicals in the body. A recent study showed that adults who ate the most red meat in a group had the highest levels of inflammation.

While inflammation is a natural and healthy response of our body when we are injured, the overproduction of inflammatory compounds in the systems of some means a more difficult time with infections, diseases, and everyday aches and pains. By eating the right foods to fight inflammation you can help your body function properly. Ingesting the foods on the “avoid list” mentioned above in moderation is acceptable but if you’re struggling with inflammation levels or are experiencing a flare up of an autoimmune disease, it’s best to give your body the assistance it needs without hampering its function. Natural anti-inflammatory foods are good for the heart, waistline, and general function of the body so eat up!

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Reduce Inflammation & Improve Whole Body Health with Resveratrol

By now you may have heard about Resveratrol and its benefits to the body in combating free radicals or its ability to promote anti-aging and youthful skin. Something you may not be aware of are recent studies in Spain revealing the amazing anti-inflammatory affect Resveratrol can have on your system. Chronic inflammation underlies many chronic conditions including heart disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, arthritis, cancer, and even weight gain so the results of these studies are encouraging to so many. Curious how Resveratrol can help you live a healthier life with less inflammation? Take a look.

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By now you may have heard about Resveratrol and its benefits to the body in combating free radicals or its ability to promote anti-aging and youthful skin. Something you may not be aware of are recent studies in Spain revealing the amazing anti-inflammatory affect Resveratrol can have on your system. Chronic inflammation underlies many chronic conditions including heart disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, arthritis, cancer, and even weight gain so the results of these studies are encouraging to so many. Curious how Resveratrol can help you live a healthier life with less inflammation? Take a look.

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Japanese knotweed

Resveratrol supplements come from grapes and Japanese knotweed, a plant with high concentrations of the nutrient. While there are food sources of Resveratrol (grape skins, wine, grape juice, peanuts, blueberries, bilberries, and cranberries) the therapeutic benefits of the nutrient can only be attained through supplementation.  A study at the University of Buffalo looked at the anti-inflammatory abilities of Resveratrol by giving participants a supplement containing 40 mg, once a day. After six weeks, blood samples showed notably fewer free radicals and less evidence of inflammation. A Spanish study published in The American Journal of Cardiologyfocused on the benefits of Resveratrol for 75 participants at high risk for heart disease. When the study was complete they found that inflammation had been reduced by 26 percent using a high-sensitivity C-reactive protein test, a standard medical tool to gauge chronic inflammation. Aside from the decreased chance of heart disease for the participants, researchers also noted that Resveratrol could benefit the heart by reducing the stickiness or viscosity of blood, which can lead to dangerous clots. A final benefit of Resveratrol to the heart comes from a study at Marywood University where 51 sedentary people were offered a Resveratrol supplement and after 3 months their hearts were working more efficiently during exercise.

Aside from addressing inflammatory issues in the heart, Resveratrol shows some promise for inflammation throughout the body as well. As a powerful activator of our genes, Resveratrol helps to stir them (genes in our body are not constantly active, they sit in our cells until signaled to perform).  As an activator, Resveratrol triggers a mechanism that tells your genes to produce anti-inflammatory substances. Consider this: if you sit down to a dinner of a burger and fries, you are activating your genes and telling them to produce inflammatory agents throughout the body. You might feel sluggish, you may potentially see swelling on your body, and your system slows as a result of the inflammatory response. On the contrary, if you sat down to a meal similar to a Mediterranean diet (fresh vegetables and healthy fats) your body signals for anti-inflammatory agents to be activated. Just like a healthy diet, Resveratrol activates genes in a positive way.

There’s more good news for your system where Resveratrol is concerned. Type 2 diabetics and people with abnormal blood sugar or insulin have found that Resveratrol helps to restore normal function, a key in preventing and treating diabetes. One study published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that insulin sensitivity was improved with its use and blood sugar was utilized for energy rather than accumulating in the blood and damaging arteries. Want more? Animal studies have found that Resveratrol protects against growths that may develop into cancer, especially in the skin, liver, pancreas, and colon while stopping the growth of cancer cells.

While the buzz surrounding Resveratrol began when studies revealed it could extend the lifespan of fish, mice, worms, and fruit flies, this research can’t be applied to humans just yet. Because our life expectancy is much longer than any of the animals involved in the study, scientists believe it could be decades before we reach a definitive conclusion. No matter the outcome of human studies on life expectancy, Resveratrol supplements have proven to be safe and beneficial to the entire system.

Ready to give Resveratrol a try? Our favorite is Resveratrol Six from Kroeger Herb Products which combines Japanese knotweed (the most concentrated source of Resveratrol on the planet) along with Grape seed, Hawthorn berry, Ginkgo leaf, Pomegranate fruit, and Rosemary leaf. This special blend of herbs acts as an anti-oxidant combination to sweep free radicals from the system, support brain function, and improve the look and feel of skin all while providing the benefits of Resveratrol mentioned above!

Want to address inflammation with your diet? Check out our list of natural anti-inflammatory foods.

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