Serrapeptase was recommended to
me by a friend for my arthritis. I have a lot of obscure drug
reactions. Darvon didn't work and codeine stopped the peristalsis in
my bowels. I was taking morphine sulfate for pain because I can't
take NSAIDS. After taking two and a half bottles of serrapeptase I
didn't need to take morphine any longer. I take serrapeptase every 8
hours. I found out for me that it wears off after about 8 hours. I
don't think that medicine has done enough for people with arthritis.
Serrapeptase worked better than I ever expected so I'm willing to
try some of your other products.
Serrapeptase is also amazing for sinus. I had a sinus blockage above
my right eye for one and a half years that nothing helped. I took
serrapeptase for about a week and it was gone. I gave
serrapeptase to my daughter and she began feeling dizzy. We realized
later that serrapeptase had cleaned out her inner ears which was the
source of her vertigo.
My other daughter has a back injury that has troubled her for some
time. After seeing my results she tried serrapeptase. When she
didn't notice any difference after taking it for only one day she
complained that it didn't work. However 4 days later she called and
said, "Mother, it's a miracle. My back doesn't hurt." Her back
hasn't bothered her since.
I think serrapeptase is wonderful. I can't thank you enough.
I fell about a year ago and I had pain in my hip and knee from the
After taking serrapeptase for only 3 days the pain went away and now
I don't need to take it any more.
I have been using serrapeptase for about 3 weeks because of a
partially degenerated disc in my lower back. I have been in
law enforecement for 35 years and I am pretty skeptical of products
in general. Just two days ago my pain has subsided, and I find
it unbelievable. The pain that I was experiencing was just
almost unbearable! I was living on ibuprofein but now, I
really do not need it.
Just thought I would let you know how impressed I am with your Serrapeptase supplement.
Having a hip defect, I suffer from arthritis and have been in a great deal of pain for the past few years. I tried Serrapeptase after reading a newspaper article, and was amazed at the results. After just a couple of days, the inflammation in my joints had reduced, and I am now pain-free. I have been able to reduce my prescription drugs from 18 a day to 2, and I can walk normally for the first time in years, which I am really grateful for as I'm still only 34!
My friends cannot believe the difference, and some have been trying Serrapeptase for themselves-all with successful
I will definitely be placing another order.
You can reprint my letter.
I hope that other people find Serrapeptase as beneficial as I have.
I finally have my life back after years of suffering with pain.
I am 65 years old and I have had HORRIBLE pain on the outer side of
my left leg for 3 months. It got progressively worse, and as the
days progressed, I got where I could no longer walk after 3-4pm, the
pain was so bad. The symptoms were that of DVT - and BOTH of my
older sisters died of DVT, so of course I panicked!
I had gone to the emergency room and they found nothing - but handed
me a prescription for a NARCOTIC and told me to take it. I tore it
up and dropped in the wastebasket as I left the emergency room.
Still hurting even worse, 4-5 days later I went to another emergency
room in another town, wanting a second opinion. They ran a bunch of
expensive tests again, and still found nothing, and again they
handed me a prescription for a NARCOTIC! AGAIN I threw it
away. I refused to cover up the problem by taking narcotics
I had heard of Serrapeptase from a friend - her mom (in her 70's)
had been barely creeping along for years with a walker, and suddenly
she was using NO walker, No cane, nothing to help her and she was
walking just like anyone else! Well, when I inquired, I
learned she was taking Serrapeptase! She went from walker to
nothing in 6 days! Now, I saw her a week before and she barely
was able to get from the curb into the church, a distance of maybe
20 feet and had to stop and rest. Next week you would never have
know there was anything wrong!
I am the world's worst skeptic on "Miracle" anything! But, I
witnessed it myself. So, I figured I had nothing to lose!
I ordered it on a Friday and received it the following MONDAY. I
took 2 tablets of the Serrapeptase as soon as I could rip the
package open and get the lid off the bottle! I took them again
at 4am, and within 24 hours - 80% of my pain was gone, and within 48
hours - YES, just 2 days - ALL my pain was gone! I was
overjoyed and yet I could not believe it! This was too quick
and too easy! Yet, I witnessed it!
It was July 21, 2006 when I took the first 2 tablets, and today is
Aug. 11th, and I am still PAIN-FREE!
I am going to leave copies of this testimonial everywhere I can, in
the hope that maybe just a few non-skeptics might learn about
I hope that GOD will bless you with a wonderful life, and I can
never thank you enough for giving MINE back to me!
Susan in China Spring, Texas
With regard to the effects of Serrapeptase: I initially decided to try it because
of an article in the UK national press reporting on its benefits as an
anti-inflammatory agent. It is available in the UK, but at twice the cost
advertised in America.
I have suffered from inflammation due to wear and tear and compressed disc in the
lower back for six years now, and have had to rely on NSAIDS for relief. I don't
like taking them because of possible long term side-effects.
I find that serrapeptase is more effective than NSAID in this respect.
However, it so happens that there is a history of heart disease in my family (from
both parents), and whilst I have no symptoms, it is comforting to know that
serrapeptase may well be removing any build-up of arterial plaque. I can only
assume that it is not prescribed by doctors here in Britain because of the lack of
wholescale testing results.
It also happens that I am mildly asthmatic (I sound like a walking, talking
hospital case), and for as long as I can remember, I have suffered from nasal
blockage on one side or the other. This has dramatically reduced and more often
than not, vanished, since I started to use serrapeptase.
I have noticed no side effects.
I have no objection to you showing this to your customers.
I am 72 and my blood pressure was 195/115. After 3 weeks
of using serrapeptase and no other changes, my blood pressure
dropped to 145/85.
I used to wrap my hands because I had jabbing pains at the base of
the thumb and my wrists were aching bad. I started taking
serrapeptase 3 tablets twice per day and I haven't had to wrap my
hands in over a week now. My foot used to hurt so bad that I had to
walk on the ball of my foot but in less than a week of taking
serrapeptase my foot stopped hurting. It's
I have been on incredible amounts of pain medication.
After taking serrapeptase my condition improved a lot. Also,
my friend accidentally hit his wife in the hand with a hammer and
her hand became discolored and a lump developed and she had a
burning sensation in her hand. The injury was 2 weeks old when
I gave her a bottle of serrapeptase. Her hand healed quickly
and she was amazed that the lump and a cyst she had dissolved.
Your comment and observation on
serrapeptase was interesting as in March this year I fell through an
open trap in the floor of my house badly injuring myself.
from shock and had to lie down for an hour but in the absence of any
apparent haemorrhaging I opted not to seek medical attention. It
looks today as if I've mis-shaped a couple of ribs and the blow was
such that I should have had signs of bruising and swelling yet none
appeared! Although I suffered the tenderness for months I was
otherwise not incapacitated, with the exception, however, that I was
unable to continue weight-training for some time.
In early November, on losing my
balance (would those incidents be due to ageing?), I fell headlong
hitting and splitting my forehead on the sharp edge of the sewing
machine box and with my 14.5 stones behind it! I was concussed for a
few seconds and bleeding yet was able to resume my normal daily
activities. The open wound on my forehead healed faster than any
open wound ever healed before; indeed within about 5 days it had
The frontal lobe area of my brain
was obviously injured and I suffered internal aches, occasional
dizziness, and problems with focusing, and those were much in
evidence if and whenever I omitted to take my daily dose of
serrapeptase. I'm fit and well, and indeed, there's seldom a day
when I never have that 'feel good' factor!
I've been taking serrapeptase
regularly for over 4 years and hence the interest in your
observation about serrapeptase..
Regards and best wishes,
I have already sent you one report on the effectiveness of serrapeptase, relating
my own experience. At my recommendation, a neighbour ( a lady of 60+ years) who has
suffered for many years from very heavy catarrh, asked me to order a couple of
bottles from you.
She has been delighted by the results, which have resulted in a dramatic
improvement in her symptoms within two weeks of starting to take 4 pills a day.
At the moment I am dealing with inflammation in shoulder muscle
tears and a herniated disk. The serrapeptase has really been making
a difference. I started with 6 tablets 3X a day. When I backed off
to 3 tablets 3X a day I noticed the difference and so increased it
again these last few days. It has made these days much more
comfortable and more movement possible.
Thank you again,
In late 1996, I had a carotid sonogram as part of a
general health workup. Although I was symptom free, I have a lousy
family history. Three of my grandparents died of vascular disease
(56, 56, and 63) and both of my parents had cardiovascular disease.
My mother died of an MI at 62.
At the time of this exam, I was 51 and had gone
through extensive EDTA chelation therapy for heavy metal toxicity
and life extension. Since there was no baseline before the carotid
scan, we'll never know how much or if any improvement had come from
The result of the '96 test showed 12% occlusion on
the left side, and 14% occlusion on the right with 24% occlusion at
the fork on the right. These atherosclerotic lesions were very
apparent, showing up as long, bumpy, irregular white ridges on the
computer scan of the carotids.
My doctor at the time said that this wasn't enough
occlusion to be clinically important, but that he wanted to keep an
eye on it to make sure that it wasn't progressing.
At that time I was already on an aggressive
life-extension program, including diet, exercise, and megavitamin
intake (well, the conventional docs call it "megavitamin,"
but to me it just seems like reasonable intake). Over the
intervening 18 months, I only changed four things that could
reasonably be expected to have had an effect on atherosclerotic
plaques in place
1. I went on the Sears "zone" diet
(loosely) aiming to take macronutrients in a 30-30-40 ratio
(protein, fat, carbohydrates). This was a fairly relaxed dietary
2. Based on a Linus Pauling recommendation for
atherosclerosis, I added three 500 mg lysine tablets to each meal's
supplements (I was already taking 10 - 13 gm of vitamin C per day,
Pauling's other recommendation).
Why not? Cheap, simple, and almost no chance of
toxicity -- and who wants to bet he's smarter than Linus Pauling?
3. I went on an aggressive anti-homocysteine program
(last 12 months only) adding folic acid, B6, and trimethyl glycine
to each meal's supplements, and a sublingual B12 dot morning and
4. I went on serrapeptase, two 5mg tablets on an
empty stomach upon arising and again upon retiring.
Here are some things I did NOT do
1. I continued to eat red meats more or less as I
wanted to -- maybe two to three times a week.
2. I made no attempt to avoid cholesterol (high
cholesterol is, I suspect, a symptom of vascular disease, not a
3. I made no attempt to avoid natural fats in my
diet. Although I prefer olive oil, I eat butter and cooking with
lard or other natural saturated fats. I DO NOT eat synthetically
hydrogenated fats, avoiding all margarines, Crisco and similar
shortenings, and anything with "partially hydrogenated" on
This June (1998) I went for a second carotid scan
after a change of health plans and doctors. The results completely
clear on both sides. No signs of any plaque, not even streaking.
Now I am aware that it's impossible to ascribe cause
and contribution in a single case history. And it's probable that
everything I did, including the years of chelation before the first
test, made a contribution to my remarkable (well, I think complete
regression in 18 months is remarkable) result. But I strongly
suspect that the Big Thing in my program was the serrapeptase.
Certainly the Sears diet, the lysine and the anti-homocysteine
measures could be expected to contribute to halting the progress of
disease. But I cannot imagine how anything but the serrapeptase
could have so quickly and dramatically removed the atherosclerotic
Some disclaimers. I am not a physician. I have
presented a personal case history as honestly and completely as I
can. In no way is this a recommendation of anything for anybody. I
take no responsibility for anything that happens to anybody who
tries all or part of my program with or without advice of a
physician. In other words, this is what I did for me, your mileage
may vary, and your health is your responsibility to screw up or
improve on your own. But if I were giving advice, I'd say to talk to
your physician before launching into any big change. (Of course, if
your doctor becomes horrified at the thought that you might have an
actual idea concerning your own health, maybe you should have a talk
with yourself about the type of physician you've picked.)
Finally, a note for any conventional physician who
might be reading this and tich tiching over my playing doctor on
myself. You have a point. No one should be his own lawyer or
physician, not even someone who's degreed in the subject. And I
confess that (even though I always try to work with a longevity doc)
it can get lonely out here trying to decide what's best for my own
health. But when I consider the alternatives you guys offer me --
neck surgery or expensive cholesterol-lowering drugs with ugly side
effects -- I like my program. I sure got better results.
Daily Mail, Tuesday November 13, 2001
How Silkworms have put an end to my back
Since Amba Carrington came of her
motorbike six years ago, the 28 year old secretary has battled with
severe stabbing pains in her lower back.
Now, thanks to an enzyme that
allows Silkworms to break out of their cocoons and fly away as
butterflies, she is finally pain free.
For years, I took strong
prescription painkillers and had injections to relax by back
muscles, but nothing cut out the pain effectively, says Amba.
I was unable to drive, walk long
distances or exercise. The pain was crippling and wiped me of
energy. It was horrible - I felt like an old woman.
Then, six weeks ago, Amba's
doctor suggested she try a new supplement called Serrapeptase that
contains high levels of an enzyme actually called serrapeptase.
Trials have found it to kill pain
as effectively as anti-inflammatory painkillers, without causing
side-effects such as damage to the gut wall.
For Amba, the enzyme has
triggered an almost complete recovery.
To begin with, I was quite
cynical says Amba. But after a few days, I felt my back pain easing
off, and after ten days, it had gone completely. I can barely
believe it, but today I am free from chronic pain.
Dr Gary Margrove, from Birkdale,
Lancashire, is one of the first doctors in britain to assess the
'In the past few months, it has
helped patients with mucosal conditions, such as asthma and
migraines,' he says. 'Somehow, it helps to clear mucous. It's also
helped three patients with arthritis, who now report that they are
For Amber Carrington, the enzyme
has been a godsend.
'The motorbike accident left me
in agony', she says, 'It felt as though I was constantly being
stabbed. I couldn't lift anything, sit for too long, or move too
fast. I had to give up exercise and martial arts, which I used to
Aside from pain, Amba also had to
struggle with the damaging effect of anti-inflammatory painkillers
on her gut. I developed ulceration and acid indigestion, which are
common side-effects,' she says.
Amba began a course of
serrapeptase supplements in early October. 'I really didn't think
they'd help much, but they've been incredible,' she says.
'I took three tablets, three
times a day, which, because of my condition, is higher than the
recommended dose. Within a week I'd come off all the prescription
Now I can say for certain that
the pain has virtually gone. My gut has begun to heal, too, and I
can eat spicy foods that would previously irritate my stomach.'
'I feel like a new woman. I've
taken up Tai-Chi and hope to be driving again soon. Best of all, I
have so much more energy.'