Serrapeptase, the natural antiinflammatory enzyme

Serrapeptase is an enzyme discovered in the silkworms. This enzyme is used to open the bud in which the silkworms are protected until they can go out (when they become moths). This enzyme is used to digest the leaves of mulberries which they feed with. Basically Serrapeptase is used to digest every non-living tissue such as inflammations, scars, blood clots, cysts, and arterial plaque.

The applications of this enzyme are multiple and it works with a wide range of disorders and diseases. It is difficult to focus our attention in only one of its effects, but in this article we will just mention some of them.

Silkworm Serrapeptase

For example the late German physician, Dr. Hans Nieper, used Serrapeptase to treat arterial blockage in his coronary patients. Serrapeptase protects against stroke and is reportedly more effective and quicker than Chelation treatments in removing arterial plaque. He also reports that Serrapeptase dissolves blood clots and causes varicose veins to shrink or diminish.

It is also very effective for emphysema and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). These are considered to be irreversible damage to the linings of the lungs usually caused by smoking or toxic environments. Whereas, asthma may be considered reversible, COPD is an irreversible disease. Normally with this, the only thing we can do is to relieve or help, with an oxygen tank or sprays to open the airways, or steroid sprays that help to stop inflammation.

Serrapeptase helps to maintain the airways of people with breathing problems by helping to break down the damaged tissue that had built up over their lifetime, whether due to smoking or things like working with chemicals.

According to our medical team experience is very advisable too for abdominal pain, colics, and inflammation in joints.

In Biomedic Center we provide to the patients Serrapeptase if required with excellent results. Contact us to learn more about this amazing enzyme.

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By |2018-01-29T11:42:39+02:00February 10th, 2015|Biomedic Center Therapies, Digestive diseases, Healthy diet|6 Comments


  1. amy 09/01/2018 at 18:00 - Reply

    is this the same company that produces the Bio Medic serrapeptease? have these issues been remedied id like to purchase

    • david.biomedic 11/01/2018 at 18:42 - Reply

      Hello Amy,

      We have nothing to do with this company. We are located in Spain. Our name is:

      Centro de Medicina Integrativa Biomedic 2000, S.L. (Clínica Biomedic)

      Kind Regards,
      Maria J.

  2. Katharine Miller 04/12/2018 at 05:30 - Reply

    I no longer have pain in my knees from arthritis and my breathing is fine despite asthma.

    • david.biomedic 14/01/2019 at 17:27 - Reply

      Hello Katharine,

      Yes, this enzyme is amazing, but due to your condition is chronic you need to take serrapeptase on regular basis.

      Kind Regards
      Biomedic Clinic Team

  3. Linda Sturgeon 27/12/2018 at 19:21 - Reply

    Serrapeptase has literally been a life saver for me in slowing down the damage in my lungs being done to them by Psuedomonas Aeruganosa – PA (gram negative bacteria super bug that can’t be erradicated once it’s set in, colonized, by antibiotics because of the biolfilm that protects the bug). The serrapetase breaks down the biofilm (I do not have cystic fibrosis although I would hope that it would help those who have this condition – my lungs are copd damaged from pneumonia and I became PA infected). It also has reduced the inflamation in my body (which was around 7 on a scale of 1-10) to around 3 (I feel it, but, it’s not painful). It has also helped my IBS (and thereby helping my immune system strengthen itself which can now get to the bugs). I am much improved from being crumpled up on the couch barely able to breath, twisted in pain. I had to go off the serrapetase because I am going to do phage treatment (viruses to eat the PA) and was concerned that since serrapetase eats protein it might hurt the phages. The phage therapy has been postponed whlle further tests are being done on me and I have resumed the serrapeptase. The results are sound – without serrapeptase I went back into extreme pain (inflamation all over body as well as intestine – IBS was in remission) and lungs became closed with severe difficulty breathing as well as filled with thick mucous. I take my serrapeptase with some unsweetened applesauce organic to not irritate my stomach – there’s no protein in the applesause, so, the enzyme continues on into the bloodstream to go to my lungs and rest of body, including sinuses which it’s helped as well. Everything I eat is organic and I eat chicken/fish, no meat or dairy except goat yogurt sparingly. I started with 3 pills a day (start slow to see how you react to them) serrapetase Dr’s Best brand (the only brand I’ve tried), each capsule has 40,000 SPU and now am taking about 5 a day, spacing them apart by meals (I take before meal and allow an hour before I eat, otherwise, if I eat first, then I wait two hours before taking the capsule). I tend to get up once durng the night and take one then. I also do probiotics and drink antiinflamatory teas and drinks to build my immune system (I watch my diet very carefully for what can cause inflamation). Serrapeptase is not only helping keep me alive (slowing down the damage to lungs), it has reduced my painful suffering and labored breathing enormously, so well that I’m going skiing next week (LOL, I should say ‘sliding’ as I still have shortness of breath, but, taking it easy I can go enjoy myself and get some exercise and pick up what was my formerly completely dashed hopes of ever feeling better again). I have real reason for hope of a longer life than expected and at least for now, great relief from my suffering of months prior before I found this enzyme. I can be found on facebook and glad to talk to folks who are dealing with inflamation illness (I’m not selling anything, just believe in sharing what experience I’ve had if it can help someone else).

    • david.biomedic 14/01/2019 at 17:29 - Reply

      Dear Linda,

      Thanks a lot for sharing your experience and we are happy to know that it was greatly useful for you. All the best from Biomedic Clinic. Thanks again.

      Kind Regards
      Biomedic Clinic Team

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