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Serrapeptase Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings - WebMD

6/15/2014
03:47 | Author: Tyler James

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Serrapeptase Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings - WebMD

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SERRAPEPTASE User ratings for effectiveness, side effects, safety

4/14/2014
05:54 | Author: Emily Peterson

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SERRAPEPTASE User ratings for effectiveness, side effects, safety

Read user ratings and reviews for SERRAPEPTASE on WebMD including side effects and interactions, treatment effectiveness, ease of use, safety and.

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Reviewer: Larry J.7, 55-64 Male on Treatment for 6 months to less than 1 year (Caregiver) Effectiveness Current Rating: 5 Ease of Use Current Rating: 3 Satisfaction Current Rating: 5.

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Comment: I have been taking serrapeptase for six weeks for a Morton's Toe condition that I have had for nine months.

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Serrapeptase supplement health benefit, side effect, serratiopeptidase

12/23/2014
03:19 | Author: Tyler James

Serrapeptase side effects
Serrapeptase supplement health benefit, side effect, serratiopeptidase

Serrapeptase supplement benefit and side effects, dosage, safety - Medical benefits, 20,000 units or 40,000 units, what is the right dose? by Ray Sahelian, M.D.

Q. As a few others have noted, I also stopped taking serrapeptase due to joint and muscle pain that made it painful to walk, move my arms....don't know how long it will take to compley eliminate it from my system.

Q. I have had a chat with my doctor. He said the risk with using this enzyme is that when it breaks up arterial plaque into smaller bits, then the loosen plague can make it's way into smaller arteries and cause blockages. He also mentioned that if these smaller pieces end up moving into your brain then it can potentially cause a stroke.

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Customer Reviews Doctor39s Best Best Serrapeptase

10/22/2014
01:28 | Author: Alex Watson

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Customer Reviews Doctor39s Best Best Serrapeptase

I ran across serrapeptase just by accident on Google have been on blood pressure medication that gives me terrible side effects, headaches, legcramps, etc.

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Serrapeptase - Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects

8/21/2014
01:05 | Author: Sarah Gray

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Serrapeptase - Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects

Serrapeptase is an enzyme derived from silkworms. It has anti-inflammatory effects and can help prevent blood clots, but these effects are.

In staphylococci bacteria ( epidermidis and aureus populating human skin and mucus membranes) are bacteria that can produce protein-dependent biofilms and protease enzymes are a class of molecules which are sometimes used to disperase these biofilms. At 50U/mL (2.5mcg/mL), serrapeptase was able to inhibit biofilm production of all tested strains ( aureus strains ATCC 6538P, 25923, 35984, and 12598 as well as epidermis strains XX-17 and O-47). Efficacy has also been noted against 5 strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Listeria monocytogenes.

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A decrease in breast tenderness and soreness has been noted with serrapeptase treatment in one study.

A decrease in symptoms has been noted, but the study was not structurally a good one; requires replication.

In rats, the anti-inflammatory effects of serrapeptase at 10-20mg/kg was compaed against 0.5mg/kg diclofenac (for both an acute inflammation study over 8 hours and a chronic inflammation study over 9 days) noted that all groups were comparable in reducing paw edema acuy (43.18-54.55% suppression of paw edema) but there appeared to be dose-dependence for chronic inflammation where 10mg/kg serrapeptase underperformed diclofenac (40% inhibition of paw edema relative to 72%) while 20mg/kg was comparable (68% relative to 72%).

The biofilm reducing properties of serrapeptase have also been noted to be of use in rats given a surgery with risk for infection afterwards (by biofilm producing bacteria), where the occurrence rates of bacterial growth on the surgical site of 63.2% (control) was reduced with antibiotic treatment (37.5%) and synergistically reduced with the addition of serrapeptase to antibiotics (5.6%).

A meta-analysis of 14 trials noted that the six positive trials included (five can be found online ) were fairly low quality, with three trials not disclosed the given dose and one not compared to any control or placebo group; the final two studies that were positive were in treating jaw swelling after maxillary sinus antrotomy surgery and for reducing breast engorgement ('marked improvement' was 22.9% with serrapeptase, 2.9% with placebo); both studies used 30mg daily in three doses of 10mg for 7-14 days.

Serrapeptase appears to be synergistic with antibiotic drugs and molecules.

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