Serrapeptase is nothing but a proteolytic-type enzyme which means it simply breaks down specific proteins, but the body produces its own protein-breakdown enzymes.
There have been non-biased trails performed with serrapeptase and the report reads, “No sufficient evidence has been produced to prove the claims and performance was declared as generally poor in these trials.”
What makes you think it would work as a pain supplement?
Several people I know swear by it, and I bought it 3 months ago and only used a couple of doses. I was taking a bunch of other anti inflammatories ginger cur cumin bromelain cod liver oil and willow bark, but I am out of cur cumin and will bark waiting for my order to come in and am taking serrapeptase in the mean time, and I just wanted to check if it would be doing any damage to my protocol.
I have noticed the last couple of days my sinuses have been very clear
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