Thirty years ago, a German physician, Dr. Hans Dnieper faced problems still unresolved by mainstream medicine, and had to find a way to deal with all of nature and any kind of inflammation.

Inflammation is something that should not happen in the body. Any “inanimate tissue”. And quite simply, it’s about anything that causes pain. Obstruction from the mucosa to the head or chest, ceterus, sinus or respiratory problems, industrially induced problems including asthma, emphysema or asbestosis.

Blood clots, prostate problems, arthritis, ulcers and other problems that your doctor may not be able to help you are all causes of inflammation.

Seropeptase is an enzyme used by silkworms to dissolve their cocoons. When the silkworm turned into a worm and did so in a very short period of time, Dr. Dnieper felt that he wanted something that would dissolve the “non-living tissue” because the cocaine was dead. Difficult structure. Tissue.

Dr. Dnieper isolated the enzyme and gave it to his patients and got amazing results very quickly.

He gave it to the patient due to amputation of the arm as the artery was blocked. It cleared the obstacle and the man put his hand up. They reported that serapeptase dissolved blood clots and caused the varicose veins to narrow or narrow.

To achieve the large quantities required in the world today, serapeptase is now naturally processed commercially by fermentation. Histological studies have revealed potent anti-inflammatory effects of naturally occurring enzymes.

The known potential benefits may be pain resolution; Dealing with Lung Lung Problems; Eye problem; ENT problems (ear-nose-throat); Strokes; What kind of inflammation; Cardiovascular problems and most importantly, arthritis.

In the 25 years prescribed by German doctors, no harmful side effects have been reported.

Seropeptase can and does solve many of the problems that doctors tell us is insoluble.

However, it is important to remember that many of the problems we experience with our health are often linked to our diet.

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