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Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2018 1:15 pm
by johnyascorbate
Again, thank you for the information, skwoodwiva. Just order the 120K from doctor's best. How do you take it? First thing on an empty stomach?

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 3:22 pm
by johnyascorbate
I've been on 120,000 for 5 days, and the noticeable thing is the breathing. Unreal. Sinus mucus has thinned out, but my breathing is incredible, feeling like I can run a marathon.

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 5:10 pm
by zarfas
johnyascorbate wrote:Again, thank you for the information, skwoodwiva. Just order the 120K from doctor's best. How do you take it? First thing on an empty stomach?

https://www.amazon.com/Doctors-Best-Pot ... W3GCI?th=1

this stuff, right?

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2018 1:45 am
by skwoodwiva
johnyascorbate wrote:I've been on 120,000 for 5 days, and the noticeable thing is the breathing. Unreal. Sinus mucus has thinned out, but my breathing is incredible, feeling like I can run a marathon.

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Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 2:12 am
by skwoodwiva
I am on fire now on this topic!
Get on board people!

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https://jonbarron.org/article/proteolyt ... me-formula

Just google
Serrapeptase "protase am " "protase 6"

Yes effect is eclipsing all supplementation

From
https://jonbarron.org/article/proteolyt ... me-formula

"Why You Need to Supplement?In a perfect world, we would all eat raw (organic) unprocessed foods that are naturally high in active enzymes.But this isn't a perfect world.Most people eat food that is enzyme deficient (cooking and processing destroy enzymes) and fail to chew food adequately (saliva contains amylase) so their bodies must compensate. The body is forced to divert its production of metabolic proteolytic enzymes into the production of large amounts of pancreatic enzymes in order to break down all of the dead food in our diets. Short term, this is not a problem. Your body can easily handle it. But the long-term consequences of this diversion are enormous. It can lead to everything from a weakened immune system to thickened blood, from pain and inflammation to cardiovascular disease, and from reduced athletic performance to difficulty breathing. Supplementing with proteolytic enzymes offsets this devastating diversion and restores balance."

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 2:30 am
by skwoodwiva
Anybody know of the existence of a liposomal form?

https://enzymetherapies.com/213/news/li ... -peptides/

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 7:31 am
by BrightSideOfLife
It sounds like you might have high histamine levels which contribute to sinusitis. This can be caused by Increased Digestive Permeability which provokes an immune reaction and histamine release. It puts the body, Liver & Immune system under considerable stress and can affect the nervous system which tends to affect the circulatory system. A very significant amount of people are affected by this and so far not well recognised by Science and medicine with some research being done but the real connection is not recognised IMO.

Another thing that might be helpful is Vitamin K2. I use a combination of K2-MK4 and MK7 which has helped hardening of my arteries since I got off MSM which is nasty stuff as it affects copper metabolism->collagen production.

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:31 am
by pamojja
BrightSideOfLife wrote:..since I got off MSM which is nasty stuff as it affects copper metabolism->collagen production.


How does MSM negatively affect copper metabolism?

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:15 pm
by BrightSideOfLife
pamojja wrote:
BrightSideOfLife wrote:..since I got off MSM which is nasty stuff as it affects copper metabolism->collagen production.


How does MSM negatively affect copper metabolism?

It eliminates it. I had no problems until I started taking MSM, once I started using it my arteries hardened and my BP rose. Once I stopped it things improved a bit but I have not totally resolved it yet after a few months but things have improved with massive doses of vit K2.

One side effect of MSM is a rise in BP just like I have experienced. It can cause other heart effects too. It can deplete molybdenum and I do supplement with molybdenum. I will never use it again.

Copper is essential for collagen production.

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:18 pm
by skwoodwiva
BrightSideOfLife wrote:It sounds like you might have high histamine levels which contribute to sinusitis. This can be caused by Increased Digestive Permeability which provokes an immune reaction and histamine release. It puts the body, Liver & Immune system under considerable stress and can affect the nervous system which tends to affect the circulatory system. A very significant amount of people are affected by this and so far not well recognised by Science and medicine with some research being done but the real connection is not recognised IMO.

Another thing that might be helpful is Vitamin K2. I use a combination of K2-MK4 and MK7 which has helped hardening of my arteries since I got off MSM which is nasty stuff as it affects copper metabolism->collagen production.

Hmm, great insight as to why I may be so responsive to serrapeptase.
On much K all of them for 3 mo fully & started right after mt CABG late '16 just not as I do now.

Re: serrapeptase has such overwhelming effect, it begs the Q. Can PT be considered auxiliary to it?

Posted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:23 pm
by pamojja
BrightSideOfLife wrote:It eliminates it. I had no problems until I started taking MSM, once I started using it my arteries hardened and my BP rose. Once I stopped it things improved a bit but I have not totally resolved it yet after a few months but things have improved with massive doses of vit K2.

One side effect of MSM is a rise in BP just like I have experienced. It can cause other heart effects too. It can deplete molybdenum and I do supplement with molybdenum. I will never use it again.

Copper is essential for collagen production.


Funny, since 9 years I'm fighting a much too high copper to zinc ratio, copper and zinc sometimes even above and below normal respectively. But 5 gram of MSM didn't helped in any way. Also my BP has been consistently at 110/70.

By the way, I'm highly deficient in sulfur. Just shows again that we all come with different preconditions, and what works for some doesn't for others due to bio-chemical individuality.