Serrapeptase and the other healing components in the Fallopian Tube Formula protocol work together to eliminate inflammation and break down scar tissue and adhesions. And what exactly are scar tissue and adhesions made of? They are made of proteins!
Serrapeptase, in particular, is a proteolytic enzyme, which simply means that it dissolves harmful proteins that form scar tissue, blood clots, cysts, mucus and arterial plaques, among others, while also speeding up tissue repair. Since living tissue is not broken down by Serrapeptase, taking this enzyme poses no threat to healthy tissue or cells.
How Does Serrapeptase Get To The Bloodstream?
Proteolytic enzymes work systemically when they are taken orally away from food. In this case, timing is everything! Enzyme therapy works when the enzymes are taken 30-60 minutes before meals and/or about two hours after a meal. When taken away from food, the enzymes don’t need to digest food so they are absorbed by the small intestine and enter the bloodstream.
Once released into the body via the bloodstream, this enzyme promotes the degradation (breaking down) of cellular debris (scar tissue/adhesions) and causes fluid accumulations to become thinner, thereby facilitating the drainage of harmful substances away from the site of inflammation.
Serrapeptase has broken down these harmful proteins into smaller components (peptides and amino acids) that the body can now use. Any other residue that is not used is excreted in the usual manner, via the excretory system, in this case, the kidneys.
The excretory system is a system of organs that removes waste products from the body. Blood carries these waste products (scar tissue residue) to the kidneys via the renal artery. The cells in the kidneys, called nephrons, take in the liquid portion of the blood and filter out impurities (urea, mineral salts, and other toxins or residues). The urine then carries these products out of the kidneys. Therefore, during the healing process, this can appear in your urine as mucus threads. They may be white or even blood tinged. If you would like to see many examples of what this may look like, you may want to visit our TMI Gallery here. Just scroll down on that page until you see “TMI Gallery.”
Some people worry because they may not see these mucus threads. I have found that it’s actually more common not to see it. A couple theories arise. The reason some people may not see these mucus threads in their urine could be that their body was able to use all of the proteins in the form of amino acids and peptides. Maybe their body is in great need of these amino acids, so the body uses it all and expels none. Or perhaps the person has a more minor case of scar tissue or adhesions. Another possibility is that their dosage or treatment plan is at a more moderate pace than others.
Whatever the case may be, whether you see this in your urine or not, it’s vitally important that you trust in the process. Many women have healed their fallopian tubes and never saw an inkling of this mucus in their urine. So, just continue to remain consistent in your treatment plan and go with the “flow”! Pardon the pun! 🙂