The Amazing Systemic Enzymes And The Reproductive System

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

Systemic or proteolytic enzymes are enzymes that are designed to work for the entire body. Enzymes, in general, help the body function better.

Systemic enzymes break down fibrin, reduce inflammation, reduce scar tissue, reduce inflammation response (autoimmune disorders) and reduce viruses in the body. They are designed differently from digestive enzymes as they are meant to break down in the small intestine, instead of the stomach, so they reach your blood stream to reduce inflammation.

Miscarriages
For recurrent pregnancy losses caused from either immunological response or blood clotting, Systemic Enzyme Therapy is an affective option. In a five year study women who had experienced a recurrent miscarriage due to immunological response (more than 30% of miscarriages) were put on a systemic enzyme supplement before and during there pregnancies. 79% of the women carried out their pregnancies to term and gave birth to healthy babies.

Old Scar Tissue and Blocked Fallopian Tubes
Systemic Enzyme Therapy can help to reduce the scar tissues left from surgeries like cesareans, pelvic inflammatory disease, tubal reversal, abdominal surgery, etc. which may be affecting your reproductive system. Specific systemic eat away and reduces the fibrin (the material that makes up scar tissue) over time. This therapy is extremely effective at reducing scar tissues. (Scar tissue and adhesion causing fertility issues can form for a variety of reasons: uterine fibroids, pelvic surgery such as Cesarean Section, PID, damage to fallopian tubes, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, IUD, or abortion.)

Supports Egg Health
One of the major factors for increasing egg health is to increase the circulation to the ovaries. Systemic Enzyme Therapy can help to cleanse the blood, increase circulation and make the blood less “sticky”.


Improves Blood Flow
Systemic enzymes cleanse the blood, promotes circulation and stimulates the formation of new, healthy tissue. Proteolytic enzymes improve blood flow by increasing the flexibility of red blood cells, inhibiting the aggregation of platelets, and helps to prevent abnormal blood clotting. Systemic enzymes also help to support the cleansing of the tissues and promotes better circulation as well as stimulating formation of new, healthy tissue. Simplified they make the blood less “sticky”. This is beneficial for reproductive health in many ways. The blood cleansing actions of systemic enzymes help to bring proper circulation to the reproductive system and get the “stagnant blood” cleared out helping to remove toxins and also bringing fresh oxygenated blood to your uterus, ovaries and eggs. Imbalances which are considered stagnant are endometriosis, PCOS, heavy dark menses, ovarian cysts and uterine cysts. The fresh oxygenated, free flowing blood is also able to transport more nutrients to the eggs, supporting egg health.

 





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