What Exactly Is Serrapeptase?!

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018 1 Comment

World Renowned Serrapeptase Expert, Robert Redfern says, “Serrapeptase may become the most widely used nutritional supplement of all time because of its effectiveness with such a wide range of conditions.”

What Is Serrapeptase?

It has been coined the miracle enzyme, and for good reason. Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring anti-inflammatory protease enzyme originating from the Silkworm. The Silkworm produces these amazing enzymes naturally in its saliva that it uses to help digest the tough Mulberry leaves it eats while still in the lava (or worm) stage for 2033 days. Then the Silkworm spins a cocoon around itself, to prepare to become a moth. After 10-14 days of development in its cocoon, something spectacular happens! The Silkworm (now a moth) uses the enzymes in its saliva to instantly dissolve a large hole in its cocoon, and it emerges! How amazing is that!?

In about 1970, scientists began to culture this enzyme in the laboratory, feeding it a protein. The results were a white, dry, tasteless powder that contained the Serrapeptase enzymes. And today it is commercially produced through fermentation by growing the microorganism Serriata E15 on plant material. While fairly new to the U.S., Serrapeptase has been used for over forty years throughout Europe and Asia, having extensive clinical use as a great alternative to aspirin, Ibuprofen, and other more potent NSAIDs. And since then, it has successfully been used to treat hundreds of ailments! So

What Does It Do Exactly?

Incredibly, Serrapeptase actually searches for and dissolves non-living tissue, cysts, fibrin (a component of scar tissue), blood clots, arterial plaque, and inflammation. Serrapeptase will digest only non-living, non-beneficial tissue, allowing the old toxic layers that clog up the systems and the lining of the arteries to dissolve, leaving behind healthy tissue. So yes, plaque in the arteries can be resolved with Serrapeptase. It also helps to resolve so many other health issues, such as:
  • Traumatic injury
  • Pain
  • Edema
  • Swelling
  • Cystic breast disease
  • Sinus issues
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Nerve damage
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chronic ear infections
  • Lung congestion
  • Swollen glands
  • Laryngitis
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Prostate problems
  • Post-operative scars
  • Varicose veins
  • Angina
  • Blood clots
  • Rhinitis
  • Anti-aging
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids
  • And of course blocked fallopian tubes.


Since most diseases and ailments are initially caused by inflammation, the uses are extremely wide-ranging. So much so,I dare to say, you name it, Serrapeptase can likely handle it, or at the very least be a valuable adjunct to another therapy.

How Will This Help Heal My Fallopian Tubes?

In the past five to ten years or so, there have been many accounts of women who have restored their Fallopian tubes with Serrapeptase! It's truly an astonishing discovery and something in which science and medical doctors have not even caught on with yet! It takes just a quick Google search to see the hundreds of women who have healed themselves using Serrapeptase and the other healing modalities I discuss in the book, "No! IVF Is NOT Your Only Option!"

We are making medical history here ladies!! How exciting is that? We are trailblazers! Surgery and IVF for blocked fallopian tubes will soon be a distant memory of medical history. Yes, IVF is a tremendous tool to have, when it's necessary. But IVF is no longer a necessity for blocked fallopian tubes, in my opinion. And we've already discussed the potential problems with surgery on the delicate fallopian tubes. These are no longer your only options. If you give the body the tools it needs, it will heal itself.

Using a quality Serrapeptase along with the rest of the treatment plan in the book, "No! IVF Is NOT Your Only Option!", you CAN in fact heal your fallopian tubes and conceive naturally!

Robert Redfern says, "...Serrapeptase provides a safe, fast and effective solution. As a naturally occurring enzyme, Serrapeptase works to dissolve inflammation within the fallopian tubes for example. The inflammatory (dead, or non-living) tissue is then safely and naturally eliminated by the body, leaving the living tissue safely intact. By effectively clearing the blocked scar tissue and inflammation, the body is then naturally capable of healing and repairing itself.

Once the fallopian tubes or ovaries are clear, many women find their chances of pregnancy increase greatly. In fact, many women go on to conceive their babies naturally..."





Jodi Shabazz
Jodi Shabazz

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Shontavia Porchè
Shontavia Porchè

August 14, 2018

How long does it take to start working and rid of scarred tissue

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