Neprinol contains key enzymes to help your body deal with some common problems. These enzymes probably aren't in your vocabulary so I will explain. We will be discussing Serratiopeptidase (AKA Serrapeptase) and nattokinase. Neprinol also contains protease, papain, bromelain, amla rutin, coQ10 and magnesium but these ingredients are more common so don't require as much explanation.
Anyone dealing with chronic health issues is also dealing with inflammation. Inflammation is your body's attempt to heal and works great for acute injuries. Chronic inflammation associated with chronic health problems indicates a failure to heal the acute inflammation, an autoimmune response or a reaction to a chronic irritant such as some dietary factor, environmental airborne toxin etc. Examples would be asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, periodontiis, ulcerative colitis, chronic rhinitis or sinusitis and on and on.
Healthcare professionals have been using proteolytic enzymes for decades but mostly for use in the digestive tract. Enzymes like serratiopeptidase is unique in that it is most effective in the blood stream helping to breakdown cysts, blood clots, plaques and scar tissue. This activity can have an excellent inflammation reducing effect and help your body heal.
For about a decade it has been known from clinical experience and formal studies that serratiopeptidase can be helpful in helping the body heal from chronic airway disease. It works by helping to normalize the white cell ratios and improves the viscoelasticity of the sputum.
A 2003 study found that 30mg of serratiopeptidase was effective at loosening and reducing mucous build-up in respiratory pathways. This was credited to its ability to reduce the neutrophil white blood cell numbers and to improve the viscoelasticity of the sputum in patients with chronic airway disease.
Aspirin, ibuprofen and acetaminophen are common anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). These drugs are effective but tend to cause kidney and liver damage partly because they reduce the glutathione protection for those tissues as well as depleting the body of protective B vitamins and trace minerals that can lead to stomach and heart problems as well.
Fortunately for us, serratiopeptidase has been shown to beat least as effective as the common NSAID's for its anti-inflammatory and pain relieving activity for problems like carpel tunnel syndrome, sprained ankles and post oral surgery recovery.
If that isn't good enough, serratiopeptidase has been shown to be effective in breaking down biofilms that are common in MERSA type infections. Some researchers and clinicians say that the antibiotic resistance of some of these bacteria is their ability to make a biofilm that doesn't allow the antibiotic to reach the actual bacteria. Serratiopeptidase demonstrates anti-biofilm properties that helps it eliminate these infections sometimes by itself and sometimes in concert with antibiotics.
One last note, serratiopeptidase has been used in Europe for over 30 years but is relatively new in the U.S. More research is in the works but what we have seen so far is incredibly promising and worth a try.
Nattokinase is an enzyme that has been used in folk remedies for hundreds of years. It is derived from boiled and fermented soy beans with a bacteria called Bacillus natto. Nattokinase was isolated in 1980 by Dr. Sumi in Chicago.
People use nattokinase to help with circulation. People often report and studies support lower blood pressure, improved circulation in general. It supports normal synthesis of plasmin that helps decrease clotting. It is common for plasmin to decrease with age.
People on blood thinning drugs are having any other type of clotting issue should avoid nattokinase unless monitored by your physician.
So for improved circulation and lower inflammation, give Neprinol a go. To get a bigger boost from serratiapeptidase, you can also combine Neprinol with Serretia, also by Arthur Andrew. Some people need a little extra nattokinase for their vascular or heart support. People add some Nattovena with their Neprinol. You should notice good changes within a few weeks.
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Arthur Andrew Neprinol is an enzyme blend that can reduce scar tissue buildup, fibrosis, arthritic conditions, pain, swelling, inflammation and hundreds of other ailments. Neprinol contains several highly concentrated digestive enzymes that digest unusable fats, proteins, sugars, and carbohydrates into nutrients. Not only is Neprinol more complete and essential than a daily vitamin but it also contains several sources of anti-oxidant rich ingredients as well as a full spectrum of proteolytic (protein digesting) enzymes. Neprinol is the world's first oral systemic enzyme blend and rates as the highest potency systemic enzyme blend available. If you are suffering from a condition that is associated with inflammation or circulatory health, then we highly recommend Neprinol. Suggested Use: Take 1 to 4 capsules with 8 oz of water between meals or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. For therapeutic applications, take 3 or 4 capsules three times daily.