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Serrapeptase Questions & Testimonials
By Answered by Dale Maxwell
Jan 13, 2005, 19:57

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 I am 25 years old and have scar tissue build up on one side of my lower back...... Can Serrapeptase get rid of this scar tissue?
Thanks, Kevin

Just wanted you to know that I received my order of serrapeptase on Tuesday March 1st, and wanted you to know what is happening already!  I've taken 2 - 5mg tabs twice a day to help with the acute sinusitis that I have had since I was a child.  Also, earlier this year I was diagnosed with histoplasmosis in my lungs (due to having the chicken pox at age 33 which got inflamed during a recent bout of bronchitis). 
I wanted to let you know that after 2 full days of taking serrapeptase, my breathing is much easier, my lungs already feel clearer.  And I've been coughing up tons of mucus today.  One such ball of yuck was really looked like a small chunk of chicken that hadn't been cooked all the way.  Not to be gross or anything, but what I usually have draining down my throat is definitely from a sinus infection.  Not this, it looked as if it were a living pink tissue sample surrounded by white mucus?  Sorry to be so candid!  But all I could think of was "is this a cyst that broke loose?". Yeehaw!  I've had 2 surgeries to remove cysts from my nasal cavities in the past...and it was not a fun thing to go through at all! 
I had to let you know the results I've been having even after 2 days of use.....I'm very excited and will continue to take the serrapeptase!  Thank you!  I'll keep you posted on my progress!!!

Thanks Dale & Bonnie!  Serrapeptase is an awesome product!  It is working great for me for stiff hands in the morning and sore back from moving heavy boxes.  Its effect is taking a little bit longer for my husband who has had a bad back for many years, tendonitis and arthritis.  He has trouble taking it on a regular basis, between meals, but hes getting better.



 I began taking serrapeptase 3-6 tabs per day and noticed that my upper back became itchy and I had tiny skin erupions in that area?  I got concerned and stopped it.  Could you tell me whether you ever heared of this phenonemom?  Thanks.  Linda C. NYC

 Is serrapeptase safe to use if you have stints from an angioplasty?  If it clears away plaque, I don't know how secure stents are if the plaque they are smashing against the artery wall is dissolved.  I wondered if they may become loose like a blood clot & possibly travel to the heart.

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