Serrapeptase has an interesting history. In the early 1970’s it was discovered by isolating it from the intestines of Japanese silkworms. Serrapeptase is an amazing enzyme that has the unique ability to break down non living tissue in the human body. In the silkworm, this enzyme is responsible for dissolving the tough cocoon to free the moth. Serrapeptase is so exciting because it has so many clinical applications. It is widely accepted in Europe and Asia as the medicine of choice for a number of conditions.
Dr. Hans Nieper a German physician had tremendous success in treating his patients who had blocked arteries. The atherosclerotic plaque was easily dissolved with no damage to the arterial wall. Serrapeptase has also proven helpful with carpal tunnel syndrome, cystic breast disease, and arthritis just to name a few. Serrapeptase has been used in Asia for a thousand years and popular in Europe for the last forty years. In the United States, Serrapeptase is now becoming more accepted for its phenomenal benefits.