Serrapeptase

Serrapeptase is a proteolytic (enzyme-digesting) supplement, first discovered in the digestive tract of silkworms. It has become... Serrapeptase is a proteolytic (enzyme-digesting) supplement, first discovered in the digestive tract of silkworms. It has become widely popular as a recovery aid for athletes and for those suffering from sinus issues.

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Serrapeptase

What is serrapeptase?

Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring enzyme that was originally discovered in the digestive tract of the Silkworm. This enzyme is proteolytic, meaning it breaks down proteins to smaller components known as amino acids. It is only in this form, that amino acids can be absorbed and incorporated into our muscle tissues for recovery.


What is serrapeptase good for?

Serretia helps to speed recovery after sports injuries, surgeries, muscle tears and pulls, as well as promote healthy sinus activity. It is often used by athletes, or those that are regularly active. In addition, it is commonly used among those suffering from any sinus-related conditions. 


How does serrapeptase work?

Serrapeptase (a fibrin-digesting enzyme) is absorbed directly into the bloodstream and triggers fibrinolytic activity within the body. This supports healthy blood circulation, sinus activity as well as a normal inflammatory response to overexertion.


When should you take serrapeptase?

Serrapeptase is best when consumed on an empty stomach or 1-2 hours after a meal to optimise the absorption rate of the enzyme. It can be supplemented once a day, before or after exercise. 


Key health aspects of serrapeptase

Inflammation

Serrapeptase plays a well-established role in damage and inflammation following injury or stress (Source: Sciencedirect.com) In fact, based on several recent findings, researchers have made claims that Serrapeptase may be one of the most effective enzymes in mitigating inflammation (Source: NCBI).


Similar to Nattokinase, Serrapeptase also helps to regulate healthy fibrin levels in the blood, and so contributes to circulatory and cardiovascular health.


A recent review included several clinical studies that examined the efficacy of Serrapeptase on reducing swelling, inflammation and pain from surgery to remove Molar teeth (Source: NCBI).


In these studies, Serrapeptase was compared to widely used corticosteroids and it was shown to be equally as effective for preventing jaw pain and face swelling (Source: NCBI). Serrapeptase also boasts a more favourable safety profile compared to common pharmaceutical drugs, due in part to the natural source of the enzyme.

Sinus health 

Aside from the anti-inflammatory effects, serrapeptase is also believed to play a key role in regulating sinus health. In sinus-related disorders, conditions or infections, the mucus can become very thick, causing several problems. Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme that may help to reduce this thickening and build-up of mucus. (Source: NCBI