• Serra Enzyme™ 80,000IU Tabs/Caps x90 (veg)


    80,000iu’s serrapeptase per tab/cap, the world’s best selling serrapeptase, most trusted phthalate free.

  • SerraPet™ x90 (veg) tabs


    80,000iu serrapeptase tablets for all pets & animals. The No1 serrapeptase for animals, used by

  • Serranol™ x90 (veg) caps


    Unique powerful formula, containing Serrapeptase, Curcumin, Ecklonia Cava & Vit D3

  • BlockBusterAllClear™ x120 (veg) caps


    By any measure, the best and most powerful enzyme formula available.

  • Serra Enzyme™ 250,000IU Caps x90 (veg)


    Maximum strength ‘Miracle’ enzyme serrapeptase, 250,000iu per cap, phthalate free

  • SerraPlus™ x60 (veg) tabs/caps


    High quality serrapeptase with MSM + Trace Minerals – Enteric Coated (Caps & Tabs)

Arterial Diseases


Arterial Disease, Angina, Blood Clots, Deep Vein Thrombosis DVT

What is it?

Arteriosclerosis (calcium deposits) and Atherosclerosis (fat deposits) involve a build-up on the inside of artery walls.

What causes it?

While there is overwhelming evidence that high levels of cholesterol increases the risk of developing Atherosclerosis, Angina, DVT and Blood Clots, cholesterol is not the damaging mechanism. Measuring the proportional relationship between HDL cholesterol and LDL cholesterol more accurately assesses the risk of atherosclerosis. The latest research shows that inflammation and free radicals cause damage to both the cholesterol and artery walls that initiates a natural repair sequence that results in the patching and build-up of calcium and cholesterol deposits. The marker that I believe will become the gold standard for risk is Homocysteine. This relates to cardiovascular risk in a much more precise way than cholesterol. A simple blood test indicates the risk and can be re-measured after a nutritional program to ascertain the effectiveness of the program.

This program shows that controlling free radicals is a more successful angle for preventing this major cardiovascular disease problem. This has more potential to provide much greater success than restrictive fat and cholesterol diets that have thus far failed.

How can a Nattokinase formula help?

Serrapeptase – helps immensely, as it clears out all of the inflammation and dead tissue. By combining it with other enzymes such as:

  • Nattokinase - a well studied enzyme, famous for dissolving blood clots faster than any drug.
  • Digestive Enzyme Complex – alleviating the inflammation and clearing away this problem tissue it relieves the symptoms.
  • Olive Leaf Citrus Blend – a powerful antioxidant that in studies is effective in lowering the bad cholesterol.
  • Mineral Blend - A blend of 77 colloidal trace minerals acts as co-factors for the enzymactic activity.
  • Acidophilus - A strong friendly bacteria to aid in absorption and digestive activity.

The above blend is the strongest I have seen and it should increase the chances of completely clearing arteries to nearly 100%.

How many do I take?

Start with 3 Tablets of Nattokinase formula x 3 times per day on an empty stomach and increase it to 4 x 3 if no relief within 7 days, even more if necessary. Then gradually reduce to 1 x 1.

Can I take too many tablets, or can it interfere with any drugs I am taking?

No. It has been used for over 25 years with no side effects reported.

What things can I do to help Cardiovascular Disease?

1. Nattokinase
Take Nattokinase formula as recommended

2. Homocysteine Control
Take a homocysteine control sublingual spray containing: B6, B3, B12, folic acid, trimethylglycine, gingko biloba, MSM and phosphatidylserine.

3. Heart Support Formula
Take a Heart Support Formula sublingual spray containing: hawthorn berry extract, coleus forskohlii, lutein and zeaxanthin, gingko biloba extract

4. Plant derived Vitamin C
Take plant derived Vitamin C 2 gm per day

5. Co-Enzyme Q10
Take Co-Enzyme Q10 250 mg per day

6. Your Diet
It is critical to keep away from starchy carbohydrates and increase healthy fats in your diet. .

7. Basic Health Plan
Using the Basic Health Plan will will both help to clear the arteries and keep them clear.


8 Responses to Arterial Diseases

  • Marc Benzing says:

    April 03, 2014 at 03:13 pm

    I took serrapeptase for several weeks then began noticing some side effects. As a proteiolytic enzyme it breaks down proteins… all proteins! Right? I began to experience joint pain and stiffness. Especially in my neck. It became unbearable and I had to stop taking it. The symptoms disappeared shortly there after.
    I took two 500mg capsules daily on an empty stomach. I am reconsidering taking it again, perhaps every other day this time. Any comments?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 07, 2014 at 11:29 am

      The product you are taking is suspect. 1. I have not heard of this in 14 years of hundreds of thousands of users and 2. Enzyme cannot be measured in MG.
      Tell me more at
      Robert Redfern

  • weightlifting says:

    February 24, 2014 at 06:19 pm

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    • Robert Redfern says:

      February 24, 2014 at 08:07 pm

      Thank you.

  • jack schneider says:

    July 26, 2013 at 04:48 am

    I would think that Serrapeptase & combinations of other products which you sell would better remove the plaque in your system rather the fresh food diet???

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 26, 2013 at 07:50 am

      The combination of Fresh vegetables and fruits which are essential for a healthy system and supplements such as BlockBusterAllclear and a few other things will clear the arteries. The diet then can keep it clear.

  • ray byrd says:

    May 24, 2013 at 01:52 pm

    In Jun/Jul ’12 took 1 million “units” per day of Serra in an effort to clear 80% blockage of right carotid. It appeared to do nothing for blockage. Had surgery Jul ’12 (leg) and Mar ’13 (carotid).

    Was told my plaque is “soft, sticky, putty-like”. Is this technically different from hard, calcified plaque? ie, is soft plaque resistant to Serrapeptase?

    Suggestions/comments welcome.

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