• BlockBusterAllClear™ x120 (veg) caps


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

  • Serranol™ x90 (veg) caps


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

  • SerraPet™ x90 (veg) tabs


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

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


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

  • 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.

  • SerraPlus™ x60 (veg) tabs/caps


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

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Important warning: There is a smear campaign by certain manufacturers who have jumped onto the serrapeptase bandwagon and to save the high cost of enteric coating are saying that the phthalates are used in enteric coating and is the toxic the toxic type in plastics. Please be assured that this has been used on serrapeptase for over 30-years and is a totally safe type. Silver is a highly toxic element yet in its hydrosol form is healthy. This applies to the phthalates in enteric coating which is totally safe. These manufacturers claim that their capsules make it through the stomach yet none of them have produced any video evidence to back up their claims. Until then, enteric coating has 30 years of proof.

Please note there are no Phthalates used in any SerraEnzyme formulations.

Serrapeptase Cost Comparison of Brands per 80,000iu activity dose (see explanation below) Price comparison per dose is the only measure of value as activity is confusing.
Please note that I have used approximate retail prices for comparison and all the various suppliers will have special offers. Special offers will generally be matched by each supplier, but this will not change the comparison table below to a great extent.


Retail (approx) Prices Cost per
Available 80,000iu
Additional Beneficial Ingredients
5 Star
SerraEnzyme 250,000IU
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
SerraEnzyme 80,000IU
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Doctor’s Best Serrapeptase
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Solaray 10,000IU
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Source Naturals Serrapeptase 10,000IU
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Physician’s Formula Serrapeptase
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Smart Nutrition 10,000IU
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Enerex 120,000U
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Arthur Andrews Medical Serrétia™ 125,000SPU (warning* the Bottle states 250,000 for 2 caps)
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

To clear the confusion regarding milligram (mg) contents my recommendation is that it is better to ignore them completely and just look at the International Agreed Units of Activity (IU Activity). You may see U or you may see SU. These are not IU but as long as they are manufactured correctly to General Manufacturing Practice (GMP) they are no less potent than IU. IU has been used for Serrapeptase for over 35 years. U, SPU and SU are a new measure and may confuse buyers much like the phone companies do with their price plans.
Errors and Omissions excepted.

160 Responses to Compare Brands

  • Michelle Krawczyk says:

    August 14, 2014 at 03:31 am

    Could you please tell me if you think that Serrapeptase will help with my CRPS- original injury was a broken right ankle? (still does not dorsi flex) At the present and for the last 2 years I have walked with a cane due to lack of flexion in ankle, and extreme sensitivity in toes, with burning, numbness in toes/foot, hands/ fingers. Thank you.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      August 20, 2014 at 07:08 am

      There are three things you abosultely need to do:
      1. HealthPoint treat the ankle and foot points in the manual See video here
      2. SerraEnzyme serrapeptase 250,000iu 1 caps x 4 times per day
      3. Ancient Minerals Magnesium OIL ULTRA massage into fot and legs muscles daily.

      See these at

  • Larry Harrison says:

    May 16, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    Please pardon my ignorance. You keep going on and on about “starchy” carbs, vegetables, etc. What does this mean? What is “starch” in food? How do you know which foods contain starch, and which are “non-starchy”? Can you give some examples of each? My mother used to use starch in my shirts before ironing them – is this the same thing? If it is so bad for you, why is it there? Do the food companies put it there for some reason, and how do you get it out? Again, please pardon my ignorance. Thank you for any info.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 17, 2014 at 06:44 am

      It is simply the choice of natural foods and un-natural foods. Natural foods are those that you can gather and eat without processing or cooking. Un-natural foods are those that have to be processed or cooked first.
      Read this here:

      and my latest weekly newsletter here:
      Robert Redfern

  • Ulli says:

    September 03, 2013 at 04:46 am

    Dear Robert,

    I am a 69 year old female, 5″4 tall, weighing 113 pound for the past 30 years. I try to eat a
    healthy diet, exercise regularly and I don’t smoke. I have painful osteoarthritis in some of
    my fingers. When I read your info on Serrapeptase I decided to try it. I live in Canada
    and ordered ENEREX ( 120 000 IU). I am almost finished with my 2nd bottle now, taking 2 capsules in the morning before breakfast and two at night before going to sleep. So far the pain in my fingers is still there and I am wondering whether I am taking the right dosis
    and the right product. I am looking forward to your guidance. Thank you! ULLI

  • Craig says:

    August 21, 2013 at 10:56 pm

    Hi Robert, thanks for the very informative site and for being so responsive.

    Do you happen to have any experience and/or recommendations for using Serrapeptase for someone suffering from cluster headaches?


  • Valerie says:

    July 12, 2013 at 05:01 pm

    I am 59 years young. I had surgery on my carotid artery over 10 years ago. I was wondering if you thought serrapeptase might be beneficial to me and if so, which one and what dosage would you recommend?

  • RJ Upchurch says:

    July 03, 2013 at 07:43 am

    Hello Robert,
    I am a 36 year old female, 50-60 pounds overweight with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. The weight seems to linger despite diets and exercise.
    For years I have been having issues with connective tissues and weak tendons/ligaments.
    When I was 29, I had a stroke due to tearing in my vertebral arteries (blood clots formed in the tears). Most recently I am having deep joint pain in my left hip.
    I am suffering from infertility from the ovarian cysts and I am saddened by that.
    I just want to be healthy, have a family and enjoy life!
    I wanted to know what kind of advise you would give me – also doses of serrapeptase and any other supplements that might help.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 03, 2013 at 11:39 am

      This is a public forum and I suggest you ask your question on my helpdesk for privacy and the extended emails we may need.

  • Maria says:

    June 28, 2013 at 02:24 pm

    I have a left Intracanalicular Acoustic schwannoma and tried a lot of natural treatments and remedies. Not working. It’s growing and only suggestions are radiation or major skull surgery to remove it. What are your recommendations?

  • Al Sweet says:

    June 27, 2013 at 07:09 pm

    I had a nissan fundal plycation in 85 and have always had problems with nausea and stomach pain. After a nissan you cannot vomit so trying to is only a lesson in futility. I have been to no less than 40 different doctors and they all say the same thing take two codene a day. I went to my local health food store and bought 60 serrapeptase 40000mg. I have been taking two pills a day one in the am and one in the pm. I cannot tell you what a difference it has made in my life. My question is how much is the recommended dose. Am I taking enough or to much.I cannot believe that it took 25 years to find something like this. I feel better than i have for years.I think that this is a cure that should be used by all healthcare professionals and getting the word out will only help. Your website is excellent and I thank you for it .

  • Delia Chong says:

    June 25, 2013 at 10:27 am

    My 25yr old daughter suffers from Eczema since one month old. She developed Asthma as a toddler and has not outgrown either. While studying in Australia, she has no problem with skin nor asthma. She’s now back in Malaysia to stay, and her eczema is going out of control, especial in the area around her mouth. It peels endlessly, her lips crack and weep. She breaks out into large pimples and has eczema all over her face and neck. She has hives in her inner thighs. It does not help that she works, drives and sleeps in air-conditioned environment, as that is very drying. She has seen dermotologists who would give the usual steroid 5 or 7 day courses and steroid creams which thins her skin. Can you advise any specific enzymes that would help her condition please? She puts on so much body lotion, been trying all brands, latest is Aptopiclair, doesn’t seem to work. Her nutritionist put her on blood purifiers, deep sea fish oil (DHA I think), liver kidney toner, but nothing works now. She tried Dermologica (which used to work for her face but doesn’t now that she stays in Malaysia) and is trying Aesops now. She takes an antihistamine daily (Zyrtec 10mg) as prescribed by our family doctor ever since she was young, but it seems to be ineffective now. I’ve given her Flaxseed oil (1000mg) to start one per day, and bought her RIN enzymes 30ml 2x/day but after a month, no improvement. We’re both at our wits’ ends!
    Your advise is greatly appreciated.

  • John Tammaro says:

    June 23, 2013 at 03:38 pm

    I have a severely narrowed aortic valve (calcified). Is there any data/info regarding serrapeptase’s ability to remedy this condition?

  • prahlad says:

    June 10, 2013 at 05:13 am

    Hi Robert.I just received my ultrasound results and they found out a small partial thickness intrasubstance tear of the supraspinatus in my shoulder region .is serra plus the one for me.thanks.


  • Jacqui says:

    May 31, 2013 at 01:03 am

    I bought serrapeptase in au, in order to get started quickly on a course.
    At a dose of 6 per day, the 60 caps will not last long.
    It is labeled at 250,000 SPUs.
    Is there a difference between SPUs and IUs?
    Also, how long do I take it for artery cleaning? I have developed high blood pressure.
    thanks, kindly

  • Srija Samy says:

    May 28, 2013 at 08:57 am

    Dear Robert I forgot to write that I have osteoporosis and my dr put me on forsamax plus. Please advice thanks

  • Srija Samy says:

    May 28, 2013 at 08:51 am

    Please Robert I need your advice. I have pulmonary fibrosis after an attack of pneumonia last July. Dr said most of my lungs damaged . Only about one lung left working. I breathless on exertion. Was in intensive care for nearly 2 months last year. Lost a lot of weight. Had burning pain on passing urine after discharge. Dr said its due all the antibiotics I have taken. The burning pain disappeared in January this year . Developed constipation and slow flow of urine since February 2013. My urine check dr said ok. But my flow of urine is still slow . I have extensive cervical spondylitis. My L shoulder hurts since the past 1 1/2 years. I read about serrapeptase and your advices. Please help me . I have Never smoked or taken alcohol. Am a ovolacto vegetarian. Dr has given me atorvastatin 10mg to prevent ion. On my own I m taking coenzyme q10 one daily with B vitamins. I m also a hypothyroid on thyroxine. But my TSH never seems to come back to normal. But my t4 is normal after taking thyroxine. Please advice. Thanking you . Srija. I am 63 yrsold

  • prahlad says:

    May 22, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    Hi Robert i had a rotator cuff injury in dec last year.and did 4 weeks of physio and currently using turmeric capsules and inflaheal from newroots herbal.but still have some pain and tenderness in right shoulder where i got injured by pulling on a big fridge door and a lot of repetative work even when i was injured.please advice me thanks.


  • Julia says:

    May 19, 2013 at 02:44 pm

    Is Serrapeptase Gluten free, Wheat free, Soya and Dairy free?

  • Cawres says:

    May 18, 2013 at 11:32 pm

    Hi Robert,

    I have endometriosis and adenomyosis. I had a Laparoscopy surgery 2 months ago to remove Stage 3 endo. I am trying to conceive but the endo pain has not disappered after the surgery. I heard Serrapeptase is also good for endo pain and scare tissues. Is that true? Would you recommend me to use it?

    Is that ok to use serrapeptase and try conceving at the same time?

    Many thanks,

  • Kylie says:

    May 16, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    I have been suffering with reoccuring bartholins cysts/ abcyst. Will Serrapeptase help with this?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 17, 2013 at 10:25 pm

      Yes I recommend:
      SerraEnzme 80,000iu 1 x 3 times per day
      Nascent Iodine Drops 4 drops x 4 times per day

      See them at

  • Lynda Wolff says:

    May 10, 2013 at 12:00 am

    Hi Robert,
    I am a healthy 46 female. 5’6 – 126lbs. Avg BP is 108/80. Never smoked. Occasional glass wine. Eat healthy and exercise daily. Labs all excellent..glucose and cholesterol both excellent.
    Began having mild headache lower back side (behind ear) right upon waking. Would go away after rising. Occasionally treated with white willow. 3 weeks ago a major acute head pain – no other symptoms except this time wouldn’t let up without Ibuprofen. Began using serrapeptase 40,000 caps, 3x day. Doc wanted MRI. Results today were subacute cerebellar infarc or mild stroke! Really? Husband and I are floored because I feel great and have never had any motor skills disruption. Weird! Will enzymes help prevent “another” one until they run more tests? Docs are stumped because I don’t fit the stroke symptoms. Also no family history.

  • Pam says:

    May 09, 2013 at 09:04 pm

    I just had someone tell me about the serrapeptase. I had a heart attack when I was 19. I am now 43 and still on coumadin. I would like to get off the rat poison. As of right now I check my own INR. How can I get myself off and start fresh? What doses should I take and where can I find this?

  • catharine says:

    May 02, 2013 at 05:07 am

    Hello Robert,
    I have a lot of damage from a car accident years ago.Told I would never walk I have proven them wrong… I do suffer from nerve pain,it can be very excruciating and can put me down for a few days when it starts, spine burns and sends shooting burning numbness thru to my legs, feet..arms and hands, basically serious neuropathy. Will Serrapeptase work for me?

  • Katina says:

    March 02, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Hi Robert,
    My right knee has been swollen and very painful for the past 3-4 months.
    In the past 4 weeks, I’ve been taking 120,000 units 2 capsules 2 to 3 x’s a day…plus I take
    about 8,000 units of MSM during the I started taking Black seed Cumin caps and Tart Cherry caps.. It Im still in pain and its still swollen …I sort of limp around..can’t put too ,inch pressure on the right side after sitting for awhile or lying down
    Am I overtaking to ,any caps?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      March 02, 2013 at 09:51 pm

      You are not taking too many but i=f it has not stopped now then you may be wasting your time. Consider HealthPoint, see my video
      Take good care
      Robert Redfern

  • Lori Melman says:

    February 24, 2013 at 08:25 am

    My 81 year old mother has been suffering with post-herpetic neuralgia and I read on-line that some people have had relief from their PHN pain while taking Serrapeptase. I just ordered the SerraEnzyme. How much should she take per day?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      February 24, 2013 at 08:50 am

      Give her 2 x 3 times per day, 30mins before eating each meal and drop to 1 x 3 after a week.
      I also suggest Ozonated Oil to be applied to the problem area a couple of times per day.
      Call the web store Monday morning and add it to your order.
      Robert Redfern

  • Karen says:

    February 14, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    Hi, I have a herniated disc that is causing sciatica in my leg. I don’t have much pain but physo feels it may be scar tissue causing the sciatica. I also have fibroids. Which of your products do you reccommend??
    Thank you for your time!

  • Angela says:

    February 07, 2013 at 12:28 am

    I am 34 yrs old and I have blocked fallopian tubes due to scar tissue and am unalbe to conceive. Can Serrapeptase help with this. Thank you.

  • Lisa Weaver says:

    January 05, 2013 at 12:09 am

    Dear Robert,
    My husband had heart bypass surgery July ,2011. Since then he had a heart attack May,2011 due to one of the grafts failing. He has been on Metroprolol since 2011 and now has Peyronies disease, which is listed as a possible side effect. We are on a heart disease reversal diet. Can you give us a plan of action for the Peyronies? It continues to get worse. Also do you have any testamonials of men being helped with this condition with enzymes? I am hoping serrapeptase and nattokinase will help this condition as well possibly prevent his other bypass grafts from scarring shut. We are also having trouble getting his tryglicerides below 200. We are confused about which enzymes to purchase. Thanks in advance,

  • JON says:

    November 26, 2012 at 09:40 am

    Hi Robert,
    I have ENT problems that seem to be worsening for past 12 years ever since I caught a nasty viral infection on a plane. Nasal pains/naso bleeds/dry mucosa seem to be causing me weird sinus headaches. Sinus rinses, TCM, nasal sprays etc not working long term. Any help appreciated,

  • Bob Higginson says:

    November 17, 2012 at 11:22 pm

    Hello Robert, Greeting from Calgary Alberta Canada

    I am a 48 year old male, overweight by probably 30lbs but active. I had an MI in June of 2011 and had a bare meta stent inserted into one of my arteries./ Today I am on 5 heart meds to maintain a lower risk of another MI, at least thats what I’m told. The Doctors do not want me taking Naturalpathic products while on these meds, can I take Serrapeptase with out any type of
    adverse reaction ?

  • julia daly says:

    November 12, 2012 at 07:57 pm

    Robert i am feeling a little hope after finding your site today,i am an active 65 year old who has just been diagnosed with IPF and told there is nothing that can be done.
    I am on medication for high blood pressure and would really like your advice.
    Could you tell me were i can buy the recommended meds.
    regards Julia.

  • Lou says:

    November 04, 2012 at 06:09 am

    My wife has had a stroke a year ago and is paralyzed on her left side, I have had four stents and a quadrupal by-pass. We are both on natto and serrapeptase blend 3 caps per day. We requested the the ingredient amounts and wouldn’t you know they said it was proprietary so we really don’t know what we are getting. She is doing quite well, however I am experiencing angina attacks again. I don’t want to go through the procrdures again and what I am asking is which product would be most beneficial if any. Thanks

  • Fathima says:

    October 31, 2012 at 02:02 am

    Hi, I’m 37 and was diagnosed with stage 4 endometriosis in 2002. I’ve had a laparoscopy, exploratory laparatomy and a surgery to remove a uterine adhesion since then. They found that I had extensive endo in the pouch of doughlas, adenomyosis, and adhesions in the pelvic area. Fortunately both tubes are open and mobile. All specialist REs I consulted were very much direct with me and told me that given the extensive condition of endo, adhesions and the pelvis structure disorders, I’d have difficulty conceiving. I found another RE who held a positive outlook and encouraged me, so I still held on to my hopes of becoming a mother. I stopped all hormone drugs and turned to natural endo friendly living. Starting November last year, I gradually eliminated all dairy, wheat and sugar from my diet, started on vitamins, suppliments (pycnogenol, maca and vitex), green juices, whole grains (red rice) and vegetables, eliminated all paraben products at home and fixed a faucet and shower filter at home. I went for physiotherapy for a while too. Despite all this, I had horrible periods this month with excruciating pain going on for 8 days after a very heavy bout of periods stopped. Yesterday at the doctors, they did a US and found a 2.5 inch fibroid inside as well as another cyst/endometrioma on the left ovary! Would Serrapeptase help me? What dosage should I take?

  • Dave Bell says:

    October 30, 2012 at 02:48 pm

    I am finding all this information on Serrapeptase amazing and would be grateful for your help on my wife’s problem. We have just returned from the hospital where Val has been treated for over a year now with IPF. I believed there was no cure for this progressive lung scarring. I mentioned it to the consultant but she had never heard of Serrapeptase,although she has promised to check to find out more.
    So providing you can recommend a plan, I am prepared to have a go to explore the benefits of any help you may give her. Val is on 10mg (being reduced to 5mg) of Prednisolone daily and would this have any effect on starting a course as recommended?
    You have no idea with what I have read here how hopeful I am on trying this.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      October 30, 2012 at 03:30 pm

      This plan works but there are two things you need to do:
      1. Stick to the whole plan and diet in detail:
      2. Ask me as many questions as you want to help you stick to the detail. Ask me at

      Robert Redfern

  • Autumn says:

    October 30, 2012 at 01:47 pm

    I am 43 years old and never been pregnant. Blocked fallopian tubes resulting from PID. Can serrapeptase help clear the tubes?

  • Donna says:

    October 25, 2012 at 04:43 am

    Hi Robert

    I am just now reading the benefits of this enzyme. (found your link on Schoep and John’s fb page)
    I have RRMS and would like to know how to dose with Serrapeptase. I will definitely buy this. I have quite a bit of cognitive issues with reading and comprehending so reading all of the information has gone totally out of my head!

    Thank you!

    • Robert Redfern says:

      October 25, 2012 at 06:46 am

      It is easy to choose a serrapeptase formulation for you.
      Serranol is the super formulation as it contains: Serrapeptase, Curcumin, Ecklonia Cava, and Vit D3.
      Read about it here and here
      and this article:

      There are more things for brain recovery and ask me at my help desk
      Take good care
      Robert Redfern

  • Grace Garbade says:

    October 23, 2012 at 06:50 pm

    I am 81 years and have been on and off theAtkins diet for quite some time. I was told that I had the beginning of copd and have been put on Oxygen at night. I was very active, bounced om the rebounder every day. About a month ago, I had zig-zag lights and felt terrible. I still am unable to function very well. I get a headache, nausea and am unable to get many deep breaths. I am scheduled for a nuclear stress test on Oct. 31. I also take Armour thyroid and lugols iodine. Does this sound like the right treatments? Thanks for your help, Grace

  • Jean says:

    October 21, 2012 at 05:49 pm

    I also had a knee scope done for a meniscus tear and since then has had a very stiff knee with limited range of motion. On the same leg I had an achilles tendon repair with a keloid scar. What would you recommend?

  • Dan says:

    October 14, 2012 at 06:21 am

    I am 42yo male approx 20lbs overweight. I have bilateral knee and ankle pain with moderate degenerative changes, as well as chronic intermittent shoulder pain, all from wrestling and being in the Army. Also have high blood pressure and cholesterol. Would serranol or serraplus help me?

  • Eleanor says:

    October 11, 2012 at 09:51 pm

    Hi Robert,

    Many thanks for your wonderful, informative site, and for all your great information. My husband suffers from myasthenia gravis, and needs to take a steroid every second day to control things like the weakness, drooping eyelids and general focusing problems due to weakness in the ocular muscles.

    He eats a very good, organic wholefood diet, takes several supplements, and works out several times a week for general fitness, and to combat osteoporosis because of the steroids, but often suffers from aches and pains, and tires very easily.

    I have taken serrapeptase for several weeks, and have had great results with back pain due to injury, and also find that it has completely sorted out my digestive problems, so wonder if it might help him as well.

    Thanks for any advice you are able to offer, Eleanor

    • Robert Redfern says:

      October 12, 2012 at 08:00 am

      Hi Robert,
      Many thanks for your wonderful, informative site, and for all your great information. My husband suffers from myasthenia gravis, and needs to take a steroid every second day to control things like the weakness, drooping eyelids and general focusing problems due to weakness in the ocular muscles.
      He eats a very good, organic wholefood diet, takes several supplements, and works out several times a week for general fitness, and to combat osteoporosis because of the steroids, but often suffers from aches and pains, and tires very easily.
      I have taken serrapeptase for several weeks, and have had great results with back pain due to injury, and also find that it has completely sorted out my digestive problems, so wonder if it might help him as well.
      Thanks for any advice you are able to offer,
      Dear Eleanor,
      I do want to build your hopes up too high as you and I have a lot of work to do but with my auto immune plan below. It may take a few months but we have a good chance of clearing up his Myasthenia Gravis completely as well as the other problems once we get him no longer needing the steroids. It is good that you have already had good results with serrapeptase but my plan for him includes other essential nutrients to ensure recovery.
      See the plan in the link below and click the link in this email to ask me any questions.

      Please get back to me anytime you need help.

      Take good care of yourself
      Robert S Redfern aged 66 and getting younger since stopping eating starchy carbs!

      ‘Though you can’t go back and make a brand new start,
      You can start from now and make a brand new end.

  • Betty says:

    September 17, 2012 at 07:58 pm

    Tnx for the answer – however there was no link to follow. Betty

  • Betty Head says:

    September 13, 2012 at 11:37 pm

    Would be interested in knowing if you have experience with serrapeptase and pulmonary interstitial fibrosis – I’ve just been diagnosed with it. Any other supplements you would recommend? Also would be interested in your email on Healthier Lungs in 30 Days. Tnx. Betty

    • Robert Redfern says:

      September 14, 2012 at 01:38 am

      Yes it is a common condition and is covered in the plan you can find by following this link:

      Take good care
      Robert Redfern

  • Kevin says:

    September 10, 2012 at 03:56 am

    What sort of enteric coating does this have ? Please dont let it be hpmcp. This is a banned plastic since 2003. Dont we have enough plastic going into us with it being on our “health” supplements ?
    Also,out of curiosity,do you know of anyone who has used the bacteria from the silkworm and grown their own enzyme ? that would be interesting.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      September 10, 2012 at 01:18 pm

      I have the largest range of SerraPeptase formulations in the world and some are non-coated and some are coated
      Anyone who tells you HPMPC is banned or has any evidence of side effects is a dangerous liar. It is a pity such people cannot be put in prison as well as the drug companies who say their drugs are safe when they are not.
      We need truth, not confusion.
      Robert Redfern

  • Yvonne Smith says:

    September 08, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    I have high blood pressure and suffer with joint pain. I currently take 50mg of Losartan alongside 2.5mg of Bendroflumethiazide for blood pressure as prescribed by my Dr. Will there be any side affects taking Serranol whilst continuing with my current medication? I also have lots of scar tissue following reconstructive surgery for breast cancer 4 years ago

  • Cleavis Nowell says:

    September 05, 2012 at 03:56 pm

    The protocol for glaucoma- will it also work for cataracts? Or is a different protocol required for cataracts?

  • Diane says:

    August 24, 2012 at 12:43 am

    Hi, I have 3 fibroids one the size of a 5mth fetus. Whilst they are not bothersome now, I’m concerned that they could be later and was looking for a natural way to shrink them. In my research I came across serrapeptase and noticed you recommend serraplus. How should it be taken and for how long? Appreciate your advise. Thanks.

  • Ron says:

    August 13, 2012 at 08:45 pm

    Hi Robert, I just purchased a bottle of Neprinol for Inflammation what are your thoughts on this product?


    • Robert Redfern says:

      August 14, 2012 at 06:32 am

      I have no confidence in products that may have put a spec of good nutrients together and market it as as super formula. An example is CoQ10. The only studies that show benefit from this ingredient only occur in amounts greater than 250mg per day. Why would they not disclose the amounts of each ingredient? I believe they have something to hide by not disclosing the amount of each ingredient. If you persuade this company to disclose the amount of each ingredient I will give an honest appraisal of the studies and benefits of those amounts. Otherwise I would return it and if you email me in the questions section with your health goals I will give you advice how to achieve it.
      Robert Redfern

  • Lonnie says:

    August 08, 2012 at 05:10 pm

    I have raynauds phenomenom and scleroderma that is affecting my skin, face breathing (lungs). can serrapeptase help reverse this?

  • jack says:

    July 28, 2012 at 05:34 am

    my brother had a stroke some years back ,with clotting in his legs. since then he has been given blood thinners,and also cholesterol drugs,with the clots only getting worse.he started taking nattokinise,only to be told the enzyme should not be taken because of danger of hemorrhaging.I have tried to find doctors that understood how to use the enzymes,but have not been successful.maybe you can help. he lives in El Paso Texas. we would be thankful for any advice you could give.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 28, 2012 at 07:04 am


      Strokes are caused by wrong lifestyle including: diet, breathing, liquid intake and exercises.

      Your brother needs to follow a really healthy plan for the rest of his life. My brother had a stroke in January and I was over to the UK for a couple of weeks to help him recover which he did successfully. I taught him the plan to live by and what to take and now 7 months later he has gone back to his previous lifestyle and all I can do is cross my fingers for him.

      Firstly enzymes will do your brother no harm. Drinking a Coke or eating a pizza will do him much more harm than any supplement.

      One simple enzyme is not the answer. If he was to take one thing then it would be BlockBusterAllclear, 2 caps x 3 times per day, 30mins before eating a meal, with a 16oz glass of water. See

      He like everyone needs the willpower to get well and to follow the habits of health. Yes even to take 1 supplement needs these two things. If he can do this then he can do the rest.

      Ask him and let me know if he wants me to work on a full plan for him.

      Please get back to me anytime you need help.

      Take good care of yourself
      Robert S Redfern aged 66 and getting younger since stopping eating starchy carbs!

      ‘Though you can’t go back and make a brand new start,
      You can start from now and make a brand new end.

  • Anne B says:

    July 26, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    58 years young; stiffness and pain in fingers – joints swollen.

    Maternal family history of arthritis. Understand diet can support health, and rarely eat meat. Which of the serrapeptase combinations might be most appropriate for me?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 26, 2012 at 07:08 pm

      Anne, The very best supplement for arthritis to take is Serranol (
      Cut out the carbs and see really healthy food ideas at
      Robert Redfern

  • philip says:

    July 24, 2012 at 02:29 pm

    Is Serrapeptase good for Benign prostate problems in removing stagnant or dead cells when cell death is reduced due to D.h.t

  • Anna says:

    July 01, 2012 at 08:34 pm

    Dear Robert, I would like to try serrapeptase for mild endometriosis which started to form on the outside of the stomach and was recently found during a surgery on appendix. I also had episcleritis and then scleritis, which was frequently reoccurring during the past 2.5 years. I’m 33 and the inflammation of both eyes is worrying me as there is no obvious cause found so serrapeptase seems to me like a great option at this point.
    Could serrapeptase alone help for both of these conditions? Thank you so much for taking time to review my case.. Anna

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 01, 2012 at 09:17 pm

      It needs more than just serrapeptase. The plan is coming next in an email.

  • Mark Robson says:

    July 01, 2012 at 05:02 am

    I am 51 years of age and have an ascending thoracic aortic anurysm that is being monitored every 18 months. I am on 40mg of telmisartan for mild blood pressure. I also have mild asthma and lower back and knee pain caused from work accidents. What would you recommend for these health issues?


  • George says:

    June 27, 2012 at 08:37 pm

    I have been diagnosed with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, presumably from nerve blockage from scar tissue after repairing a broken collar bone. I have numbness and a tingling sensation throughout the left side of my face, down my left arm, into my hands, and occasionally down my left leg into my foot. I have been to chiropractors, physical therapy, and most recently acupuncture to try and get some relief, all to no avail. It has been about a year and a half I have been experiencing these symptoms. Doctors are at a loss of what to tell me. Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks for your time.

  • Beckie says:

    June 27, 2012 at 03:31 am

    I’ve had asthma for years and I think I’m now allergic to the Advair I’m taking – I need to get off these drugs in any event and have thought all along there was another answer. Maybe the serrapeptase. Also my mom has serious spinal stenosis and is in constant pain and will not take pain meds besides advil. Her life is slipping away with inactivity, weight gain and depression. Serrapeptase for her too? Thanks for being available. A truly helpful person, which is high praise.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 27, 2012 at 08:34 am

      The plans for both of you are in the next email
      With kind regards
      Robert Redfern

  • Rockey says:

    June 24, 2012 at 12:33 am

    My very close friend is 90, active, yet he is trusting is inhaling machine for his copd. I am needing to know how this Serrapeptase can help him, and how to purchase the best for him, and how much he needs to take, and how he needs to stop the, now, every 4 hours on the inhaling machine?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 24, 2012 at 07:41 am

      My Healthier Lungs in 30 Days eBook is on its way to you.
      Robert Redfern

  • Ron says:

    June 23, 2012 at 01:06 pm

    I just bought the vitamin shopp serrapeptase, 40,000units for Mortons Neuroma. Is this a strong enough brand for this condition? (Dying to get back to walking a golf course).
    Also, dosage-3pills once a day or 3pills 3 times a day?

  • Jim says:

    June 22, 2012 at 08:13 pm

    I have 2 herniated discs and advanced arthritis in my lower back. Would serrapeptase help as an anti-inflamatory? If so, what doseage?

  • Cindy says:

    June 19, 2012 at 03:59 pm

    I am 43 yrs old, I have sleep apnea, overweight (30-40 lbs),…I have spider and varicose viens. I’ve recently been seein a chiropractor because I have a very sore right elbow, when I lift even an empt coffee cup, it grabs me, at the elbow. Dr says it’s “tennis elbow.” For the last yr and a half, I have had a very sore dull achy hip, sometimes radiates down my right leg. Dr is telling me this is “Bursitis.”
    He told me to go see the chiropractor but so far I am not noticing any difference.
    I am a tobacco and alcohol user.
    I have hig cholesterol,…so does my 15 yr old dughter. Heart diease is a part of her father ‘s family history. He has hig cholesterol also and has been medicated for about the last 15 yrs. Our dr put my 15 yr old on Crestor about 6 months ago. Her dad started taking Serrapeptase and just got her a bottle to start taking.
    I would like advice for myself and am interested in anything input you might have about my 15 yr old.
    Thank you

    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 19, 2012 at 05:30 pm

      It is not advice I am going to give, I am sending by email a full urgent lifestyle plan to recover you and your daughter.
      Robert Redfern

  • Margaret says:

    June 16, 2012 at 08:25 am

    Which serra capsule do you recommend for eliminating body cysts

    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 16, 2012 at 08:32 am

      The best twomthings are:
      SerraPlus+ 1 cap x 3 times per day, 30mins before eating a meal
      Nascent Iodine take 3 drops x 3 times perday, in a little water

      See both at

  • Arpna says:

    June 11, 2012 at 03:35 pm

    Can you advise whether to purchase the serrapeptase or serranol for my mum – she has diabetes and painful knee and shoulder joints and lumps in the muscle of her arm wjhich are painful

  • Tracy says:

    June 10, 2012 at 08:05 am

    I am thinking of trying serrapeptase for endometriosis adhesions and fibroids and wondered what the best dose would be to start off with.
    many thanks

    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 10, 2012 at 08:23 am

      I am sending the full plan in my next email to clear these problems.
      Robert Redfern

  • Alexa says:

    June 09, 2012 at 04:22 pm

    I am taking Serrapeptase 500mg(120,000 per serving of 2 ) as part of the Cowden protocol for Lymes. It is said to break up the bio film the Lymes bacteria forms. I am 53 and have been told that I already have a mild blockage in my left artery. I also have cholesterol of 253. Any suggestions? Thanks!

    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 10, 2012 at 06:09 am

      Please email me at what your problems are and what you are doing at present.
      I have a protocol that covers both Lymes and the blockage.
      Robert Redfern

  • Diana says:

    June 07, 2012 at 01:13 am

    The dr has diagnosed me with glaucoma. I am not on any meds. I have been trying to fix it with
    herbs. will this help me?
    Thank You,

  • Kai Lau says:

    June 02, 2012 at 07:12 pm

    What is a good product and dosage for TIA. Can I just stop the 1/day regular strength aspirin I have been on for 3 weeks, on my doctor’s advice?

  • Martina says:

    June 02, 2012 at 04:24 pm

    Hello, unFortunately I have encountered a problem whit the fallopian tubes whit adhesions between the tube and ovary. Serraptase you think I can help?
    Thank you for your reply.

  • Kelly Hanna says:

    May 21, 2012 at 12:34 pm

    Dear Robert,
    I am searching for a remedy for ovarian fibroids, and also cysts forming in breast tissue. (dense, fibrotic tissue with a history of breast cancer.) I take lugol’s iodine and 6-8000iu Vit D daily, and a mostly vegan diet. Will serrapeptase help?
    Thank you for your help,

  • Chrissie says:

    May 14, 2012 at 04:37 pm

    Happy and just thrilled to find your site! I have been taking serrapeptase for about 4 months, one a day, 20,000 iu for a reocurring blood clot in my left arm. I spent many months and years, literally, in the hospital with unknown cause of GI issues, resulting in too many not needed surgeries, and left with all kinds of scarring. The doctors are thinking the clots in both arms, but more in the left arm is due to all the puncture sites for IV’s and lab work. My upper arm just throbs with pain. I was on warfin for almost 8 years, and had too many close calls with it to take it again. I have been taking large doses of fish oil, walk lots everyday, and still the clot is there. I had not known how much serrapeptase I could safely take. The doc’s told me I had to be on warfin for life. I disagree. I am so praying this product will work, and totally destroy the chronic blood clot site in my upper left arm. Please advise how much I should take, and I will gladly do it. As you know, the doctors I see will not even discuss taking this avenue to thin my blood or to destroy clots. I greatly appreciate your time and advise. It will be like an answered prayer for sure!! Blessings greatly, Chrissie Joy

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 14, 2012 at 06:03 pm

      It is not simply serrapeptase you need.
      BlockBusterAllclear and or Nattokinase plus an anti inflammatory diet.
      I will send the full plan in my next email.
      Robert Redfern

  • Lori says:

    May 08, 2012 at 05:37 pm

    Will this help with inflammation after injuries? I have a grade II sprain of my MCL also have inflammation from a shoulder injury along with tennis elbow. I can not take NSAID’S due to ulcers.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 08, 2012 at 08:42 pm

      You need to fix the ulcer first:
      See these at
      Once the ulcer is healed then start on Serranol.
      Robert Redfern

  • Carmen says:

    May 07, 2012 at 10:59 pm

    I have uterine fibroids and have bouts of muscle cramps and backpain during the entire week of my period. Can serrapeptase relieve the cramps and backpain.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 08, 2012 at 06:12 am

      Full plan is being sent to you via email.

  • Lola says:

    May 06, 2012 at 02:46 am

    Will any of the various strengths of serrapeptase interfere with or be harmful to saline breast implants or to cataract lens implants?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 06, 2012 at 06:32 am

      No problems whatsoever. In fact my SerraPlus+ 80,000iu formulation has been used by throusands of women to clear the painful fibrosis that can be a problem with breast implants. Email me if you have want any specific advice with a problem you want to help.
      Robert Redfern
      Your Personal Health Coach

  • Grana says:

    April 23, 2012 at 04:47 pm

    Would serrapeptase help to heal blebs on my lungs? If yes what dosage would be beneficial?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 30, 2012 at 08:20 am

      There are two things:
      Serranol (See ) as contains has serrapeptase, curcumin, ecklonia cava and Vit D3 which are all critical for healthy lungs.
      Nascent Iodine Drops – This is no longer in the natural diet and you can also get it from
      There is also my good health diet to help ensure healthy lungs throughout your life. See
      Lastly I have an eBook, Healthier Lungs in 30 days which I can email you if you ask at
      Take good care
      Robert Redfern

  • Mai says:

    April 22, 2012 at 07:04 am

    I have a low functioning thyroid.
    Are there any side effects from taking serrapeptase or D-ribose for my osteoarthritis?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 22, 2012 at 08:14 am

      I suggest for your thyroid and arthritis the following four things:
      Nascent Iodine Drops
      Stopping starchy carbs
      SAM-e Plus
      Robert Redfern

    • monica says:

      September 29, 2012 at 10:09 am

      will also like to get an answer

  • Ruedi Gosteli says:

    April 16, 2012 at 03:13 pm

    Live in Vancouver, Canada. Only Brand I have found is Enerex. I am on Coumadin, following Aortic valve replacement. Enerex suggested NOT to take Serrapeptase as they had no studies on interactions. I am taking it anyway. Am also on colesterol and blood pressure meds which I want to get off. Am 67 years old,45 lbs overweight but still active and vibrant. Would love your help and advice.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 16, 2012 at 03:19 pm

      Do you want to get off the coumadin as well as the other drugs? Reply to the email I am sending you wil the full plan to get healthy.
      Robert Redfern

  • lester says:

    April 14, 2012 at 08:22 am


    How does serrapaptase help hemmorhoids, if at all?


  • Margaret says:

    April 11, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    How many iu’s do you recommend to take per day to clear blockages in my renal arteries with plaque? Also how many iu’s is the equivalent to 5mg?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 14, 2012 at 04:51 am

      I trust you got my email plan for your recovery.

  • Robert Redfern says:

    February 09, 2012 at 08:24 pm

    It is processed and encapsulated inthe USA under gmp.

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