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The Operation You Don’t Need


Source: Ann’s Blog

(Health Posted by annshaw Wed, August 04, 2010 18:21:03)

I felt compelled to write once more about the miraculous natural enzyme, Serrapeptase. My last write-up on Morton’s Neuroma that was cured by Serrapeptase, has received 16,345 views on another site and many comments that I have responded to.

It was 4 years ago now, that I was diagnosed with Morton’s Neuroma, which is a small tumour on the sole of the foot, and truly excruciatingly painful. The pain is so bad, that at times it is completely impossible to walk, as many sufferers will agree. I was told mine was caused by wearing narrow high-heeled shoes.

At the hospital I was offered 6-monthly steroidal injections. I said no thank you. The doctor then said, ‘oh, you want to go straight for surgery?’ I said, ‘no.’ He then said, ‘well what are you saying?’ I replied, ‘I’m saying no thank you to both – I’ll find another way.’ He was pretty shocked, and as I left he said, ‘well good luck…because those are the only two options!’

To be honest, I was in a quandary about what to do next, but within 24 hours, I discovered ‘Robert Redfern’s’ newsletter that was 3 years old, and I had kept amongst my reading material for reading one day. I phoned him and he told me it would cure any inflammatory condition including Morton’s Neuroma. He advised taking it for two months, but after six weeks, I knew it had disappeared. I did continue, though, for another two weeks. My follow-up appointment 6 months later at the hospital is quite memorable, as the doctor I saw this time could not believe it had disappeared, and told me it had measured 7mm.

Serrapeptase doesn’t just treat people but also animals, and the enormous amount of testimonials backing this natural supplement are just amazing.

These are just some of the health conditions it can address:

  • Pain of any kind
  • Inflammation of any kind
  • Lung and chest
  • Eye Problems
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Trauma
  • Cardiovascular problems
  • Anti-Ageing
  • Ear, nose and throat

More recently, I was back on Serrapeptase again, following an exercise injury at a ‘Body Balance’ class! I had been in pain for nearly a year, having damaged my spine. This affected my walking far and sleeping, because of the pain. After 2 weeks on Serrapeptase I suddenly realised whilst out walking, that there was no pain, and I didn’t have to limp. After 3 weeks I was walking everywhere comfortably, and it is not waking me up at night either.

With so many people suffering back injuries, sciatica and conditions we are told have no cure, I really want to publicise this phenomenal natural supplement to as many people out there as possible. I do believe it is a miraculous cure, and I am extremely grateful that I stumbled across it at just the right moment in my life….

Enjoy the rest of the Summer!

Ann :)


64 Responses to The Operation You Don’t Need

  • Victoria Thomas says:

    May 01, 2014 at 03:26 am

    I am breastfeeding is it safe to take serrepaptes?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 01, 2014 at 05:36 pm

      Yes absolutely and will be useful if you get and engorgement.

  • Darrell says:

    April 27, 2014 at 06:08 pm

    I have been told I have pulmonary fibrosis, can serrapeptase
    Dissolve the scar tissue?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 29, 2014 at 07:09 pm

      No, it need diet and other nutrients to clear this and the diet is for ever to keep it clear.
      See my eBook at

  • Elizabeth Wilson says:

    July 27, 2013 at 01:51 am

    I am in dire need of a remedy for cysts/boils. I have suffered with them off and on all my life. Currently I am experiencing a major flare up. Two on my back, one is the size of a big marble and the other I had lanced 3 months ago and was put on an antibiotic. It is still draining and I am still on the antibiotic (Cipro). In addition to the ones on my back, I have a Pilonidal Cyst that was “removed” with surgery 30 years ago. Well, it has flared up also. It is so sore I can hardly sit. I read on a forum that someone had success with high doses of “Serrapeptase or Proteolytic Enzymes”. I would so greatly appreciate any advice/help you could offer. These are so very painful.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 27, 2013 at 08:12 am

      I remember getting these myself 50 years ago. My mother used to tell me it was bad blood and consuming too much sugar. Then she did not know that the worst sugar comes from grains, cereals and potatoes. When I got married and had better food at my every meal these things went away and never came back. I still had many other things wrong though. 20 years ago I also found out that carbs, yes even whole grains are bad for me and just about anything that come via a factory. I also found out that doctors noticed 100 years ago that Iodine was lacking in the diet yet the supposedly clever doctors today just dont get it.
      This is my recommendation for you:
      Nascent Iodine Drops start with 4 drops x 4 times per day in a little water and build up to 10 x 4 over a couple of weeks until clear and then drop back to 4 x 4.
      Daily Immune Protection caps 1 cap x 3 times per day
      Serranol 1 cap x 3 times per day
      See these at
      Follow this diet:

  • Helen Swan says:

    July 26, 2013 at 07:17 am

    Helen Swan

    Robert, would Serranol be of benefit for IBS?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 26, 2013 at 07:48 am

      Yes Serranol and Prescrip Assist. Once it is clear then 1 Prescript Assist ever 3 days should keep it clear.
      See them both at

  • Michelle says:

    July 26, 2013 at 01:35 am

    My 16 yr old son play football and his ham string & hip is bothering him(hurting/in pain). I would like to know would this help him & is it safe for him being that he is only 16 yrs old. If so how many can he take a day. Thanks so much for everything & will be waiting on your response.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 26, 2013 at 01:19 pm

      It is safe and age is not an issue. I suggest:
      SerraPlus 1 cap x 3 times per day
      Ancient Minerals magnesium OIL ULTRA massaged daily into major muscles and pain areas.
      See these at

  • Michelle says:

    July 12, 2013 at 02:45 pm

    I have been diagnose with scar tissue & block fallopian tube . I would like to know is there any thing to help clear scar tissue & block fallopian tube. I also have acid reflux & thyriod problem.

  • Regina says:

    July 03, 2013 at 11:34 am

    Dear Robert,
    I’ve been diagnosed with a few perineural cysts in my lower back, on the L4L5 and L5S1 vertebraes, the cysts are 11 and 7mm. They are causing chronic inflammation, chronic back and leg pain. The doctors recommend surgery. I’ve been put on high doses of NSAIDS, which do help with the pain but are only temporary pain relievers and have dangerous side effects. I’ve decided to look for alternative ways to get rid of the pain and found information about Serrapeptase. I ordered one bottle of Biovea Serrapeptase 40 000 UI and am taking it as prescribed on the bottle, 1 to 2 capluses twice daily on empty stomach. I can feel some improvement and the pain seems to be somewhat less. My question is, could Serrapeptase shrink the cysts in the spine? Or at least keep them from not growing? What is the best dosage for my condition? I’m reluctant to take very high doses as I am afraid of possible side effects.

  • Elizabeth says:

    June 28, 2013 at 07:32 am

    I have a friend who has been told he has a Baker’s Cyst behind his knee and will have surgery to repair it .Can Serrapeptase help this?
    Thank you

  • Diane says:

    June 03, 2013 at 07:09 am

    My husband has a heart condition called sick sinus syndrome (simple explanation – heart beats erratically too fast and too slow) which puts him at risk of blood clots which may cause a stroke or heart attack. He is only 55 and very healthy and does not have any circulatory problems. He may need to have a pacemaker inserted at some point in the future. He has had to have a couple of ‘Ablation’ operations on his heart and may need to to another one soon. Simply put this operation lays down scar tissue in certain areas of the heart to block extra electrical currents in the heart which may cause the arrhythmias. We have considered him taking Serrapetase to help prevent blood clots occurring but notice on your website its reduces scarring, which would undo the work the ablation operations have achieved. Would this be a correct assumption?

  • Carla says:

    May 07, 2013 at 09:00 pm

    My mother has a planter’s wart on her foot which has become painful. What do you suggest as a treatment to get rid of it. I read somewhere that Serrapeptase may be a solution?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 18, 2013 at 06:49 am

      It is not true that serrapeptase can clear this virus.
      You can try HydroSilver Gel and put a round band aid over it.

  • Funmi says:

    May 01, 2013 at 08:35 am

    I have bought serraplus but you have recommended Blockbuster in one of your videos. Can I take both and in what dosage. I have around 7 fibroids.

  • joe says:

    February 21, 2013 at 03:32 pm

    I want to say a large cyst that i was booked into surgery for was dissolved/flattened within a week of serrapeptase and so surgery was canceled. I am still taking this enzyme and i hope to have better sinus health. I feel it is reducing some inflammation in the sinus but i still need to resolve some infection and possible polyps that have grown back after two surgical procedures.
    My sister is having some benefit from these enzymes from inoperable ovarian fibroids with adhesions.

  • Charlotte Benson says:

    February 21, 2013 at 04:16 am

    Dear Mr. Redfern-
    I am 63 years old, and recently diagnosed with uterine fibroids. I read somewhere on the web that serrapeptase may “dissolve” them. Is this likely? What is the dosage, and for how long.
    Thank you very much.

  • Diane King says:

    January 06, 2013 at 06:09 pm

    Dear Robert
    My husband has a very painful kidney stone. He also has a degenerative hip (which was discovered when he had a scan for the kidney stones) and is seeing a consultant about possible surgery, do you think Serrapeptase could help with both or either condition and what would you recommend?
    Mary thanks
    Diane King

    • Robert Redfern says:

      January 06, 2013 at 07:33 pm

      Surgery is not to be entered into lightly if it can possibly be dealt with using diet and supplements.
      There is a % of ops go seriously wrong but never with supplements.
      Diet change is the main change and unless your husband is 100% behind a diet change the supplements may not be successful. Let me know what his take on the diet plan attached.

      Please get back to me anytime you need help.

      Take good care of yourself
      Robert S Redfern

  • Dan says:

    November 20, 2012 at 08:18 am

    I have chronic pain due to a life time of injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, nerve and muscle pain in shoulders and arms, upper back, lower back, hips and glutes stiff and sore always. I’m a 41 year old forestry firefighter and I’m constantly suffering at my job. I’m going for IMS treatments, stretching and doing all my physio prescribed exercises everyday.

    I also have a dog my best pal who is 9 years old that recently herniated his disc and has lost the ability to walk. He sees a vet with with a great rehab program. Hes getting acupuncture, IMS, water therapy once a week as well I stretch his muscles out, and give him traction 3-4 times per day as well as his walk in which he uses a special wheel chair to help him with mobility and recovery.

    What would you suggest for us?


  • Isaac says:

    October 27, 2012 at 02:47 am

    I have been suffering from Morton’s Neuroma since 2009 and I tried all of the conservative treatments without success. The cortisone injections didn’t help and the doctor stated that my only option was surgery. Considering all the negative responses to surgery I opted to find an alternative. I came across serrapeptase and decided to try it along with Vitamin B supplements. I am pleased to say that it has now been nearly 4 weeks since I have needed to take a pain medication for my MN. I take 120,000 IU/day and the pain has subsided. I do have the occasional ache but nothing nearly as agonizing as previously. I plan on continuing with the Serrapeptase/Vitamin B regimen to continue this wonderful feeling of pain-free living. I did have one question, however; I still feel the “heavyness” of the neuroma. Will serrapeptase help in making my foot feel “normal,” meaning having a completely healthy foot? I hope so. Thank you so much for allowing me to share my positive experience with serrapeptase. It has changed my life.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      October 27, 2012 at 10:09 am

      I have been suffering from Morton’s Neuroma since 2009 and I tried all of the conservative treatments without success. The cortisone injections didn’t help and the doctor stated that my only option was surgery. Considering all the negative responses to surgery I opted to find an alternative. I came across serrapeptase and decided to try it along with Vitamin B supplements. I am pleased to say that it has now been nearly 4 weeks since I have needed to take a pain medication for my MN. I take 120,000 IU/day and the pain has subsided. I do have the occasional ache but nothing nearly as agonizing as previously. I plan on continuing with the Serrapeptase/Vitamin B regimen to continue this wonderful feeling of pain-free living. I did have one question, however; I still feel the “heavyness” of the neuroma. Will serrapeptase help in making my foot feel “normal,” meaning having a completely healthy foot? I hope so. Thank you so much for allowing me to share my positive experience with serrapeptase. It has changed my life.
      Yes I have helped many thousands with Morton’s Neuroma over the past 13 years since I introduced serrapeptase. I only added the B Vits and Curcumin to the plan a few years ago to improve the success rate. A good percentage have started this plan and within 4-8 weeks have been cleared. I personally have taken 240,000iu of serrapeptase, B4Health and curcumin, daily to maintain good health for many years. Imagine my surprise when earlier this year I bought a new pair of shoes and after a few weeks developed Morton’s Neuroma! Not being used to pain I was annoyed since I was already taking the existing solution and had no new solutions. In desperation (I don’t like pain) reached for a new electronic device called Pain Genie Good Health Naturally had just started stocking and with no real confidence treated my foot. It started feeling better immediately and within 20mins the pain was gone. It came back once the next day and a simple repeat of the treatment cleared it again.
      All I was left with was the numb (or heaviness feeling) feeling you describe. I treated this for a few mins daily for a couple of weeks to clear the numb feeling. Now there is no Morton’s Neuroma and no heaviness (and def. not I am not testing those shoes again). Look at it here PAIN GENIE
      PS It gives FaceLifts as well

      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.

  • Dominique R. Chance says:

    October 25, 2012 at 02:46 am


    I started training 5 days a week at a MMA gym and I work 12hour shifts. One day my left and right ankle went sore after five weeks of training. Now its been 7 weeks of rest and my right achillies heel is still sore. I think there are microscopic tears in my tendon. What do you suggest. This year I wanted to train hard for a body tranformation. Oh and both of my big toes joints are swollen permanently. From kicking the bag I guess. I’m 37. What do you reccomend? I really want to get back in training.

  • Ellen says:

    October 24, 2012 at 01:29 pm

    I’ve been diagnosed with hip displasia and they have put me on a NSAID to help with severe pain that prevents walking at times. The next step is osteotomy if the cartilidge is even there or hip replacement when it gets too bad. What dosing of serrapeptase could I start with?

    Thank you,

    • Robert Redfern says:

      October 25, 2012 at 07:01 am

      I recommend Serranol 2 x 3 if your are going to have any chance of rescuing your hip.
      Stopping all starchy carbs and other high sugar foods and replace with vegetables and dark skinned fruits (the hip builders)
      Please ask me any more questions at
      Take good care
      Robert Redfern

  • Ellen says:

    October 24, 2012 at 01:27 pm

    How do I know dosing for after the DCR?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      October 25, 2012 at 07:01 am

      Serranol 1 x 3

  • Ellen says:

    October 24, 2012 at 01:03 pm

    Thank you!!

  • Ellen says:

    October 24, 2012 at 04:40 am

    HI – I was diagnosed with a blockage in my tear duct. The Dr. recommends surgery to place a stent in the eye or if that doesn’t work a DCR will be performed. Will serrapeptase work to deal with the blockage?


  • Kymm Hansen says:

    October 18, 2012 at 06:08 pm

    Hi Robert,
    My name is Kymm, I just turned 41, and I am a runner. About three weeks ago I fell during a run and I broke all of the fingers on my left hand (3 in 2 places, and one in 8 pieces). My fingers are being held by pins at the moment, my hand surgeon will pull the pins in 3 weeks. I have only just started taking Serrapeptase, Dr.’s Best, and I am taking 3 a day. After reading through this site, I feel like I should be taking more? What would you suggest? Thank you for your guidance.

  • Maureen Plante says:

    October 08, 2012 at 05:41 pm

    I have a question for you. I was recently told (Oct 5/12) that the major arteries in both my legs have blockages and will most likely require surgery. I am very much interested in a therapy that is less intrusive on the body, but have a question for you. I am a diabetic on medformin and glyburide twice daily (2 pills each) and also take 35 ml of insuin at night. I also have controlled high blood pressure and high cholesterol. I wonder what exactly does this Serrapeptase do? My biggest concern is that in dissolving the plaque that portions may break off which could lead to stroke or a heart attack. Once again I am interested in knowing and could possibly be interested in taking it.

  • Ben Lewis says:

    September 03, 2012 at 02:57 am

    I am two months after a heart attack and angioplasty with two stents inserted. \lucky to be alive since the angioplasty was dangerous and turned out to be complicated with me having another heart attack during the procedure. There is still (at least) one more ‘tricky’ angioplaty to go through and the doctors are extremly hesitant about going through with it since it too is dangerous. Meanwhile, I am taking Stattins which I am told are a must, but I react badly to them, with chronic fatigue and a genrel feeling simply aufull.
    A frind told me about how serrapeptase helped her for stop taking Stattins, so I thought I’d give it a try and have already purchased both the Blockbuster formula and the 80,000 serra formula.
    My heart Arteries the ones supplying blood to the heart muscle) have be diagnosed 90% percent clogged. Can Serrapeptase help elliminate the need for futher lifethreatenning angioplasty ? What dosage would you recommend ?
    Thanx !

  • Suzanne Taylor says:

    August 13, 2012 at 10:25 am

    Went to doctor in agony with lower back pain early July ’12. Had bloods done and thryoid is low and cholestrol 7.9 but doctor recommended just physio. Found your website and immediately started 2 x 80,000 serra tabs first thing on empty stomach and now early August pain free after only having 3 physio appts. I put my pain recovery down to serrapeptase.
    My question is – am I taking enough serrapeptase, how long do I carry on taking them, is their anything I can do to support my thryoid to avoid pharmaceutical drugs? (I am female 63 with no other health issues). Thank you sincerely.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      August 13, 2012 at 12:24 pm

      Good news on your relief. I have taken my serrapeptase formulas for 12 straight years and feeling great.
      You will always need Nascent Iodine drops as there is just not enough iodine in the regular diet.
      Read more about it at
      For continuing support use my hew helpdesk
      Take good care
      Robert Redfern

  • vicki frate says:

    August 07, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    Can serrapeptase help shrink an adenoma, which I’m told is a cyst, on a parathyroid gland?

  • ray says:

    August 02, 2012 at 07:05 pm

    3 stents put in lower left leg 7/20/12.
    Carotids occluded 50 & 80%. Tests before carotid surgery scheduled 8/31/12.
    Any chance mega dose serrapeptase can clean carotids enough in a month to delay/eliminate surgery?

  • Mary says:

    June 27, 2012 at 08:20 pm

    Sorry, just realized this thread was for the neuroma, but I have a related question as well: years a go I was diagnosed with a schwannoma which it seemed to me was just a ball of inflammation. I did have it surgically removed after trying accupuncture and general inflammation reducing supplements. But now my mom has one on her neck as well, do you think the serra could get rid of it so she doesn’t have to have surgery?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 29, 2012 at 05:31 am

      There are two things:
      Serranol (see
      Nascent Iodine Drops 3 drops x 3 times per day.
      Robert Redfern

  • Mary says:

    June 27, 2012 at 08:16 pm

    I’m at the chiropractor often because either my hip pops out, or my neck or other vertebrae are off. I do light exercise, stretch, do a bit of yoga, walk and yet, I still seem to have inflammation all the time around my spine. If I don’t go to a chiro it just gets worse. Whatever the reason for the inflammation, do you think serrapeptase can get rid of it permanently? Thanks!

  • Nikki says:

    May 15, 2012 at 08:56 pm


    I have had osteo arthrisitis in my spine affecting my lower back since my mid 30′s and am curious what if anything ‘serrapeptase’ can do for me?

    I would prefer a ‘cure’ for this chronic condition but in the very least I will accept an herbal/natural option to manage it.


    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 16, 2012 at 05:51 am

      Plan coming in email.

  • Daniel says:

    February 01, 2012 at 10:39 pm

    I believe I have a morton’s neuroma and stumbled across your site and ordered some Serrapeptase. Can you clarify for me the meaning of 2 x 3 and 2 x 2? I trust you mean: 2 pills/ 3x a day and then 2 pills/2 times a day. I purchased the 40,000 unit version.

    I’m going to give it a shot (just not cortisone!).

    Thanks so much,


    • Robert Redfern says:

      February 02, 2012 at 01:00 pm

      Morton’s Neuroma
      Morton’s Neuroma is a swelling on a nerve tunnel under the foot resulting in inflammation and pain which becomes chronic (because we continually walk on it). This is much like carpal tunnel on the wrist (because we continually use it).
      I get about 7 out of 10 people getting success with this plan. There are no side effects nor contraindications, even in pregnancy.
      See Morton’s Neuroma Video
      SerraPlus+ 80,000iu Capsules 1 x 3 times per day, 30mins before eating – for inflammation
      B Vitamin Complex High dose to include at 100mg Vit B6- for nerve repair (look for B4Health at the Web Store)
      Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil, massage into foot and calf once daily – Improves magnesium and oxygen levels – good for runners as well.
      CurcuminX4000 2 x 3 times per day with the serra – for nerve repair.
      It is sensible to cushion the foot during recovery and seek alternative exercises to running such running in a swimming pool or sea and/or lay on back and cycle legs in the air.

  • James Sarson says:

    November 06, 2011 at 02:53 pm

    I was suffering from Aches and pains all over, my doctor said I have probably got damaged cartlidge in my knee which will settle after two or thee months my back needs more exercise like walking swimming etc’ and I probably have arthritis in my joints, he recomended Pain killers which gave me stomache diaria and they made me feel drowsy. I I was not happy until a friend recommended serepeptase. after a few weeks of taking them I felt a lot better and after a few months I felt as if I was cured so I stoped taking them, after a few months without the serrapeptase my aches returned, so I started taking the serrapeptase again and my aches started to dissapeare my problem is If I take these tablets long term (i have been taking them fo around two years now) will they have any side effects or have you heard of anyone with aches and pains who have ended up worst?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      November 06, 2011 at 04:38 pm

      There are no long term side effect. My wife and I have taken them for 12 years and life just gets better. We have moved over to Serranol now for the extra anti ageing benefits. See

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