The right serrapeptase dosage depends on several factors. It can be prescribed for conditions such as Type 2 diabetes and certain cardiovascular problems. Most physicians recommend between one and three tablets to be taken on an empty stomach. The amount of medicine in capsule form is calculated in iu measurements. A standard prescription of 90 capsules has roughly 80,000 iu per capsule. They can also contain trace amounts of various minerals that do not interfere with the main ingredient’s chemical action.
Some people are given a serrapeptase dosage for blockages in their arteries. Some doctors will write an initial prescription for 40,000 IUs per capsule, which is also sometimes called a “blockbuster” dosage. Patients with more serious arterial blockages may also be given a secondary medication for quicker symptom relief. Both of these medications may be adjusted according to different health conditions. Common secondary medications include Curcumin X-4000 or OxySorb. Patients under a doctor’s care for artery blockages are also advised to follow a healthy diet along with treatment. Some may be advised to make significant dietary changes in order to keep arterial blockages from building up and worsening.
Serrapeptase does not have a current upper limit for standard dosages. Many physicians report that extra dosages are helpful in most cases. They usually tell their patients to take the medication at least 30 minutes prior to eating in order to avoid any possible interference or unpleasant side effects. They also emphasize the importance of exercise and diet while taking this medicine.
Some people report that they see little improvement in their conditions during the first few weeks of treatment. A recommended reduced dosage is about three capsules per day for three or four months unless otherwise advised. Many people on this course of treatment also keep records of any noticeable changes in their condition, whether positive or negative.
A serrapeptase dosage is sometimes prescribed for reducing the appearance of scars on the skin, whether from surgical procedures or from injuries. Doctors often report that different patients respond to this treatment after a few months of consistent dosage. Skipping dosages can lead to fewer positive results in many cases. Improvement can also depend on skin elasticity and on any other health conditions that may interfere with the serrapeptase in some cases.