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Serrapeptase Dosage


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.


125 Responses to Serrapeptase Dosage

  • Kevin says:

    September 12, 2014 at 03:44 am

    Thanks for the great article. My wife has a rare condition where literally all of her joints are stuck. Surgery years ago revealed loads of scar tissue in the front of her knee joint and none in the back. She drank contaminated water in NYC in 1993 , literally over night this happened. We ant to try this, was also wonder in if there is a topical form to maybe combine with DMSO. She is on a great health program now, but we want to try and free these joints up. What would be a max dose? Thanks….

    • Robert Redfern says:

      September 12, 2014 at 04:20 pm

      No topical exists.
      Serranol 2 caps x 3 times per day
      Ancient Minerals Magnesium OIL ULTRA massage into muscles near joints daily.
      See both at

  • Daniel ANDRE says:

    September 09, 2014 at 09:37 am

    Despite my reading the overwhelming literature regarding serrapetase on the internet, I have never been able to obtain a clear, definite and reliable answer as to whether this supplement is safe when taken with a mixture of plavix and aspirin. I have to take duoplavin (plavix and aspirin) and fear taking serra for my blocked carotid as the mixture could bring about cerebral hemmoragea.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      September 09, 2014 at 05:54 pm

      I guess you have not asked me as this is the answer you would have had:
      Serrapeptase is safe to take with all drugs and does not thin the blood.
      It has been taken in very high doses by hundreds of thousands of users for 15 years with no side effects.
      Robert Redfern

  • mark says:

    September 06, 2014 at 12:01 pm

    HiRobert my wife has a mechanical mitral valve but also suffers badly with her back and gets a lot of pain from it.will serrappeptase help relieve the pain.she also takes 10mg warfarin a day and 3.125 mg x2 aday carvedilol.I have been using serrappeptase for a while for various reasons to do with bodybuilding but I think I am not taking enough as I take2400 in the morn only.I would greatly appreciate a reply.thank you.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      September 07, 2014 at 12:09 pm

      Yes she can use serrapetase with warfarin but I will answer in greater detail on my help desk.

  • maya says:

    August 23, 2014 at 08:49 pm

    Dear Robert, i am 35 and have very swallen, firm Bartholin gland-cyst for past 2weeks (uninfected). I took Serrapeptase 120,000 1xday for the past 3days. No effect yet. Should i increase to 2xday, would that be safe and for how long?
    Thanks for everything!
    Best, Maya

    • Robert Redfern says:

      August 23, 2014 at 09:23 pm

      I recommend:
      SerraEnzyme 250,000iu 2 caps x 4 times per day
      Nascent Iodine Drops 19 drops x 4 times per day
      Daily Immune Protection 1 cap x 2 times per day
      See these at
      You can take 4 x 4 of the ones you have in the meantime.
      Robert Redfern
      Contact me at for more help.

      • Alyssa says:

        August 28, 2014 at 03:33 am

        Dear Robert,
        I’ve had a uninfected bartholin cyst for about 9 months now could I use serrapeptase to rid of it? It stays the same size for the most part and doctors don’t want to lance it or remove the gland just told me to leave it alone I just want it gone !

        • Robert Redfern says:

          August 29, 2014 at 07:29 am

          I have a successful plan to clear cysts and put this question on the help desk
          Serrapeptase is only part of it.
          Robert Redfern

  • Liz Rivera says:

    August 03, 2014 at 12:01 am

    My right tube has a hole in it and my right tube has a blockage. I have done HsG and had surgery to try and fix my tube. I was told only ivf can help me. Would this work for me and if so what would I need to do to fix it? I’ve been wanting a baby for a long time

    • Robert Redfern says:

      August 03, 2014 at 09:08 am

      I am convinced that my recovery plan is the best chance you have to clear the blockage and hopefully repair the hole.
      This is my plan below:

      Robert Redfern

  • Paula says:

    August 01, 2014 at 01:27 pm

    I am just about to start taking Serrapeptase and my partner would like to do so too. He has angina and still undergoing tests to see what’s happening to him. The angiograms have been very painful with extensive bruising and bumpy. the doctors have given asprin amongst other drugs including statins which give him massive headaches. He has stopped taking some of the drugs except the blood thinners including asprin. In another article it clearly says do not use serrapeptase with these thinners. What is your opinion. p.s. I believe the headaches are a strong anti drug/chemical response and a way of the body saying no.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      August 02, 2014 at 06:06 am

      My experience and opinion is that serrapeptase is not a blood thinner and can be taken with blood thinners. He needs a proper recovery plan to clear this up and get off these drugs.
      I am emailing my eBook on this and come back to me at to refine a plan for him.
      Robert Redfern

  • Helena says:

    July 29, 2014 at 05:24 am

    i am allergic to shrimp, crab and lobster and have been told it’s because of their high iodine content. could this be true and should i therefore be concerned about taking the nascent iodine?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 30, 2014 at 02:45 pm

      You would be dead if you were allergic to Iodine. I cannot imagine anyone except a medical doctor saying this.
      Robert Redfern

  • Nicole says:

    July 26, 2014 at 05:36 pm

    Hi. My father, 62 year old male, 6ft tall, 225 lbs with Hep C, had a pretty bad motorcycle accident 6 days ago. He has a broken shoulder and plenty of road rash (similar to 3rd degree burns) and a few open wounds that have been infected. He began taking the Best High Potency Serrapeptase 120,000 SPUs this morning but because we aren’t sure of the dosage, he is following the reccommended dosage on the bottle. He’s taking it along with Genacol’s Bio-active Collagen Matrix (1200 mg per 3 capsules).
    That dosage was reccommended to be doubled (as per the distributor) 3 pills in the morning and 3 at night on an empty stomach.

    Would you please help with Serrapeptase dosage. Thank you very much.

  • Sara says:

    June 27, 2014 at 05:33 pm

    Hello…a doctor recommended serrapeptase to me as I suffer from a variety of things that he feels are caused by inflammation – migraines, joint issues, acute colitis. However, I also take synthroid and cytomel for hypothyroidism. I take these meds first thing in the morning and I know I’m supposed to avoid vitamens and minerals until after lunch. What dose and and schedule do you think I should follow? Thanks so much!

  • Stephanie says:

    June 22, 2014 at 03:53 am

    My husband had a liver transplant 4 months ago. He developed spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and now has severe ascites. He accumulates about 8 liters every 5 days and has to be tapped for relief. We ordered Serrapeptase 80,000u. He has been taking 3 tabs 3 times a day as directed, but we have not seen any improvement yet. What is the maximum – or recommended – dosage for ascites?

  • simona says:

    June 19, 2014 at 09:35 pm

    I am Simona, please help me, I am at stage 1 endometriosis and I had a laparoscopy to cut my adhesion from an inflamation …….. true my peritoneum area.Laparoscopy was not for endometriosis.
    Hom much serrapeptaze I can take to eliminate the risk to not have anymore those adhesions…

    thank you very much

  • Mini says:

    June 18, 2014 at 11:39 am


    I have ordered Doctor’s Best Serrapeptase, DIM and Multi Vitamins for my uterine fibroids. I have ordered 40,000 IU and wanted to know more about the dosage of Serrapeptase and DIM to clear up my fibroids. I am experiencing excruciating pain in my stomach and it becomes better when I take Vitex tincture. Now i wnat to use Serrapeptase to get rid of teh problem. Help!

  • wolfgang says:

    May 30, 2014 at 11:01 pm

    I am reading that serrapeptase is useful in dealing with peyronie’s disease. Can you recommend this and if so, amounts to take?

  • Alicia says:

    May 10, 2014 at 01:53 am

    Will SerrApeptase help, rid biliary colic, gall stones, etc? If so when should it be taken and how much is advised?

  • Bevin Jackson says:

    May 08, 2014 at 11:10 pm

    I have been reading a lot about serrapeptase and finally ordered some – my problem is mild osteoarthritis in the hands, knees and big toes. What would be the best dosage to start with? I also take all categories of vitamins, eat a very healthy organic diet where possible, exercise and don’t drink alcohol. I am 73 years old. Any advice would be warmly appreciated.
    B.J. Niagara Falls, Canada.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 09, 2014 at 12:15 pm

      Dear Bevin,
      Serrapeptase does not have any studies for OA and so I created a formulation called Serranol which as other things such as cur cumin that does have good studies for OA.
      Have to stopped grans and cereals one of the main caused of OA. Even organic grains cause problems. The best grains are no grains.
      Also add Ancient Minerals Magnesium OIL ULTRA, massage into your leg muscles daily to deliver Magnesium and OptiMSM.

      See both of these at
      If you have already purchased ordinary serrapeptase simply take one of these with the Serranol caps to use them up.

  • Monique says:

    May 04, 2014 at 01:15 pm

    I was diagnosed with Barrett’s Disease and take 20mg Pariet daily.
    I also take Omeltec 20mg daily for High Blood Pressure Crestor 10mg daily and Plavix 75 mg daily for Blocked Carotid Arteries..
    Can I take Serrapeptase? Thank you

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 05, 2014 at 05:17 am

      Dear Monique,
      Barrett’s is an auto immune and this could even be responsible for the blocked arteries and HBP.
      The successful plan below includes the diet you must follow and without the diet I recommend you follow it in detail.

      Robert Redfern

  • Darrell McBroom says:

    May 04, 2014 at 02:22 am

    I have been told I have pulmonary fibrosis, after a lot research I have decided to start on a regiment of serrapeptase.. I just received my order today of 80,000 iu tablets. I am kind of mixed up on wait time before and after eating; any suggestions?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 04, 2014 at 06:13 am

      Take 3 caps 30mins before each meal and the last 3 at bedtime.
      Serrapeptase will only ever give relief. Only stopping all grains and cereals will clear this as they are the cause.
      Robert Redfern

  • Gillian says:

    May 01, 2014 at 12:36 am

    I have ordered Blockbuster in the hope that it will help with my high blood pressure, I believe that it is caused by inflammation as I carry all my excess weight around my waist.
    I am 54 and also suffer with floaters in the eyes, I am recently diagnosed type 2 diabetic and have insomnia.
    What else should I be taking? Any advice will be welcomed

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 01, 2014 at 06:44 pm

      Your high Blood Pressure will be caused by the same reason as your diabetes – starchy carb and high sugar foods.
      Follow my plan here and both will be cleared within 27 days:
      Robert Redfern

  • Lisa says:

    April 25, 2014 at 01:53 pm

    Hubby has bells palsy with 120000 u help

  • Lesley says:

    April 13, 2014 at 09:58 pm

    I broke my humerus and dislocated my elbow 10 weeks ago. Two days later, I had ORIF surgery with 4 plates used to reconstruct my elbow. About 4 weeks following surgery, some aggressive physical therapy caused an irritation (entrapment?) of my ulner nerve leading to burning pain on the top of my hand and stiffness and some numbness in my 4th and 5th finger. I have been taking Serraenzyme 250K IU (3 caps, 3 x/day) for about 9 days now and the pain in my hand has decreased about 80%, although the stiffness/numbness hasn’t changed much. I plan to continue taking Serraenzyme, but I’m wondering how long I should stay at this dose and when I should step down to a lower dose. Also, I’m wondering about taking Nattokinase with it. Any other suggestions would be very welcome. Thanks.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 14, 2014 at 05:10 am

      Other than cost there is no rush to lower the dosage.
      I suggest adding CurcuminX4000 to take with the SerraEnzyme to help repair the nerve damage.

  • Gavin says:

    April 07, 2014 at 01:08 am

    About 7 years ago, I had a terrible flu with incredibly violent coughing. After 3 days or no sleep, I was in the Doctor’s office, I passed out and he gave me Codeine Linctus and Stillnox. One of those gave me relief enough to finally sleep. In the years following, I’ve had symptoms very similar to post nasal drip. Constantly having to clear my throat, snoring, colds hit me harder and longer, intense coughing fits with no relief. My current theory is I have got scar tissue in either the trachea or bronchi as I have a constant “itch” in that area – too low for a cough to provide any relief.
    I have started taking Serra Enzyme 80,000IU, 3 tabs x 3 times daily. In the absence of any new information from any future Doctor’s/Specialist’s appointment, I plan to do this for a week, then drop to 1 tab x 3 times daily for 3 – 4 months.
    I’d very much appreciate any input you may have to my condition, treatment, etc. Have read through all the comments and replies above and found it very informative.



    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 07, 2014 at 12:04 pm

      It is a good start. In future go for SerraEnzyme 250,000iu caps
      You can add Prescript Assist as well. See

  • Anne says:

    April 02, 2014 at 08:03 pm

    Hi, I have an osteoma-bone tumor-in my sinus cavity. Found in 1995 it is now quite large. Des have not wanted to remove but if my airways become compromised they will have no choice but to remove. I will try anything you suggest. Thank you!

  • Jean says:

    April 01, 2014 at 10:18 pm

    On 2/12/14 I had a root canal on an upper molar with a root extending into my sinus. My dentist started me on amoxicillin, then the endo added metronidazole, and when I still had inflamed sinuses and swollen lymph nodes, the endo had me try two, 3-day rounds of dexamathasone, a week apart. When I was still no better, he sent me to my family doc who prescribed cefdinir & recommended I start using the neti pot, which I did. Also tried tea tree oil in my nostrils, but even diluted, it caused irritation.. After the 3rd antibiotic about 10 days ago, I STILL had sinusitis–there was never any drainage, just swelling and stuffiness, and head/neck pressure when bending down; also, I did have some white spots in my nostrils.

    Totally frustrated, I finally I started with the homeopathic stuff: adding thieves oil to my nasal rinse, using SinusBuster (capsaicin) and re-starting serrapeptase. And FINALLY I’m seeing improvement and the white spots in my nose are almost gone. Anything else you can recommend? Thanks.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 02, 2014 at 06:58 pm

      SerraEnzyme 250,000iu 1 cap x 4 times per day
      Prescript Assist 1 cap x 2 times per day, opened and mixed with a little food.
      Nascent Iodine Drops 10 drops x 4 times per day in 25ml of water, swish around your mouth for 30 secs and then swallow.

      See them at
      Robert Redfern

  • Joaquin says:

    March 29, 2014 at 04:35 pm

    I take 3 capsules of Doctors Best Serrapeptase @ 40,000 units/capsule.

    I am using them in conjunction with diet and exercise to control my blood levels of cholesterol.

    Should these be taken all at once, or spread out over the day?


    • Robert Redfern says:

      March 29, 2014 at 04:54 pm

      Spread out over the day but you will find Serranol will do a better job. See

  • Sonia says:

    March 28, 2014 at 05:22 pm

    Hi Robert,
    I’ve read that serrapeptase is beneficial in alliviating eye floaters. Please let me know what your thoughts are on this.
    Thank you!

  • Jo says:

    March 26, 2014 at 04:03 pm

    Hi, I have been told i have bilateral tubual blockage can serrapeptase help me or it it a waste of time and money, I am wanting a baby and at the end of my patience.

  • Janna says:

    March 17, 2014 at 07:05 pm

    Hi, there. My husband has been suffering from Dupuytren’s for several years and the pain in his hands has become almost unbearable. He is no longer able to play guitar, which is heartbreaking on its own, but he is also a carpenter by trade and is having great difficulty with handling tools now as well. He was told by a friend that they had heard Serrapeptase had cured others with Dupuytren’s so we think we’d like to try it. Do you agree that this could be a viable treatment, and what dosage would you recommend?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      March 18, 2014 at 10:50 am

      I get best success with this difficult with:
      SerraPlus+ 2 caps x 3 times per day
      Ancient Minerals Magnesium OIL ULTRA (massaging into hands and arm muscles daily).
      See them both at

  • cornelius says:

    March 15, 2014 at 06:30 am

    I have just been diagnosed of sarcoidosis. I am dead scared of the adverse effect of prednisolone. Therefore i opted for serrapeptase. What dosage would you advise?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      March 15, 2014 at 02:56 pm

      This is the Sarcoidosis Plan.

      Robert Redfern

      • cornelius says:

        March 16, 2014 at 07:17 am

        Please kindly advise me on the daily dosage. I started using serrapeptase yesterday, 2 tablets in the morning before food and 2 tablets 2 hours after dinner. Is this right?

        • Robert Redfern says:

          March 18, 2014 at 10:45 am

          Yes that is OK.
          I recommend 30mins before each meal and last thing at bedtime.

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    February 27, 2014 at 04:23 am

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    about the issue and found most individuals will go along with your views on this site.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      February 27, 2014 at 06:29 am

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  • Jaide says:

    August 20, 2013 at 10:42 pm

    Hi Rob,
    I was researching alternative treatment for bilateral tubal blockage and uterine Fibroids and i’ve been trying for babies.
    I’d like guidiance on use of serrapeptase and the dosage.
    Would this enzyme work in clearing the tubal blockage and the fibroids? Hoew long do I have to take them before it’s cleared?

  • Maui says:

    August 07, 2013 at 01:34 am

    Hi, I had surgery for a fracture around my eye socket area in 2004 (I was 15). It was a year later that I noticed that I have developed a lump on my right cheek, on the same side where I also had my surgery. After extensive research, I found out that it was scar tissue. My right cheek is noticeably plumper than the other side and my doctor discouraged to have another surgery to have it removed because it might cause nerve damage. Anyway, I did more research and came across serrapeptase. I bought a bottle and each capsule contains “40,000 serratiopeptidase units”(it’s from doctor’s best). Now I am wondering if this would help me get rid of the scar tissue on my face after all these years or at least improve it a bit? How many should I take everyday? Should I get a different brand?

    I’d really appreciate your help! Thanks!

  • Joyce says:

    August 06, 2013 at 03:12 pm

    Also, in 1993 I had 6 lumps/toxic goiter my thyroid removed, kept my weight/health in balance with diet/exercise (until past 3 years). I am also in the middle of menopause and dealing with the fatique/lack of energy that goes along with that. Is the serrapeptase ok and is there anything else I should add? Thanks!

  • Joyce says:

    August 06, 2013 at 02:54 pm

    I’m a 54 y/o woman who just started taking serrapeptase for pain in my right leg/hip. It’s almost like it needs to crack when sitting too long or getting in and out of my car. If it cracks, it’s not bad but when it doesn’ the paion radiates down to my knee. As for diet, I used to eat healthy but for past 3 years chose to eat whatever I wanted and gained 30lbs. Now eating good again but having difficult time exercising due to pain in my leg/hip. Also deal with some carpal tunnel in right hand. 25 years ago had a morton’s neuroma removed from right foot. I do feel better after only a few days taking the serrapeptase, I’m taking 120,000 2x’s day. Since started taking it’s easier to stay away from sugar/carbs. Is this ok to continue? thanks

  • Celia says:

    June 09, 2013 at 09:17 pm

    Hello Robert,

    Yesterday my husband and I started taking Serrapeptase, 2 capsules at 100,00 iu.

    I have had MS for 18 years, thank-fully not too comprimised. Just wondering if this is the correct amount for me and also my husband who has arthritis.

    Thank-you for your time, Celia

  • K vaz says:

    May 28, 2013 at 05:03 pm

    Hi. I have asthma, allergic rhinitis and nasal polyps. I also have tinnitus and suffer from lots of ear problems, mostly due to inflammation (probably mostly allergy/weather related). I control my asthma quite well with prescribed medication. The polyps are what is giving me the most trouble as i cannot breath properly theough the nose and have many sleepless nights. I had an operation to remove them a few years ago, but they came back after a couple of years. I have tried many other avenues in the past, including homeopathy, acupuncture, kinesiology and bicom therapy. I even tried herbal medicin but I seem to be allergic to alcohol so that didn’t work either. I have recently started taking serrapeptase and keep praying that it works. I take 2 capsules (80,000IU) twice a day and started 2 weeks ago. No change as yet but I was wondering if this is a supplement that could help me and if so, what dosage I should be taking. Also, I know you are supposed to have them on an empty stomach. Is it ok to have the evening dose last thing at night or do I need to take them on an empty stomach but half an hour before food??

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 29, 2013 at 11:31 am

      I can help here:
      Increase the Serrapeptase to 2 x 3 times per day, 30mins before each meal
      MSM+Silver Drops in each ear 2-3 times per day
      Nascent Iodine Drops 4 drops x 4 times over the day, in a little water
      You can get the above at

      Stop all carbs and high sugar foods. Also stop all dairy products.

      • K vaz says:

        May 29, 2013 at 02:42 pm

        Thanks. I am increasing the serrapeptase from today. I am a little confused though. The nascent iodine on the website you mention says that it is for energy and thyroid problems. How would it help the polyps? Also, the MSM+silverdrops is mentioned to be for the eyes. How would it reduce inflammation in my ears?

        • Robert Redfern says:

          May 29, 2013 at 04:23 pm

          Iodine is for 50 reasons around the body.
          MSM+Silver is awsome for the ears. I have 2 perforated eardrums and it keeps infections 100% clear for me.
          Make sure you have selenium in your diet wither as a supplement or 4 brazil nuts everyday.

  • Jade Thompson says:

    May 28, 2013 at 04:57 pm

    Hi there

    I was recommend serrapeptase for endometriosis , and irritable bowl syndrome wich was caused by the endometriosis . I have stage 4 , and was told I have tissue on many of my organs . The health shop said that 10 mg tablet 3 times a day , is this enough considering my condition ?

  • carol zimmerman says:

    May 26, 2013 at 03:24 am

    I am taking prednisone for Polymyalgia Rheumatica. Is it ok to take serrapeptase with this steroid?

  • C. M. K. says:

    May 24, 2013 at 05:45 pm

    My husband had 2 stents put in his right coronary artery 7 months ago. Then he had a brain hemmorage that night due to blood thinners. He is recovering nicely from the brain hemmorage and from his heart attack. He has 2 other areas in another artery with some plaque. He has high LDL. He takes 20 mg of lisinoprel, 50 mg of metoprolol tartrate, and a low dose aspirin daily. He can’t take statins because of side effects and he is not on blood thinners because of the brain hemmorage.
    I would like him to take serrapeptease, but I am concerned because of the brain hemmorage that it might open the area in his brain where it has healed. Any suggestions?


  • Andrea says:

    May 23, 2013 at 01:05 pm

    hi robert,
    my dad has type 1 diabetes since he was a teenager so nearly 40 years he has many problems due to it, include cardiovascolar problems (he got few surgery in his legs for blood circulation) and he has pain in his legs due to nerves problems as the doctor says diabetic neuropathy, few months ago he strated to have vision problems in one eye called retinal thrombosis the diabetes is the cause here as well, i would like to let him start with serrapeptase (doctor best 40000ui)9 caps a day for the first week and then something like 3 a day for few months or even more, i m aware that it won’t solve the problems but can it be a good way to go?
    kind regards

  • Chris says:

    May 19, 2013 at 01:33 am

    I found your site as I was researching uses for Serrapeptase. I have taken Serrapeptase before for a skin condition and it worked wonders for me. My question to you is I just had outpatient right hip arthroscopy this past Wed. May 15th for repair of a labrum (cartilage) tear in my right hip from an injury I had a few years ago. The surgery went very well, only lasted for 45 mins, and they put in a plastic type material very small “anchor” the size of a pencil eraser into my right hip along with some small sutures to repair the torn labrum. I would like to take my Serrapeptase to speed the healing and reduce post surgery inflammation, but am concerned that the Serrapeptase might “eat away” at the sutures and/or anchor that was put in surgically? Can I safely take the Serrapeptase? In other words, what exactly does this enzyme “eat away” at that is non-vital to the human body? Would it harm a plastic anchor and /or the sutures inside my body? Thank you. I tried searching this site to see if anyone else asked a similar question and did not find one (aka someone who may have had a hip replacement or knee replacement where they used artificial materials and placed them in the joint as part of the repair process. and any detrimental effects on these materials resulting from taking Serrapeptase.)

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 19, 2013 at 10:44 am

      1. Serrapeptase can be restarted after surgery 24-48 hours afterwards.
      2. It will not eat anything away other than excess scar tissue.

  • nicci says:

    May 17, 2013 at 07:16 pm

    My partner Dave has had serious problems with blocked arteries. We are currently using serrapeptase 80.000 up to six a day now, q10, vit c, homocysteine lowering caps, olive leave extract, liquid magnesium. But he has an operation and feels he is not getting better, still very tired, and he also had some tia’s before the operation, as they let hime so long for this. He also has diabetes 2, and a very high cholesterol and not too good ‘good cholesterol’. The doctors make of course a lot of fuss about this last thing, don’t pay attention to his complaints, statins seems to be the only answer. Anything you can advice?

  • Johanna Elias says:

    May 11, 2013 at 08:38 pm

    I am 71, am a vegetarian, used to lightly smoke and have emphysema. My immune system is strong, rarely get a cold, have no allergies, sleep well. Because of my poor breathing I am inactive, use inhalers and an oxygen compressor for 3 hours nightly. The only things I take are lisinapril for high BP and natural suppliments. I recently bought “BlockbusterAllClear” by GoodHealthNaturally (before I knew that I could get it from you) and I live on SS which limits me money-wise. I hope you can advise/help me but if you can’t..bless you for all that you do help! Be well, Johanna

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 18, 2013 at 06:17 am

      BlockBusterAllclear is my formulation as well and I would not have recommended this as the best for you. The basic plan for Emphysemais, see is below:

      Serranol – Delivers SerraEnzyme Serrapeptase, Curcuminx4000, Eclonia Cava (Seanol) and Vit D3 – 2 caps x 3 times per day, 30 mins before eating a meal, with water, and reduce to 1 x 3 after a good relief.
      Nascent Iodine Drops – Promotes healthy immune system. Take 3 drops x 3 times per day in water. (a deficiency is a definite cause of fibrosis)
      Magnesium Oil Spray Ultra with OptiMSM® – Increases absorption of magnesium and reduces pain. Spray liberally onto skin such as arms and legs to cover a wide area for absorption.
      If this is still too much then use SerraPlus+ instead of Serranol.
      I have emailed my ebook on Emphysema and you need to consider the diet as this is critical for this condition and going forward for the rest of your life.
      Please get back to me anytime you need help at

      Take good care of yourself
      Robert S Redfern aged 67 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.

      Everyday my creator thanks me for being the best I can be
      and trying to be even better.
      Makes the struggle all the more worthwhile.

  • Martine Bishop says:

    May 09, 2013 at 06:04 pm

    is it ok to take serrapeptase while on 8 mg of coumadin a day ? I have blood clots in the lower left leg due to surgery on my ankle. And what would you recommend for dosage ?

  • debbie says:

    May 03, 2013 at 01:59 pm

    Hi, I am a 59 yr old female that has had fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue for 23 yrs. I would like to know if serrapeptase would benefit me? I so, what dosage would you recommend?

    Thank you kindly

  • Lisa White says:

    April 07, 2013 at 06:50 am

    This is for a friend of mine who wants to know what is a good amount of serrapeptase (dosage) to take to clean arteries and lower cholesterol, I am going to recommend to him the Serranol. How much and for how long, please advise Thank you!

  • christine macalla says:

    April 01, 2013 at 02:52 pm

    I have severe chronic Lyme. What dose of serrapeptase should I be taking? My older dogs have it also, what dose would I give them weighting approx 50pds?

  • Mary Lee Hill says:

    January 31, 2013 at 08:42 am

    Hi Robert,
    My husband Bob has been diagnosed over the recent past years with the following : Rheumatoid as well as Psoriatic Arthritis, Diabetes (type 2) – which his doctor put him on Metformin pill AND a “natural” type insulin to regulate blood sugar & the pancreas activity. Bob’s blood pressure tonight was 90/60 and his pulse was 98 right after he got out of the shower after work and he has NOT taken his meds tonight (only the meds for morning time). He is supposed to take an 81mg baby aspirin per the doctor. He also put Bob on 2 meds for Cholesterol – Crestor & Simvastatin. He has in the last 6 months been having an annoying issue with post nasal drip and coughing and was told by the walk in facility here that he has a bacterial virus and put him on anti-biotics Z-pack for 5 days but it is not all gone so I told him maybe he should go back to the walk in clinic to get a second round of antibiotics. If that doctor is right, the problem should go away soon. He is also having to taking cough medicine once or twice a week so the cough doesn’t wake him up at night. As for his primary physician, I think the Dr. is overloading him on prescription drugs. Bobby feels just as bad now as he did before all the meds. What started his bad health was back in 2007 Oct. when he began complaining that his left rib was hurting and found a local doctor. The dr. took some blood work and x-ray etc and advised Bob that he had the diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and a clogged artery seen thru a scan. His primary also told him to see a gastro doctor which he did (This all came up the first year). The Gastro Dr. said it was his gallbladder referring pain to the left side. He went in and had the gallbladder removed. They checked him 2 months later and said he had irritation in the duodenum and put him on an acid reducer prescription med. Then he went to his arthritis doctor and was told he had costrochondritis in his rib cage hence the rib pain as now it is also in his sternum as well as both sides of the ribs. He has trouble lifting his arms over his head as it pulls in the rib area. Sometime his ribs are throbbing, aching, giving him sharp jolting pains which come and go fairly quickly within a minute or two. He has tried acupuncture and although it helps with his hips, knees, neck and back…. it does not help his rib pain. Our chiropractor works on him as well. I have been studding natural ways and although his primary was totally against this, I put Bobby on Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics, a Men’s One a Day with Prostate Health and green plants formulations. I also put him on Turmeric. I am trying to get him to drink more water each day – he is not real good at that but improving in that area. I just don’t want him to get dehydrated. He had decided to do oral chelation therapy and started about 9 months ago. He also has spinal stenosis. Because of his diabetes, I believe that may be why he has a bit of neuropathy in his left leg and foot on occasion. It seems to come and go. Sometimes part of his leg is numb and then other times it goes away. I have been reading up on the Doctor’s Best Serrapeptase 40,000 units which I just bought (there are 270 Veggie Caps) in the bottle and the dosage amount I have noticed is different all over the net. I don’t agree with Bob’s primary doctor with some of his tactics and practices and when we told him we wanted to try and put my husband on the probiotics and digestive enzymes, his response was ” if it were me, I would not do it “. Doesn’t he want to see Bobby get better ? All of his meds have not worked (( oh, and he is prescribing oxycodone for pain and my husband does not want to take it because he is afraid of getting addicted to it so he only takes once in a great while. The doctor also has him taking Naprosyn every day for inflammation (morning only but when pain is really bad takes at night too). My husband has been in pain for the pasts 5 years and it seems that each year brings on more symptoms or diagnosis’. He is under much stress with work and is 59 years old. He is hoping to retire from his day job in a year or so but will have plenty of work to keep him going with managing real estate property. when will this vicious cycle end with his health? Poor Guy! He has been miserable and goes to work every day anyway. He finds that he has to lay down before showering to give his back and ribs a rest, then he needs to lay down after the shower, then when he gets home from the office he has to lay down again. With all of this going on, is it possible for you to instruct us on how much Serrapeptase would be best for him at this point? Do you think he should take 2 or 3 tablets a couple of times a day since 1 capsule is 40,000 units? Should he go off of the aspirin, the oral chelation and possibly the blood pressure meds while on the Serrapeptase ? Any suggestions you have would be much appreciated because we know this primary dr is doing Bobby no favors. I am also concerned about his liver with taking all of those prescription drugs. Robert, I look forward to hearing from you and hope you can shed some light on some things. WE would appreciate any help you can provide. We want to see him out of pain but want to do it safely. If you have suggestions, bring them on …. we are listening.
    Mary Lee Hill

    • Robert Redfern says:

      February 01, 2013 at 06:38 am

      Mary Lee,
      Doesn’t he want to see Bobby get better ? Now that is a question I can answer. The training (brainwashing) for doctors is carefully managed to make sure they do not believe in reversing disease. This is so they can be persuaded by drug company reps to manage disease. Drug companies only get money when you are sick and so why would they practice health care when they only make money with disease care? The drug companies are the most profitable and powerful companies in the world and bribe politicians and doctors to do their bidding. They are fined billions of $ for this ($12billion in the last few years) but it is pocket money compared to their massive income.
      All you and anyone can do to get out of their clutches by living a perfect lifestyle to get healthy and stay healthy. What is a perfect lifestyle? Consider this. It may be that every, person, politician, doctor, scientist is telling untruths either deliberately or they are simply mistaken about everything. You do not care whether they are telling lies or simply mistaken. It is still your health, wealth and security which is at stake.
      Now is the time for you to take responsibility for these three parts of your life and make a decision on what you are going to do to fix it all. Since you sent me a long email I am guessing you are starting to take this responsibility.
      Do you want my recovery plan which is primarily lifestyle and supplements? See the lifestyle plan attached before you say yes. It really means big changes.

      Please get back to me anytime you need help at

      Take good care of yourself
      Robert S Redfern aged 67 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.

  • RYAN says:

    January 26, 2013 at 06:50 am

    How about usage for overall muscular flexibility and joint mobility? I’ve heard of people using it for this reason as well. Have you heard of this? Does it help and if so at what dosage and how long?

  • Jodie says:

    January 13, 2013 at 01:55 pm

    can I use this product to shrink or eliminate fibroid tumors. It has been reccommended that I get a hysterectomy due to complications from the fibroids. Thanks for your input.

  • Charles Tyler says:

    December 31, 2012 at 02:19 pm

    I have had 2 strokes over the last 6 years, endarectomys bilateral and stents in left corotid and right illiac. Now I have a 70% blockage in my left corotid up within the cranium. We are now on Plavix with 320 mg aspirin to help prevent further blockage. Had a colorectal bleed that put me in the hospital for 4 days and left me very anemic. Will Serrapeptase treatments reduce the blockage in my corotid?? I understand that surgery will be very dangerous but I don’t want to exist on blood thinners for life either.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      December 31, 2012 at 05:08 pm

      This plan and diet will fix you completely and you can get my unlimited help at

      Robert Redfern

  • Zarina says:

    November 24, 2012 at 07:23 am

    Is serrapeptase only for artery blockage, I have been diagnosed with cysts and fibroids in my stomach, and also have gallstones. I wake up every morning with extreme pain in my lower spine and knees. I have to wait six months for a physiotherapist as the doctor has referred me. I am taking 2 co-dydramols on waking up for pain relief, and a multivitamin tablet two hours later and 2 co-enzyme Q10 tablets in the afternoon. I am taking the co-enzyme Q10 to give me some energy as I am suffering from fatigue, I can’t lift my head from feeling so tired. I also have an overactive thyroid but haven’t been given any medication for that. It’s very debilitating as I can’t do much in the day and feel hopeless. I have taken serrapeptase in the past and found it helped with the inflammation but it was very expensive, £40 every month was too much for me and I felt I would have to take it for life. I dont think the doctors would prescribe it to me, I feel hopeless as the doctors are just not taking me seriously and I am in immense pain. Please could you help me with some information about taking serrapeptase for the above problems. Thank you, I would be very grateful.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      November 24, 2012 at 08:40 am

      You need to change your diet and stop all starchy carbs: wheat, cereals, white rice and other high sugar foods and drinks. In facts stop any un-natural processed foods. These are the things that feed your cysts and fibroids and you have to stop them all completely. It is not much use taking supplements when you are not dealing with the things that cause it. Eat God-made foods, not man-made foods. See the attachment for food and lifestyle guidance.

      You can stop the CoQ10 and multi vitamin tablets to save money when you have finished them and take the following instead:
      1. Nascent Iodine Drops – Take 4 drops x 4 times per day in a little water
      2. SerraEnzyme 80,000iu caps, take 1 x 3 times per day, 30mins before eating a meal.
      3. ActiveLife 90 liquid vitamins and minerals – take 15ml with breakfast and evening meal.

      See these things at of telephone them on 0800-015-1580 to place an order (ask about special offers to save you money eg 3+1 bottle free etc).

      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.

  • Dee says:

    September 22, 2012 at 05:29 pm

    I have recently been diagnosed with Pulmonary Sarcoidosis and have been using Doctor’s Best 40,000su for a couple of weeks. I realize it is far too early to see any positive results, but am concerned that 1 capsule 3 times a day is insufficient to help me significantly.
    At this point my Sarcoid is more of an annoyance than greatly impacting my day to day function. With adjustments to how I do things I can pretty much do all I could before this happened. I have changed my reasonably good diet to one that includes even more vegetables, rarely eat red meat, drink 90 to 120 oz of water every day, plus walk 30 minutes every night.
    I have noticed that my eyes are giving me trouble and was interested to read of the improvements Mike saw in his eyesight after taking Serrapeptase. I don’t know whether something else I am taking may be causing the problems or whether it is the Sarcoid. (I am also taking Cayenne pepper 3 times a day for inflammation).
    How much Serrapeptase do you recommend I take? I want to knock this on the head before it has the chance to progress to other organs. At this point my lung function is normal, and I only have a couple of tiny granulomas. So much of your testimonies are for other problems, and I am not finding much on Sarcoidosis.
    I look forward to your reply

  • Cindy Eeson says:

    July 02, 2012 at 02:23 pm

    Is Serrapeptase safe to take if already on 3.5mg of warfarin? Have arterial blockages in minor arteries of heart and a leaky valve problem.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      July 07, 2012 at 03:04 pm

      Yes it is safe to take. I do recommend BlockBuster as this has the correct enzymes to help get your bloof healthy. See
      Robert Redfern

  • Wretha says:

    June 25, 2012 at 04:47 am

    OK, saw that you have videos here, do you have any other interviews, radio shows or such?


  • Wretha says:

    June 23, 2012 at 06:48 pm

    I just started taking serrapeptase, Doctor’s Best 40,000 units, I’m taking 2 tablets in the morning with water, at least an hour before I eat anything.

    I am taking it to help get rid of upper arm/shoulder pain on my left arm, and for the other benefits.

    One quick question, this is supposed to be taken away from food, will coffee with sugar and non dairy creamer cause it to not work as well or not at all? I want to give this to my hubby but he has coffee first thing when he gets up, I don’t know if I can get him to wait though I am going to try my best. I know that isn’t good for him, but it’s his choice to drink that, I’m trying to get him and keep him healthier.

    Thanks so much!


    • Robert Redfern says:

      June 24, 2012 at 07:59 am

      Black Coffee with steveia would be OK but sugar and creamers are part of the problems.
      For you I suggest t caps x 3 times perday, 30mins before eating, with a 16oz glass of water.
      Once you finish these go for my formulation which is a better deal, SerraEnzyme 80,000iu at
      See my food plan at
      Robert Redfern

  • linda matthews says:

    May 15, 2012 at 05:10 pm


    I posted a comment about serrapeptase and Lyme disease I wonder if you are able to reply

    Kind Regards

    Linda Mathews

  • Rita Navarro says:

    May 10, 2012 at 01:12 am

    I started Serranol for chronic inflammation in my body. Pleasant side effect, It started reducing the size of a cyst on my arm by 1/2. Really excited. Would like to start my mother in law on something, she has fibromyalgia what do you recommend?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 10, 2012 at 08:56 am

      Take Nascent Iodone drops as well as Serranol to help clear any cysts.
      Your mom needs a full plan to clear this and so please email me directly for her plan.

  • glenn lowe says:

    May 05, 2012 at 08:11 pm

    enzyme dosage is not registered as mg or iu… should be u…or in this case su,spu…so still no help with your info

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 05, 2012 at 09:13 pm

      It is very simple, if it does not say IU then it is meaningless.

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