Pulmonary Fibrosis FAQs

Q: Good day Sir, I just want to ask if you already had feedback regarding removal of lung scar after using serrapeptase? Where can I probably buy your product, is it available in Philippine market? Thank you. -Mark Louie P., Philippines

A: Mark, you need Serranol to completely clear the scarring but it may take many months. You can buy it at our online store.

 

Q: Hello my mother has been diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis 4 months ago. She was misdiagnosed with asthma and has been sucking on a puffer for years with no relief. She lost my step father just over 12 months ago and has been under a tremendous amount of stress with one thing and another. She was never a smoker so we cannot understand how she has this terrible disease. They gave her 3 months to two years. I have her having accupunture and dried chinese herbs. She is feeling some relief. I have also just started her on iodine. A Thank you for your time. -Denise R., Bolivian Republic of Venezuela

A: Denise,

See the plan at:
Pulmonary Fibrosis Health Plan

She should plan on 60-90 days to clear this on the full plan.

 

Q: I was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis 3 years ago and took steroids for 2½ years. I was weaned off them altogether at the end of June this year. Please could you tell me what dose of serrapeptase I should take and how long before I notice any improvement?
-Jan H., United States

A: Jan,

To recover PF takes more than serrapeptase on its own.

The plan is here on this link.
Pulmonary Fibrosis Health Plan

Register there and I can coach you to complete recovery using tickets.

 

Q: I have Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) and I’m about to undergo a small amount of Chemotheraphy to dampen down my autoimune system. Is there any conflict between taking Serrapeptase and this procedure. It seems to me that were your product to actually reduce the amount of scarring on the lungs at its current level I would still need to dampen down the immune system to avoid the problem reoccurring.
-Robert V., United Kingdom

A: Robert,

There is not a problem taking Serrapeptase with the procedure. I am concerned they are not getting you healthy in the process. Here is my Recovery Plan and my eBook if you want to consider the alternative to what is on offer at present.

 

 

18 Comments

  1. Charlene

    June 21, 2015 at 6:58 am

    Hi, my father was diagnosed with lung fibrosis for about 8 yrs already and the drs put him on prednisone but it didn’t help him so they took him off the medication. His condition was stable for several years but the last two years, his condition got worst. The past month or so he got swelling from his waist down to the legs. he has an ultrasound and the dr said his fibrosis might weaken his heart. He’s on oxygen therapy 24 hrs now. He has been taking your ultimate lung pack that has serrapeptase and I also ordered the block buster all clear and hart guard to strengthen his heart. He also has some depression, anxiety, and malnutrition due to he doesn’t want to eat much. Do you know if the lung pack and block buster all clear will help reduce his scar and strengthen his heart or are there other products that can also improve his conditions as well? Can you recommend some products to help with malnutrition? in your experience, do u think my dad s lung fibrosis will get better if he continues to take serrapeptase? Thanks so much for your help

    Charlene, USA

  2. Agnes Hofmann

    May 23, 2017 at 3:17 am

    I was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis about 4 weeks ago. Prior to I was misdiagnosed about 1 yr 1/2 yrs ago with COPD. Things sped up about 5 weeks ago
    I had great difficulty breathing and weak and tired. I am on oxygen 24/7 and on OFEV 300mg. When I exert myself walking, taking a shower my oxygen level in my blood drops to 71. Will taking serrapeptase interfere with OFEV or will OFEV interfere with serrapeptase? Thank you for your assistance.

  3. Agnes Hofmann

    June 3, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    I noticed in one of the answers regarding PF that in addition to serrapeptase for total scar tissue removal it was mentioned that serronal needed to be taken. What dosage of serronal should be taken?

    For a whole week I took serrapeptase 2 capsules x 120000units, 3 times daily for a total units of 740000 is that to high/safe of a dosage, can I continue that for how long?
    Your reply is much appreciated.

  4. Juan Jose

    June 5, 2017 at 11:06 pm

    Hello, I have for several year an intestinal ahdesions. I have read that Serrapatese could help to reduce the adhesions. I would like to know your opinion about it.
    Thank you.

    • Lindsay Powers

      June 6, 2017 at 3:22 pm

      Hi Juan, abdominal adhesions are bands of scar tissue that form between organs and tissues. Serrapeptase can be a very effective solution to help ‘dissolve’ internal scar tissue, regardless of the age of the tissue. Start off with a higher dose, SerraEnzyme 80,000iu 3 capsules 3 x per day, reducing down over a month or two to 2 x 3, and 1 x 3 respectively. Take at least 30 minutes before food.
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

  5. Martin

    August 22, 2017 at 12:09 pm

    Hi can this cure the Pulmonary fibrosis, as my Doctors state there is no cure?
    I’m down for a possible lung transplant just waiting my doctors say that this is the only possible cure at the moment, they’ve given me possibly a year to live, but I’m willing to try anything
    I’m on nintedanib, and they’ve just had me on a short course of prednisone as I’ve just been treated for severe infection in my lungs due to the Fibrosis? Any advice etc would be helpful thank you martin

  6. Souvik

    October 2, 2017 at 9:17 am

    My father is suffering from ipf.he was diagnosed in 2015 and his health has deteriorated heavily and is living with oxygen support 24*7 now at 2 lit/min.he is on pirfenex but I don’t think it is working.please suggest a remedy to this situation

  7. honey

    April 4, 2018 at 12:55 pm

    Is serrapeptase effective in removing lung scar caused by ptb?

    • Lindsay Powers

      April 6, 2018 at 8:59 am

      Hi Honey, Serrapeptase can help to dissolve the fibrin that makes up scar tissue, and therefore can be beneficial in working on fibrosis in all areas of the body, including the lungs. We would suggest starting with Serranol 2 caps 3 x per day, reducing to 2-3 per day for maintenance, or as budget permits.
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

  8. Kyle

    April 17, 2018 at 11:34 am

    I been told I have Pulmonary Fibrosis about 5 months ago… My breathing is not that bad although I struggle sometimes and my chest is tight it’s not at a severe stage will the Serrepeptase help in early stages?

    • Lindsay Powers

      April 17, 2018 at 2:55 pm

      Hi Kyle, yes we would advise to start on the Serranol, as soon as possible, to help with the fibrosis.
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

  9. Kyle

    April 23, 2018 at 3:01 pm

    What would be the dosage I start on and with what type of Serrepeptase or Serranol is is the same thing? Where can I buy this product as soon as possible I’m based In South Africa.

    • Lindsay Powers

      April 24, 2018 at 10:08 am

      Hi Kyle, Serranol is a formula containing Serrapeptase, Curcumin, Vitamin D3 and Ecklonia Cava. Ideally we recommend to start on this product from Good Health Naturally http://www.goodhealthnaturally.com
      If you are only able to source serrapeptase on its own right now in SA then consider going in with a high strength product if you can.
      You can contact sales@goodhealthnaturally.com regarding shipping to SA.
      I hope that helps
      Lindsay

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