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Retinal Artery and Vein Occlusion FAQs
Q: Hi Robert
I was reading your view from other people communications.
I was diagnosed with retinal artery occlusion and I was wandering will serrapeptase/nattokinase help? Thank you for your time and effort in responding.
A: Here’s my recovery plan:
Q: Hello Robert,
I had five retinal re-attachment surgeries done in my right eye in a span of 3 months. The retina is now attached but has caused heavy scarring from these surgeries and as a result I have no vision now. If the scar tissues can somehow be healed or dissolved I will get back some vision.
After reading all the info about the Serrapeptase Enzyme, I believe this will be able to dissolve the scar tissue on my retina. I am planning on taking the Serrapeptase in the hope of healing/dissolving the scar tissues. However, I am a bit concerned about its side-effects (Pneumonitis). My body is very sensitive to even vitamin supplements or herbal medicines and I’ve even had a reaction to the simple Flaxseed Oil.
I believe the Serrapeptase Enzyme may be the only cure for my scar tissue in the retina. Given this situation, could you please advise me if there is any cautious way in which I can take this enzyme and withdraw it quickly if there are any side-effects in me and before the reaction becomes serious? Can I take one capsule a week to start with and see if there is going to be any side effects? If there is a reaction how long will it be before I notice it? And with what symptoms/reactions should I stop taking it and conclude that I have a reaction to it? Or should I take one capsule every 2 days? Will such a low dosage work at all?
Any help will be much appreciated.
A: There are no side effects whatsoever with serrapeptase. What you may read on the Internet is either mischief or plain unscientific.
My recommendations to you are coming in the link below. Diet and especially stopping grains and cereals are very important.
Read my booklet attached to understand more on malnutrition in the eye.
Also, please read this link.
Age-Related Macular Degeneration Health Plan
Q: I must have thought I sent an email last week, not hearing from you I must have made an error. I have vein occlusion in my left eye. I have been told that serrapeptase can cure or at least help this problem. Is this correct and if it is, how much and how long would I have to take it before I would see any results? I also have the HealthPoint that I bought from you a few years ago. I have not used it for quite awhile as I thought I had macular degeneration, not vein occlusion.
A: My recommendations are:
SerraEzyme 80,000IU 2 x 2 times per day
MaxiFocus 6 sprays x 2 times per day
It should take no more than 1-2 months.
Are you using the HealthPoint with the cotton bud on your eye points?