Six Simple Serrapeptase Myths – Busting The Truth From Fiction!

Six Simple Serrapeptase Myths - Busting The Truth From Fiction! |

Serrapeptase is popular for its amazing health benefits and the thousands of happy people who improved their conditions are testament to this. As a naturally occurring enzyme, it is able to dissolve and safely eliminate inflammation from within the body.

Serrapeptase has benefits that are far reaching and can improve a wide variety of health conditions. Amazingly, it covers everything from lung health, heart health to supporting the cardiovascular system. In addition, it can also bring relief for joint pain.

This powerful enzyme is so beneficial for relieving health problems. However, not many reports show its benefits. Moreover, a number of myths also emerged surrounding ‘The Miracle Enzyme”. We therefore want to set the record straight by separating the myths from the reality.


Myth 1: Serrapeptase can cause stomach upset

If you already have an existing digestive system imbalance, this could be the real reason behind this. Thus, you might experience some stomach upset upon taking a dose. Alternatively, it could sometimes be as a result of toxin release. This enzyme itself doesn’t directly cause stomach upsets or sickness.


Myth 2: Serrapeptase will interact with medications or nutritional supplements

It does not directly impact the effectiveness of medicines or nutritional supplements. Thus, it is safe to take with any form of medication or supplements.


Myth 3: Serrapeptase can eat through non-organic tissue

This enzyme only works within living organisms to relieve inflammation, dead scar tissue and unwanted proteins. In addition, it dissolves and then safely eliminates it via the body’s organs such as the kidneys or liver. Therefore, implanted materials are not affected, such as grafted tissues from human tissue or animals. Moreover, living tissue remains untouched.


Myth 4: Serrapeptase is not suitable for vegans

Wrong – it is suitable for vegans. Traditionally coming from the silkworm intestine, it is now made on a fungal base within a laboratory.

Myth 5: Serrapeptase is a ‘blood thinner’

It dissolves non-living tissues such as fibrin, plaque, blood clots, cysts and inflammation in all forms – without harming living tissue. Therefore, it supports the cardiovascular system. In addition, it also helps the blood to flow more freely, but it does not have a ‘thinning action’.


Myth 6: Serrapeptase will dissolve healthy scar tissue that has formed to heal a wound

Serrapeptase will only go after excess (exogenous) scar tissue.  Exogenous means that the fibrous tissue is not necessary and doesn’t belong in your body. Endogenous means that it is a needed fibrous tissue. Serrapeptase can tell the difference. Thus, it only goes after the exogenous fibrous tissue.

We hope these help to answer any myths you may have about this enzyme and how it works within the body. If you’d like to learn more about the role of Serrapeptase in providing effective pain relief, please take a look at the recommendations below.



Discover this enzyme’s many amazing health benefits in ‘The Miracle Enzyme is Serrapeptasebook by renowned health expert and nutritionalist Robert Redfern. In addition, this remarkable book also contains detailed plans for over 240 health conditions.






SerraEnzyme™ 80,000IU Contains 80,000IU of the Serrapeptase enzyme and available in delayed release capsules or enteric coated tablets. Designed to dissolve inflammation and support the body’s natural healing process. 






SerraEnzyme™ 250,000IU – This is a high strength formula containing 250,000IU of Serrapeptase. Thus, it helps in providing fast relief from inflammation and the symptoms of pain that can result in various health conditions.







Serranol™ This is a combination formula of 80,000IU Serrapeptase, Ecklonia Cava, CurcuminX4000™ and Vitamin D3. These core nutrients, combined together, can provide a super supplement that studies show targets dozens of health and age-related issues.







SerraPlus+™ – This is a high dosage formula of 80,000IU delayed release Serrapeptase. In addition, it also has MSM and trace minerals. This is ideal for supporting normal lung, joint, tendon and connective tissue health.








SerraPet™ – Contains 80,000IU of Serrapeptase that can support the normal bodily processes of your pet or animal’s health. SerraPet contains Nutrateric Enteric Coated tablets for optimum performance and powerful anti-inflammatory action.

*Please note that this is not intended as medical advice. It is solely informational and educational about health.


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I’m having lung pain because it used to smoke heavily. I’ve had multiple lung infection and now the pain won’t go away. Doctors can’t find nothing wrong. I need to cleanse my lung.

Lindsay Powers
Lindsay Powers

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Follow the plan as closely as possible for best results, and download the Lung ebook from here:
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I hope that helps
Your Good Health Coaching Team


I have a uterine polyp – will Serrapepetase help dissolve it?

Lindsay Powers
Lindsay Powers

Hi Dee, A polyp in the uterus is an overgrowth of tissue that arises from the endometrium – the uterine lining. This tissue is expelled during the menstrual cycle. After a period, the endometrium regenerates rapidly under the influence of hormones. Polyps occur in areas where the lining grows in excess. Uterine polyps are oval or round, they remain attached to the uterine wall by a large base or a thin stalk. Hormonal factors appear to play a role in uterine polyps. Uterine polyps are estrogen-sensitive, meaning they grow in response to circulating estrogen. To help with uterine polyps we… Read more »


Hi, does serrapeptase help destroy the protective lipid coating of viruses in the body?

Lindsay Powers
Lindsay Powers

Hi Dave, viruses are surrounded by a lipid bilayer membrane containing proteins or glycoproteins which act as a protective layer keeping the virus alive and active. Proteolytic enzymes such as serrapeptase and proteases can help to disrupt this layer, and can attack the ‘bad’ proteins protecting the virus. This then makes it easier for anti-viral herbs or nutrients to reach the target virus. Plus enzymes also assist in the process by strengthening the body’s own immune system and cleansing the blood.