|Unit Size||180 capsules|
|Dosage||1-2 capsules, 2 to 3 times per day between meals|
|Potency||not disclosed - unknown|
|Properties||Anti-inflammatory, Dissolves necrotic tissue (blood clots) and arterial plaques, thins lung secretions, may reduce fibrinolytic activity.|
|Contraindications||Serramend is not recommended during pregnancy. Caution should be applied if patients are on anti-coagulant drugs such as Coumadin, or have gastrointestinal ulcers. Some individuals report diarrhea.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Chronic lung, ear, nose and throat disorders;|
|Western Symptomology||Sinusitis;Sprains;Strains;Edema;Postoperative inflammation;Carpal Tunnel Syndrome;Breast engorgement;Fibrocystic breast disease;Venous inflammatory disease;Asthma;Cardiovascular disease;Inflammatory pain conditions;Leg ulcers;Chronic headaches|
Note: Health Concerns is converting all formulas from tablets to capsules. Our inventory will reflect both until the conversion is complete.
Serramend contains serratiopeptidase also known as serrapeptase; a naturally occurring proteolytic enzyme that has been used clinically in Europe and Asia for over thirty years. It has been well tested and shown efficacy for many conditions including traumatic injury, postoperative inflammation, ear, nose and throat conditions, carpal tunnel syndrome, breast engorgement, and venous disease. It has also been promoted for the treatment of inflammatory pain conditions and cardiovascular disease.
Serratiopeptidase enzyme (100,000 SPU/g)