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How Enzymes Work in the Treatment of Inflammation

 and Autoimmune Diseases

People want to get better and if possible, live a longer happier life. But with modern lifestyle and environment this proves to be quite a challenge. Diseases increased in number as people became too dependent on technology and enamored with modernization. Most people's solution to fight off these diseases is to create more synthetic drugs and high-tech medical gadgetry and devices. 

People are looking for ways to really get better.  Thus, there are few who sought to rediscover the natural approaches in curing diseases. Nowadays, more and more people are looking for natural remedies in the treatment of various conditions. Although conventional drugs generally provide relief, albeit temporary, from the pains and symptoms of diseases, more often than not there are also long term side effects.  

One remedy that is chiefly derived from nature is enzyme therapy. For decades, enzyme therapy has been widely used clinically in various places all over the world, particularly in Germany, Central Europe, and in Japan.  

The practical use of enzymes in treating certain diseases is based on the knowledge that enzymes are basically responsible for providing life in every organism. The various enzymes within an organism is known to perform specific tasks. However, there are certain incidents wherein certain enzymes are lacking or are produced insufficiently and thus resulting to imbalances and eventually diseases. Thus, it seems logical that by introducing these essential enzymes into the body, the body will then be capable of healing itself. 

For example, there are instances wherein the production and distribution of the digestive enzymes in the body are disrupted, resulting to the body's insufficient capacity to digest essential dietary nutrients. This then may result to various disorders, malnutrition, or colon toxicity. One way to treat this condition is by introducing digestive enzymes such as lipase to the body.  

Also, there are times when the body's immune system goes into overdrive and attack healthy cells as well. Inflammation is the body's instinctive and initial reaction to fight off invading organisms, faulty cells, and trauma. However, there are certain cases wherein the body's immune system loses its ability to identify the good and functional cells from the abnormal ones and potentially dangerous substances. This then results to autoimmune diseases and several others.

In such cases, steroidal and non-steroidal drugs are used to relieve the swelling, and pain caused by the inflammation. However, these drugs only provide temporary relief and may have long-term side effects. One proteolytic enzyme that is prominently used to efficiently help with the pain and inflammation is serrapeptase. 

Serrapeptase is derived from the substance found in the intestines of silkworms and is responsible for breaking down their cocoons. In like manner, serrapeptase is capable of breaking down dead cells without affecting the healthy cells. It also has the ability to inhibit the release of pain inducing amines from inflamed tissues. And for years that it has been clinically used as a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory remedy, there have been no known side effects.

 

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