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Systemic Enzymes Ingredients:

Proteolytic Enzyme (Protease)

The term "proteolytic" refers to all enzymes that digest protein. Other classes of enzymes include Amylase, a digestive enzyme that breaks down carbohydrates, and Lipase, a digestive enzyme that breaks down fat during the digestive process. Each of these help in the digestion of food, which in turn helps with absorption of those essential nutrients in the diet. In the body, proteolytic digestive enzymes are produced in the pancreas, but supplemental forms of enzymes may come from fungal or bacterial sources, extraction from the pancreas of livestock animals (trypsin/chymotrypsin) or extraction from plants (such as papain from the papaya and Bromelain from pineapples). The primary uses of proteolytic enzymes in dietary supplements are used as digestive enzymes, anti-inflammatory agents, and pain relievers. 

Serrapeptase

Serrapeptase, also known as Serratia peptidase, is a proteolytic enzyme isolated from the non-pathogenic enterobacteria Serratia. The enzyme is found naturally in the intestine of the silkworm, which is used by the silkworm to dissolve the cocoon and emerge as a moth. When consumed in unprotected tablets or capsules, the enzyme is destroyed by acid in the stomach. However, when enterically coated, the enzyme is destroyed by acid in the stomach. However, when enterically coated, the enzyme passes through the stomach unchanged and can be absorbed by the intestine.

It has many clinical uses, including as an anti-inflammatory agent (particularly for post traumatic swelling), for fibrocystic breast disease, and for bronchitis (serrapeptase loosens and expels mucous). 

Bromelain and Papain

Both Bromelain and Papain are plant-derived proteolytic enzymes. Bromelain, also known as bromelin, is a protein-digesting enzyme extracted from the flesh and stem of the pineapple plant, Ananas Comosus. Papain is a proteolytic enzyme isolated from the papaya plant, Carica Papaya. Bromelain is most notable for its effectiveness in the reduction of inflammation and decreasing swelling, but the scope of its benefits continues to increase. As a natural anti-inflammatory enzyme, bromelain has many uses. Arthritis patients may reduce the swelling that causes joint pain by taking bromelain. Bromelain may also be helpful for the pain, numbness, tingling, aching and loss of motor and sensory function in the fingers resulting from carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Prevention of the adhesiveness of platelets to endothelial cell walls was accomplished with 0.1 mcg/ml of Bromelain. Thus the benefit of bromelain occurs over a broad range of doses, and even small amounts may be beneficial to anyone at risk to thrombotic heart attack or stroke. Papain has been shown to be effective in preventing burn wound infection and helping remove dead cells. 

Amla

Also known as Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis) is the richest source of Vitamin C. The Vitamin C in Amla is from the Rutin family, and there is about 50 mg per System Enzyme capsule. It also contains tannic acid, glucose, protein, cellulose and Calcium. Amla is useful for stomach problems, it is antipyretic, hair tonic and nerve brain tonic. It is also useful in anemia, hyperacidity and in gynecological problems and epistaxis. Amla is considered to have restorative and preventative properties. 

Rutin

Rutin is one of the many existing Flavonoids, which are a class of water-soluble plant pigments. Flavonoids support health by strengthening capillaries and other connective tissue, and some function as anti-inflammatory, antihistaminic, and antiviral agents. Rutin and several other flavonoids may also protect blood vessels. Rutin was shown to stimulate wound healing in rats and augment the tensile strength of scar tissue significantly. 

Lipase

Lipase is an enzyme essential for the digestion, transport, and absorption of nutrients in the intestines. It is chiefly secreted by the pancreas but is also produced in the mouth and stomach. this enzyme is responsible for breaking down dietary fats or lipids, particularly triglycerides into smaller single units. Once broken down, the lipids can then be easily absorbed in the intestines.

Papain

Papain is a proteolytic enzyme found in the milky juice of the papaya fruit. This enzyme speeds up the breakdown of proteins through hydrolysis. Therefore, it is known to break down tough meat. In fact, papain is popularly used as an ingredient in various remedies for indigestion, in treating ulcers, in the production of meat tenderizers, and even in treating edemas. The uses of papain are diverse, whether for industrial field, or medical applications. It is also employed in biochemical research, particularly in the analysis of proteins. 

Amylase

Amylase is the enzyme responsible for breaking down starch into sugar. It is present in many human tissues but is majorly found in the human saliva, where the initial digestion occurs, as well as in the pancreatic juice. It breaks down dietary starch which is then converted into glucose by other enzymes to provide the body with energy. The amylase level in the blood is used to aid in the diagnosis of pancreatic and salivary diseases. 

Invertase

Invertase, also called invertin, or saccharase is a yeast derived enzyme. It catalyzes the breakdown of sucrose to fructose and glucose and is mainly used in the food industry for the production of invert sugar syrups. 

L-Cysteine

L-cysteine is a protein amino acid which most living organisms naturally possess. Although most l-cysteine is found in protein, small amount of it are also present in body fluids and in plants in non-protein form. It contains sulfur and is therefore able to hold together to maintain the structure of proteins in the body. L-cysteine is majorly responsible for strengthening the stomach lining as well as in maintaining quality absorption of nutrients. 

Cellulase

Cellulase refers to a group of enzymes that act together to catalyze the breakdown of cellulose fiber into beta-glucose or blood sugar. Cellulase enzymes are found in the intestinal bacteria. Cellulose fibers are essential for the structure of cell membranes. However, humans cannot easily digest cellulose fiber. Therefore, taking enzyme supplements that contain cellulase enzymes is essential for having healthy cells. 

Other Ingredients:  Vegetable Cellulose ( capsule ), trace ammounts of rice flour powder dusted on the actual capsul as to keep the capsuls from sticking to the manufacturing machine. We do NOT use rice flour as a filler.

 

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