For help when drugs don’t work – or for a natural alternative
80,000 IU Serrapeptase tablets for animals. It has lots of proven health benefits and offers support for the clearing of unhealthy inflammation.
Including help with…
- Healthier Lungs, Sinus & Mucus problems
- Healthier Joints & Tendons
- Inflammation (after Surgery, Injury etc)
- Scar Tissue & Cysts
Tell me more about Serrapeptase…
Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme isolated from the micro-organism Serratia E15. This enzyme is naturally processed commercially today through fermentation and was discovered in the silkworm intestine (used to make a hole in the cocoon so the moth may emerge & used to digest the tough Mulberry Leaves). This immunologically active enzyme is completely bound to the alpha 2 macroglobulin in biological fluids. Histological studies reveal powerful anti-inflammatory effects of this naturally occurring enzyme.
“I just wanted to let you know the success we have had with our dog taking Serrapeptase.
Approx. 9 weeks ago he was diagnosed with a sizeable blood clot that was affecting the blood supply to his rear legs, so much so that he went onto 3 legs as his left leg was very painful and eventually did not want to walk. The scan that we had confirmed the position and size of the clot and that he did not have a pulse in either leg. He was given about a week to live. I started him on 80,000iu Serrapeptase, 3 times a day and each day he has slowly got better and better. Approx. 1 month ago he went for his check up and the vet informed me that his pulse had returned in his right leg and just two weeks later we returned to the vet to be told that he now has a pulse in both legs.”
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Horse Serrapeptase Story…
“In your newsletter, you have asked for feed-back about Serrapetase. I am delighted to giveyou mine.
I used Serrapeptase on my horse, which sustained a severe tendon injury in April. By June a scan showed that he had a chronic tendonitis with much scar tissue formed, both on the tendons, in the tendon sheaths and in the surrounding ligaments. The prognosis was poor; ‘moderate to guarded for anything more than light hacking’ said the report.
I had no idea about dose, so had to make an educated guess! I fed him 640,000 IU tablets of Serrapeptase a day for 6 weeks, then 480,000 IU a day for 2 months, then 240,000 IU a day for a further 2 months. He has just been re-scanned.
To my delight, the scan showed almost a full recovery. There is minimal scarring on the tendons, and none in the tendon sheaths or ligaments. He is expected to get back to full work now.
I can now bring him back into work. I will increase the work slowly over a period of 2 -3 months, and continue on a maintenance dose of Serrapeptase (160,000 IU a day) for a while.
This is a truly remarkable recovery, and I am absolutely delighted. I will be spreading the word!”
Another happy Horse owner…
Dear Robert, “Finally got round to sending pics of Toby’s leg and the story of how ithappened. Toby was at The RoyalShow on 9th July 2009.
He got his leg trapped in the partition in his box, and his leg was stuck in the grill. He was sedated by the vets, and cut free by the stewards. The vets didn’t know how badly he was injured, and decided his best chance was to keep him fully sedated and get him to Avonvale vet hospital asap. The vets were amazing and kept him sedated and on a drip all the way there. The vets at Avonvale were waiting for him, and
got him into the recovery room to assess the damage.
Because he was unable to have any more sedation, they couldn’t x-ray until the following morning, but
were almost certain he hadn’t broken his leg as he was bearing his weight on it.
The next day he was x-rayed, and luckily he hadn’t damaged any bones, just a tendon sheath – which was bad enough, but hopefully not fatal. He had his wound stapled in the hope there would be less scarring. As you can imagine, we just wanted him to get better at that point, if he had scars but still alive, that was the best we could hope for. Then a friend of mine told me that someone she knew had used a scar tissue eating enzyme on their horse. It had proved successful, the horse had no permanent scarring after a serious injury, but she didn’t know what it was called.
So I searched the internet and found Serrapeptase. We tried ten, 80,000 IU tablets a day at first, then gradually reduced them, and he is still on 4 a day just in case!
We have the pictures that tell their own story. In around 40 days he went from terrible scarring to hardly discernable.
We have our boy back to his best, thanks to his amazing
rescue at The Royal Show, and the wonderful vets and nurses at Avonvale. And I strongly believe that Serrapeptase played a huge part in reducing any scars that he may have had from the injury both on the inside and out.”
We will let these photos of Albermarle do the talking. After a nasty accident to his hock, it was thought that (1) due to the lack of skin left (2) position and depth of the wound (3) the amount of granular tissue needed to form before the skin could regenerate and (4) the amount of scar tissue, the joint would be so impeded to the point that he would never be a riding horse again – let alone ever compete in dressage.
Using a combination of serrapeptase, Sol Silver and the Alphasonic, within 11 weeks his owner Kirsty (our Equine Consultant) was back riding him and within 5 months all hair had grown back over the wound area. They were also competing again!
Alby has made a full and total recovery with no impediment of movement, not bad for a 19 year old TB, who had already endured a long hard career in Steeple Chasing, having even been ridden by Richard Dunwoody.