Serretia is one of the world's strongest serrapeptase supplements with a minimum activity of 250,000 SPU's per dose. This miracle enzyme has the ability to support healthy sinuses while promoting swift recovery from injury and/or overexertion from exercise. If you ever experience any of the following, then Serretia may be just what you need.
- Slowed recovery
- Sinus pressure or congestion
- Joint discomfort or muscle soreness
Bone and Joint
Serretia is one of the world’s strongest serrapeptase supplements with a minimum activity of 250,000 serratiopeptidase units (SPUs) per dose (two capsules). Serrapeptase’s inherent ability to break down certain proteins allows the enzyme to successfully aid in supporting healthy sinus activity and a normal inflammatory response after overexertion or exercise. Serrapeptase is harnessed through a fermentation process, utilizing the microorganism Serratia E-15.
Serretia for Sports
There are many modalities that merely mask uncomfortable symptoms that active individuals may experience from over-exertion. However, systemic enzymes, such as Serretia, can be an effective alternative for supporting normal recovery.
Serretia works by digesting excessive proteins, including fibrin and injured tissue, that accumulate as a result of overexertion. Doing so ensures normal recovery time and supports your body's ability to heal.
Lungs and Sinus
Serretia Supports Normal Mucus Levels
Mucus is an important substance produced within the respiratory system. In the upper respiratory tract it is produced to trap unwanted proteins so they can then be addressed by the body’s immune system. Mucus is also vital for the normal functioning of the lungs. However, sometimes mucus can be overproduced and become thick and difficult to expel, which can contribute to less than ideal respiratory function.
Serretia's extreme potency supports normal mucus thickness and healthy mucus clearance from the lungs and sinus.
A proteolytic (protein digesting) enzyme with potent fibrinolytic activity. It has been shown to support healthy sinus activity and promote a normal inflammatory response to overexertion.
Serrapeptase was discovered as scientists were studying silkworms and their ability to break down silk cocoons. They found that the silkworm excreted an enzyme that was responsible for breaking down the silk. As they looked further into the enzyme, they found a specific type of bacteria within the silkworm that was producing the enzyme, now referred to as Serratia E-15.
Serratia E-15 is used during the manufacturing process of serrapeptase today. Silkworms are not used in the production of serrapeptase, they were simply how the enzyme was discovered
Directions: Take Serretia with eight ounces of water on an empty stomach, or as directed by your healthcare provider. Larger daily doses may be divided into two or three servings per day.
Maintenance: One to two capsules per day.
Increased Support: Three to four capsules per day.
Therapeutic: Four to six capsules per day.
Warning: Do not take this product without the consent of your physician if you are currently taking anti-coagulants, or if you are pregnant or nursing.
What is Serretia?
Serretia is comprised solely of serratiopeptidase, more commonly known as serrapeptase. Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme originally discovered in the intestine of silkworms and is produced through the isolation of the microorganism Serratia E-15.
How does Serretia work?
Taken on an empty stomach, serrapeptase (a fibrin digesting enzyme) enters the bloodstream via the small intestine. Serrapeptase triggers fibrinolytic activity within the body. Its inherent ability to digest proteins enables the enzyme to support normal sinus activity as well as a normal inflammatory response to overexertion.
Why should I take Serretia?
Serretia helps to speed recovery after sports injuries, surgeries, muscle tears and pulls, as well as promote healthy sinus activity.
Can I take too much of serrapeptase?
Although Serretia contains highly potent serrapeptase, it can be safely incorporated into your supplement regimen. There have been no serious adverse events reported from the use of Serretia. However, it is important to follow dosage instructions unless otherwise directed by your healthcare provider.
Is Serretia enteric coated?
Enteric coatings are designed to protect enzymes and other supplements from stomach acid. Plastic-like chemicals known as phthalates are often used in this coating process. Phthalates are actually banned in children's toys in Europe and Mexico, so why would we ever include these in our formulas?
Arthur Andrew Medical has instead developed an all-natural, chemical-free acid armor capsule. These capsules are comprised of an extra-thick layer of cellulose (vegetable capsules) with a micro-threaded locking mechanism to prevent leaking. Acid Armor capsules have been designed to delay the release of the capsule's contents for up to an hour, without the use of potentially harmful chemicals.
When is the best time to take Serretia?
For best results, take the product at least one hour prior to eating and/or two hours after a meal.
Can I take Serretia with other supplements? Serretia can be used safely with other dietary supplements. In fact, we recommended taking it in conjunction with NEPRINOL or SYNTOL for additional fibrinolytic and probiotic support.
How long does it take for Serretia to work?
Although every person is different, some have reported feeling the effects of systemic enzymes in as little as 45 minutes. For therapeutic regimens, the progression may be slow for some and quicker for others. Serrapeptase has been clinically shown to thin mucosal secretions and limit pain due to injury. Those effects are typically noticed within days, however other benefits of taking Serretia on a regular basis will progress over time.
Is Serretia Kosher?
The formula is Kosher, and a copy of the certification is available by request .
Is Serretia vegetarian or vegan?
The formula is vegetarian in accordance with the guidelines of the AMERICAN VEGETARIAN ASSOCIATION.
Is Serretia non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism)?
Yes, Serretia is non-GMO. The microorganisms used to produce this enzyme product are not genetically engineered organisms as defined by the NATIONAL ORGANIC STANDARDS BOARD. Genetically engineered is defined as follows: Made with techniques that alter the molecular or cellular biology of an organism by means that are not possible under natural conditions or processes. Genetic engineering includes recombinant DNA, cell fusion, micro-and macro-encapsulation, gene deletion and doubling, introducing a foreign gene, and changing the position of genes. It shall not include breeding, conjugation, fermentation, hybridization, in-vitro fertilization, and tissue culture.