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  1. parisbouckle@gmail.com' suzanne watson
    Aug 14, 2015 @ 10:47:03

    what dosage would you recommend for a healthy 64 yo female?

  2. Serrapeptase: an Enzyme That Treats Inflammation, Arthritis, Scar Tissue and More | alternative medicine or natural cures
    Aug 15, 2015 @ 17:05:27

    […] See: Serrapeptase: Carotid Artery Blockage […]

  3. abid818@yahoo.com' abid
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 21:05:57

    DEAR,
    IS Serrapeptase to be an extraordinary substance for blocked heart stunts. if yes then how much time it takes for treatment of three blocked heart stunts and how we start this treatment beyond from usa. if any refers of doctors or medicine in pakistan .

  4. abid818@yahoo.com' abid
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 21:23:21

    how open three blocked heart stents , how we start its remedy or treatment .

  5. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    Sep 14, 2015 @ 06:40:53

    Hello, simply follow the dosage recommendation stated in the article!

  6. Fineirons@gmail.com' Mike Kellerman
    Oct 26, 2015 @ 15:04:33

    Hello Dr Michelle Mkiec.
    I too was wondering how much serrapeptase I should be taking to clear blocked carotid bulb and distal common artery please any info will help .i started last night with 700,000 SU’s

  7. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    Oct 27, 2015 @ 16:08:43

    Hello, did you mean IU’s? I do not believe you need to take 700,000 IU’s if this indeed is what you meant to say. Please refer to the recommended dosages.

  8. coolgsd@yahoo.com' H. Teel
    Feb 26, 2016 @ 17:38:56

    Dr. You really don’t know much about this enzyme do you?

  9. chazz1051@gmail.com' Chazz
    Mar 02, 2016 @ 20:07:39

    Hello Dr. Kmiec

    If serrapeptase is used for clearing carotid arteries, what or how does the waste material keep from blocking other arteries? Is the plaque liquified or what?
    Thank you,

    Chazz

  10. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    Mar 05, 2016 @ 08:11:38

    Hello H. Teel! Thanks for your question. Yes, I do know quite a bit about this enzyme including the research that supports it.

  11. jkslent@live.com' Jake
    Mar 15, 2016 @ 12:17:35

    “Hello H. Teel! Thanks for your question. Yes, I do know quite a bit about this enzyme including the research that supports it. ”

    Then why didn’t you know what SU’s are? SU’s are Serrapeptase Units. I suspect, that’s why you were asked that question by H. Teel. The recommended dosage would be 240,000 SU’s per day. Which most can safely increase to higher dosages of 700,00SU’s to clear major blockages, but don’t stay on that higher dosage for extended periods of time. Also, stop taking Serrapeptase approximately 2 weeks prior to any scheduled surgeries, as it can prevent blood from clotting.

  12. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    Mar 15, 2016 @ 13:35:40

    Yes I did know about serratiopeptidase activity units (SPU) or serratiopeptidase units (SU) – not “serrapeptase” units. Thanks for asking. 🙂 However this is not the unit on all brands and that is the problem and confusion for many people. On some serrapeptase brands you will find international units (IU), and still on others you will find mg. Many people do not think there is a difference in these measurements when recommending a proper dosage and that could lead to not getting the desired results or causing an issue as you mentioned with “blood thinning”.

  13. pgibbs_43@msn.com' Peter
    Mar 18, 2016 @ 04:24:17

    Hallo Dr Kmiec, After a heart attack over a year ago I start taking serrapeptase, initially 120,000 and then increasing to 250,000 IU, for nearly a year now. I certainly feel better but don’t know if it’s the serrapeptase or my changed lifestyle, improved diet more exercise or even the standard medication from our beloved NHS. I also don’t know about the effect it’s had on my atherosclerosis, it’s certainly done me no harm and I plan to continue taking it for the foreseeable future.
    Given it’s reputation as a wonder cure for cardiovascular health I find it very surprising that more that more scientific research has not been done to support what is until now a great deal of anecdotal evidence. I’d like to know for certain if it’s really dissolving my arterial plaque, how would I know my ? Is there research of which I am unaware ? and if so please point me in the right direction. Incidentally, my wife is taking it at the same dosage and swears that it reduced her blood pressure, eased her arthritis, and improved lung capacity. However she could be giving it credit which is not due, as she has been losing weight and exercising more.

  14. johnramuseth@gmail.com' GJ Borseth-Rasmussen
    Mar 27, 2016 @ 10:31:16

    we would like to know the extra ingredient in serrapeptase for choked arteries especially in the neck. Where can I order it.

  15. candidajoel@yahoo.com' Joel
    Mar 29, 2016 @ 07:31:16

    I feel a pressure in my chest at times. I had three blockages five years ago which were cleared with chelation. I now feel a light pressure in my chest and the doctor is again treating me with chelation. Can I start a treatment with serrapeptase. Please let me the dosage in mg. and the number of capsules per day and for what duration of time I should be taking serrapeptase. Also let me know if any manufacturer in India is making serrapeptase capsules.

  16. rromans1013@gmail.com' Milton Thorpe
    Apr 30, 2016 @ 22:30:51

    Hi,Almost a year ago, I had a mini stroke. Had some test done and found some blockage in the corodid arty (51 to 69 percent) Am currently taking 80,000 spu 3 or 4 times per week. Have been on this dosage for about 10 months now. Do you think that I am taking the right amount or shud I increase the dosage? Feel OK and will go back to family dr. for check up in a couple of months. By the way I turned 81 last jan 20. Thanks for your time…..Milt

  17. Gedred46@googlemail.com' Ged
    May 25, 2016 @ 02:22:23

    Hi doctor, i have recently had angioplasty.ive had one stent fitted in artery near my heart. Im taking beta bisoprolol, perindoprol, statins and asprin. Can take serapeptase alongside this medication? Thanks Ged.

  18. susielynnprice@gmail.com' Susie Price
    Jun 16, 2016 @ 16:51:53

    I would like to know if serrapeptaste will help clear an illiac artery..if so what about dosage

    Thanking you in advance.Susie

  19. normell60@hotmail.com' Michael Elliott
    Jun 20, 2016 @ 07:43:32

    Hi Doctor, I’ve read, with greaat interest the vstious questions posed by users of serrapeptase, but sadly you have not ansered some major queries i.e. if plaque is disolved, will the debris block smaller blood vessels? I have a blocked right carotid artery and partially blocked left, so am very keen to check out all possible remedies. I am currentlt taking 2 x 260000 su’s of serrapeptase (at around 3 – 4 a.m. to ensure an empty stomach )! I hope to see your comments in due course.

  20. caseyclRk48@gmail.com' Kathleen Clark
    Jul 01, 2016 @ 12:58:29

    Help! I’m desperate and out of time! I am a 67 yo female with blocked carotid arteries. 60% blockage on left side and 80% blockage on right side. I am also a singer and fear surgery of any kind. PLEEEEEESE answer me quickly. Unfortunately I live on an indigent budget as a retired social worker and missionary. Please advise.

  21. martineh16@hotmail.com' Martine
    Aug 02, 2016 @ 11:10:15

    I have just read this artical and it is quite interesting. My father has vascular dementia caused by several CVA’s. He is using asperines now and has statines called Simvastine for his cholesterol. Do you think that using this enzym is usefull for him?Should he stop with the statines or should he use both?

  22. Maurice.daher@gmail.com' Maurice
    Sep 21, 2016 @ 23:33:21

    Have anyone checked there CT heart scan calcium score. To find out whether has been any reduction of the calcium deposit in the arteries… Currently I have two blockage of 40 and 60 percent and will be trying this new therapy… Also started taking vitamin k2 with 10,000iu of vitamin d, to remove any calcium and put it where it belongs…

  23. Nevada_Smith@live.com' Nevada Smith
    Sep 22, 2016 @ 02:40:24

    A couple weeks ago I had an episode of Amaurosis fugax involving my left eye. It didn’t last long. Here’s the thing: I have been taking serrapeptase for some time. I would say at least 18 months. In the beginning I began taking it for superficial clots in my right leg that were causing me significant pain and discomfort. My initial dosage was 120,000 SUs three times a day. I later reduced that to 120,000 SUs twice a day. Because I was already taking serrapeptase when I had Amaurosis fugax, I was concerned with whether or not there was a possibility that the serrapeptase caused the Amaurosis fugax and what I should do. My father died with a stroke and my paternal grandmother also had a stroke. I have no other risk factors. I plan on starting an exercise routine today as I just recently retired and have no excuse not to. I also read that mercury toxicity is linked to causing blood clots. I had my dental amalgams replaced last January and have been following the Andy Cutler Chelation protocol since then currently taking 200 mg of alpha lipoic acid every three hours for 72 hours a week. Could the ALA and serrapeptase together be overdoing it or should I continue my regimen?

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