1. Health & Organic Wellbeing ( H.O.W )
    December 27, 2013 @ 10:45 am

    Thanks for sharing this!

  2. Beebs Tweet
    December 27, 2013 @ 10:45 am

    what if serrapeptase over a time period made a coronary blood clot smaller, would it not dislodge and cause a heart attack, stroke or embolism?

  3. Inara Mitchell
    December 27, 2013 @ 10:45 am

    It is definitely worth takeing a chance to try it. I am takeing high cholesterol meds and this might help. I hope my local health store has it.

  4. Sandy Jones
    December 27, 2013 @ 10:45 am

    Sorry, forgot to add, where can a person purchase this type of enzyme? Just wonderin…Thanks again…

  5. Sandy Jones
    December 27, 2013 @ 10:45 am

    I have Crohns Disease and am also taking the drug Humira, I was wondering if this particular enzyme, would help me? Thanks…

  6. aecsbill@yahoo.com' Carmon wilcox
    October 23, 2014 @ 3:56 am

    I have been taking 360000 spy for 3 yrs daily.It has helped prostate to work normal,blood pressure has
    dropped to 140/70 60 hr. I’m getting ready to have
    Shoulder replaced in 10 days. I will not take it again
    Until after operation recovery.probably 3 weeks.Blood thinning potential.

  7. carol.fox5@gmail.com' Carol Fox
    January 23, 2015 @ 10:37 am

    I would also like to know where this can be purchased. Is this something that you are currently taking? Do you have a brand preference? Thanks!

  8. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    January 23, 2015 @ 2:12 pm

    Hi Carol!

    Yes it is an enzyme that I currently take! Here are two brands that I trust (with links)

    Doctor’s Best


  9. wljobe2314@att.net' kenneth
    August 11, 2015 @ 8:47 pm


  10. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    August 15, 2015 @ 3:34 pm

    Hello, it is safe for him to continue taking serrapeptase. To discuss dosages…please email at drmichelle@www.onlineholistichealth.com

  11. phubertgm@gmail.com' Paul Hubert
    August 20, 2015 @ 12:35 am

    My wife developed rheumatoid arthritis in late 2002 as a result of insect bites and had her left knee replaced in 2005. Her left elbow joint is almost completely destroyed. After initial use of prednisone, she was only on sulindac twice daily for pain, very reluctant to permit any of the ‘heavy duty’ drugs. I first found Floyd H. Chilton’s books on inflammation and she began supplementing with borage oil and fish oil. However, when I ran across serrapeptase, she added 120,000spu’s (serratio units) daily and her SED rate results went from 70 to 9 to 2 – and her rheumatologist released her since he had nothing more to offer. He, however, flatly refused to believe ANY natural supplement could have ANY benefit whatsoever. She didn’t remember when, but at some point after beginning the serrapeptase, her pain had disappeared and she no longer needed the sulindac. She recently has has several ‘minor’ strokes, in spite of the use of serrapeptase. However, it is certainly entirely possible her use of serrapeptase is what has PREVENTED far more serious strokes since her youngest sister and her mother died from stroke and another younger sister is largely incapacitated from a stroke about a year and a half ago. Now we are applying ‘stroke recovery’ supplements, including D-Ribose, Co-Q10, Taurine and others. Linda must be VERY careful in adding anything, prescription or otherwise, because of her sensitivity to any form of change. There are many medications she does not tolerate. Because atorvastatin made her sick at a 10mg dose, I was thinking of doubling her serrapeptase, since I have seen 250,000 spu dosages available. We both have been on 120,000SPU dosages for well over a year. Under consideration for Linda is ginkgo biloba and a list of supplements, including B vitamins, astaxanthan, vinpocetine and rutin.

  12. phubertgm@gmail.com' Paul Hubert
    August 20, 2015 @ 12:39 am

    By the way, I have been recommending serrapeptase online for any disorder for which prednisone has been prescribed. One fellow with Crohns reported relief using it.

  13. lorena0818@aol.com' Lorena
    February 19, 2016 @ 8:14 pm

    Hello, my name is Lorena and would like to kno if serrapeptase will help me with COPD /EMPZEMA/ BRONCHUTUS. IVE BEEN MANAGING FAIRLY WELL BUT HAV VERY BAD BREATHING PROBLEMS LATELY AND PANICK WHEN I CANT BREATHE. PPL HAV TOLD ME THAT IT WILL CLEAN MY LUNGS UP AND IT WILL DISSOLVE OLD SCAR TISSUE.IM PRAYING THIS WILL HELP ME. .ALSO WHICH DOSE SHOULD I BUY? im very short of breathe here lately an I dnt even have to be doing anythg at all. Plz help me and guide me the right direction. The drs. Did nothing for me except predisone an oxgen.the predesone makes me swell an hyper.Plz call 540 204 74 00 thank you.

  14. khalid.hl@gmail.com' Khalid Hamza
    February 29, 2016 @ 5:47 am

    I want to use this enzyme for my ulcerative colitis problem, but I also read on one website that one of its side effect is gastric irritation and disturbance. What should I do?

  15. anitahallard@hawaii.rr.com' anita hallard
    March 17, 2016 @ 4:26 pm

    In regards to ulcerative colitis problem I have recommended okra tablets for the last 42 years with great success. 3-3 times a day for more acute cases. It has never not worked even in extreme cases in my own family. It is not as easy to come by and finally tracked in down in the last few years in Texas. Will look up the name of the company for you if you are interested.
    All the best, Anita Hallard

  16. Brian_smiles@hotmail.com' Brian
    March 22, 2016 @ 2:37 pm

    All evidence is from self reported anecdotal experiences. Where is the real evidence? I’ve tried this stuff and it did nothing. According to this “article”, it sounds like miracle drug. When something sounds too good to be true, take it with grain of salt.

  17. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    March 22, 2016 @ 4:05 pm

    Hello Brain. That’s great that you have tried serrapeptase! Yep some of the evidence is from anecdotal experiences, while actual studies have also been done and published by varies sources. Although there are many elements involved as to how fast anything will or not work. no different than with pharmaceuticals, beginning an exercises program or changing your diet. First, why were you taking serrapeptase? What results were you looking for? What was your state of health? How long did you take it? What was the dosage? Did you take it consistently? Did you make any lifestyle changes? Is separateness the right ting to take for your condition? These type of questions are important because no two people are alike. I have known people to get relief from pain quickly, while others it took much longer because they simply had more scar tissue. In some studies, the result for removing carotid artery plaque was nearly a year. As for your comment. “When something sounds too good to be true, take it with grain of salt”…it sounds like you have tried quite of few things for your condition (whatever it is) with little relief. I totally understand. It took years to naturally reverse my diagnosis of MS. Perhaps, give serrapeptase another chance. Thanks for your comment and best of luck in your search!

  18. angeles_ghie921@yahoo.com' Gina
    April 17, 2016 @ 7:49 pm

    I have a relative who have large fibroids and wondering if serrapeptase can help dissolve the tumor? Pls advise the dosage and duration of taking them? Also, she is currently taking Garlic Supplements. Is it ok to take the serrapeptase since iv’e read both thins the blood? Big Thanks !….

  19. janmagjewel@hotmail.com' Jan
    April 28, 2016 @ 12:48 pm

    I heard about Serrapeptase right after my husband age 70 had a Widowmaker heart attack. The doctor it is the worst one you can have. They put a stent in. So I bought him the low dose to start with and he took it for one year. Then I got him the 120,000. And he took it for a year. So far he is feeling good. Only time will tell and the doctors tests. His tests look good. I appreciate all the great testimonies!!

  20. susie111087@yahoo.com' Suzette McDowell
    May 11, 2016 @ 10:33 am

    My husband was recently diagnosed with sarcoidosis. It is in both lungs, abdomen and his brain and heart are showing signs as well. The doctor was very surprised because they thought he had lymphoma. Would serra peptide help him? They want him to take prednisone. Also I have RA and my thyroid was removed last year due to cancer and hashimotos . Would it help me as well? Thank you in advance.

  21. estatesalejunkie913@gmail.com' Lynn Carlson
    May 11, 2016 @ 9:44 pm

    Would serrapeptase be effective in reducing thyroid calcifications. They seem to be very common but I would like to avoid surgery if possible. The same for gallstones. Would it be effective for that as well?

  22. smcochran87@gmail.com' S. Sheppard
    May 14, 2016 @ 5:42 pm

    A doctor diagnosed me with uterine fibroids about 12 years ago; I was in high school. At the time the fibroids were not an issue other than the menstrual cycle issues I had. They just started becoming a problem in the past year because they grew in size. Because of this my doctor recommended a myomectomy. I am not having any pain from the fibroids, and my cycles are actually regulated. For some months now, I have also noticed that they are MUCH lighter. My cycle is so light sometimes that it barely seems like I’m having a cycle that month. Unfortunately, my doctor said I did not qualify for a less invasive procedure. Since then my husband and I have been trying to fight the uterine fibroids naturally. Since late February, I have been taking Fibro Defense, Fertilica DIM Complete, and we just added Doctor’s Best High Potency Serrapeptase three weeks ago. We used Vitalzym and a different brand of DIM last year for a period of time, I do not know if it helped me though. I also have used castor oil packs off and on this year. My husband and I wish to have children soon, but we really would prefer not to get rid of the fibroids through surgery. Is there any other natural methods that you would recommend? Do you recommend a specific brand of serrapeptase for uterine fibroids?

  23. onthespot@cpros.com' Rachel
    May 25, 2016 @ 6:14 pm

    Your description of a safe dosage is confusing. Could you please clarify:). I have been diagnosed with severe adhesion disease in my pelvis following a hysterectomy 22 months ago. Have been in severe pain and just found out yesterday my ovaries are adhered to my bowels and surgical cuff. They are pushing for surgery which is how I ended up in the mess and I am scared to tears. I am taking 100,000 spu 2xa day. Is this enough for adhesions or should I do more? If anyone has any positive stories of adhesion reversal or can offer a doctors name who is surgically skilled in this are, please, please let me know! Kindly!

  24. Khweber3@sbcglobal.net' Carin
    June 10, 2016 @ 1:22 am

    Do you think serrapeptase would work for capsular constriction?

  25. patatoflouda@hotmail.com' Rina
    June 10, 2016 @ 6:12 pm

    Hello Dr Michelle! I have ms too. And adenomyosis with adenomyoma 11cm. I take 4*80.000 iu serrapetase. Is it enough for me? What other things do you follow for ms? I follow Swank diet I exercice and I take some supplements. Last question, is serrapetase good for vasculitis? A friend of mine suffers from leg pain all the time. I’m every happy I showed your post. Be well.

  26. Luludotty@hotmail.co.uk' Doreen baalu
    July 5, 2016 @ 9:32 am

    Can this help with frozen shoulder
    And what dose age do you recommend please
    I have thyroid will it effect me
    Thank you

  27. ferminvaughn@gmx.de' read more
    July 5, 2016 @ 6:31 pm

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  28. Kimwallington@yahoo.com' Kim Wallington
    July 18, 2016 @ 3:52 pm

    I also as some of you have RA. I currently take Enbrel and Ariva. I would love nothing more than to get completely off these medications. The side effects are very scary. My Mother died of lung cancer in 2011, she also had very bad RA. I’m quite sure that the drugs she was talking for her RA had a definite effect on her life span.

    For myself, I would love to start taking something NATURAL. Can anyone testify to the facts of it helpline with RA? I am very confident in my own abilities and would love to actually try Serrapeptase.

    Does anyone have experience with taking this and eliminating their current use of the Rx’s for RA? I would love to hear you’re experience, good or bad.

    Thank you in advance for helping me make a decision that could ultimately help myself and the other millions of people with this terrible disease.

    Kim Wallington

  29. robequinn@aol.com' BERNICE
    July 27, 2016 @ 6:34 pm


  30. jabrowland@aol.com' Jennifer Rowland
    August 23, 2016 @ 6:14 am

    I’d be curious to read more about this, do you have any documented studies to back up all this? Most things on the shelves today are simply a waste of money, they degrade in the stomach acid. There is a lot to be said about the placebo effect.

  31. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    August 23, 2016 @ 10:48 am

    Hello Jennifer! Yes you are correct. There are many things on the shelves and that are prescribed that are worthless (including most pharmaceuticals). Though…in my opinion there is nothing more potent than the placebo effect (The power of belief).

    I have to tell you (personal story) my aunt was scheduled for stent in 2013 due to 90% carotid artery occlusion. After taking thearputic dosages for 3 months, they canceled the procedure because there was very little evidence of an occlusion!

    I also take serrapeptase due to wear and tear on my body from exercise and love it!

    There are research studies, many done in other countries (not in English) but here are a few:


    Hope this helps!

  32. reshmaz28@gmail.com' Reshma
    September 4, 2016 @ 1:17 am

    Hi just wanted to check which brand to buy in India.

  33. Jacklugo@live.com' Diana
    September 19, 2016 @ 3:44 am

    Hello, extremely excited to hear about this, currently I’m lying in bed after a laparoscopy that took three hours to remove all the scar tissue found. I really feel this will help after reading all the info! Can i take it if i have a thyroid (w/calcification) problem currently taking synthroid 125mg, trying to get pregnant, and diagnosed with costocondritis? How much would i take and how many times a day? Thank you in advance, Diana

  34. dedas71@gmail.com' Carlos Santos
    September 28, 2016 @ 5:27 pm

    I wanted to know if you can recommend serrapetase for sarcoidosis disease?

  35. Allynac83@hotmail.com' Alison
    October 10, 2016 @ 12:53 pm

    Hello Dr..
    I lost my right tube due to ectopic and now was just informed left tube is blocked.. I bought ther serrapeptase in 120,000 spu.. if I start taking this how long do you estimate it take to clear my tube up. My OBGYN just shook her head when I told her I’m trying this prior to her reccomendation of IVF…

  36. chilecooper@hotmail.com' Sharon
    October 22, 2016 @ 11:51 am

    Will serrapeptase help a hematoma I have on my arm from a recent fall?

  37. meenakshi.jaiswal24@gmail.com' Jais
    November 11, 2016 @ 8:06 am

    Is serrapeptase will help for lungscarring?

  38. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    November 11, 2016 @ 11:10 am

    Hello Jais! Yes serrapeptase has been shown to help any type of scarring including of the lung.

  39. judee.gallagher@gmail.com' Judee
    November 13, 2016 @ 1:23 pm

    I was diagnosed with Morton’s Nueroma (a very painful condition in my toes in my right foot and painful to walk. This was through my own fault of wearing high heels for over 30 years! However, my podiatrist said my alternatives were to a) have the tendon cut – which would leave the toe numb (no thanks) b) have periodic injections of cortisone – no thanks or c) wear very bulky orthotics – but would mean I would have to wear bulky shoes like runners all the time…
    Before I made a decision, I decided to look online for a natural remedy and threads from people who have tried something else…I found a thread about people who had been taking Serrapeptase specifically for this condition and had success with it, so decided to give it a try…as discussed it eats dead tissue and that’s exactly what it did around the nerve of my toe. After a few months, I was pain free and could wear my regular shoes with comfort again – not the high heels though 🙂

    Also, I was diagnosed with high cholesterol and my Dr. wanted to put me on meds, but I said no…
    Again, after a couple of years, I was tested for high cholesterol and was told my levels were good! I can only attribute this to the Serrapeptase…I cannot say enough good things about it. I was taking 160,000 every day. I took it for several years and then stopped, not for any particular reason, but I’ve just started taking again…

  40. meenakshi.jaiswal24@gmail.com' Jais
    November 15, 2016 @ 2:12 am

    Thank you for your reply but little confused which one should buy, Is Doctor’s Best 40,000 Serratiopeptidase vegie cap will work for lung scarring?

    What dosage i should take?Please advice?

  41. Ajb1953@att.net' Gloria
    November 15, 2016 @ 3:19 am

    I take meds for thyroid sand high blood meds and RA but do not take meds for that. Has Ulutric Colitic. Can I take this with these meds with no interaction?

  42. meenakshi.jaiswal24@gmail.com' Jais
    November 16, 2016 @ 1:49 am

    I have found 2 products of Doctor’s Best Serrapeptase like 1. 40,000 Serratiopeptidase vegie caps and 2. 270 veggie caps( Helps breakdown unwanted Proteins)
    Please tell me which one should buy for lung scarring problem?

  43. westmucketta@gmail.com' Adriana
    November 23, 2016 @ 4:19 pm

    I recently began taking serrapeptase to see if it improved the varicose veins in my calves. I unfortunately had a bleed in my eye (either caused by rubbing too vigorously or mild hypertension plus strain). This has happened to me before and cleared up quite quickly. However this time, the bleed seemed to fill the eye over a couple of days and made the eye ache. I immediately stopped taking the serrapeptase and after 24 hours the bleed felt like it stopped and the process of the eye clearing seemed to begin. I am blood group O positive which I believe has issues with blood clotting and I wonder if serrapeptase aggravates a propensity to bleed. There is scant mention of it affecting platelet stickiness but it is of concern to me so wanted to flag up my experience. I am 64 years old and otherwise in very good health apart from an occasional stiff knee.

  44. gcaballero825@optonline.net' Gladys
    November 24, 2016 @ 8:21 pm

    Serrapeptase is an Inexepensive Natural Miracle Medication
    by Paul Fassa

    (NaturalNews) Imagine if you knew of someone over 60 who was cured in 3 weeks from advanced emphysema and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder) with an inexpensive natural medicine. And what if you found out this natural enzyme was good for a variety of different health problems, even those nagging “minor” ailments of aging? This inexpensive miracle medication is called Serrapeptase. The story of the man in his 60’s who recovered in 3 weeks was related during a radio interview about Serrapeptase, by Dennis Gore, a Manchester, England pharmacist who specializes in natural medicines.

  45. pushpamahor1007@gmail.com' Pushpa
    December 1, 2016 @ 3:19 am

    hi doctor,i have only one tube,the left one and that is block.my right ovary has been removed by serjury in 2009 because of tubercluosis.so can u tell me that serrapeptase help me to open the fallopian tube.

  46. kendooman@msn.com' Leroy Paul Gebhart
    December 2, 2016 @ 10:16 pm

    Hi–I want to respond to those individuals who are looking for the “proper dose and length of time” to take serrapeptase. As Dr Kmiec indicated, each person is different and what may work for one person may not for another (for various reasons), so you will have to experiment on yourself. That said, I’d like to relate my experience with serrapeptase. Several years ago, after having spent at least $200,000+ over 45 years for the treatment of chronic back pain, I came across an article that spoke of treating adhesions and scar tissue with serrapeptase. Having tried just about everything else for the pain, I decided to try it. I ordered 90 capsules (120,000 SPUs) of Drs Best serrapeptase. I took one capsule for several days before breakfast to determine if I would have any reaction. I then took another capsule at bedtime for several days. Following that, I took 2 capsules in the morning and at night for about a week. I had no reactions. I then dropped back down to a capsule in the morning and in the evening. About 6 weeks after starting serrapeptase, I noticed in one of my qigong classes that a particular movement that normally caused me pain was no longer painful. Several days later I noticed my chronic 24/7 pain was now below my normal consciousness–something that had been with me for 45 years. And several days after that I noticed that I was getting out of bed, no longer sore and stiff but refreshed and rested as I had decades ago. Did serrapeptase work for me? Sure did. What I think serrapeptase did for me was dissolve many adhesions and a lot of scar tissue that was causing the various aches and pains in my body.

    Based on my experience, I would say, give it a try. Experiment–see what works for you. Be patient. Results may take months to appear. I wasn’t even looking for results when they began appearing. And finally, believe that serrapeptase will work (The placebo is real and the placebo is your belief!). May serrapeptase aid in your healing.

  47. meenakshi.jaiswal24@Gmail.com' Mini
    December 6, 2016 @ 10:40 pm

    Hi Leroy,

    Thanks for sharing your experience, is sereapeptase cleared all your internal scar tissues problem.

  48. purdicica@yahoo.com' Cristina Purdea
    December 28, 2016 @ 6:25 am

    Hi Dr.Michelle. Sorry to bother you .Do you think it’s safe to take Fibrovera AHS from Arthur Andrew for my endometriosis? I have a cyst(3.8cm) on my right ovary and my left ovary was taken out due to infection 🙁 . I don’t want to end up on the hands of another doctor that might take out another part of me so that’s why I decide to treat it naturally. Any answer would help me tremendously. Thank you

  49. Online Holistic Health
    December 28, 2016 @ 10:54 am

    Hello Cristina, The product looks like a good one! You may want to also consider taking the prescribed dosage of serrapeptase in addition to that product.

  50. vc10@sky.com' Major Bowen
    January 17, 2017 @ 11:45 am

    Good Day! Dr Michelle Kmiec,
    I’ve been taking Serrapeptase on & off for a couple of years,for IBS. However I’ve developed Lymphoedema in my lower legs and feet. Just started bandage treatment. Do you think that
    Serrapeptase will help this condition? I have a mobility problem, which I hope, in due course, to attend a Chiropractor. To treat my lower back problem. (77 year old male) Do you have any other recommendations? Would be appreciated. Warm Regards Major a.k.a. Maj (England) UK

  51. swedeolson@yahoo.com' swede olson
    January 22, 2017 @ 11:55 am

    17 years ago my doctor estimated that I could exspect 5 years life exspectancy because stage 3 copd had damaged my lungs.I was put on steroids twice daily.being a Profesional singer it was an effort to continue working.a friend put me onto serepeptase.and with in 2 months taking 240000 units I stopped the steroids.I do not take any other meds.
    I am now able to carry my own equipment,about 800 pound,in and out of the lounges I work in,BY THE WAY, DID I MENTION ,I AM 83 YEARS OLD AND STILL PLAYING AND SINGING 4 HRS,3 NIGHTS PER WEEK.in the mean time I have played this life saving enzyme forward to about 100 or so people with all sorts other problems, and every one of them have had great results.COME ON PEOPLE,TRY IT!!

  52. josmith1265@gmail.com' Jo
    January 23, 2017 @ 6:52 am

    I have a daughter with Lyme disease and have heard the possibility of using serrapeptase to breakdown the glue like surface around the cysts that form encasing the bacteria so the immune system can’t find it. Is this correct and do you know if we can access it in Australia? Many thanks.

  53. daisymaestyle@yahoo.com' Theresa
    February 6, 2017 @ 10:04 pm

    I had endometriosis had 4 sugerys my over your was stuck you my colon three years after my last sugery my appendix burst I was home 4 days before I went in and got checked because my low fever wouldn’t go away I spent a week in the hospital had sugery 3minths later to remove the tissue my burst was walled off luckily that was two and a half yrs ago I felt great but now my same cramps on my lower right side are back the trauma surgeon Saud I had sufficient amount of scar tissue from all the,sugerys due to my endometriosis do you think your product would work to get rid of the scar tissue and pain I’ve had this pain for years and sure don’t want it,back I’m very active with camping hunting fishing hiking gardening ect.. Ithe just puts a big damper on things when this pain flares up. Please,email me for some answers thankyou Theresa

  54. khads_rowe@yahoo.com' Tamara
    February 7, 2017 @ 10:02 am

    Hi I found out about Serrapeptase recently and start taking it a week ago. I had 2 ectopic one in 2015 and the oth we in 2 months ago. How can Serrapeptase help? not sure what cause my ectopic but my doctor said I should try ivf. I have an appointment on February 16 at a fertility clinic to find out more about what the necessary step I should be talking for the ivf procedure. Is taking Serrapeptase going to affect my ivf process.

  55. Chiriac_alexandra_23@yahoo.com' Alexandra
    February 8, 2017 @ 12:24 pm


    I have stage 3 triple negative breast,cancer. As I have read this is very good for detox during chemo, can you please advise what dose can I take?


  56. rochellefullarton@gmail.com' Rochelle
    February 21, 2017 @ 6:41 pm

    I have something called a Bartholin Cyst down below, I’ve been searching for a natural treatment for a while now and Serrapeptase is one thing that keeps coming up.
    Do you think Serrapeptase will solve the problem?
    If so how much dosage would you recommend?

    Thanks in advance for your help


  57. orsi_k_24@yahoo.co.uk' I Orsi
    February 25, 2017 @ 5:07 pm

    I have relapsing remitting Multiple sclerosis. Im relapsing 2-3 times a year when i always receive 500mg methylprednisolone daily for five days. I found out about Serrapeptase a few weeks ago. I think im having a flare ive been taking 250000iu x3 a day for two weeks now and i believe it stopped me getting worse . I usually have horrible numbness hip pain and lose my ability to walk. I can still walk… I wonder how much would be the best to take.I have also been taking Serracor NK x3 daily . Is that ok or can i take more and should i expect improving mobility and if so how long after i started these two capsules. Thank you for any advice or information or experience. Best wishes Orsi

  58. tornadorv02@gmail.com' CARMEN
    March 8, 2017 @ 12:10 am

    Hello…I have had RA now for over 17 years from mosquito bites.. I am 50 years old and have taken every kind of RA medication on the market which of course has caused other problems….in 2014 I was in a terrible car accident which crushed my left ankle and after several surgeries and skin graphs and a fused ankle I made some changes to eat better, exercise and get healthy…I’ve been on a Veggie/Vegan diet for a year now…and feel great…I have taken myself off all RA meds prescribed by my RA doctor and am currently wheening myself off of Cymbalta that I have been on for 15 years(which has been a nightmare) and doing this with the help of a Homeopathic Doctor that has me on Curcum-Evail but I need something more for my inflammation and have been reading about Serrapeptase….. please tell me if possible what dosage to start with……. I am so excited to begin this new journey. Thank you

  59. btymcdld@aol.com' betty mcdonald
    March 8, 2017 @ 5:58 pm

    I don’t see many reports of success for abdominal adhesions, something much needed to give hope to those leading horribly painful lives due to surgery. Why aren’t there more and are high dosages indicated?

  60. uoft.engineer@sympatico.ca' S. Habus
    March 10, 2017 @ 7:02 pm

    I. have been taking 480,000 SU per day (2 capsules in morning and 2 at night) for 6 weeks.
    Am amazed at how my body had improved and here is a list:

    1. Sinus issues gone. No more Tylenol sinus
    2. Bronchial congestion gone. No more puffer.
    3. Fingers are looser.
    4. Inflammation where I had a ganglion cyst remove is gone.
    5. Slight inflammation (ongoing) where I tweaked my knee years ago is gone.
    6. Crunching sound in my elbow where I broke it 20 years ago is gone.
    7. Extreme dry elbows almost completely gone.

    My side effects:
    1. Sense of smell has heightened.
    2. Sense of taste is better.
    3. Snoring gone.
    4. Quality of sleep has improved drastically.
    5. More energy.

    This has been my experience and am truly amazed at the outcome. I got tired of taking the puffer and sinus medication as they were only short term relief and am not a big believer in taking any form of medication or supplements. But my sinuses could not take it anymore.

    If I may, the reason I came across serrapeptase is the my cat was put down due to a blood clot (saddle thrombosis). As I was educating myself in his condition I came a cross a researcher in Virginia who is using an enzyme to treat this and the cats come to full recovery. I don’t know what enzyme she is using for her research but sounds very similar to serrapeptase (strongly recommend cat owners to seek her out if their cat gets a blood clot). And this led to me coming across serrapeptase.

    Thanks for reading

  61. Online Holistic Health
    March 10, 2017 @ 7:45 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing your amazing story! <3 !

  62. Teenag@cox.net' Teena Ginn
    March 14, 2017 @ 9:53 pm

    My dad is 72 and was diagnosed w pulmonary fibrosis a couple of years ago. Lately it has worsened and his lung capacity is 30 Percent. Would this help him? Approximately how much should he take daily? I think he has given up as he can’t even walk around his house without getting out of breath.

  63. uoft.engineer@sympatico.ca' uoft.engineer@sympatico.ca
    March 17, 2017 @ 5:15 am

    @Teena Ginn – I can’t speak for your dad as I am about 20 years younger. I do length swimming and was up to 36 lengths of a 25 metre pool 7 weeks ago before I started taking serrapeptase. 7 weeks later I am up to 40 lengths and feel much better after with no breathing issues. I was stuck at 36 lengths for the longest time. I did have bronchial issues needing to take a puffer and also nasonex at least once a week. Also Tylenol sinus ongoing for my whole life – NO MORE. One thing I did not do was change any of my routine as I wanted to make sure it was the serrapeptase working not my habit change. Best I have felt in many years. You can read my previous post in here,

  64. Nolesgrl333@gmail.com' Kim Jufer
    March 31, 2017 @ 11:13 am

    Will this actually help chronic headaches and migraines? Someone recommended this to me. Thank you.

  65. Wrlmore83@gmail.com' Roma Elmore
    April 2, 2017 @ 9:03 am

    I have had several knee surgeries due to scar tissue forming in and around my knees and other places in my legs. I also have RA and spinal stenosis. I have researched about my condition for years and have tried so many different things, but am in constant pain to the point I am hardly able to walk. I exercise, take physical therapy, and eat as healthy as possible. I just ordered the strongest dosage of serrapeptase and am wondering if starting out with the strongest dose is okay? At the beginning of this year I said I would never spend anymore money on ointments or other things that made claims to help you, but since I am always researching and after reading the reviews about this, I am going to try once again.

  66. fairchildfrieda@gmail.com' Rupa
    April 18, 2017 @ 4:22 am

    Hello !!!
    I am a 27 year old. Can i take serrapeptase for no reason . Will it harm ?

  67. dandhappycat@gmail.com' Denise
    May 2, 2017 @ 1:34 am

    Hi, a f months ago I started taking Doctor’s Best Serrapeptase 40,000 SPU for neuritis and sinus pain. It helps only slightly. I want to increase the dosage to 120,000 or 250,000. Is that a safe dosage?
    I also have read that serrapeptase is a possible treatment or preventative supplement for Alzheimer’s? Is that true? My Mom passed away from Alzheimer’s and I have been taking omeprazole for many years for a hiatal hernia. Now, I read that all proton pump inhibitors increase your chances of getting Alzheimer’s by 29%! I want to increase my dosage in hopefully decreasing my chances of getting this horrible disease. I would appreciate any and all information you can give me on this subject.
    Thank you very much.

  68. uoft.engineer@sympatico.ca' S. Habus
    May 4, 2017 @ 5:05 am

    @Kim Jufer @Denise @Roma – read my post above under S. Habus. Most recently at the 3 month period, my internal scar hardness from where I had a ganglion cyst removed almost 2 years ago has finally softened and is almost gone.

  69. carrjules@gmail.com' Julie Carr
    May 18, 2017 @ 6:07 am

    Hello Dr. Kmiec, Thank you for all the information that you give us! I ordered Doctor’s Best Serrapaptase. I take synthroid, will this affect my thyroid? I though I could take my synthroid
    first thing in the am and take the serrapaptase about 2 hours later. I am doing intermittent fasting
    so I would be taking it on a empty stomach. I have so many problems that I think serrapatase would be good for: allergies, asthma, varicose veins and to help clear my arteries. Thank you again for your help.

  70. Susan.hristu@gmail.com' Susan Hristu
    June 4, 2017 @ 7:39 pm

    First, for Jo with a daughter who has Lyme in Australia, YES Serrapeptase is recommended to dissolve biofilms (part of co-infection I believe is called Bartonella). Second, anyone who has been diagnosed with MS-please, please, please see an ILAD’s doctor and have your symptoms assessed and possibly blood work done by specialty laboratory. My son was misdiagnosed with MS — he actually has active Lyme and co-infection Bartonella.

  71. redisblue@msn.com' Kas
    June 6, 2017 @ 9:32 am

    After taking serrapeptase I had a blood test and my chlistrol went up instead of down. Why? Am taking 80000 u X3
    Is this the it will get worst before it gets better?

  72. amaowusu2017@gmail.com' Ama
    June 10, 2017 @ 8:24 am

    Just want a confirmation:
    Dr. Please can serrapeptase be used to unblock blocked Fallopian tubes?

  73. Online Holistic Health
    June 10, 2017 @ 1:15 pm

    Hello Ama! Only if they are blocked due to scar tissue or an adhesion.

    Hope that helps

  74. kim_brick@yahoo.com' Kim
    June 17, 2017 @ 11:33 pm

    Ama, yes….serrapeptase can and does unblock fallopian tubes! Just make sure to take it on an empty stomache, atleast 2 hours after you have ate, and make sure to drink atleast 8oz of water when taking it….the water keeps your tummy from getting upset. There are many women on babycenter.com that have unblocked tubes with it and many in the process of unblocking tubes with it. Just go there, search in the “community” for naturally unblocking fallopian tubes with serrapeptase….theres like 4 topix started on it because they limit comments but each page says like part 2, 3 ,4.

  75. kim_brick@yahoo.com' Kim
    June 17, 2017 @ 11:36 pm

    Can you take these things with serrapeptase?
    omega 3
    CoQ10 ubiqinol
    Vitamin K2
    amino acids
    garlic pills
    dong quai

  76. mjrinss@gmail.com' Mark
    July 6, 2017 @ 2:12 pm

    I have been diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis. My cardiologist is pushing for heart surgery. Is there any evidence, anecdotal or otherwise, that serrapeptase might have the potential to keep me out of the operating theatre?

  77. tweedlbach@aol.com' Terence Pearce
    August 8, 2017 @ 10:54 pm

    Hey there.
    I have read testimonials from people statintrg that the use of serrapeptase “really tore up my stomach”. I am thinking of using it (for various applications) and wondering if this is rare or, if not, how does one avoid the gastric disturbances. It sounds counter-intuitive as it seems to be used, amongst its other applications, for things like reflux & IBS etc. 2nd question, is 80000iu per day too much, can I do more? Any thoughts please?

  78. Online Holistic Health
    August 9, 2017 @ 11:32 am

    Hello Terence,

    To be honest, in my experience I have never heard of serrapeptase “tearing up” anyone’s stomach…of course, I am not (in any way) dismissing what other people may say was their experience…though it may be likely that they were taking the enzyme for the wrong purpose. It is important to note that I have only recommended this enzyme to be is used for exactly what it is designed to do…break down excess fibrin. So it doesn’t seem like the proper supplement to use for something like heartburn or IBS. Now if you are talking about scarring (from surgery or even arthritis), atherosclerosis, fibrocystic breasts, cystic Fibrosis, blood clots, etc..then Serrapeptase is by far the winning supplement to take.

    80,000 SPU is within recommended dosages.

    I hope this helps!

    Wishing you the best of health!

  79. Kladislao@gmail.com' Karla
    August 16, 2017 @ 9:04 pm

    Can serrapeptase help relieve carpal tunnel symptoms?

  80. jmckenzie@hotmail.com' anne
    August 17, 2017 @ 4:16 pm

    Serraptease is NOT a cruelty free product. Beware.

  81. Online Holistic Health
    August 18, 2017 @ 11:50 am

    Hi Anne! Thanks for your comment. Would you please elaborate?

  82. bikerblue@yahoo.com' Tami
    August 27, 2017 @ 10:45 am

    I’m having a lot of severe abdominal pain related to adhesions. I’ve been taking serrepeptase for a week now. What’s the max dose you recommend and how long before you see results s typically?

  83. Grdelaine@gmail.com' Gena
    September 3, 2017 @ 2:14 am


    I have atherosclerosis, RA and high blood pressure. What dose of serrapeptase would you recommend?

  84. ge98royu@yahoo.com' glenda sucuarro
    September 3, 2017 @ 10:31 am

    I have myoma and meniere’s disease. and my body kinda feeling fatigue all the time even i’m not doing anything. my heart beats or palpating even i just walk for few minutes. just walking around just a little bit. i’ve been ‘having difficulty in walking and standing too. my over all feeling my body it’s like a candle that’s drifting everday. it’s really wéird health problems i have right now….can serrapeptase help me?? please help ,anyone out there……

  85. trailgarth@verizon.net' garth trail
    September 3, 2017 @ 1:28 pm

    hi, doctor from jamaica w.i she has problems with her heart such as lots of chest pains she had a stroke before i came across serrapeptase for water retention builded up could this enzyme help her with her heart conditions

  86. trailgarth@verizon.net' garth trail
    September 3, 2017 @ 1:39 pm

    hi doctor, referring to question above , my mom from jamaica wi is 82 years old who’s having problems with her heart

  87. Ffgrita@gmail.com' RB
    September 6, 2017 @ 2:40 am

    Can serrapeptase eat gortex mesh on a hernia operation? Do these people need to stay away from it? Or does it work fine and you don’t have to worry?

  88. Online Holistic Health
    September 6, 2017 @ 11:22 am

    Hello RB,

    Serrapeptase does not “eat” gortex mesh so nothing to worry about there 🙂

    All the best!

  89. judyrad@hotmail.com' Judy
    September 9, 2017 @ 7:44 am

    I was wondering what dosage of serrapeptase should I be taking for a mortons neuroma?

  90. gordstone@shaw.ca' Gord Stone
    October 3, 2017 @ 12:42 am

    Will serrapeptase help with peripheral neuropathy?

  91. suzanne3399@yahoo.com' Suzanne
    October 8, 2017 @ 12:38 pm

    Is there a certain Serrapeptase I could purchase for the purpose of attempting to shrink my uterine fibroids? Largest one I have is 8x8x8. Thanks, I’m really really trying to shrink these on my own.

  92. abhilipsa.me08@gmail.com' abhi
    October 16, 2017 @ 6:43 am

    does it help with keloid scars?

  93. merlelainehostetler@gmail.com' Merle Hostetler
    October 25, 2017 @ 10:27 pm

    Where can I find scientific studies showing reduction of lung scarring by using enzymes to dissolve the scarring?
    Are most studies from India and Japan?

  94. felicia@adoseofhealth.com' Felicia
    November 18, 2017 @ 7:59 am

    I recently had a knee problem that had been plaguing me for almost a year (swelling and popping noises). I finally tried serrapeptase, 360,000 SPUs three times a day, and by the second day my knee swelling was down significantly. By the end of the week I was able to get back to walking and biking with no more popping sounds. Serrapeptase is truly amazing. Not only that, I’ve noticed that my skin feels softer.

  95. Online Holistic Health
    November 18, 2017 @ 4:19 pm

    Hi Felicia! That is great!!! So happy to hear!

    Wishing you the best of health!!

  96. johan@capeholidays.info' Johan Horak
    December 11, 2017 @ 11:38 pm

    Hi Dr Michelle I am relieved to have read your articles on Serrapeptase.

    5 months ago I had a by pass due to plaque.

    If I knew what I know now this may not have been necessary.

    Unfortunately the doctors are good at an emergency but useless in healing.

    Obviously the plaque will return if I don’t heal the cause.

    And I have changed my ways by eating the “ancient” diet, getting fit and strong, getting magnesium, potassium, omega-3, boron, other minerals etc.

    I am lucky to have come across the Magnesium Advocacy Group on Facebook. Only 128000 people last time I checked.

    Amazing stuff on how iron cause us to rust. How our iron increases and magnesium reduces as we age. Etc. I hope to see you there. The kind of place for people like you. I am getting on a roll. Let me get back.

    I read you said low dosage / high dosage that both works. The low one just takes longer.

    I am thinking of taking 40 000 SPU 3 times a day away from food. It seems very low for quick results. Should I, rather, double or triple it for a month and then go back to maintenance of 40 000 x3?

    Thanks again for sharing.

  97. ushamalar017@gmail.com' Malavilli
    December 25, 2017 @ 2:01 pm

    Hi Dr Michelle ,.my husband has diabetic,weak heart and cronic kidney failure .pls suggest,the right dosage of serrapeptase ,he should take.he is also on blood thinning pills.tq.

  98. ushamalar017@gmail.com' Malavilli
    December 25, 2017 @ 2:12 pm

    Hi Dr Michelle,
    My husband has diabetic,weak heart and cronic kidney failure.can he take serrapeptase.kindly suggest the dosage.tq

  99. mizzogee@earthlink.net' Kirsten
    January 7, 2018 @ 10:50 am

    Hi Dr Michelle,
    I have Hashimotos and high cholesterol and would like to try serrapetase. I have a gortex ligament in my right knee. will the serrapeptase disslove the artificial ligament?

  100. Online Holistic Health
    January 8, 2018 @ 8:20 am

    Hello Kirsten, nope serrapeptase will not dissolve a real or an artificial ligament.

    Wishing you the best!

  101. davebradsaw29@yaho.com' dave bradshaw
    January 12, 2018 @ 9:43 am

    can serrapeptase help with bad sebboric warts

  102. Online Holistic Health
    January 12, 2018 @ 10:42 am

    Hello Dave,

    Great question and to be honest, I do not know if serrapeptase would help or not since Seborrhoeic Keratosis is not related to scar tissue but rather a type of fungus/yeast along with “skin tissue build-up”. That said, I did a find a few anecdotal results that mention that serrapeptase can be helpful. One thing is for sure, trying serrapeptase for a few months will definitely not hurt you and you just might find it beneficial. And if so, please contact me because this would be interesting feedback! Here is a link that addresses your question. I like what it suggested especially given that Seborrhoeic Keratosis is a fungus, and would recommend everything that is mentioned.

    Good luck and wishing you the best of health!

  103. calvinmcduffie@guideyourhealth.org' Calvin McDuffie
    March 16, 2018 @ 4:24 pm

    This is a great article. Thanks for the great information. My wife had endometriosis and the docs said we couldn’t have anymore kids. We found serrapeptase and now we have 3 more. Thank You!

  104. Studiobliss@gmail.com' Ron
    March 19, 2018 @ 4:28 pm

    My wife takes serrapeptasse, we would like to know if it can take the place of a blood thinner. Please let us know. Ron & Heidi Duesling.

  105. Judyabrahams1@hotmail.co.uk' Judy Abrahams
    March 21, 2018 @ 11:08 pm

    @calvin …I’ve just clicked your link but nothing happens…I would of liked to read your info
    Hi Dr Michelle….just wondering….what dose would you advise for …???? Ashermans…I had a d&c post miscarriage late last year…no period since…I was not informed of the risk of Ashermans- only that it is extremely rare.It hasn’t been formally diagnosed yet, have hystroscopy booked for next month and investigation, but I am considering only letting the Dr do it for diagnostic purposes…as the Dr said she had only done one op on someone with AshermansI have also bought nattokinase …( Drs Best) .Many Thanks

  106. modymichele@gmail.com' Maureen
    April 11, 2018 @ 9:38 pm

    Would this help with IPF? New finding. Likely had Valley fever ( San Joaquin Co., CA, silica exposure second hand, father passed from IPF……. UGH!

  107. Jackalyhn04@hotmail.com' Jackie
    May 7, 2018 @ 6:50 pm

    I’m giving my mom Serrapeptase for PF. She has a foul odor to her breath a few days into treatment. Sometimes we skip days because of this. She says she doesn’t notice. Is this caused by breakdown of the fibrin? Thank you

  108. cristinateixeira.eft@gmail.com' Cristina Teixeira
    May 9, 2018 @ 12:40 pm

    Hi Serrapepatse can help to eliminate clots on varicose vein? How long normaly to get effect? Thanks

  109. sherifitzgerald@hotmail.com' sheri
    July 9, 2018 @ 6:50 pm

    serrapeptase makes me vomit 3 hours after ingestion–any idea why?

  110. lindajowalton@gmail.com' Linda
    July 16, 2018 @ 12:16 pm

    I am taking serrapeptase.. I have type 2 diabetes and retinopathy. Do you know of any cases of it improving or worsening this condition.? I have had surgery s, shots and laser and was pretty stable.. but just had a bleed Friday night in left eye. I have continued to take it . It really helps me with inflammation. I am going to the retina specialist this week. I can’t see anything out of the eye right now. The eye Dr said it is ok to take Ibuprofen but I don’t. Thanks for any information..

  111. Grossman.Lisa@Icloud.com' Lisa Marie Grossman
    September 7, 2018 @ 9:07 am

    I have M.S plus more and I am owning my body as well. The one thing I never get is an answer on is that I don’t have a gallbladder. It was surgical taken out because of stones. I now know that my gallbladder is important with my digestive tract regardless if I was told I can live without it. However everything start after the removal.
    My question is how would Serrapeptase effect me if taken. I had taken bile salts and that backs up on me and burns my throat. So aiding my food break down with the salts does not help me.
    Serrapeptase if used can it be used with out a gallbladder. Is there any research that confirms that it can help a person without a gallbladder effectively as a person with one.
    Or is it a hit and miss with absorption if I decided to take it.

  112. mat033@optonline.net' Angela Rogers
    September 11, 2018 @ 11:48 am

    Hi Dr.Kmiec,
    I was online researching ways to get rid of internal post surgical scar tissue. I had a hernia operation 5 years ago and feel hardness and pulling around my belly button and extending out toward my diaphram. I’ve had digestive and breathing issues which I believe is a result of the scar tissue. I do not want to undergo another surgery to remove the scar tissue and have read about serrapeptase in the use of scar tissue. In addition, several doctors believe I have fibromyalia and I read it could be helpful with this as well. I am in chronic pain and do not take anything but supplements and i exercise daily to relieve the pain which seems to be the best remedy but I cannot exercise all day. The pain returns at night and is the worst in the morning. Should i try serrapeptase and if so what dosage would you suggest. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  113. oobagah@tahoo.com' Jane
    September 21, 2018 @ 2:13 pm

    There doesn’t seem to be any kind of help for Hidradenitis Suppurativa. I am wondering since it is a form of boils and cysts if maybe serrapeptase might help it. Would it be worth a try?

  114. judymarymary@yahoo.com' Judith M. Persohn
    January 5, 2019 @ 9:08 pm

    I have a friend with RA. She takes Serrapeptase with good results. I have an over active thyroid and it has become enlarged. The meds are doing just as much harm as good. I will give serrapeptase a chance before having this very important gland removed. I am terrified but it is to the point I may have to have this done. But regardless of what happens, I will use this enzyme even if this thyroid gland has to be removed.

  115. bobjaneice@att.net' Janeice Hargrave
    December 19, 2020 @ 11:48 pm

    Thanks for the information.
    I have sarcoidosis in the lungs and taking Serrapeptase 120,000 SPU six times a day which comes to 720,000 SPU and 360 mg.
    Is this a good amount to take with this type of diseases ?

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