Protease refers to a group of enzymes that have the catalytic function to hydrolyze (breakdown) peptide bonds of proteins. They are also called proteolytic enzymes or proteinases. Proteases differ in their ability to hydrolyze various peptide bonds. Each type of protease has a specific kind of peptide bonds it breaks. Examples of proteases include: fungal protease, pepsin, trypsin, chymotrypsin, papain, bromelain, and subtilisin. Proteolytic enzymes are very important in digestion as they breakdown the protein foods to liberate the amino acids needed by the body. Additionally, proteolytic enzymes have been used in various forms of therapy for a long time. Their use in medicine is gaining importance as several clinical studies are indicating their benefits in oncology, inflammation, blood rheology control, and immune regulation.
Bio Sci High Concentration Proteinase
Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Which May Be Suitable For:
Bone and joint pain (1), rheumatoid joint pain (2,3,4), muscle tenderness after exercise (5), paranasal sinus hypersensitivity (6), asthma (7), airway hypersensitivity (7), wound healing (8, 9), irritable bowel syndrome health (10), intestinal health (11), colon health (11), chest colic (12), venous health (12), cholesterol plaque (13), platelet aggregation (13), soft tissue injury (14).
Benefits Of High Concentration Proteinase
The selection of extracts can act as nutritional supplement, as well as help digesting unnecessary substances or harmful cells, and removing them from the body systems. If an accurate portion is used, positive effects may happen within 3 months' time. However, it is a slow process to remove unnecessary substances and dead cells from the body, resulting in a gradual decrease in the volume of harmful tissues. Most of the removal process occurs in the first month; hence, healing reaction may occur.
When necessary, take 2 to 8 capsules each time, 3 times daily on empty stomach. To be taken in between meals or 1 hour before food.
Healing reaction, if any, will occur in the first month of intake. The reactions are normal and will disappear gradually, and one will feel more relieved thereafter.
Diarrhea, farting, non abdominal pain.
Feeling tired or drowsy.
Do not take this supplement if:
Pregnant or lactating.
Children under 18 years of age.
Having bleeding disorder or hemophilia, intestinal bleeding or gastric ulcer.
For serious or complicated health condition, please seek doctor's advice before taking.
To stop taking if:
Allergic or adverse reactions occur (other than the normal healing reactions listed above).
Not comfortable with the occurrence of healing reactions.
To discontinue taking the supplement 4 to 7 days before menstruation, and to continue upon completion of menses. Menstrual flow more or less remains the same.
To discontinue with this supplement 2 weeks before and after any surgery.
Don’t use the product if you are a hemophiliac or are on prescription blood thinners like Coumadin, heparin and Plavix. The enzymes cause the drugs to work better so there is the possibility of thinning the blood too much.
Potential Side Effects
Proteolytic enzymes are generally considered to be safe, but they can also have side effects on some people. You may have digestive problems such as diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, especially when taking high doses. Although supplements are more likely to cause side effects, eating a lot of fruits rich in proteolytic enzymes can also lead to indigestion. Allergic reactions can also occur. For example, people who are allergic to pineapple may also be allergic to bromelain, which can cause skin rashes and other adverse reactions. In addition, proteolytic enzymes such as bromelain and papain may interfere with hemodilution drugs such as warfarin. Papain can also increase the concentration of some antibiotics in the blood. Therefore, it is important to consult experts before taking proteolytic enzymes.
With our recommended choice of supplements, it seems that it is not a problem to deal with unnecessary substances and harmful cells in the body. If an accurate portion is used, it tends to happen quickly within 4 to 6 months. However, it is a much slower process to remove those useless substances and dead cells. The volume of harmful tissue decreases very slowly. When a large number of harmful cells die rapidly, the body must deal with the flood of dead harmful cells, which may lead to lymph node enlargement and nerve compression, resulting in pain.
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