Enzymes for heart, stroke, brain plaque

You might have already have filthy pipes, the biggest cause of heart attack, peripheral arterial disease and stroke. Plaque, excessive blood coagulation and fibrosis is the biggest cause of kidney disease and the leading killer of the elderly when it comes down to the crunch.

 

The hallmarks of the disease are inflammation, excessive scarring, and fibrin-assisted blood clots. With our risk of heart attack and stroke rising as one ages, it behooves us to do a little personal housekeeping to reduce it, right, and cleaning out the arterial plaque and reducing coagulopathy happens to be dead easy nowadays without blood thinners. Every adult over 40 could use a couple of periodic arterial cleanings to get at the fibrin and inflammation, and the elderly can stay on a low-dose program to avoid thickening blood and reduced function.

 

Dr. Chris Serafini says in an article titled Neprinol and Endometriosis, " Fibrin and inflammation remain consistent among patients that have fibroids, arthritis, heart disease, and several other diseases.The (oral) enzymes in Neprinol (Serrapeptase and Nattokinase) work swiftly to break apart fibroids, improve circulation, stimulate the immune system, and reduce inflammation. Neprinol's two foremost ingredients help remove fibroids by dissolving the fibrous part of the fibroid tumor. Clinical studies have shown that Serrapeptase and Nattokinase work fast and effectively to dissolve fibrin safely with no adverse side effects. Neprinol is extremely effective at removing toxins from the bloodstream, and then helping to pass the emulsified fibrous tissue." 

The reason you'd need to supplement is that your body's only fibrinolytic enzyme, Plasmin, which created specifically to cleave all the excess clotting away, is reduced with age in natures planned obsolesence. By supplementing your falling Plasmin levels with a safe, similar enzyme mix, BlockBuster AllClear we can dissolve clot material without interfering natural coagulation, and also reduce that thickening of the blood by the same mechanism. There is little or no bleeding risk and no interference at all with wound healing as it remains within the function of and assists natural process. 

Nattokinase (NK) is in the family of oral fibrinolytic enzymes; the best fibrinolytic metabolic enzyme discovered, it is four times as effective as plasmin at dissolving fibrin directly, and studies indicate it may also enhance the body's own production of plasmin.

When used on an empty stomach Nattokinase and a few others are effective in a variety of conditions involving fibrotic conditions, such as in adhesions and scar tissue from surgery or injury. In fact in Japan in its raw form as Natto, a garnish, it's been used for millennia for these properties. Nattokinase is more potent and economically feasible than any current clot buster including urokinase, so here you have something that’s backed by research that shows it would work in stroke, angina, venous stasis, thrombosis emboli, atherosclerosis, fibromyalgia, fatigue, claudication, retinal pathology, hypertension, diabetes, deep vein thrombosis and arterial embolism”, says Garry Gordon, whom some call the Genius of Complementary Medicine.

Nattokinase has been shown to lower systolic blood pressure by up to 11% and diastolic pressure by up to 9.7% in those who needed it. In fact it is a safe and viable preventive anti-clotting blood thinner that can substitute for warfarin (Coumadin) or daily aspirin for patients. Any health-conscious individual who wishes to use a natural therapy to prevent unnecessary blood clotting and reduce inflammation can use it. Though hemophiliacs and borderline hemophiliacs should be cautious, no incidents of the blood getting too thin have been reported with any enzyme including nattokinase. Though experts agree that NK is remarkably safe and virtually non-toxic for use by people who are not already using anticoagulant-type drugs, if patients already are using warfarin, heparin or other anticoagulants their dosage will be necessarily reduced by your doctor. If you use enzymes you can continue to use supplements that help keep platelets “slippery” or reduce inflammation, such as omega 3 oils, garlic, ginkgo biloba, or vitamin E.

Diabetics have avoided limb amputation when clots and plaque were removed and full circulation was restored in as little as 48 hours by several enzymes including serrapeptase, also called serratia peptidase or Serranol. Clinical research finds that enzymes keep stents open longer and improve both clogged arterial and micro-circulation. Serrapeptase is stellar for complementing the excellent clot busting activity of nattokinase, so my lead blend BlockBuster AllClear contains: Lipase; Nattokinase; Serrapeptase; Cellulase; Acerola Extract; Lactase; Amla Extract; Protease. The concept is of key importance to any anti-ager so enjoys prominence in Crow Rainforest's BIO-HACKING HUMANITY menu and the Medicine Bag shortlist.

 

How can enzymes replace warfarin/coumadin?

While enzymes manage the thickening blood and inflammation associated with coagulopathy safely, blood thinners carry a bleeding risk that is so serious that, quoting the research, a "poor prognosis" is given in the event of a haemorrhagic stroke, even within its tiny therapeutic window. Enzymes do not carry a bleeding risk and prognosis is very good on enzymes. 

Warfarin/coumadin actually prevents the first clotting of the natural healing process, which produces the reknowned bleeding risk and "poor prognosis in the event of a hemorragic stroke". Metabolic enzymes in contrast allow the natural healing/clotting process, which stops the bleeding, and then eradicates excess clotting (and spontaneous blood coagulopathy).  Metabolic enzymes also act like, and improve the actual secretion of, your natural plasmin.

A diabetic's toes can go from purple to pink in 24-48 hours by eroding existing clots and reducing systemic inflammation that impairs microcirculation. Compare BlockBuster AllClear and any other blend or single fibrinolytic enzyme on the market for potency and a satisfaction guarantee.

I suggest that every adult do a couple of cleanout programs at around 40 and 55 years of age, then go on a low dose after around 65 years of age to counteract rising fibrin and falling plasmin levels. The low dose would be OK permanently, especially for anyone who wants better microcirculation including in the brain as they age or to simply help bail themselves out of a neurodegenerative disease. See the brain and inflammation links below.

 

Fibrinolytic Enzyme References

The following independent reference material is for educational purposes on this topic and it is not intended be associated with any company's product. No association is made in the research and none is intended.

Effects of nattokinase, a pro-fibrinolytic enzyme, on red blood cell aggregation and whole blood viscosity concludes: Our in vitro results showed a significant, dose-dependent decrease of RBC aggregation and low-shear viscosity, with these beneficial effects evident at concentrations similar to those achieved in previous in vivo animal trials. Our preliminary data thus indicate positive in vitro hemorheological effects of nattokinase, and suggest its potential value as a therapeutic agent and the need for additional studies and clinical trials.

Microbial fibrinolytic enzymes: an overview of source, production, properties, and thrombolytic activity in vivo noted ...microbial fibrinolytic enzymes, especially those from food-grade microorganisms, have the potential to be developed as functional food additives and drugs to prevent or cure thrombosis and other related diseases.

Fibrinogen and Aging found that the clotting enzyme fibrinogen rose by 25 mg/dL per decade; in prospective studies, these values were found to be associated with an augmented cardio-and cerebrovascular risk.

Age-dependent decreases in fibrinolytic enzyme activities in serum of healthy subjects shows that as one ages the production of the only anti-clotting enzyme plasmin is reduced.

This study also shows as one ages levels of plasmin are reduced.

This study comments that it has been known for some time that blood coagulation is high in multiple sclerosis particularly and...

Brain (2003) corroborates that multiple sclerosis is accompanied by excess coagulation and comments on the potential role of fibrinolytic medication to reduce it.