Serrétia is one of the world’s strongest serrapeptase supplements with a minimum activity of 250,000 serratiopeptidase units (SPUs) per dose. Serrapeptase’s inherent ability to break down proteins allows the enzyme to successfully aid in supporting healthy sinus activity and a normal inflammatory response to overexertion. Serrapeptase is harnessed through a fermentation process, utilizing the microorganism Serratia E-15.
How Serrétia Works
Serrétia works to provide a variety of different benefits that may help with the following:
- Workout recovery
- Sinus health
- Joint mobility
Serrétia for Sports Injuries
Pain relieving products may do an effective job of masking the pain and inflammation of an injury, however, merely masking these symptoms may prolong recovery. Systemic enzymes, such as Serrétia, are a more effective alternative for supporting normal recovery.
Serrétia works by digesting excessive proteins that accumulate as a result of overexertion. Doing so ensures a normal inflammatory response and improves your ability to heal.
Studies on Systemic Enzymes for Sport Injuries
In Europe, the overall use of systemic enzymes has been far more widespread than in the United States. In Germany, systemic enzymes have been actively used for decades, and are even used by the German national hockey team to support physical health.
German Dr. M. W. Kleine and his team at the Sports Medicine Investigation Center in Grumwald, Germany, decided to look at 100 athletes in order to determine the effectiveness of proteolytic enzymes. Dr. Kleine took each subject and removed two cubic cm of blood from their anticubital vein. By reinserting the blood under the skin on each subject’s right forearm, Dr. Kleine and his team were able to reproduce a hematoma (blood clot).
Fifty of the subjects were then given placebo pills, while the other 50 subjects were given proteolytic enzymes. Each subject was instructed to take one pill three times a day.
The results speak for themselves: 70 percent of the 50 subjects that were treated with enzymes reported considerably less discomfort even when pressure was applied to the area, and had the hematoma disappear in a shorter amount of time than their placebo counterparts.
Ease Recovery from Surgery with Serrétia
Serrétia can be successfully used to support normal recovery times. Researchers set out to discover how well serrapeptase could ease the discomfort of subjects who had undergone surgery. The German study involved 66 subjects that underwent surgery in order to treat the rupture of the knee ligament, a common issue with athletes that causes substantial discomfort and inflammation.
The subjects were split into two groups: one of which took serrapeptase, while the other was given a placebo. Three days following the surgery, the subjects that were given serrapeptase were found to have experienced less discomfort compared to the placebo group.