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A Whole Body Enzyme Complex Proteolytic Enzymes. Systemic enzymes operate throughout your body in every system and organ as well as in the digestive tract. Enzymes are the first line of defense against inflammation. Systemic means body wide. Systemic enzymes are those that operate throughout your body in every system and organ as well as in the digestive tract. A Whole Body Enzyme Complex Helps reduce pain and swelling and keeps your blood flowing smoothly.
Used by team doctors for most major sports teams to help reduce swelling and inflammation, systemic enzymes can ease bruising, pain, and muscle stiffness and help repair scar tissue following injuries. For those with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems, enzymes may also help increase immune response by making white blood cells more efficient. Systemic Enzymes contain a proprietary blend of professional-grade microbial enzymes that may help reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation. They also have highly effective blood-thinning properties.
As an Adult dietary supplement take 1 to 3 Capsules between food or just before bed away from all foods and supplements. or as directed by your Health Care Practitioner.
For Advanced Use: Take up to Double or Triple the amount above or as recommended by your Healthcare Professional.
Ingredients in 1 Capsule:
(formerly known as SeaProse S) (Aspergillus melleus)
*Daily Value not established
Protease (Aspergillus oryzae)
Protease refers to a group of enzymes also called proteolytic enzymes or proteinases whose primary function is the breakdown (catabolism by hydrolysis) of specific peptide bonds of amino acids and proteins in a polypeptide chain.
Peptidase (Aspergillus oryzae)
Peptidases refers to a protease that can break either a specific peptide bonds (limited proteolysis), depending on the amino acid sequence of a protein, or break down a complete peptide to amino acids (unlimited proteolysis).
Bromelain (Ananas comusus)
Bromelain is a group of sulfur-containing proteolytic enzymes obtained from the fruit and stem of the pineapple plant and other plants. Other substances include; peroxidase, acid phosphatase, protease inhibitors, and calcium.
Nattokinase (Bacillus subtilis)
Natto from fermented soybeans is enlivened by the activity of Bacillus subitilis, contains a potent fibrinolytic enzyme, called nattokinase produced from the dried culture filtrate of partially distilled a profibrinolytic serine proteinase derived Bacillus subtilis.
Protease S (formerly known as Seaprose S) (Aspergillus melleus)
This proteolytic enzyme, Protease S (formerly known as Seaprose S), is a semi-alkaline serine-proteinase produced by the fungus Aspergillus melleus. It's strong proteolytic activity has benefits in conditions where the mucus becomes very thick and viscous, providing ease of expectoration. It provides support for a normal and healthy inflammatory response, and can decrease post operative and wound swelling.
Catalase (Aspergillus niger)
Catalase is a long chain iron bond (heme) enzyme, whose functions include catalyzing the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen. It is highly concentrated in the liver and used by every organ in the body and found in the cellular organelle.
Calcium (Coral carbonate)
Calcium (Ca) is an essential alkaline nutrient element required by every cell in the body and is the most abundent mineral in the body.
Rutin is a citrus flavonoid glycoside between the flavonol quercetin and the disaccharide rutinose. In the body, it attaches to the iron ion Fe2+, preventing it from binding to hydrogen peroxide.
Blu-Lina Organic Spirulina
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