Serratiopeptidase, Serratapeptase

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marjoy Says:

Is serratapeptase from Boswellia serrata?
Is serratiopeptidase a pharmaceutical (tweaked in a laboratory)
Is it possible to get either one singly, without being part of a pharmaceutical formula
Are either capable of resolving necrotic tissue or scar tissue?

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David Says:

Hi marjoy, How's it going?

Based on my research, Boswellia serrata is a type of Indian frankincense and Serrapeptase (Serratio Peptidase) is an enzyme produced by bacteria in the gut of silkworms.... so there really is no relation between the origin of these two substances. But you can easily find either one of them online at various retailers.

To answer your last question, Serrapeptase reportedly works by digesting non-living tissues, blood clots, cysts, and internal as well as external scar tissues. Boswellia serratais is also said to reduce scar tissue formation and the likelihood of developing new scars.

I hope this info helps!

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