Updated: June 13, 2017 | 13:10
I first took Serrapeptase on January 3rd 2006, and I was a little sceptical, but not for long! By January 5th, I knew things were changing. That evening I coughed up a large amount of thick, yellow ‘gunge’ over a period of several hours. It was distinctly unpleasant, but somehow very satisfying.
By the following morning, I was already feeling considerably better, but I had no idea how much things would change. Over the following few days my stomach pain reduced, then disappeared (except when eating). Within a day or two, I was sleeping much better too.
My lung capacity has improved immensely, from an average peak-flow of 310 – 350 litres per minute, before Serrapeptase, to an average of 490 – 560 litres per minute now.
Within the last week, I have also begun to be able to eat small amounts of food without pain. Although I still cough a little during and after eating, even this is reducing. My energy levels are lifting, slowly.
Throughout this time, I have reduced my prescription medication to almost nothing, but I still have most of it available, should I need it.
I hope you will agree that this is great progress over such a short time. Who knows what is next? Watch out for the next update.