Well, it's been about 3 weeks or so that I've been taking serratiopeptidase, and my back continues to improve. I have my "off" days, but overall this enzyme is doing its job.

Speaking of doing the job, if you've visited the product page at Advance Physician Formulas, you may have noticed they categorize serrapeptase under "respiratory" aids. And yes, this is yet another area where this amazing stuff can be of benefit. I've had sinus problems, particularly since moving to the high desert about 3 1/2 years ago, where the climate is drier than I'd been used to.

But since taking the serratiopeptidase, my sinuses have improved markedly. So, I'm telling you this for two reasons: As I mentioned, you may have visited the product page and been a bit confused; "I thought this stuff was mostly for pain relief, but it says 'Category: Respiratory/Lung' - what gives?"

And secondly, I wanted to emphasize that, as an anti-inflammatory, serrapeptase can help alleviate a wide variety of conditions and symptoms. I'll be posting another article soon, delving a little more into case studies, research, etc. where this enzyme has been helpful in treating sinusitis, respiratory problems, and more. So, stay tuned for that article as well.

Lastly, in case you haven't seen that product page for Advance Physician Formulas' serrapeptase, I'd encourage you to take a look.


Hi all - As you can tell from my previous articles, I've done quite a bit of research on this amazing enzyme - but I didn't want to report specific results until I could speak from experience. Well, I've been taking serratiopeptidase for less than a week now, and I'm already feeling a difference.

My main problem has been lower back pain; I'd been plagued by it earlier in life, but since getting in better shape in the last 10 years or so, I'd had it under control. However, within the last few months, my back's been quite stiff and sore - especially when I first get up in the morning. This is probably due to a combination of overdoing it with my workouts, and sitting at the computer (with bad posture!) too long.

Well, I'm not going to tell you my back pain's completely gone, but there has been definite improvement - and again, I've only been taking the serrapeptase for less than a week. I'm taking 20,000 i.u. (200 mg.) twice daily. As reported in earlier articles, there are no side effects - and for me, this dosage seems about right at this point.

As I promised earlier, I've found a great source for this stuff. Advance Physician Formulas has a very good price on top-quality serratiopeptidase - if you're ready to try some yourself, I'd recommend theirs.

If you do decide to order, please let me know how it works for you - I'm eager to hear your feedback!