Supports healthy sinus activity, normal scar tissue formation, healthy blood flow, and relief from muscle soreness.
Serretia is one of the world's strongest serrapeptase supplements with a minimum activity of 250,000 SPU's per dose. This miracle enzyme has the ability to support healthy sinus's while promoting swift recovery from injury and/or overexertion from exercise. If you ever experience any of the following, then Serretia may be just what you need.
- Slowed recovery
- Sinus pressure or congestion
- Joint discomfort or muscle soreness
bone and joint
Serretia is one of the world’s strongest serrapeptase supplements with a minimum activity of 250,000 serratiopeptidase units (SPUs) per dose (two capsules). Serrapeptase’s inherent ability to break down certain proteins allows the enzyme to successfully aid in supporting healthy sinus activity and a normal inflammatory response after overexertion or exercise. Serrapeptase is harnessed through a fermentation process, utilizing the microorganism Serratia E-15.
Serretia for Sports
There are many modalities that merely mask uncomfortable symptoms that active individuals may experience from over-exertion. However, systemic enzymes, such as Serretia, can be an effective alternative for supporting normal recovery.
Serretia works by digesting excessive proteins, including fibrin and injured tissue, that accumulate as a result of overexertion. Doing so ensures normal recovery time and supports your body's ability to heal.
lungs and sinus
Serretia Supports Normal Mucus Levels
Mucus is an important substance produced within the respiratory system. In the upper respiratory tract it is produced to trap unwanted proteins so they can then be addressed by the body’s immune system. Mucus is also vital for the normal functioning of the lungs. However, sometimes mucus can be overproduced and become thick and difficult to expel, which can contribute to less than ideal respiratory function.
Serretia's extreme potency supports normal mucus thickness and healthy mucus clearance from the lungs and sinus.