Good Health Naturally SerraEnzyme Serrapeptase 250,000iu.

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  • Strength:
  • 250000iu
  • Type:
  • Capsules
£49.95

What our customers say

  • M

    SerraEnzyme

    Very good, it helps me with my Utrine Fibroids and I have less pain before and during my period, I also take nattokinse with it, I feel much stronger, would recommend to any one who is suffering with fibroids, heavy bleeding, very works, bout always check with your doctor before taking any supplements.

    May 30 2022 5
  • Mel...o

    Review

    After bowel repair took took serraemzyme in place of prescribed anti inflammatory drugs that upset my tummy. Ran out bought serrapeptase from Holland and Barrett pain returned sent for more serraemzyme from you and within 24 hrs pain subsided. Which proved to me that the serraemzyme much better product.

    Apr 15 2020 5
  • dnews

    Review

    good product, good price, good company to deal with

    Jun 17 2019 5
  • David Murdoch

    Review

    This product has been great for cleaning my sinusitis. I have already recommended it to other family members.

    Sep 06 2018 5
  • Mike

    Review

    These Capsules are super potent. Currently cannot take more than one per day or I suffer detox to badly. shipping was also super fast. I am also taking this product together with Nattokinase.

    Jun 16 2017 5
Product Description
  • Proteolytic enzyme
  • Contains 250,000IU Serrapeptase per serving
  • Delayed release for optimum systemic delivery
  • Phthalate-free
  • No unnecessary fillers or binders
  • Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring proteolytic enzyme that was originally derived from the intestine of the silkworm, now specially manufactured in a laboratory for both vegetarian and vegan suitability.

Good Health Naturally’s SerraEnzyme® 250IU 90 capsules provides 250,000IU Serrapeptase per serving, in a delayed release capsule. When taken on an empty stomach, delayed release capsules bypass the stomach and instead go straight to the small intestine where they can be efficiently broken-down, creating a gentle release.