Serrapeptase and Lung Disease COPD 2


In this video, the serrapeptase guy discusses the use of serrapeptase in the treatment of various lung disease conditions.

COPD, Lung Disease and Serrapeptase

My Notes:

  • Serrapeptase is dramatically effective with lots of lung disease.
  • A lot of lung disease is caused by poor diet (starchy carbohydrates) and possibly gluten products in the diet.  Eat a healthy diet with lots of fresh fruit and vegetables.
  • Serrapeptase is an anti-inflammatory and it clears inflamed, dead tissue.  In lung disease, the lungs are filled with dead, inflamed tissue and can no longer absorb the necessary amounts of oxygen.
  • For COPD, take Serrapeptase with MSM.  Start with a high dose 2×3 times a day.  Also take curcumin.  This is an anti-inflammatory and stimulates the production of a powerful antioxidant.  He also recommend an enzyme called OxySorb to help carbon dioxide movement out of the blood to  oxygen can get in. Vitamin D3 is also important.  Many people suffering from lung disease are deficient in D3.   Robert talks about a supplement he recommends to spray under your tongue, but I could not find that formula.  I think he actually means Maxifocus which I know he endorses.  Also, start taking exercise by walking regularly.
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About Andy

I suffered a serious neck injury when I was about 19 years old. That problem didn't affect me until I was in my 40s, but I then suffered two prolapsed discs in my neck and problems with my right arm and hand. Serrapeptase was recommended by my chiropractor to try to break up the scar tissue around the vertebrae that were causing me the problems. It seemed to help me with my problem, so created this site to help inform people what serrapeptase is, what it can do and just as importantly, what it cannot do. I hope you find the information useful.


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2 thoughts on “Serrapeptase and Lung Disease COPD

  • James

    Hello I am a 39 year old male who has cystic fibrosis. I have a lot of scar tissue on my lungs & have been hospitalized a lot lately & also had lung collapses (2 this year) I need a transplant, doctors are not helping me get better in fact I feel worse than I ever did since I started going to my cf doctor last September. Treatments are not helping at all & if I keep it up I won’t be here much longer. I came across your page & decided to give it a try. Tonight was my first time taking serrapeptase along with all the other things you mentioned. I bought a bottle of serrapeptase which has 40,000 so I just took 2 at once. I pray to start feeling better soon, I’ve been pretty much feeling miserable & can’t really do much walking or anything. My chest feels like hell, I will keep posting my progress. My question is this how much msm do I take ? I have 1000mg capsules also how much curcumin ? I have 500mg curcumin. Thanks

  • Michael Watson

    MSM is about as safe as water, and in fact is in rain, and in anything grown in rain, but it is destroyed by heat and processing.
    And eight gram at a time, several times a day, is a modest dose.
    Its half life in the body is about two weeks.
    Please also consider iodine (starting with perhaps 150 mcg and working up to multi-milligram per day dosages) and pantothenic acid (in multi-gram per day dosage) in your regimen.
    I get great relief from coughing episodes with a dropperful of Life-flo Adrenal drops. Straight pantothenic acid powder also works almost instantly to virtually if not entirely stop my coughing. Lung tissue extract may be available from Heel, perhaps in tincture form. For some reason however lung tissue tables are becoming harder and harder to find.

    Michael Watson
    Anchorage