Fibrin and Systemic Enzyme Therapy


Remember when we said that inflammation can be both good and bad? Well it turns out that fibrin is the same.

In its purest form, fibrin is a good protein. In fact, it’s more than good — it’s essential. Just like inflammation is  a necessary part of your body’s self-healing process, so is fibrin. But here’s the thing: It too can get out of hand, and when it does, things can get really bad.

When, for a reason or another, your body becomes unable to break off fibrin the way it should, then your body responds by kick-starting a vicious circle of inflammation. In some people, too much fibrin can also lead to what are commonly known as blood clots, which can in turn lead to more serious problems. (When blood clots end up travelling to your lungs, then you know that something is really bad.)

Excess fibrin in the blood is never a good thing. But here’s the good news: Systemic enzyme therapy can help with that too.

In our body, plasmin is the enzyme responsible for the fibrin removal process. What most people don’t know until it’s too late, however, is that the more you age, the less plasmin your body produces. As a result, the higher your fibrin levels increase.

Because fibrin is a protein and most systemic enzyme blends are made up of protein-digesting enzymes that act like plasmin (Serrapeptase being the most common one with Nattokinase being the second), supplementing your body with systemic enzymes is one of the best things that you can do for it. Not only will they clean up excess fibrin from your blood — they will also alleviate and prevent a number of health issues in the process.

For a healthier and more enjoyable life, we recommend systemic enzyme therapy.

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