Serrapeptase, also called serratiopeptidase, serratiapeptase or serralysin, is a proteolytic enzyme, meaning that it breaks down proteins. As a dietary supplement it has been touted as having anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and promoted as an alternative to NSAIDS, like ibuprofen, in treating conditions such as sinusitis and joint pain. It has also been promoted as lowering high cholesterol levels. But does it really work, what is the appropriate dose, and is it safe? Sign in or join now for answers >>
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