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Cancerous Uterine Fibroids

 

And Systemic Enzymes Used Against Them

Many women suffer from the growth of uterine fibroids, benign tumours that develop in the womb. This common problem is one of the most common causes of their having hysterectomies. But surgery can be avoided if the fibroids are reduced or dissolved. Removing these growths, which consist of a protein called fibrin, is one of the applications of enzymes. 

Enzymes, of which the body makes a wide variety, are catalysts, causing actions of many kinds. Many are active in the digestive tract. Others reduce scar tissue and remove deposits in the blood vessels. Systemic enzymes can be taken by mouth as they are carried throughout the body and become active where they are needed.

Fibrinolytic (fibrin eating) enzymes and cofactors are selected to attack excess fibrin build-up, the main components of fibroids, non-cancerous growths in the uterus. Correcting hormonal levels until they are in balance can significantly reduce the speed and intensity at which fibroids can grow. This allows the enzymes to soften, break-up and eventually dissolve abnormal tissue. 

The female hormone estrogen stimulates tissue growth especially in the estrogen-sensitive reproductive organs. The other female hormone, progesterone, makes tissue more fertile and helps to control the effect of estrogen. When a woman’s estrogen and progesterone production are in balance, normal menstrual cycles continue until menopause.

Imbalance in natural hormone levels, as well as exposure to hormone-like substances, from pharmaceuticals and the environment, can cause disturbance, which may trigger abnormal tissue growth. This can lead to the development of fibroids. Progesterone naturally diminishes with age and supplementing dietary components will restore hormonal equilibrium.

Fibrin (scar tissue), the key building block of tissue repair, is created by the uterine muscle in response to the normal menstrual cycle, pregnancy and challenges like miscarriages. The normal process of dissolving the fibrin can be enhanced by introducing fibrinolytic enzymes.

Enzymes for fibroid reduction.

Serrapeptase is able to digest and liquefy large amounts of scar tissue and also has extremely strong anti-inflammatory properties, which may alleviate pressure induced by menstruation. Bromelain is another highly regarded enzyme which beaks down fibrin, releasing it into the bloodstream for excretion. Bromelain is extracted from pineapple stem and is commonly used as the main ingredient in meat tenderiser.

Papain is extracted from the papaya fruit, which is also commercially used in tenderizing meats and other proteins. Papain blocks some inflammatory processes which also benefits sufferers from fibroids. All of these enzymes exert noticeably strong proteolytic (protein digesting) and anti-inflammatory properties.

These soften and liquefy scar tissue, transforming it back into soft circulating fibrin fragments, which are carried away in the bloodstream. Oral administration can enhance the fibrinolytic activity in the blood for long periods. 

 

 

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