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Serrapeptase - A Possible Treatment for

Multiple Sclerosis

Serrapeptase is an anti-inflammatory agent that has been used clinically in European and Asian countries for decades. This naturally occurring enzyme is known to break down scar tissues, blood clots, arterial plaques, cysts, and inflammation on all forms without harming the living cells. Therefore, it has been used as treatments for various autoimmune diseases. But what is an autoimmune disease? 

The inflammatory response is an important mechanism for protecting the body from faulty cells and harmful organisms. That is why a person's wound or injury becomes inflamed as it begins its healing process. However, there are instances wherein the body's immune system is no longer capable of identifying the harmless organisms from the potentially dangerous ones. Thus, such condition can cause various autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, a disease in which the nerves of the central nervous system deteriorate.  

Every nerve in the human body is covered by a protective tissue clinically known as myelin. Aside from protecting the nerves, it also improves the transmission of impulses along the nerves and is responsible for maintaining the health of the nerves. However, in the case of multiple sclerosis, the immune system digests the myelin sheath.  

Consequently, the communication between the body and the brain is disrupted. With the loss of the myelin sheath, not only are the nerves damaged but the electrical impulses that travel along the nerves slow down. And as more and more nerves are affected, one tends to experience problems with the abilities that are mainly controlled by the nervous system such as memory, speech, vision, writing, and walking. 

The deterioration of the nerves is irreversible which makes multiple sclerosis a dangerously incapacitating disease. And although this disease may occur at any age, it most often manifests in people between 20 and 50 years of age. Symptoms of such a disease greatly vary. It would depend on which area the damage is caused and how bad the damage is. 

There are many supposed causes for the onset of multiple. Researches have incited genetics and disorders of the immune system. However, they have yet to conclude which among the probable causes exactly triggers the disease. It is suspected that a foreign agent such as a virus changes the immune system, making it believe that myelin is a potentially dangerous substance. Thus, the immune system starts attacking it. And as to genetics' role in the occurrence of the disease, it has been cited due to the observance that most patients are of Native American, the Japanese and Asian blood. Also, the disease tends to occur among first-degree relatives. 

There is no cure for multiple sclerosis. The treatment for the disease is mainly focused on fighting the autoimmune response and managing the symptoms. In alternative medicine, however, serrapeptase is believed to be a potential treatment for this debilitating disease. It is based on the grounds that since serrapeptase is very effective at eating away non-living tissue and clearing arterial plaques, it can very well produce similar effects on the scar tissues that are likely to occur in the myelin sheath. And it is hypothesized, therefore, that once serrapeptase clears out the scar tissue that formed on the myelin sheath, the nerves are likely to function better.

 

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