Asbestosis and Serrapeptase

From www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk and Robert Redfern

Asbestosis is a serious, long-term lung disease caused by inhaling asbestos dust over a prolonged period.

Asbestos is a naturally occurring fiber that was widely used for various industrial purposes, such as insulation and shipbuilding until the mid 1980s. Since then the health effects of asbestos have become clear and the supply and use of asbestos and asbestos products has been banned for all but a few exceptions by the Asbestos (Prohibition) Regulations.

People working in industries where asbestos was used extensively (such as demolition work, plumbing, and at power stations) were likely to have been exposed to breathing in fibers of asbestos often over a period of years. Changes in the lung occur slowly — asbestosis can take 20 years or more to develop — so ill effects were not instantly traceable to asbestos.

Asbestosis is one of a number of conditions that can be caused by exposure to asbestos. Other related conditions include mesothelioma (a malignant tumor in the lung) and benign pleural thickening (the lining of the lung is thickened and hardened). At least 3500 people in Great Britain die each year from mesothelioma and asbestos related lung cancer as a result of past exposure to asbestos.

How can Serrapeptase help?

Serrapeptase helps immensely as it clears out all of the inflammation, mucus and dead/scar tissue. By clearing away this problem tissue it enables the body’s own healing system to replace it with healthy tissue and better lung function as a result.

How many Serrapeptase tablets should I take?

Start with 3 tablets of Serrapeptase 3 times (X) per day on an empty stomach. If no relief in 7 days, increase it to 4 tablets 3 X per day. Then gradually reduce it to 1 tablet 1 X per day.

Serrapeptase Asbestosis Testimonial

“I can’t tell you what a difference those tablets have made to this household,” smiles Mrs. Maher. “They’ve kept the disease at bay. Without them he just wouldn’t be here.”

—Wife of Asbestosis Suffer