Serrapeptase Helps Treat Pulmonary Embolism and Brings Relief to an Entire Family

Anne Millett has relied on alternative medicine treatments for 30 years to heal her ailments and fortify her body. But her 88-year-old mother, Mildred Craven, has always trusted her traditional doctor to treat her when she didn’t feel well.

That changed when less than a year ago, Ms. Craven was taken to the hospital struggling to breathe and running a fever. She was very pale and not doing well, said her daughter. Ms. Craven was battling for her life with a horrible case of pneumonia for several days in the hospital. Doctors told Ms. Millett that her mother just needed a round of antibiotics.

Her daughter knew this wasn’t right. Her mother was getting worse.
“Three out of five of those days, she didn’t know us,” Ms. Millett said. “I couldn’t get her to eat anything. She wouldn’t even eat candy.”
Ms. Millett pushed the medical staff to keep looking for a more accurate diagnosis and they finally discovered that her mother had a pulmonary embolism that resulted in blood clots in both lungs. She was in fact very sick. The doctors prescribed blood thinners along with several other pharmaceuticals and sent Ms. Craven home.

Thankfully, her daughter didn’t settle for the treatment and began to research alternatives. A friend, who happened to be a biochemist, got online and found Robert Redfern and his remarkable work with Serrapeptase, a natural enzyme found in the intestines of the silkworm and used to break down the cocoons.
Serrapeptase is an enzyme that digests non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts and arterial plaque and inflammation of any form.

Anne gave her mother Serrapeptase tablets three and four times a day and almost immediately saw a difference in her mother’s health.
“Every day that she didn’t have a stroke, I considered it a victory,” she said. “But soon I realized that she really was getting better.”
Today, less than a year later, Ms. Craven lives alone and takes care of herself. Her regiment of Serrapeptase has changed her life and she is no longer taking the medication prescribed for the pulmonary condition.  For them, it’s a miracle.

Anne’s friend, the biochemist, told her that Serrapeptase should be in every emergency room because of her mother’s remarkable progress.
Ms. Craven’s healing inspired her daughter, 49, to take the enzyme. Soon after she did, an old injury from a fall that caused her chronic pain got better and painful varicose veins are going away.
And “I feel confident that I’m not going to have a stroke,” she said. Even her dog is benefiting. “Tuggy” is 14 and was feeling the effects of her age until Ms. Millett started giving her dog Serrapeptase. Now, Tuggy plays like a puppy. Also, her eyes are clear when she is taking the enzyme but if Anne skips a day or two, then Tuggy’s eye look foggy, she said.

Ms. Millett wants everyone to know about this remarkable enzyme. She lives with a skeptic _ her husband _ but even he has been convinced, she said, and takes Serrapeptase.  She is passionate that without it, her mother’s life would be different today, and she credits Redfern and his staff for helping her family find the answer that has made such an impact on all of their lives.
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4 Comments

  1. Nicole Stone

    February 24, 2017 at 9:07 am

    Hi, i have a cardiac embolism and pulminary embolism. Clexane makes me unable to function with head fog, loss of appetite, stomach cramps etc.
    Did your mum continue with blood thinners whilst she took serrapeptase? 🙂

    • Lindsay

      February 24, 2017 at 3:41 pm

      Nicole, serrapeptase does not thin the blood. Serrapeptase dissolves non-living tissues such as fibrin, plaque, blood clots, cysts and inflammation in all forms – without harming living tissue. This in turn helps the blood to flow more freely, and is safe to take with blood thinners.

      • Nicole Stone

        February 24, 2017 at 11:15 pm

        Thank you. I have heard this before but have also read a lot of statements saying NOT to take thinners and serrapeptase at the same time.

      • Nicole Stone

        February 24, 2017 at 11:16 pm

        Do you think in your experience that serrapeptase alone would be enough to treat the blood clots in my heart and lung?

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