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Nattokinase enhances the body's natural ability to fight blood clots.

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  • Posted By: sindrella
  • September 11, 2008
  • 07:32 AM

Isolated, purified and encapsulated nattokinase, an enzyme derived from boiled soybeans and Bacillus subtilis natto. Research has shown nattokinase to support healthy coagulation of blood within normal levels and enhance fibrinolytic activity. The human body produces several types of enzymes for making thrombus, but only one main enzyme for breaking it down and issolving it - plasmin. The properties of nattokinase closely resemble plasmin. Nattokinase produces a prolonged action in two ways: it prevents coagulation of blood and it dissolves existing thrombus. Nattokinase enhances the body's natural ability to fight blood clots, and has an advantage over blood thinners because it has a prolonged effect without side effects. Nattokinase prevents blood clots from forming & dissolves existing blood clots. Nattokinase dissolves fibrin and enhances the body's production of plasmin and other clot-dissolving agents, including urokinase. Nattokinase may help prevent hardening of arteries. Nattokinase shows promising results in Cerebral hemorrhage or infarction, Hemorrhoids and varicose veins, Senile dementia, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Muscle spasms, Poor healing, Chronic inflammation.
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