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Most helpful positive review
Posted on Jan 8, 2023


A non-affiliated health website, in an article on proteolytic enzymes, referenced medical data showing lumbrokinase was approx. 75 x more effective than serrapeptase for cardiovascular issues. I switched over, and I've been really pleased with it. My experience is that this particular product label makes very good supplements. Over several months, my post-severe covid related chest pain, tachycardia and shortness of breath went away (for transparency...I started w/ serrapeptase; it was effective, too, but didn't seem to clear it all up. However, I believe it DID save me from death via severe delta variant covid in 2021). I suggest to everybody I know, who took the "clot shot", to take proteolytic enzymes - and once started, not to quit, since no one in the medical community appears to be suggesting, or otherwise even to care about how to get rid of the potential for "calamari" growing in the arteries of mRNA vaccine victims...many of whom they coerced to receive it in the first place. Finally, I recently heard Dr. Peter McCullough in an interview (Rumble) reiterate that data is showing the mRNA strands appear to not be dissipating in the bloodstream and tissues of vaccine victims...possibly ever? Further, he said the lab-sequenced mRNA strand had something like an endcap on each side (sorry, don't remember the terminology) that made it virtually indestructible via natural biological functions. If I made the mistake of receiving that shot, I'd be taking lumbrokinase, serrapeptase and nattokinase the rest of my life. I hope this helps somebody.
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