High Blood Pressure Resolved With Systemic Enzymes
When there is an oversupply of sodium in the extracellular fluids, the kidneys will initially expel the excess sodium. If the kidneys fail to expel the sodium from the blood, the peripheral vascular system will constrict and the resistance to blood flow will increase, the result is high blood pressure.
In order to control this, the medical profession introduced diuretics to treat high blood pressure. In diuretics, more fluid is expelled from the body together with sodium chloride. This is effective in the early stage of high blood pressure. However, the kidneys are also required to expel potassium, hence the deficiency in potassium. As a remedy, doctors should prescribe potassium supplements and drinking of plenty of water as replenishments.
The key point is that physicians are not getting to the root cause of the high blood pressure issue but only treating the symptom. One major component that is not even considered is the deposition of fibrin in the micro capillaries through out the body. When these small blood vessels clog up, the heart has to pump harder to get the blood into the tissues thus elevating the blood pressure. A more logical approach would be to dissolve the fibrin out of the capillaries. This can easily be accomplished using serrapeptase, an enzyme produced by the silk worm.
Two cases in point. One patient had consistently high blood pressure (180/92). The patient was prescribed all the prescription drugs (diuretics and even calcium channel blockers) in an attempt to control his blood pressure but nothing worked. The patient even tried numerous natural remedies but they did not work either. After just eight weeks on the systemic enzyme, serrapeptase, his blood pressure normalized.
The other patient had spiking of his blood pressure (145/93 – 130/80) during the day. Again all attempts to normalize his pressure failed. The patient was placed on C60, a carbon based supplement and serrapeptase. Within six weeks his blood pressure normalized with no spiking (112/76).
Like any medical condition, the practitioner ultimately must get to the underlying cause. Unfortunately our medical system focuses primarily on symptomatic treatment and the patient is left with a false sense of security that his medical condition is under control.