Our Ultimate Formula
Helps Dissolve Fibrin in
Biofilms, Cysts and Scar Tissue!
In Chronic Diseases Like:
MRSA staph Lyme disease HIV
Hepatitis Herpes Shingles
How Biofilms Work
Our Biofilm Dissolving Formula is a tremendous aid to help dissolve the protective shields that bacteria build around themselves. Researchers are now finding out how chronic disease bacteria have been able to defend themselves by building these shields. The bacteria are protected because antibiotics, the immune system and natural antibiotics can’t get to them. Lyme disease is a classic example of this. When the Lyme bacteria sense a negative living condition, or outright attack against them, they will start to build a biofilm shield. They collect materials in the body to build sort of mucus/gel around themselves. Then, they add fibrin, a protein fiber in the body to act as a type of ‘rebar’ or mesh to hold everything together. In a really tight form, it is often referred to as a Lyme cyst. A biofilm is often made up of colonies of single or multiple species of microorganisms and can become quite a complicated structure. If the microorganisms were attacked by the immune system, the surviving bacteria are stimulated to increase their biofilm defenses. The surviving bacteria can also develop an immunity behind the biofilm. Then, if exposed again, the antibiotic used is often no longer effective and a new one has to be used. We’ve worked with people that have gone through repeated cycles of this for 20 years!
Our Biofilm Formula Makes Monolaurin More Effective!
Monolaurin is able to kill all pathogen bacteria and 14 virus families that contain lipid fats in their membranes. However, it must come into contact with them to do so. With the active, exposed microorganisms, this is easy for monolaurin. Our experience also indicates that monolaurin may be able to slowly penetrate light biofilms. However, it is slowed from its goal of coming into contact with the microorganisms – and it may not be able to penetrate heavy biofilms or cysts at all. The Biofilm Formula can help remove the biofilm shields so monolaurin can get to the microorganisms quicker and better. It can also do a more thorough job because it can kill the microorganisms inside of cysts as well. Thus, the thoroughness by which our Monolaurin formula can get rid of the bacteria is much more effective!
Our own bodies produce a fibrinolytic enzyme that will also help dissolve the fibrin tissue and scar tissue being used to protect the bad guys. Plasmin is a natural body enzyme that breaks up fibrin in blood clots and other places. Plasmin is also a natural blood thinner, responsible for removing unnecessary accumulated fibrin. Unfortunately, as with many other things, plasmin production slows down as we get older. Then, our normal ability of removing excess fibrin is reduced. The result can be cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, strokes, pulmonary emboli, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and other related disorders. When you add in the ability of microorganisms to increase fibrin in protective biofilms, the situation becomes worse. This biofilm enzyme blend not only dissolve biofilms but they help dissolve the fibrin in the blood. It also stimulates the body to increase its production of plasmin to help in the process! Between the monolaurin and biofilm dissolving enzymes, the blood can work its way back to the condition it was in our younger years.
1. Serrapeptase – 104,000 iu
Serrapeptase is a relatively new ‘rising star’ enzyme on its way to becoming the biggest enzyme of all time. It is in wide clinical use throughout Europe and Asia as an anti-inflammatory and fibrin dissolver for 35 years. Serrapeptase was originally found in the silkworm where the silkworm uses this enzyme to dissolve its protective cocoon, so the winged creature is able to emerge and fly away.
Obviously, if it can dissolve a cocoon, we have an interest in it dissolving Lyme cysts and biofilm. Sure enough, this enzyme has been found to be very effective at dissolving non-living fibrin! In fact, the most important aspect of serrapeptase is its fibrinolytic activity (it dissolves fibrin)! This is especially true with internal scar tissue, lesions, mucous and inflammation associated with pain – and our favorite: fibrin bio-coatings! Yes, serrapeptase dissolves blood clots, cysts, and arterial plaque and inflammation in all forms.
For 25 years, Serrapeptase has been studied and is used worldwide to treat numerous medical conditions including arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, cardiovascular disease, to name a few. It has been used successfully in China’s four top hospitals in nerve and infectious diseases since 1995 without any harmful side effects.
• Dissolves the biofilms coating microbes.
• Allowing the colonies hiding behind biofilms to be destroyed.
• Dissolves the fibrin (a kind of plaster) walls of capillaries.
• Reduces inflammation
• Helps clear mucus from the lungs.
It even crosses the blood brain barrier – important for disease co-infections!
If that wasn’t enough, we also love it because one of serrapeptase’s most profound benefits is its ability to block the release of pain-inducing amines from inflamed tissues.
Plus – We Add a Proprietary Booster of: 1360 mg.
This includes 8 more enzymes: the 4 original and 4 new enzymes!
Studies have confirmed that this enzyme also dissolves the fibrin biofilms and coatings in cysts! Nattokinase has advantages over the traditional clot-dissolving drugs, such as activase, urokinase, and streptokinase because its effects last longer – eight to ten hours longer!
Clinical reports from doctors show it dissolves branched fibrin. It has proved helpful in chronic infections as the most potent fibrin-degrading enzyme out of more than 200 foods tested. In vitro and in vivo studies have consistently demonstrated the potent anti-fibrin effect of nattokinase.
When you have a chronic infection, like Lyme disease, it can give rise to chronic fatigue symptoms. Excess fibrin is deposited in your tissues which triggers a secondary immune response. Your body deposits fibrin so that organisms are inhibited from being very mobile. This is both good and bad. They’re not mobile, so they can’t do as much damage, but you also can’t get antimicrobials, like antibiotics or monolaurin, to them as easily. Once the pathogens are exposed and vulnerable, they can add in the antibacterial, antifungal, or antiviral products.
“Plasmin” is the body’s natural enzyme for dissolving a clot or fibrin. The properties of nattokinase are very similar to plasmin! Nattokinase also enhances the production of the body’s plasmin! Nattokinase is particularly effective because it dissolves fibrin directly. It can even outperform our own body! In vivo studies also show the activity of nattokinase is stronger than that of plasmin or elastase.
(Note:) Nattokinase has been discovered to balance optimally the clotting ability of blood. Its ability to control clotting rivals that of pharmaceutical drugs such as warfarin, but without any of the side effects or downsides! But since it does thin the blood a bit, we recommend checking with your doctor regarding it.)
3. Grapefruit Seed Extract
Grapefruit seed extract (GSE) contains bioactive flavenoids (e.g., hesperitin, resveratrol, and naringenin). Many studies indicate that grapefruit seed extract ranks equal to pharmaceutical drugs designed to break down cysts and biofilms – and with far fewer side effects!
The GSE bioactive flavonoids help dissolve the cyst and biofilm barriers. The GSE is a protective barrier inhibitor. The removal of barriers can enhance the effectiveness of antibacterial agents. Dr. Brorson’s research showed that:
“The highest GSE concentrations made the bacteria and cysts disappear completely, leaving only small uncharacteristic fragments. At lower GSE-levels, the membranes showed herniation and disruption, and the contents had leaked out.
That is why we include grapefruit seed extract in our Biofilm Dissolving formula.
Bromelain is the key enzyme in pineapple found to be in high concentrations in pineapple stems. It is a proteolytic enzyme capable of digesting the protein in fibrin and biofilms protecting Lyme spirochetes and other chronic bacteria and viruses.
We like bromelain because:
• Bromelain contains a number of fibrin-dissolving enzymes!
• Bromelain also increases the conversion of plasminogen into plasmin.
• Bromelain also prevents the conversion of fibrinogen to the excess fibrin that gives structure to biofilms, cysts and blood clots.
Bromelain is a delightful addition because of these increased natural body enhancers it performs that the other enzymes don’t. It helps make a great blend.
Like the other enzymes we use, papain is a protein-dissolving enzyme from the green papaya fruit. We wanted to add papain as an aid to eliminate toxins from the body.
This activity has an important place when it comes to dissolving the protective fibrin biofilms and cysts that some diseases form. Papain is able to dissolve up to 2,000x its weight in fibrin! We like that.
Papain also increases the body’s ability to produce plasmin. It doesn’t hurt that papain enzyme has protein-digestive properties and anti-inflammatory properties also reduce prostate and joint inflammation and reduce the swelling of prostatitis.
(Magnesium and Zinc are also included to help all these enzymes work together better.)
New, Additional Enzymes!
We have been working successfully with Lyme and other biofilms for years. However, the medical establishment has finally caught up with what we’ve known for years – other chronic illnesses can have biofilms! Now, the medical world has come to the revelation that MRSA staph, Candida, Epstein Barr, UTIs, E. coli, and many other chronic illnesses have biofilm protection!
In keeping up with research advances, we want to add some enzymes to our current Big 5. Some of these diseases use a little more polysaccharides and a few other chemicals than Lyme disease biofilms. As such, we want to add 4 more enzymes to our formula.
6. Boswellic Acid
Recent studies have shown that boswellic acid is important in helping preventing biofilms from attaching themselves to our body. In addition they can effectively inhibit the growth of biofilms up to 50%.
7. N-Acetyl L-Csteine
One research study took 15 strains of Staphylococcus and found NAC was able to lower the biofilm formation (they called it a “slime” index) upwards of 40%. This makes it work well with the boswellic acid.
NAC, an adjuvant molecule in the treatment of bacterial biofilms, has an excellent safety and efficacy profile. NAC, in combination with different antibiotics, significantly promotes their permeability to the deepest layers of the biofilm, overcoming the problem of the resistance to the classic antibacterial (and Monolaurin) therapeutic approach.
8-9. Amylase and Glucoamylase
We are excited about these enzymes because amylase and glucoamylase add extra ability to dissolve the polysaccharide chains and layers these other disease biofilms build. In fact, one study analyzed of 7 enzymes known for cleaning efficiency of polysaccharides. The α-amylase enzymes were the most efficient enzymes. (Our Proteolytic enzymes above promoted biofilm removal of a larger range of bacterial species than polysaccharides but it is nice to have the amylase enzymes.)
Best of All:
Purchased individually, these ingredients could cost as much as $110 a month! Happily, combining them in the Biofilm Dissolving Formula can lower the cost to as little as an apple a day!
Link to Additional Articles on the Biofilm formula and enzymes.
Contents: 1 Container has 150 Capsules.
Serving Size: 3 to 5 capsules a day depending on need and body weight.
(Up to a 2 month supply.)