Systemic Enzyme Therapy with Serrapetase
Used safely for more than 50 years, systemic enzymes are a natural and effective way to provide a first line of defense for the stress and work put on our equine friends. Inflammation is the basis of pain, discomfort, slower healing, and many serious, progressive problems. Serraquin was developed from a growing demand for the alleviation of pain and injuries that occur in today’s performance horses. Unlike any other product on the market today, Serraquin consist of a potent enzyme blend that helps speed the healing process by modulating the inflammatory response and blocking pain. Research shows serrapetase possesses significant anti-inflammatory properties, supports healthy fibrin levels, accelerates the natural healing process and supports a healthy digestive tract. It has been clinically proven to be safe and effective for veterinary applications.
Assists with Performance Related Injuries, Ligament Tears & Muscle Soreness
Alternative Remedy for Equine Injuries
Serrapeptase the fundamental ingredient in Serraquin has been thoroughly researched worldwide for its numerous and diverse effects on inflammation, pain, infection and healing. Unlike NSAID’s, Serrapeptase does not block Cox enzymes to suppress inflammation but rather digests the pro-inflammatory prostaglandin responsible for causing inflammation. By breaking down the old cellular debris, the blood circulation can be improved in the affected area, allowing vital nutrients and building blocks to nourish new cells allowing the natural healing process to work faster.
Serraquin consists of a superior enzyme blend that works synergistically to not only accelerate the healing process but also provides relief from soreness, swelling, and inflammation. Highly known for it’s fibrinolytic properties that enhance healthy fibrin levels which in excess can cause scar tissue and adhesions. It also promotes a healthy gastrointestinal system using powerful probiotics and digestive enzymes.
Serraquin is the most Advanced Joint Formula on the market today and should be the First Line of Defense in equine lameness. It has been clinically proven to be safe and effective for veterinary applications.
Advanced BPPS Delivery System & It’s Importance
Serrapeptase, one of the leading systemic enzymes available, originates from a bacteria that resides in the gut of a silkworm-not from any, fruit, vegetable, or bacteria that can survive on it’s own. Since it’s derived from a symbiotic organism(one that depends on another to exsist), Serrapeptase is a fragile enzyme. Yet thanks to the technical advancements in microbiology, we have been able to isolate this enzyme for therapeutic use. For Maximum Effectiveness Serraquin uses a unique process called Bioactive Protein Peptide System (BPPS) which is a proprietary bioactive peptide, ensuring the Greatest Enzyme Stability, Absorption and Bio-availability on the Market Today!
How It Works -Ingredients
Serrapetase with BPPS Enteric Coating Powder
Known worldwide for its powerful fibrinolytic and proteolytic properties that supports muscle, joint and overall tissue health. An enzyme that has superior anti-inflammatory properties to provide faster relief from soreness and inflammation while also accelerating recovery from injury and/or surgery.* Research shows serrapeptase possesses significant anti-inflammatory properties, supports healthy fibrin levels, accelerates the natural healing process and supports healthy digestive tract.
MSM: A naturally occurring sulfur compound know for its potent pain -reduction and anti-inflammatory properties. Can help the buildup of lactic acid in the muscles of performance horses.
Superior Digestive Enzyme Blend:
Protease, Papain, Bromelain, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Betaglucanase, Hemi-cellulase, Phytase & Alpha Galactosidase
Promotes a healthy gut by breaking down proteins, sugars, fats, starches and fibers easier. Aids in a healthy digestive system promoting less gas that can lead to colic. Supports healthy weight gain in older and more active horses.
Protease: Hydrolyzes (breaks-down) proteins. Since alfalfa is high in protein this will help break down and support digestion.
Bromelain: Proteolytic (protein-digesting) enzyme known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Papain: Obtained from the latex of the fruit of the Papaya tree; used for centuries as an effective digestive aid*
Amylase: Breaks down carbohydrates, or more specifically, starches, into smaller dextrins and sugars; produced naturally by humans, microorganisms and plants.
Lipase: Catalyzes the break-down of fats into essential fatty acids needed for healthy tissues and cells*
Phytase: A type of phosphatase enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of phytic acid (myo-inositol hexakisphosphate) – an indigestible, organic form of phosphorus that are found in grains.
Betaglucanase: Source of Naturally Occuring Viable Yeast, Enzymes and Bacteria For Use in Animal Feeds. For use in breaking down -glucans and other cell-wall constituents present in barley/oats. Helps maintain a healthy immune system which is vital to a performance horses daily exercise routine.
Hemi-Cellulase: The hemicellulase enzyme breaks down hemicellulose, which is a type of cellulose and a key component of the cell wall in all plants.
Galactosidase: An enzyme that helps digest complex sugar and fat. Without this enzyme, sugar-fat complexes can accumulate in the gut, and later in the rest of the body.
Amla: Also known as Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis); a natural, efficacious antioxidant, and one of the richest sources of absorbable vitamin C
Rutin: Bioflavonoid; strengthens and tones arteries and veins; provides antioxidant support against free-radicals and inflammation.
B.Coagulans: A probiotic that is powerful and particularly effective at alleviating stomach distress, such as intestinal gas.