Brand: Arthur Andrew Medical

Neprinol 150 capsules

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Arthur Andrew Medical Neprinol

Neprinol is a revolutionary blend of systemic enzymes and antioxidants specially formulated to support normal circulatory and immune function.

Systemic enzymes like those in Neprinol are similar to digestive enzymes, but are primarily used throughout the bloodstream rather than the gastrointestinal tract. These enzymes support normal levels of Endogenous Blood Particles or EBP's. EBP's can be decayed cells, fibrin, fatty proteins, yeast and other unwanted materials that normally accumulate in the blood. Systemic enzymes essentially purify the blood of these EBP's, supporting normal liver function and maintaining normal inflammatory levels. Sustaining a normal level of EBP's is also beneficial for maintaining optimal immune and circulatory function. Efficacy is of utmost importance to doctors and patients alike. Neprinol addresses this concern with a proven potency that is even utilized by healthcare professionals. Neprinol's enzymes are remarkably different from typical animal and vegetarian enzymes. They are sourced from a combination of vegetarian and selectively potent microbial strains. Although these ingredients are extremely potent, they are well tolerated in the body. Neprinol can be recommended for both clinical use and therapeutic applications.

Recent medical breakthroughs have led to the application of systemic enzymes for the digestion of debris from the cardiovascular system. This provides for a reduced level of EBP's, which can support normal inflammatory responses and their relation to joint discomfort and stiffness. normal, reduced-EBP blood sustains relatively normal blood clotting factors as well. Enzymes support a normal immune system to repair damaged tissue, and even more remarkably, they require smaller doses over time to maintain their efficacy.

Systemic enzyme products have been and continue to be under-utilized dietary aids, despite the fact that their use dates back further than most supplements. As we age, the need for enzymes increases significantly. Enzymes are essential to maintain a strong immune system, normal joints, good circulation and overall balanced reaction to injury. All of the enzyme components in Neprinol are derived from all-vegetarian sources, which by nature are biochemically more effective than those produced by the human body. Supplementing with enzymes can replace these lost valuable enzymes, and combined with proper diet and exercise can drastically reduce vulnerability to a wide range of health concerns.

Neprinol- Advanced Fibrin Defense

Fibrin is a protein formed in the human body responsible for scar tissue and thrombus formation. Neprinol contains a blend of fibrinolytic (fibrin degrading) enzymes that specifically address fibrin levels in the body. When normal, our bodies will normally secrete sufficient levels of plasmin, our own natural blood thinner, which is responsible for maintaining normal blood solvency by removing unnecessary accumulated protein. The normal process of removing excessive fibrin can be enhanced by introducing fibrinolytic enzymes like those found in Neprinol. Serrapeptase, an exceptional fibrinolytic enzyme, has been clinically shown to have the ability to break down large amounts of fibrotic scar tissue. This dissolved tissue over time may accumulate in the blood, increasing viscosity and free radicals. This makes it necessary to include the enzyme Nattokinase, which has been shown to be similar to our body's own natural plasmin, assisting to normalize blood viscosity by dissolving these lysed tissue cells. Neprinol is an excellent choice for anyone suffering from the damaging effects of excessive fibrin.

Neprinol FAQ's

What is Neprinol?
Neprinol is a proprietary combination of Nattokinase, Serratiopeptidase, Rutin, Amla and other proteolytic enzymes that are specially formulated to assist your body's defense of the damaging effects of fibrin. Neprinol has been used to strengthen the immune and circulatory systems, maintain a normal inflammatory response and to support the body's natural recovery process.
What are Enzymes?
Enzymes are proteins (or protein-based molecules) that act as catalysts in biochemical reactions. Every enzyme has a specific reactant known as a substrate, which can be thought of like a lock and a key. Only a specific enzyme (or key) will react (or unlock) its substrate. This is the reason why enzymes are unable to break down necessary and vital tissue, they only react with certain harmful proteins in the body.
What are "Systemic Enzymes"?
When enzymes are introduced into the bloodstream, they work "systemically", or throughout the entire body. Taking enzymes on an empty stomach allows them to work systemically since they will bypass the upper digestive process and enter the bloodstream through the intestine. Systemic enzymes are similar to digestive enzymes, though certain enzymes are more fit for systemic activity than digestion due to the materials they react with, such as Serrapeptase and Nattokinase. These two particular enzymes are very efficient with the breakdown of a particular substance known as Fibrin.
What is Fibrin?
Fibrin is a particular substance naturally formed in the human body that plays a significant role in our health and general well-being. Fibrin is responsible for scar tissue formation, and is produced as a reaction to injury. Our bodies naturally maintain normal fibrin levels with enzymes (principally plasmin) whose role is to attack and break down any excessive fibrin. As fibrin builds up in the body, it can cause many unnormal conditions.
Why Neprinol?
As we age, our natural enzyme production decreases while the need for these enzymes is of increasing importance. Supplementing these valuable enzymes can combat enzyme deficiencies that can lead to a wide variety of health concerns. normal levels of these enzymes can assist the body in maintaining a normal immune system, normal joints, proper circulation and an overall balanced reaction to injury.
How Does Neprinol Work?
By supplementing and replenishing the body's diminishing enzymes, Neprinol provides one of our most essential and basic biochemical needs. It supplements the body's natural fibrinolytic enzyme levels thereby helping to maintain normal fibrin levels: an underlying causative agent for many unnormal conditions in the body.
Is Neprinol Enteric Coated?
Certain websites and manufacturers have recently been marketing that enzymes require a pH resistant coating (known as an enteric coating) to be effective systemically. Many enzymes have been used for decades for their systemic properties, yet the enteric coating gimmick has only been around for a few years. A common misconception with enzymes is that they "die" if they enter an environment which is not within their optimal range of pH and temperature. However, there is no clinical data to support this claim. While it is true that certain enzymes lose their activity over time when introduced to very low pH levels, this is not true with enzymes derived from plant, fungal and microbial sources such as those in Neprinol.
Microbial and plant derived enzymes like those in Neprinol are somewhat acid-resistant, and can maintain activity at pH levels as low as 2.0 and as high as 10.0. In nature, microorganisms use their enzymes to break down and digest the plant material that they grow upon. Since the site of fungal growth in nature can vary, fungi have evolved enzyme systems that allow the plant to grow under a variety of conditions, including differences in pH and temperature. If the enzymes needed protection to survive these conditions, wouldn't Mother Nature simply have provided them the ability to do so?
Neprinol is to be taken on an empty stomach, which allows the capsule to enter and leave the stomach in a matter of 30 minutes or less. The cellulose capsules used with Neprinol on average take 30 minutes to dissolve in low pH. In addition, the capsules themselves would not cause the stomach to start producing acid, since this only occurs when there is a stretching of the stomach lining therefore lab tests geared towards demonstrating the necessity of enteric coatings by exposing enzymes to 2+ hours to extremely acidic pH levels simply does not accurately recreate an actual situation in nature.
Is Neprinol Safe?
No serious or adverse side effects have been reported from taking systemic enzymes such as Neprinol. Clinical studies have shown that even extremely large doses of these enzymes are not toxic. If you are taking blood-thinning medication, you should consult with your physician before taking Neprinol.

Neprinol Suggested Use

Directions: Take 1 to 4 capsules with 8 oz of water between meals or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. For therapeutic applications, take 3 or 4 capsules three times daily.

Warning: Do not take Neprinol without the consent of your physician if you are taking anti-coagulants or if you are pregnant or nursing.

Is Neprinol safe?
No serious or adverse side effects have been reported from taking systemic enzymes such as Neprinol. Clinical studies have shown that even extremely large doses of these enzymes are not toxic. If you are taking blood-thinning medication, you should consult with your physician before taking Neprinol.
When is the best time to take Neprinol?
For best results, take the product at least one hour prior to eating and/or two hours after a meal.
Can I take Neprinol with other supplements?
Neprinol can be used safely with other dietary supplements.
How long does it take for Neprinol to work?
Although every person is different, some have reported feeling the effects of systemic enzymes in as little as 45 minutes. For therapeutic regimens, the progression may be slow for some and quicker for others. Typically, supplementing the product for a minimum of a month's time is recommended, with the best results occurring anywhere from one to three months thereafter.

Neprinol Supplement Facts

The benefits of:

Serratiopeptidase (Serrapeptase)
A proteolytic (protein digesting) enzyme with potent fibrinolytic activity that can support normal fibrin concentrations. It has been clinically shown to thin secretions from the mucus membranes, and also promotes recovery after physical stress, boosting energy levels.
A fibrinolytic enzyme that can help to maintain normal blood viscosity and normal cardiovascular health. Like Serrapeptase, Nattokinase can support normal fibrin concentrations. It has antioxidant effects that may be beneficial to promote normal prostate health, and aids in the elimination of free radicals.
Used systemically, this enzyme digests fats in the blood and can help to convert fats into energy.
A proteolytic enzyme that, when present in blood serum, plays an important role in blood clotting as well as lysis of clots. Can help support a normal immune system.
Derived from Indian Gooseberry, Amla contains tannic acid, glucose, cellulose, and calcium. Amla helps maintain normal acid and pH balance, and is traditionally used as a nerve, brain and hair tonic.
A proteolytic enzyme derived from papaya that can promote natural healing of bruises and other tissue injuries.
A proteolytic enzyme derived from pineapple that acts with the body to promote its normal immune responses. Bromelain can also help to maintain normal skin conditions.
A flavonoid (plant pigment) that helps to maintain strong capillaries and connective tissue, as well as normal blood vessels.
Coenzyme Q10
Decreases the proliferation of free radicals, supporting a normal immune system. CoQ10 helps promote maintenance of normal cardiovascular function and is a coenzyme that is essential for enzymes to function in the body.
Promotes a normal cardiovascular system, and is essential for cell repair, hormones and a regular heartbeat. Magnesium helps reduce effects of increased stress.