Serrapeptase (that comes from microbes in silk worms) and Nattokinase (derived from fermented soybeans) are AMAZING Enzymes that help your body process out Scar tissues, inflammation and unwanted proteins.
Ever heard of bartholin cyst Read this article. I never knew so many people use Serracor and like products for this type of cyst.
Found some great reviews and I think it is time ladies know there is a natural remedy. Especially if you are prone to cysts, eat sugar and have a somewhat acidic diet.
I had my first and hopefully my last bartholin cyst and with the help of antibiotics and lancing it began to get better. I have been desperately trying to find options to not have surgery and read and began taking serrapeptase, I am hoping through taking this I will never have a problem again. Once was enough. Thank you for all the advice and sharing your stories and the discovery of serrapeptase was a god send.
So many great and amazing success stories going back more than ten years. If anyone wants a sample to try, please use our contact form. I would love to help you out!
Finding a healthy and organic way to treat scars, scar tissue and a variety of cysts is amazing. This problem is widespread. When I began researching what a customer was telling me I was shocked at the amount of articles that existed. A few common threads they all share:
Recurring bartholin cysts
Not taking any probiotic, kefir or prebiotic
Taking a daily probiotic seems to be even more crucial for women. The experts say that we should take one everyday.
- Scientists are finding that probiotics can be a powerful ally in the fight against a range of health challenges, including: allergies, arthritis, asthma, cancer, depression, heart disease, and gastrointestinal (GI) problems. And a recent study showed that probiotics can even help with weight loss! The guide goes over all of these benefits.
- You’ll understand how different probiotics treat different conditions. For example, L.acidophilus has been shown to boost healthy digestion and immune function, while B. longum blocks unfriendly bacteria and yeast.
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