Serrapeptase, or what is commonly known as the miracle enzyme is quite a versatile proteolytic enzyme synthesized by the non-pathogenic enterobacteriaceae Serratia mercens. The "miracle" in Serrapeptase comes from its directly targeted proteolytic (breaking down) effect. As a proteolytic enzyme, it only targets scar tissue, dead tissue, dying tissue and inflammatory markers. Such functionality adds to the safety profile of the enzyme as it means that healthy tissues are not targeted by the breaking down function of the enzyme.
One of the most difficult aspects of providing medical care is the experience of watching patients go through pain. Though unpleasant, pain is a phenomenon that is closely intertwined with life. The enmeshment is not one of unfortunate nature. On the contrary, pain is a loyal preserver of life. Without pain, our lifespans would significantly shorten, aftercall, pain is a cue of tissue preservation.