How to Remove Endometriosis Clots, Adhesions and Scarring without a Laparoscopy or Surgery!

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If everything works as it should in our bodies and the liver is functioning well, then I believe the body would flush out the excess endometriosis cells all on its own. Ultimately, the body does want to heal and becoming inflamed in an area is its way of dealing with the problem.  It becomes inflamed, sends blood to the area and ultimately should send “fighting power” to that area. Unfortunately, what tends to happen is that the body becomes inflamed on a permanent basis as it is not able to flush out the toxins. This is what we experience as that dull aching and swollen feeling—inflammation.

It has become inflamed because it recognizes that there is a problem in the area, so it knows good and well what is going on! That problem is dead cells sitting in our uterus! It is adhesions and clots which have formed due to an imbalance within our hormones, toxins in our bodies and a number of other factors., which we won’t get into now.

So, the problem is the dead cells and adhesions. This is why we generally feel better after having those cells removed. The body no longer has to deal with these dead cells and become inflamed around them!

Now, I don’t know about you but the idea of going for surgery every year or year and half to have these buggers removed was certainly not my idea of fun!

Well, there is an alternative…REALLY? … WOW!

It is a fairly new product which has only been around for a few years. I think about 5–7years now. Essentially, it is an enzyme which breaks down old cells. These old cells include fibrin, clots and adhesions. It is called Serrapeptase!

 

Let me explain…

So, we have these things called enzymes. Essentially these guys make stuff happen in the body. They speed up reactions in the body. We have about 3000+ of these enzymes. Well, unfortunately as we age, these guys become less and less in number and basic processes become less efficient. Have you noticed how you scar much easier now than when you were a kid? That is one of the reactions that the enzymes are in charge of.

Now, there is one particular enzyme which does the most important tasks we want for our Endometriosis. It is called Serrapeptase.

Where does it come from?

It was originally found in the intestine of the silk worm. The silkworms use it to climb out of their cocoon and to eat the tough mulberry leaves. Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme.

 

How does it work for Endometriosis?

  • Serrapeptase digests dead cells in the body. That refers to old endometriosis cells sitting in our uterus, adhesions and scar tissue.
  • Serrapeptase also digests the fibrin in the blood. Essentially, this is the stuff that makes our blood sticky and clotty.
  • It also breaks down dead material in our blood. This is all those toxins, fats etc that the body is transporting around in our blood, waiting for the liver to process it.

Now, by this logic, the body will no longer need to become inflamed to try and heal the “misplaced” cells in our uterus! Brilliant! Fantastic!

 

Where can I get it?

Now, as usual when something fantastic is discovered, there are always cheap imitations. You need to make sure you get it from a reputable company. I found one that is both affordable and highly effective. You can buy it here:

Buy Vitalzym online

This could be the miracle solution for Endometriosis we all have been searching for!

I would probably recommend starting for 3 months and see how you feel. It really depends on your personal healing process with Endometriosis.

If you have already tried Vitalzym or Serrapeptase, please let me know and share your stories.

 

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20 Comments

  1. DeDe

    Thankyou for sharing this information! But I can’t find in the link any Vitalzym. Is the Serra Enzyme the same ar Vitalzym?

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    • Ayanna

      I personally like Arthur Andrew’s neprinol AFD, it’s a high powered well rounded
      systemic enzyme. I have severe endo with
      endometriomas and high doses of neprinol
      for 3-6 weeks dissolved the cysts on my
      ovaries.

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  2. sensii d

    Thank you for taking the time to write this… I’m as we we are speaking ordering vitalzym… And I’ll update you gyes en of the year

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  3. Christian Dior

    This site was… how do I say it? Relevant!! Finally I have found something that helped me. Kudos!

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  4. Jessica

    Would you recommend this to help prevent the return of endo after laparoscopy? Or would it not have the same effect on “new” endo since it targets “old” cells? (Or are endo cells old…).

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    • Melissa

      There is always endo remaining in the body after most laparoscopies – there are some operations that remove all the cysts but most can’t. It will also help the body expel any inflammation from the op too.

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  5. Sue

    Any updates on Vitalzyme and it’s related support?

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    • Melissa

      I shall do a video on it for it in a few days 🙂

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  6. Venesa S

    Hi Melissa,

    My name is Venesa and I came across your blog about 2 months ago in the desperate search for Endo pain relief (as I am sure most of your readers can relate). My 2 perscription medications, one an antiinflammatory, and one a narcotic were the strongest my gyno could prescribe me – and still no pain relief. Not to mention that I HATE taking medication, and much prefer a natural approach. I discovered Vitalzym thanks to your blog and decided to give it a try. It’s been a month, just finished a PAINLESS period and I haven’t had to take any Ibuprofen to exercise either! It may be a bit premature to say weather it truly is my “miracle cure” but I will keep you updated. I thank you and my liver thanks you! This could truly change the quality of my life.

    Sincerely,
    -Venesa S

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    • Melissa

      Hi Vensesa, You brought a tear to my eye! That is so wonderful to hear and I am so incredibly happy that you have had such an amazing result! Please keep me posted and thank you for sharing 🙂

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  7. Izyanie

    Thanks for sharing, Melissa! 🙂

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    • Melissa

      Hi Christina. Just try the normal dose they recommend on the bottle to start and see how you go. It looks good based on the ingredients. Let me know how you go 🙂

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  8. JADE

    This sounds great. Is the Serrapeptase as good as the Vitalzym, or which would you say is the better of to two to get?

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    • Melissa

      Hi Jade,
      Vitalzym has much more good stuff in it to help you heal 🙂 So definitely Vitalzym 🙂

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  9. Alecia

    Wow! My symptoms in the last 2 months have flared up dramatically, I’ve put it down to being very slack about my diet although it has been 14 months since I had a laparoscopy!
    My husband suggested yesterday that we look into performing the procedure again and I was mortified at the idea! I can’t wait to give this a try! Thanks Mel! Please keep up the great work your posts are amazing 🙂

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    • Melissa

      It is my pleasure and I hope it gives you relief 🙂 Keep up the good diet to go with it too!

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  10. Belinda

    Thanks Melissa, I will be trying this:)

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  11. Aubree

    Ya! So glad you’ve blogged about Vitalzym! I’ve been using it for about three months and it’s been a life saver! I don’t take Ibuprofen anymore and my digestive track has improved immensely! I really feel like Vitalzym is helping to heal me. Hopefully more Endo girls try it out.

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    • Melissa

      That is great to hear Aubree! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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