Sir can serratiopeptidase 10 mg use for severe gum swelling,how it works and when it should be taken

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Serrapeptase is most commonly used for reducing inflammation — your body's response to injury. In dentistry, the enzyme has been used following minor surgical procedures — such as tooth removal — to reduce pain, lockjaw (spasming of the jaw muscles), and facial swelling

Serratiopeptidiastase id safe NSAID, and prepared from SILK WORM... It causes very less gestic irritation. Can be taken with Aceclophene. 6 mg is the safe dose.

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Serratiopeptidase is often used in oral cause or oral infection for its anti-inflammatory purpose When taken orally, serrapeptase is easily destroyed and deactivated by your stomach acid before it has a chance to reach your intestines to be absorbed. The doses typically used in studies range from 10 mg to 60 mg per day

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