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systemic enzymes
poor blood circulation
strains and sprains
scar tissue
chronic fatigue
high blood pressure
sciatica
chemical reactions
heart attack
back pain
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Take Systemic Enzymes And Get Rid Of Your Back Pain For Good

This statement should be music to everyone out there who is suffering with back pain. There is something available that can not only help you with your pain but correct the problem so you don’t have any back pain in the future. So, why should you take systemic enzymes? Just what are these things anyway?

First, it is beneficial for you to know just what an enzyme is and what it does in your body. Then you can understand just why these enzymes are so important. An enzyme is a biocatalyst or something that makes something else work or work much faster. You have about 3,000 enzymes in your body which equates to almost 30,000 enzymic reactions that occur in your body. If you didn’t have these enzymes, you would not exist because the chemical reactions that we need to live would happen too slowly. The enzymes speed things up.

Another important job of enzymes is to control the buildup of fibrin in your body. Fibrin is what your body uses to heal itself when you have an injury. Your body will create fibrin to protect an area that is healing too slowly. The only problem with this process is that if you have poor blood circulation, the fibrin can build up as scar tissue and the enzymes can get stuck and won’t be able to get through to do their job.

If you do have too much fibrin in your system and not enough of these enzymes to keep it clear, you have a greater risk for a heart attack and a stroke. You will also have chronic fatigue, pain and high blood pressure. Systemic enzymes can also help with arthritis, herniated discs, sciatica, strains and sprains and of course, back pain.

There are certain people who should not take these enzymes:

• If you take blood thinners

• If you will be having surgery in less than two weeks

• If you have ulcers in your stomach

• If you are pregnant or lactating

• If you are currently taking an antibiotic

• If you have an allergy to pineapples or papayas

If you don’t fall into one of the categories above, then you should take systemic enzymes for your pain. These enzymes have an excellent safety record and there have been no significant side effects reported.

So, if you are someone who is living with pain like back pain, arthritis pain, a herniated disc or sciatica, you should investigate taking systemic enzymes. Don’t just mask your pain with pain killers. Get rid of your back pain for good.


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Sister Kaite, sorry it took so long for me to get back to you. I had trouble logging in. Anyway, just wanted to say that this book really helped me. I had coritzone shots and chiropractic visits. The shots didn't help at all and the chiropractic visits only helped moderately. This book opened up my eyes to alternative forms of treatment. I have implemented some and they are working. I hope you have the same success.

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  about 9 years ago

well I ordered the free pdf but it cost me shipping and handling...I hope it works....thanks

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  about 9 years ago

Thanks for the good info on enzymes for this use.....

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  about 9 years ago

Interesting article. These enzymes or the lack of the them is the cause of pain? I guess I was a bit confused on that point. And by taking these enzymes we are supplying the body with what it needs. I wonder if these are taken by mouth, won't the stomach acid degrade them? Just a couple questions floating through my head as i read your article. Thanks for some great info.

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  about 9 years ago
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