Scar Tissue Treatment
Systematic enzymes are that key! However, before we get into technical terms, let’s have a small medical terminology lesson. The term “systematic” refers to something that involves your entire body. An “enzyme” refers to something that speeds up a reaction, without getting used up in the process. A “systematic enzyme” therefore, is something that works throughout your body to help speed up reactions! Some reactions within our body need to occur slowly.
However, some reactions need to occur quickly and that is where enzymes help out. There are over 3,000 enzymes in our bodies responsible for over 20,000 enzyme involved reactions!
Systemic Enzymes Functions
Some of the important functions these systematic enzymes play a part in are:
- Improving blood flow
- Scar tissue prevention and breakdown
- Immune system regulation
- Repairing the cardiovascular system
- Repairing and improving lung function
- Protein digestion
- Blood cleansing
Systematic Enzymes Effect on Scar Tissue
Until recent breakthroughs in science, it was often thought that scar tissue, once formed, had no other treatment other than surgical removal. What’s worse is that even after surgical removal, there was no guarantee that the scar tissue will not return.
However, doctors in Japan and Germany have been treating different types of fibrous scar tissue formation for years using systematic enzymes selective for fibrous scar tissue. Where these enzymes speed up the healing time after surgery, they also have been shown to decrease inflammation without the use of toxic steroids or anti-inflammatory drugs.