Nattokinase Enzyme Therapy
and
Peyronies Disease




Here's another of Mother Nature's miraculous healers!

What Is It?

Nattokinase is a pro- fibrinolytic enzyme. That means it dissolves fibrin (a fibrous protein).

It's main use is in dissolving blood clots. It does this by dissolving the fibrin that holds blood clots together.

Where It Comes From

Dr. Hiroyuki Sumi discovered the enzyme in 1980.

It is isolated from the Japanese vegetable (soybean) "cheese" called: Natto.

Nattokinase - comes from Natto



Dr. Sumi named the newly discovered enzyme Nattokinase, which means "enzyme in natto." He stated that this enzyme shows "a potency matched by no other enzyme."

While other soy foods contain various enzymes, it is only natto that contains this specific enzyme.

What It Can Do

This enzyme has shown to be an amazing blood clot dissolver, and fibrin dissolver. It has shown fantastic results on coronary patients and patients with arteriosclerosis.

For this reason it may be very useful for reversing impotence and erectile dysfunction caused by arteriosclerosis.

But you came to this site to fix a bent penis. And this enzyme therapy, like all other enzyme therapy, has proven relatively useless for straightening a bent penis or a curved penis caused by Peyronies Disease.

The Big Fallacy

The big fallacy in treating Peyronies Disease with pro-fibrinolytic enzymes like Nattokinase is that the scar tissue will still remain after the fibrin has been dissolved.

And the scar tissue is the primary cause of a bent penis or a curved penis in almost every case of Peyronies Disease.

Use in Peyronies Disease Pain

Nattokinase may be helpful in reducing the pain of erection that comes during the early and middle phases of Peyronies Disease.

It may reduce the stiffness of the scar which is caused by fibrous plaque.

The problem is, according to the clinical trials, using this enzyme or other pro-fibrinolytic enzymes, it will take about 18 months or more to dissolve the fiber in a Peyronies penis.

With correct penis traction however, a man can normally straighten and fix a Peyronies bent penis in just 6-12 months!

And with correct penis traction, it is possible to lengthen the fibrous tissue, as well as the scar, enough to eliminate the erectile pain in a matter of days or weeks.

The best penis traction units in the world only cost about $300. So why waste 18 months and $2000 - $8000 on the huge recommended amounts of enzymes needed to slowly treat only the plaque and not the scar?

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) - Impotence

This is a simple, though powerful, enzyme found. And it is wonderful for many circulatory conditions.

Because it has the ability to clean veins and arteries, it may even be of great benefit for impotence or ED (erectile dysfunction) caused by arteriosclerosis.

Safety

Because it is not a prescription drug, not a lot of study has been done on it. But, with the study that has been done to this point, no significant side effects have yet been reported in the medical literature.

One action of this enzyne is as a blood thinner. It is a highly effective one.

Therefore, it is important to consult your healthcare professional before taking this product if you are consuming any drug(s) that effect blood coagulation or blood pressure such as warfarin (Coumadin), prescription vitamin K, heparin, ACE inhibitors, diuretics, or beta blockers.

Using this enzyme with warfarin or aspirin could enhance internal bleeding risk.

There may also be problems of drug interaction with nattokinase.

Using Nattokinase Appropriately

As you learned earlier, this enzyme is showing amazing promise and possibilities in the area of heart disease, arteriosclerosis, and strokes. For this reason it may be highly effective in cases of erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence cause by arteriosclerosis.

And since it is a natural food enzyme, you can buy Nattokinase without a prescription.

But, I'm sorry to tell you: As far as straightening a bent penis or a curved penis caused by Peyronies Disease, Nattokinase has proven to have no real value.



Be Well.....

~ William