Cardiovascular Disorders

Vascular and circulatory disorders also respond well to enzyme supplementation. This includes arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, coronary heart disorders, phlebitis, edema, serious varicose veins and other circulatory problems that affect the brain, lungs, kidneys and liver.

Dr. J. Vall-Serra, Professor of Medicine in Barcelona, reported that enzyme supplementation was superior to all methods of vessel dilation and anticoagulant therapy previously used.

Former Fordham University Professor of Medicine, Dr. Max Wolf, reported that tests of 347 patients with circulatory disorders showed either 87% completely free or almost free of any symptoms after taking enzymes.

Dr. H. Dench, Austrian Professor of Medicine, conducted similar tests of patients who had problems with blood clots. Ninety-three percent of the patients were significantly improved after enzyme treatments.

A German scientist, Dr. Karl Maehder, reported that a multicenter study of 216 patients suffering from various vein disorders were given oral enzymes. Their typical problems were edema and serious varicose veins. Ninety-four percent either completely recovered or had significant improvement.