PRX Enzymes (120)
PRX helps digest protein and protein invaders in the body, and supports immune function.*
Each enteric coated capsule provides:
- Protease Thera-blend™ 305,000 HUT
- Mucolase 14 mg
- Catalase 50 Baker
- Serratiopeptidase 37,500 SU
- Nattokinase NSK-SD blend 700 FU
- Mineral Blend 40 mg
- 60 & 120 Capsules per bottle. No excipients or fillers.
Recommended Usage: For maintenance, 1 capsule twice a day half an hour before or 2 hours after a meal. For therapeutic purposes PRX should be taken 3-4 times a day. More capsules may be added if needed.
Contraindications: If taking blood thinners the person should consult a physician. If at anytime you feel burning sensations, take 2 capsules of SGI. The burning will dissipate shortly. For support, continue to take SGI with your PRX or DGX with meals and when needed.
This formulation is used to optimize the amount of protease absorbed into the bloodstream. Protease has the ability to break down not only protein in normal digestion, but also protein invaders which are not part of the natural body.* The results of PRX have been seen in the blood within ten minutes after ingestion whether there was food in the stomach or not.* PRX may also be taken with DGX at a meal if animal protein is eaten. DGX contains a large amount of protease; however, if protein digestive problems are present and red meat remains in the diet, the following may be a safeguard to do no further harm.* Take 1 PRX capsule with 1 DGX. PRX is also good for chronic constipation.* The PRX formulation is based on the needs of the individual and not on the individual's size or weight. Children may safely take PRX. For children or elderly, PRX can be taken out of the capsule and mixed with liquid for easier ingestion.
Oral proteases taken on an empty stomach have been shown to be absorbed and carried into the blood stream where they are bound to alpha 2-macroglobulin. Several studies have indicated that oral proteases bound to the macroglobulins hydrolyze immune complexes, proteinaceous debris, damaged proteins, and acute phase plasma proteins in the blood stream (15, 16, 17).* It is suggested that oral proteases may help hydrolyze and remove extracellular proteins damaged by free radicals. This is based on the absorbability of the protease into the circulatory system, their hydrolytic activity and ability to remove proteinaceous debris in blood and extracellular fluid, and their susceptibility due to their unfolding and other conformational modifications from their native state. Protease is a polymorphic enzyme. The enzyme action it produces can adapt to meet the current digestive or metabolic needs of the body.*