"Not Just for Your Heart and Brain Health, This 'Chinese Secret' Helps Break Down Unwanted Biofilms and Blood Clots*"

Lumbrokinase, a combo of six enzymes sourced from earthworms, is known for its ability to support healthy blood flow, and heart and brain health.* Now scientists have discovered that this novel enzyme group may be able to assist with a whole lot more...


Did you know that of the tens of thousands of different enzymes in your body, 99.99 percent of them have nothing to do with digestion?

Enzymes known as proteolytic or fibrinolytic enzymes are designed to break down proteins, but not just the proteins in your food.

When you take enzymes with food, they stay in your intestinal tract to digest food.

However, when you take proteolytic enzymes between meals or when food isn’t in your stomach, they quickly enter your bloodstream, help clean up your blood and make their way to your tissues and organs.

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Proteolytic or fibrinolytic enzymes act almost like a pac-man in your body in pursuit of rogue proteins.

These special enzymes go to work in a seek-and-destroy-type mission to help break down and clear out proteins that don’t belong there.

Think of them as a pac-man in a video game... When food isn’t present, they seek out foreign proteins throughout your body.

Fibrinolytic enzymes also help remove fibrin, a clotting material that your body makes that can restrict blood flow in your arteries and connective or muscle tissue.

Fibrin can affect your heart and muscle health, and as you’ll soon see, the general well-being of your entire body.

That’s where the ‘Chinese Secret’ comes into play... It’s a secret that’s been held by the Chinese, Japanese and Koreans for thousands of years.

But first, let’s see how fibrinolytic enzymes may be able to help you...

Are Rogue Proteins and Fibrin Keeping You From Enjoying Optimal Health?

So how can you tell if fibrin or rogue proteins may be getting in the way of your well-being? They may be if...

  • You have concerns about your blood pressure or heart health.
  • You have blood flow issues anywhere in your body.
  • You’re troubled by pain.
  • You have a buildup of scar tissue from an injury or surgery.
  • You feel tired and can’t seem to get enough rest to feel fully recharged.
  • You’re deficient in certain minerals.

All of these are just a few of the signs that you might benefit from proteolytic or fibrinolytic enzymes.

Fibrin is involved in blood clotting and when you have too much your blood cells can clump together and lead to a blood clot.

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Fibrinolytic enzymes can help prevent "sticky blood" or blood cell clumping.

Through their actions, fibrinolytic enzymes help break down fibrin and:

  • Support dissolving and removing fibrin’s cross-linked proteins.
  • Improves blood flow to tissues by reducing platelet aggregation or blood cell clumping, sometimes called “sticky blood.”
  • Inhibit proinflammatory prostaglandins like thromboxane.
  • Support your body’s ability to reduce hardening of your arteries.

With sticky blood, small blood clot deposits containing fibrin protein occur on the lining of blood vessels and can interfere with healthy blood flow.

Before I introduce you to what I consider to be one of the top enzymes for breaking down fibrin and improving your blood flow, let me tell you about something else that may be happening in your body right now.

It too is related to fibrin protein.

How Biofilms Allow Bacteria to Hide Out in Your Body

If you’re like most people, when you think of bacteria in your body you likely think of free-floating single cells.

However, that’s not how most bacteria live in the human body…

Rather, they exist in colonies called biofilms. When bacteria stick to a surface, they create slimy substances out of polysaccharides or sugar molecules, DNA, minerals such as iron, calcium and magnesium that they steal from your body, as well as fibrin.

This is what’s known as a biofilm. Forming and participating in biofilms is natural for most bacteria – that’s just what they do. The video below gives you a visual presentation of how different types of bacteria form a biofilm…


Once the biofilm forms, other types of microbes can join. Within this matrix, bacteria and microbes, including fungi, share DNA and nutrients.

While some biofilms may be beneficial, most aren’t desirable for your tissue and organ health.

Bacteria hide out, feed and replicate in biofilms, which allows them to remain undetected by your immune system and escape intervention. This is largely because of the biofilm’s outer polysaccharide protective covering, which includes fibrin protein.

Biofilms can damage the surfaces to which they attach. Plus, they can spew toxins and rob your body of minerals. If they become large enough, biofilms can cause obstruction or even spread.

The Biofilms Lurking in Your Arteries, Heart, Kidneys, Bladder, Mouth, Sinuses, Ears and Gut

Biofilms can form anywhere - in your sinuses, mouth, heart, bladder or even your gut.

So where do these biofilms form? These layers can form just about anywhere… such as in your mouth, sinuses, ears, heart and arteries, kidneys, bladder and gastrointestinal tract, and even out in nature.

Biofilms can form anywhere there’s a surface and enough moisture.

Dental plaque that forms on your teeth each day is a biofilm. And so is the slime that forms on slow-moving ponds.

Your GI tract is an ideal location for bacteria and the formation and survival of their biofilms. There’s a lot of surface area and no shortage of moisture or nutrients.

If your intestinal lining is damaged (GMOs and glyphosate are just two things that can damage your gut lining) or have less-than-optimal gut health, this can create the perfect opportunity for bacteria to take hold and construct a biofilm.

Just in case you are wondering... Biofilms are difficult to detect.

Even if you knew where they lingered in your body, obtaining a sample would require an invasive procedure. And if you did have one in the lining of your GI tract, there’s no current procedure available to remove it.

A healthy immune system is your best way to help slow biofilm formation. When your immune system detects one forming, it goes to work to help break it down.

Once biofilms take hold, proteolytic enzymes can give your body a helping hand in breaking them down.

And if you’re not already taking our Complete Probiotics or Complete Probiotics for Women, I highly recommend you do so. Research shows that probiotics may help disrupt the activity of biofilms in your gut.

The "Chinese Secret" to Busting Fibrin and Biofilms: Lumbrokinase Enzymes

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Lumbrokinase enzymes are sourced from the Lumbricus rubellus earthworm.

There are several oral proteolytic enzymes available today that can help break down fibrin and biofilms.

These include pancreatic enzymes, bromelain, nattokinase, serrapeptase and lumbrokinase.

Extensively studied in China, lumbrokinase is a group of very strong and novel fibrinolytic enzymes sourced from earthworms.

Earthworms have been used in Traditional Chinese medicine in East Asia for thousands of years, but it’s only recently that earthworm fibrinolytic enzymes, or EFEs, from Lumbricus rubellus have become available.

Researchers have discovered that EFE from L. rubellus is not one, but a mix of six enzymes – all serine protease components with different fibrinolytic activities.

These EFEs, or lumbrokinase as it’s called, are effective at breaking apart fibrin and the fibrin protein that holds the biofilm matrix together.*  And because it breaks down fibrin protein, lumbrokinase can also potentially improve sticky blood which could otherwise enhance risk for blood clots.*

So how does lumbrokinase compare to the other proteolytic enzymes? Let’s take a closer look and see...

Nearly 30-Times Stronger Than Nattokinase, Lumbrokinase Promotes Both the Breakdown and Buildup of Fibrin*

Of all the proteolytic, or protein digesting enzymes, only serrapeptase and nattokinase come close to resembling lumbrokinase in terms of fibrinolytic activity.

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Lumbrokinase is nearly 30 times stronger than nattokinase, an enzyme from natto, or Japanese fermented soybeans.

But you can’t begin to compare their strengths…

Lumbrokinase is:

  • About 300-times stronger than serrapeptase, an enzyme extracted from silkworms.
  • Nearly 30-times stronger than nattokinase, the notorious enzyme extracted from natto, or traditional Japanese fermented soybeans.

Lumbrokinase is believed to be able to penetrate through thick clumps of gut bacteria or biofilms.*

Here’s something else that makes lumbrokinase stand apart from the others...

It has a built-in balancing mechanism that promotes both fibrinolysis and fibrinogenesis. That means it can both break down and build up fibrin, depending upon your body’s needs.*

I believe this is likely what gives lumbrokinase such a great safety record of use, and why it has been so helpful to many people.*

Introducing Our Lumbrokinase Enzymes, a Unique Blend of Fibrinolytic Enzymes

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Finding a truly effective lumbrokinase can be challenging.

Many lumbrokinase enzyme products contain little pure lumbrokinase or lumbrokinase of low enzymatic strength. Some don’t even contain what they claim on the package...

Our Lumbrokinase Enzymes are different. Each capsule of my unique Proteolytic Enzyme Blend contains:

  • 2,000 FU standardized activity so you know exactly what you are getting.
  • 40 mg Lumbrokinase from L. rubellus.
  • 4 mg Protease for extra protein-digesting power and to enhance lumbrokinase’s actions further down in your GI tract.

With many other lumbrokinase products, you have no idea of their enzyme activity. There may be some, there may be none. If enzyme activity isn’t measured, you have no assurance that you’re getting a high-quality, effective product.

Our Lumbrokinase Enzymes assures you that you’re getting a full 40 mg of lumbrokinase enzyme in every capsule.

And speaking of capsules...

We use a delayed release capsule to make sure the lumbrokinase enzymes and protease arrive in your intestines where they are absorbed. With a regular capsule or pill, there’s no guarantee the enzymes will even make it to their destination!

I can’t stress that enough... delayed release is an absolute necessity if you wish to benefit from effective fibrinolytic activity throughout your body.

Take Action Now for a Healthy Heart, Brain, Muscles and More: Give Your Body a Helping Hand to Clear Away Fibrin, Clots and Biofilms*

As I suggested earlier, I believe you owe it to yourself to try our Lumbrokinase Enzymes if...

  • You have concerns about your blood pressure or heart health.
  • You have blood flow issues anywhere in your body.
  • You’re troubled by pain.
  • You have a buildup of scar tissue from an injury or surgery.
  • You feel tired and can’t seem to get enough rest to feel fully recharged.
  • You’re deficient in certain minerals.

Of course, these issues may be just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the value of lumbrokinase. It may be useful anywhere in your body where blood flows or biofilms can form.*

I regularly take lumbrokinase because of all of the benefits described above. I believe it is an important strategy to lessen accumulating fibrin as I age.

Lumbrokinase has withstood the test of time in Traditional Chinese medicine over thousands of years. Maybe its time has come to help you Take Control of Your Health®.

Order Lumbrokinase Enzymes today and experience it for yourself.

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Top Frequently Asked Questions
  1. A: Digestive and proteolytic enzymes act very differently, even though you may see similar enzymes in both kinds of formulas. You take digestive enzymes at meal time to help digest your food. Lumbrokinase Enzymes are taken only between or away from meals to help digest proteins throughout your body that shouldn’t be there. I recommend taking one capsule daily on an empty stomach.

  2. A: If you take anti-coagulants or blood thinners, consult with your health care practitioner before using any type of proteolytic enzyme, including Lumbrokinase Enzymes.

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