Neprinol reduces inflammation and tissue damage
Neprinol is a completely vegetarian blend of several different enzymes that have tested to have over six time’s stronger activity to break down fibrin than the leading animal based enzyme blend product. The enzymes in Neprinol have been shown to be clinically effective in supporting C-reactive protein (CRP) levels when taken as directed. In this way Neprinol promotes normal levels of anti-inflammatory markers in the blood stream that are part of the physiologic response of the body while dealing with acute (sprain, strain, overwork) and chronic (arthritis, most soft tissue disease, stroke, blood vessel disease) injury. As a result Neprinol enzymes will assist the body in its effort to eliminate from the blood stream damaged red and white blood cells, fibrin, any protein material that is part of the inflammation process, as well as other cellular debris and foreign protein that can accumulate in the blood.
Neprinol AFD important in treatment of Peyronie’s disease because it affects fibrin
Fibrin deposition in Peyronie’s disease plaque
Immediately after injury occurs in the body, a protein called fibrin is deposited at the site of injury to act as a meshwork to trap and collect important blood cells and helpful components that create a clot that stops bleeding and promotes healing and repair of the recent injury. This is normal. After a period of time this mass of fibrin with it cellular collection changes so that the fibrin is removed and another protein called collagen fills in the spaces and changes the area of repair so that it resembles a fresh scar. This is normal. However, in Peyronie’s disease two abnormal things occur, for reasons that are not understood: the fibrin does not leave the clot, and an excessive amount of collagen forms in the young scar so that it takes on a different name, a Peyronie’s plaque. The way this fibrin and collagen collect and remain at the site of injury is consistent with repetitive injury to the small blood vessels of the penis.
The benefit of Neprinol AFD to Peyronies treatment is that it can break down and assist the removal of the fibrin that remains in the Peyronie’s plaque or scar.
Neprinol 300 most popular systemic enzyme sold by PDI
The ability to break down fibrin with enzymes, and to do it as economically as possible because it is a larger size bottle, is the reason some people call it Neprinol 300. The high potency of two key enzyme ingredients, nattokinase and serrapeptase, address the concern about aggressively placing a systemic enzyme product as the foundation of treatment. Start by taking only four Neprinol 300 capsules daily, then slowly increase dosage while monitoring the size, shape, density and surface features of each Peyronie’s scar. This is a great way to use this Alternative Medicine therapy for treatment of Peyronie’s disease. Neprinol 300 is recommended for both clinical use and therapeutic applications.
No difference between Neprinol 300 and Neprinol AFD
Whether you choose to call it Neprinol 300 or Neprinol AFD, these two terms are simply different names for the same potent enzyme therapy supplement that most people simply call Neprinol.
Neprinol continues to be by far the commonly used Peyronie’s disease therapy product. Many times I have seen men who are following a particular plan that does not include Neprinol, and they experience slow or totally stalled results. After adding Neprinol to that same plan it is common to learn that their recovery greatly improved from that point forward.
The name Neprinol 300 refers to the fact that Neprinol is bottled in either a 300 or 90 count bottle, for your benefit. With the larger Neprinol 300 size bottle it is possible to take advantage of the reduced price of a greater supply and to purchase it fewer times; this is especially helpful for those who use Neprinol for chronic health problems that require prolonged treatment. With the smaller Neprinol 90 count bottle it is possible to keep a smaller amount on hand for relief from occasional and mild overwork injuries or to simply get acquainted with the Neprinol product by taking a small amount of it. By far, Neprinol 300 is a much more popular product.
The name Neprinol AFD refers to the primary purpose of Neprinol, as an Advanced Fibrin Defense therapy product. Neprinol AFD is a name that tells the story that reduction and elimination of fibrin from the blood stream and tissue is what this product is all about.
Neprinol is safe
In over 10 years of use through the Peyronie’s Disease Institute there has been no report of any serious complication or adverse side effect associated with taking any systemic enzyme product like Neprinol, when it is taken in the way that we suggest. Worldwide experience during this time has revealed, as well as clinical studies have demonstrated, that taking extremely large doses of this product does not result in a toxicity reaction. Anyone taking a prescription for blood-thinning medication should consult with his treating physician prior to taking Neprinol.
Neprinol for Peyronie’s treatment
As good as Neprinol is when used to reduce Peyronie’s plaque material, it is almost always necessary to use several other in addition to the Neprinol to support and sustain the desired tissue changes. Neprinol is best taken as part of an already good therapy plan, often used as a substitute for low dose nattokinase and serrapeptase supplements, although some men use all three products with very good results.
Neprinol AFD contains primarily serrapeptase, nattokinase, bromelain, and co-enzyme Q, plus a few other lesser ingredients. Other products also contain serrapeptase and nattokinase, individually, but few put these two in combination and none in the concentration of Neprinol AFD. It is a more potent form of nattokinase and serrapeptase than if you would buy each in individual bottles, and the Neprinol 300 bottle itself is three times larger than most others that contain 100, to say nothing of smaller bottles with 60 or even 30 capsules.
However, in regard the idea of successful PD treatment is to not focus on any one particular therapy, even if it is a great one like Neprinol because the goal is to attempt to create a synergistic effect with several therapies taken at once for maximum therapeutic effect. For this reason the Peyronie’s Disease Institute has always maintained that even if someone believes Neprinol (or any other) is a key PD treatment it should not be taken alone but combined for greatest therapeutic benefit.
No one knows how any one will respond to any or all of the 13 Alternative Medicine therapies found on the PDI website. Some men report some positive results with just one therapy, but more men report better results when they take multiple therapies. That is what the whole therapy concept of synergy is all about: the more you do, the larger your plan, the greater the likelihood of promoting a favorable metabolic change to support and encourage scar reduction. The PDI idea is not to “treat the scar” as a medical doctor would do, but to “treat the man who has the scar” so that his body can heal what is wrong with it. This is a major concept shift for most medically indoctrinated people. For this reason, as good a single therapy as Neprinol is, it is not recommended that anyone who is interested in earning good results in treatment of his PD scar should use just Neprinol – or just any one product – but several to create synergy.
Peyronies disease is a tough and terrible thing to happen to a man. It takes dedication and persistence to overcome it. Call it Neprinol 300 or Neprinol AFD, but definitely use it in a well diversified plan to break down the fibrin network of your Peyronie’s plaque material. Success over this problem is never an easy victory, but always worthwhile.