Vitalzym Resolves Uterine Fibroids

Vitalzym is a new supplement with the power to shrink uterine fibroids for good. This is very significant, because up to now, medical profession and pharmaceutical industry have not come up with a remedy — a kind of a “pill” — for uterine fibroids. And we, of course, know, that about 200.000 hysterectomies are done in the USA because of fibroids only!

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Vitalzym guards against the formation of fibrin, cleanses the blood of debris, helps the immune system, promotes blood circulation and will help the body to repair damaged tissues, such as post-operative injuries, cuts and bruises. It will also reduce swelling and inflammation, which often alleviates pain, and can help with arthritis or chronic back pain.

For gynecological purposes, it will often work wonders for your fibroids. In one case that I do know first hand, the patient had a myoma 13 cm in diameter, and taking Vitalzym for several months did bring it back for a few centimeters. At the time of this writing, the case if far from being closed, so I’ll write about it when the new data becomes available. In general, the whole procedure of shrinking the fibroids with Vitalzym will last from 3 to 6 months.

Vitalzym “eats” the fibrin in the body, and the fibroids are formed of fibrin. It also seems to help with Endometriosis and Fibrocystic Breasts.

What does Vitalzym contain?

It contains protease, serrapeptase, papain, bromelain, amylase, lipase, rutin and amla. Practically all these ingredients, each from its own angle of attack, help reduce inflammation and reduce swellings — exactly what is needed when you have fibroids.

When not to take Vitalzym

Do not take Vitalzym if you are



a hemophiliac,
taking anti-coagulants (such as Coumadin, Heparin and Plavix),

taking blood thinners, or

have a history of thinning blood in your family.

Discontinue use 2 weeks prior to surgery.