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Enzymes -- a Novel Way of Resolving Uterine Fibroids!?

Enzymes are somewhere in the middle of pure energy healing methods and healing with material doses. Hysterectomy-wise, two mixtures of enzymes stand out, and both are for eradicating uterine fibroids. Those would be Vitalzym and Neprinol.

In one regard, enzymes are just like vitamins -- necessary for moving energy around in the body and for transforming it from one form to another. The reason everybody knows about vitamins and that not that many people know about enzymes is that, historically, first it became possible to make and market artificial vitamins, while artificial enzymes became widely available only in the last decade or so. Now that is possible to make long chains of enzyme particles, practically all enzymes can be synthetised and thus used to the benefit of all.

In this particular case, Vitalzym and Neprinol seem to eradicate uterine fibroids without any surgical intervention, at least that seems to be the experience that I've read on the Internet. Neprinol is similar to Vitalzym, however, you take in smaller doses, which makes it easier on your wallet -- for about the same price, you get twice more in the way of treatment.

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, Vitalzym will often work wonders for your fibroids. In one case that I do know first hand, the patient had a myoma 13cm 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. Anyway, this seems quite inspiring!

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