Im taking these along with serrapeptase, proteolytic enzymes and wobenzym. I think those 3 are having the greatest effect on my problems (painful crunchy shoulder & toxicity problems) so im not too sure of how much effect these are having. but Im going to continue with the nattokinase too. Im feeling so good about my new discovery of these very powerful enzymes that im going to continue with all of them! Great stuff!
Nattokinase really helps for my fatigue, I have to take 2 every 8-12 hours, but it is nice in that it also seems to make my spider veins look less, also pain is less. I had some bad mold exposures and take cholestyramine when I am exposed to musty basements or leaky roofs. Also, after a week or so of taking it, my hair seemed to grow better on head.
Started using this for high blood pressure after trying a number of other natural products that I had read were good but didn't work for me. This product seems to be helping, I have only been using it for about 3 weeks and have seen a marked drop in my readings. I am still working on the correct dosage but it does look promising. Right now I'm trying 2 caps twice a day I think I may add 2 more and see how that does.
I have a family history of Alzheimer's disease, one of the reasons I take nattokinase to prevent it from happening to me later in life. In addition to nattokinase, I am also taking fish oil, spirulina and CocoCardio and I have written reviews for these products as well. You are welcome to check them out on my product review page (good-day).
Have had consistant atrial fib for over 3 years now and have chosen to take Nattokinase rather than prescription blood thinners, after reading about this alternative. Of course the Docs (cardiologists) dismiss it and not one has even heard of or acknol'd it. In any case, I've taken 2 of the 2,000 unit each early AM (for an empty stomach) since diagnosed and have had no problems. Recent cardiac cath shows NO blockages, clean arteries/veins. Have had none of the typical swelling of ankles, nor other symptoms. Not sure if I'm taking enough to prevent that everpresent threat of stroke from AF, but so far so good.