February 18th was another milestone. It was the first full day of my fourth year, free from the ‘toxic cocktail,’ popularly known as prescription medication.
I continue to be inspired by the fact that Serrapeptase began to free me from my symptoms within hours, and then, within weeks, from the medications, which I now believe may have been known and expected to cause, or worsen them. Read More
I am amazed to find that My Serrapeptase Adventure is fast approaching the end of its fourth full year. Once again, I find myself looking back at the events of the past and looking forward to the opportunities still to come.
My adventure continues to be one of change, progress and improving health, but it is fair to say that my condition is stable and that the improvements are less dramatic than they were in the first two years. Now that this remarkable story is becoming better known around the world via the airwaves, the internet and in print, this seems to be as good a time as any to consider some recurring questions. Read More
Regular readers will know that my improving ability to read is among the most precious and surprising gifts of My Serrapeptase Adventure. My ability to read has improved, gradually, but consistently, since my eyesight and visual perception began becoming clearer in November 2006.
I still need a lot of practice and must make a considerable effort to improve my fluency, but reading is already a much more useful pleasure than it ever was before my adventure started.
My Serrapeptase Adventure began when a friend told me about The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme, Serrapeptase and asked me to help her find more information about it on the internet. One of the greatest gifts I found that day was a series of clips from radio interviews from The Power Hour radio show, with Robert Redfern, The Serrapeptase Guy, which enabled me to learn more about Serrapeptase without having to read vast quantities of text – something which my eyesight would not have enabled me to do at the time.
From the very earliest days of My Serrapeptase Adventure, I have been in no doubt that its most life-changing and life-saving gift has been to enable me to escape the impact of the ‘toxic cocktail’ of prescription medication in February 2006.
My adventure continues to be a fantastic opportunity to learn, which provides me with as many questions as answers. My efforts to discover the truth about the multitude of medications that I used to take are, perhaps, the most obvious examples of this.
In February 2008 I wrote:
I have recently discovered that many of the symptoms from which Serrapeptase has rescued me were in fact known, and even expected, side effects of all the prescription medications that I took before I knew about Serrapeptase.