Why does Lumbrokinase contain 32 mg per two capsule serving to supply 600,000 IU, whereas previously it contained 40 mg for the same IU?
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In a nutshell, we now concentrate the lumbrokinase more, so a slightly lesser amount (by weight) is needed to supply 600,000 IU of activity per two capsule serving. Read More
What is the difference between lumbrokinase and nattokinase? Can they be used at the same time?
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Nattokinase is a single enzyme, whereas Lumbrokinase consists of a group of proteolytic enzymes. They have similar actions, with Lumbrokinase potentially having a somewhat broader action. Because they have similar actions, usually one or the other is... Read More
What has changed in the Lumbrokinase formulation (as of May, 2016)?
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The potency, size, and price have not changed. We now use acid resistant capsules that are FREE of phthalate and other coatings. The lumbrokinase is slightly more concentrated, so each serving of 600,000 IU require 32 mg instead of 40 mg (by weight).... Read More
Lumbrokinase used to come in ‘enteric-coated’ capsules. Why does the label no longer show this?
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The previous version utilized a coating on the capsules to create a form of acid-resistance. However, the formulation utilized phthalates to do this. Our new formulation does NOT use any phthalates. Instead, gellum gum serves to buffer the enzymes as... Read More