Yi En Xi – Nattokinase Complex Tablets Lower Three Highs and Anti-Thrombosis Expert
Main Ingredients: Nattokinase Powder, Plant Sterols, Chlorella Pyrenoidosa, Citrus Fruit, Edamame, Broccoli, Sorbitol Content per Tablet: Concentrated Nattokinase 30mg Product Specifications: 0.58g × 60 Tablets Usage: Take 2 tablets twice a day, about 30 minutes after meals Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Refrigerate after opening. Recommended for:
- People with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases such as arteriosclerosis, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, hyperglycemia, and coronary heart disease.
- People who frequently experience headaches, dizziness, numbness or abnormal sensations in the limbs.
- People with high cholesterol.
Product Features: Contains highly concentrated Nattokinase (30mg) extracted from Japan’s most famous health food, assisting significant anticoagulant effects in the body.
Nutritional Information: The term “Nattokinase” (なっとう) originates from Japan. It is a fermented food made from soybeans through the action of Bacillus subtilis natto bacteria. It has a sticky texture, a strong odor, and a slightly sweet taste. Natto is a high-protein nourishing food rich in Nattokinase, Natto Isoflavones, Saponins, and Vitamin K2, among other functional factors. Nattokinase can help eliminate cholesterol in the body, break down acidified lipids, normalize abnormal blood pressure, and has a remarkable effect on dissolving and preventing thrombosis, making it highly effective in preventing cardiovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction and cerebral infarction. The free isoflavones in natto can clear carcinogenic substances in the body. Saponins in natto can improve constipation, lower blood lipids, prevent colorectal cancer, lower cholesterol, soften blood vessels, and prevent hypertension and arteriosclerosis. Since its discovery in the 1980s, it has received significant attention from the medical community.
- Dissolving thrombi, preventing thrombosis, and preventing hypertension
- Protecting cardiovascular health
- Enhancing immunity and combating aging
- Lowering cholesterol
- Improving chronic constipation
- Reducing the occurrence of osteoporosis
Discovery of Nattokinase: One day in 1980, Dr. Hiroyuki Sumi, a Japanese cardiovascular expert engaged in thrombus dissolution research, suddenly recalled that natto is fermented from fibrous proteins. As the most stubborn part of a blood clot is the fibrous protein, he added a substance extracted from natto to an artificial blood clot at 2:30 in the afternoon. Dr. Sumi was originally planning to check the results the next day. However, at 5:30, during a casual inspection, a miracle occurred – the blood clot had dissolved by 2 centimeters. In comparison, an experiment using urokinase to dissolve a blood clot usually takes nearly two days to achieve the same result. This means that the speed at which natto fermentation can dissolve blood clots is 19 times that of urokinase. As a result, this potent thrombolytic substance in natto was named Nattokinase, or NK for short, in honor of the famous “2:30 pm” experiment that astonished the world in the history of thrombolytic drug research.