Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis is a progressive scarring lung condition and unfortunately, there currently is no cure. But here at Pulmonary Fibrosis NOW! we are dedicated to searching and sharing new and natural treatments for IPF that have worked for others and can be added to our regular Pulmonary Fibrosis treatment regimens.

One of the most helpful and effective alternative therapies, according to many people with chronic lung conditions, is supplementing with systemic enzymes. They have been used in many Asian and European cultures for decades as alternative therapies to deal with inflammation, infection and scar tissue build-up; and, they are derived from plant and microbial sources Enzymes like serrapeptase and nattokinase promote healthy mucus and fibrin levels, normal pulmonary function, and the body’s natural response to pain and inflammation.

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