Frequently asked questions about Miraclebest

  1. How long does one bottle last? A: About a month.  There are 60 tablets.  Take one in the morning and one in the evening.  Two per day. 
  2.  I'm taking pharmaceutical medicine and blood pressure medicine.  Should I discontinue while taking Miraclebest? A:  You should consult your doctor before discontinuing your medicine.  
  3. Do I eat it on an empty stomach or with food?  A:  Yes.  It is best to take Miraclebest on an empty stomach.
  4.  How much is shipping?   A:  Shipping to Domestic USA address is free.  International shipping price ranges from $5 dollars to $25 dollars depending on the number of package and weight.
  5. Do you ship to China?  A:  We can ship to China.   It takes about 2-3 weeks to arrive. 
  6.  Is your product safe?  A:  Yes.  Miraclebest/Serrapeptase is considered a supplement, it is produced in a GMP and NSF certified manufacturing plant.  Lifetree have been doing business with the manufacturer for many years.    The ingredients have been used safely for over 30 years in Germany and Japan. Serrapeptase has over 40 documented clinical studies.
  7.   Are there any negative side effects to Miraclebest?  A:  No.  Miraclebest is not a pharmaceutical drug.  There is some evidence of gastrointestinal irritation in elderly patients with use of the product over a long period of time, though this is rare.  You might experience the urge to use the toilet after 10 minutes of taking Miraclebest.  This is normal reaction.  
  8. I have stents in my coronary arteries, is it safe to take Miraclebest?  A: Many customers have taken Serrapeptase safely with stents.  You should consult your physician first if you have any questions regarding safety of Serrapeptase use with stents.  
  9. I just had open heart surgery, can I take Miraclebest?  A: Patients should Not take Serrapeptase right after surgery.  Please consult your physicians on timetable when to take supplements after surgery.  People with bleeding disorders, such as hemophilia or a group of diseases called “hemorrhagic diathesias,” should not take . People with ongoing bleeding problems, including ulcers, recent surgery, recent major trauma, or hemorrhoids, should not take .  Anyone who has ever suffered intracranial bleeding, or who has had neurosurgery or ischemic stroke in the previous six months, should also avoid it. Severe uncontrolled high blood pressure is also a contraindication for its use. Last, those taking blood-thinning drugs such as heparin, Coumadin® or aspirin, should use this product only if advised and carefully monitored by their prescribing physician. Anyone suffering any medical condition that might involve bleeding or coagulation issues should check with a health care professional before using.

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