Nattokinase banned in Canada

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Nattokinase banned in Canada

Postby BlondFog » Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:41 pm

I've been using it for months, it's been available in Canada for decades but now Health Canada has decided it's not something they can let us have.

http://www.aor.ca/html/products.php?id=138

Nattokinase has been banned in Canada. No warning and no explanations. I'm trying so hard not to get stressed over this.


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Re: Nattokinase banned in Canada

Postby PointsNorth » Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:16 pm

BFog,

I believe that a superior product, lumbrokinase, is still available. I didn't feel it made any difference . .. you obviously had better luck with natto.

http://www.canadarna.com/

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Re: Nattokinase banned in Canada

Postby blossom » Wed Oct 24, 2012 9:59 pm

what the hell is that about? i took it faithfully after ccsvi t. although i gained nothing for the good and came home with a numb leg i still as of a few mo. ago had flow. treatment aug.2-2010. i attribute natt. and of course prayer.
hope the usa don't get any bright ideas--wow, they banned natt. but tysabri and others live on.
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Re: Nattokinase banned in Canada

Postby cheerleader » Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:05 am

Wow...scary. Here's another link on the story.
http://naturalhealthfreedomcanada.com/2 ... duct-gone/

Other useful proteolytic enzymes (protein eating) are serrapeptase-and Jeff does really well with bromelain. Always make sure to have your coagulation numbers taken if you are on a blood thinning protocol (warfarin, coumadin, etc) because these supplements might affect them. I worry that pharma will try to ban any natural substances they believe compete with their products.

PN mentioned lumbrokinase--and here's a biochemical Canadian company manufacturing it as "Boluoke" and patenting it. Interesting. Wonder how much they can mark it up?
http://www.canadarna.com
Here's a chart where Boluoke goes head to head with nattokinase...this company is trying to show they are superior...
http://www.canadarna.com/pdf/BoluokeVsN ... ct2004.pdf

maybe this move is to pave the way for biochemical companies in Canada?

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Re: Nattokinase banned in Canada

Postby BlondFog » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:04 pm

Thanks for your replies and recommendations. Admittedly I hadn't expected so many people to tell me I should go eat worms*. There's a song about that but I can't recall all the words, something about nobody likes me and going down to the garden to eat worms, hummm, hummm, la, la.

As for how many worms I should be eating I'll head over to the correct portion of the board if I need further advice.


*one product is based on earth worms, the other is based on silk worms, weird huh.
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Re: Nattokinase banned in Canada

Postby blossom » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:39 pm

hey blondfog, please don't take it that your post was unappreciated. i learned about natt. here. i was upset that it was banned. even called my local health store to see if i could still get it here. so far i can.

i know some of the worm song--nobody loves me everybody hates me-i'm going out in the garden and eat worms-big fat juicy worms-little squiggly wiggly worms la la and so forth. no need to go eat worms cause 'we love ya man"
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