Nattokinase for Deep Vein Thrombosis and Blood Clots

| Modified on Sep 02, 2021

6 User Reviews



Posted by Koy (Sofia) on 04/11/2021
5 out of 5 stars

For blood clots, the best probably is nattokinase (standardized enzyme from fermented soy, used in Japan for hundreds of years. I'm using it daily for years instead of prescribed blood thinners and it is life saver for me. You can find it on Amazon. Best!


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Posted by Sharon (Traverse City, MI) on 12/06/2020
1 out of 5 stars

I took Nattokinase 100 mg 3 times a day and got a blood clot in my femoral artery. It didn't work for me. I didn't want to take Coumadin, that's why I took it.


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Posted by Kroks (Europe) on 11/30/2020
5 out of 5 stars

3x100 mg daily, fantastic for dissolving blood cloths (9 years ago I had DVT with completely closed main vein, after 3 months my vein was app. 90-95% opened) and very good for improving general blood circulation.

I recommended nattokinase to a friend who probably had asymptomatic COVID-19 and subsequently probably micro-clots. After only 10 days he noticed better blood circulation, improved respiration and decreased chronic bronchitis and chronic sinusitis.


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Posted by Ingrid (Tampa, Florida) on 10/10/2008
5 out of 5 stars

Nattokinase is known for dissolving blood clots - It is suppose to do a better (HEALTHIER) job than the chemical drugs such as Coumadin and Warfarin but nobody has been able to tell me what dosage to take. I am currently on 12mg of Warfarin for a Trombal vein blood clot and want to switch to Nattokinase asap but need to know the dosage to take?? Thanks in advance for the info.

The following info I copied from Wikkipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nattokinase

Nattokinase is an enzyme extracted and purified from a Japanese food called Natto. Natto is a cheese-like food made from fermented soybeans that has been eaten in Japan for many years. It is thought by some to be a valuable tool in minimizing the chances of developing heart and vascular diseases. Natto is produced by fermentation by adding the bacterium Bacillus natto, a beneficial bacteria, to boiled soybeans. The resulting nattokinase enzyme is produced when the bacterium acts on the soybeans. While other soy foods contain enzymes, it is only the natto preparation that contains the specific nattokinase enzyme. Nattokinase is valued in the alternative medicine community as a clot-buster and blood thinner, and is sometimes recommended as a substitute for daily aspirin therapy. But it's effects go beyond that in terms of catalyzing other enzyme activity.

Replied by rideronthestorm54
(Grand Junction, CO)
07/23/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I have researsched the natto and it was recommended to take a dose of 2000fui to help with blood clots.

Replied by Priscilla
(Santa Barbara County, Ca, Usa)
06/26/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Study performed and proven effective. It worked for my mother's blood clot and varicose stasis condition in her ankle she had for ten years and nothing else worked but but Nattokinase and this particular studied product Nattokinase and pine bark. It contains studied and proven dosage of 3650 FU of Nattokinase.