CRV can break down plaques - what happens to plaque afterwards?

The significant advantage of CRV lies in the fact that it dissolves the shards of blood clots after it breaks them down, so there is no danger that they will be in the bloodstream.

Is it possible to take cholesterol-lowering drugs concurrently with CRV?

Certainly, there is no prevention, but it is not mandatory to use cholesterol-lowering medications, because as long as you use this supplement that opens the blockage in the blood vessels, it does not matter what levels of cholesterol you have.

Are there any side effects to using the CRV supplement?

No, but people with stomach ulcers should consult a doctor.

Is it permissible to use CRV in parallel with the use of blood thinners?

Certainly, there is no reason not to continue taking blood thinners.
For those taking Coumadin, please consult with your physician before taking the CRV.

What is the special active ingredient in CRV?

The active ingredient in this supplement is the papaya extract which contains an enzyme called serrapeptase. About 50 years ago, Japanese researchers discovered the enzyme during their study of a silkworm when they examined how it managed to emerge from the cocoon. It turned out that the worm dissolves the cocoon by excretion of saliva containing the serrapeptase.

I have stents - Can I use the CRV?

CRV cleans the plaques, especially among patients who have had stents installed, as the stents provide fertile ground for the formation of additional plaques.
Plaque cleansing is done by the enzyme serrapeptase which is a part of the papaya extract, within the CRV Supplement.
The mechanism in the CRV formula allows both the cleaning of the plaques, the cleaning of the accumulation of other precipitates, and the bacterial activity created as a result.