Nattokinase is a proteolytic enzyme that naturally occurs in natto. It is a traditional fermented soybean dish and a well-known staple food in Japan. Nattokinase breaks down fibrin/proteins in mucus and biofilms.
The appropriate dose of Nattokinase depends on age, health and other conditions. Do not exceed 200mg/day unless under the care of a health practitioner.
*Do not take nattokinase with other anticoagulant or anti-clotting medication.
*Do not take nattokinase if you are pregnant, breast feeding, have a bleeding or coagula.
Dosage is 100mg (1/16 tsp) once or twice a day.
† The statements throughout this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary. Seek the advice of a competent health care professional for your specific health concerns. If you have a medical condition or are pregnant please consult your health care provider before use. Information on this site is for educational purposes only.
You can watch a full presentation of Ely Ross presenting during the 2020 Calgary Fermentation Festival. Ely was our teacher and the founder of our Natto making process after he sold the Kiyoko business to us in 2021 after he could no longer keep it going. It is an honour to carry on the tradition of Natto making from him and his family. Please enjoy.