There is not one thing that can be done about pulmonary fibrosis. I recall looking into some of the compounds from Biomedical Labs because I know very well how “sniffy” the medical profession gets about alternative medicine. And I remember coming to the conclusion that I want nothing to do with that company’s lung products. In fact there is one case of acute respiratory failure from use of serrapeptase. The fact that something is sold over the counter does not mean that it is safe.
I see that CoQ10 is in some of the products. That is made by the body and it is essential for the functioning of the electron chain in the mitochondria of all our cells; any senior citizen and anybody of any age on statins needs to take plenty of it (I’m on 1000 per day in three installments), and also take acetyl L-carnitine, important in fat metabolism. Doctors probably won’t mention either one to you because they are sold over the counter, but if you mention them they will nod in approval ( or look up the acetyl L-carnitine and then nod in approval as mine did, in fact saying “keep it up” ). Neither of these helps with the lung disease, but a deficiency can surely cause your health a whole lot of trouble. I wish I had an answer. I only know that statins can cause the disease (see the European Medicines Agency on the subject) but don’t quit “cold turkey” because that could kill.