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BROMELAIN

Bromelain

 

How does it work?

Bromelain is an enzyme derived from the pineapple plant which assists in breaking down proteins (proteolysis) at the site of inflammation and injury.1 This helps to reduce swelling and inflammation of connective tissue especially after surgery or injury.2

What results can be expected?

A reduction of swelling and inflammation, accelerated wound healing and inhibition of inflammatory prostaglandins help to reduce pain also.3 Those suffering from inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, athletic injuries, sinusitis, hay fever, inflammatory bowel conditions such as ulcerative colitis and crohns disease, burns or trauma to connective tissue and post operative tissue reactions or lacerations have found pain relief, accelerated wound healing and reduced swelling using bromelain.4,5

1Osiecki, H. (2010). The Nutrient Bible (7th ed.). QLD: Bio Concepts pp171.

2Vitamins and Supplements. (2009). Retrieved January 2013, from Wed MD: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-895-BROMELAIN.aspx?activeIngredientId=895&activeIngredientName=BROMELAIN&source=2&tabno=1

3Osiecki, H. (2010). The Nutrient Bible 7th Edition. QLD: Bio Concepts p171

4Vitamins and Supplements. (2009). Retrieved January 2013, from Wed MD: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-895-BROMELAIN.aspx?activeIngredientId=895&activeIngredientName=BROMELAIN&source=2&tabno=1

5Osiecki, H. (2010). The Nutrient Bible 7th Edition. QLD: Bio Concepts p171