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bromelin

[′brō·mə·lən]
(biochemistry)
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For example, while Bromelin DS does have a suggested dosage, Peroni says users cannot overdose.
An open dose-ranging study compared 1 month of treatment with bromelain 200 mg/day with 1 month at 400 mg/day (Bromelin, Lichtwer Pharma Ltd., Marlow, England) in a group of 77 patients with mild acute knee pain of less than 3 months' duration.
Annabel, pictured right, found relief by using herbal supplement Bromelin, which contains bromelian, a digestive enzyme extracted from the pineapple stem.
They completed a study on new supplement Bromelin ands its effects on the management of mild to acute knee pain in adults.
New research from the University of Reading shows Bromelin extract is an effective help.
Bromelin. The pineapple has been used as a medicinal plant in native cultures for years.
A ONE of the most recent trials was conducted at the University of Reading on knee pain and the effect of using Bromelin.
Seventy-three per cent of patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis reported excellent pain relief after taking Bromelin.
Application of enzymes like papain and bromelin and lowering of pH with vinegar, and citric acids and the use of electrical stimulation are some of the methods used to tenderize meat effectively [3,4,14].
Glucosamine (Solgar Glucosamine Sulphate; call 01442 890355) builds up cartilage to ease pain and the pineapple extract bromelain (Lichtwer Pharma's Bromelin from Boots) helps reduce inflammation and swelling.