Bromelain

 

Bromelain is a protein digesting enzyme from the stem of pineapples.

A potent anti-inflammatory that promotes soft tissue healing and reduces bruising.

Helps relieve pain from sprains, arthritis, after injury or surgery

Relieves sinusitis caused by nasal problems, infections and allergies

Improves nutrient absorption and protein digestion

Reduces inflammation in the digestive tract, such as heartburn

 

£13.50

Key Benefits
Ingredients
Nutritional Value
Suggested Use

Sprained ankles and tendonitis
Surgical trauma and wound healing
Arthritis and joint pain
Autoimmune diseases
Sinus infections and bronchitis
Digestive dysfunction, heartburn and IBD
Cardiovascular disorders and asthma

Product Ingredients:

Bromelain, acacia gum, vegetable cellulose, vegetable stearic acid.

Product Non-Actives:

Acacia gum, vegetable cellulose, vegetable stearic acid.

Each tablet provides:

Nutrient Per tablet %NRV
Bromelain 100mg *

 

NRV = Nutrient Reference Value

* No NRV

Take 1 – 2 tablets away from meals or as directed by your practitioner.

Suitable for; Vegetarians, vegans and people with candida and yeast sensitivities.

Contraindications; Not suitable for people with gastritis, colitis or ulcerative conditions of the stomach.

Non GM & Free from; Wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, lactose, added sugars, colourings, flavourings & preservatives.

Keep cool, dry and out of direct sunlight.

1 review for Bromelain

  1. Peter

    I have suffered with hay fever since childhood. It became so bad a few years ago during the spring and summer forcing me to try all remedies available. I settled on Sudafed; instant relief! However, I had to take it well beyond the recommended time and so I went to see my GP. So began a year of scans and cameras up nose, not very pleasant. Ultimately, no fault found. I then heard of Bromelain. It was worth a try. I’ve been taking two tablets every day before breakfast and guess what, I’ve had my best year living with hay fever since I can remember. No scratching eyes out and far less sneezing etc. I’m hoping next year will be similar.

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