Bromelain herb is an enzyme mix that is found in Spanish Moss, Puya Raimondeii and the stem and fruit of Pineapple.
Great attention is being given to the Pineapple fruit because of the attention of Bromelain and its medicinal properties; however, the greatest amount of Bromelain will be obtained in the stem of the Pineapple and not the fruit.
Bromelain is known to be an effective meat tenderizer and was historically injected into the muscle of an animal intended as food.
Today this has been deemed unethical and Bromelain is used in the powdered form and sprinkled on meat or used in a marinade where the enzymes penetrate the meat and tenderize it.
Benefits of Bromelain
New benefits of bromelain as a herb are being discovered all the time. At the present time Bromelain is used medicinally as an anti-inflammatory agent as well as an anti-coagulant in the blood stream and arteries. Bromelain is primarily produced using the stem of the Pineapple plant in tropical areas that grow Pineapples such as Thailand and Taiwan.
Bromelain is often mixed with Papain which is a digestive aid and will increase the absorption and thus effectiveness of Bromelain.
Bromelain Herbal Tea
Herbal Tea Recipes
To make a herbal tea that contains Bromelain, it is easiest to add some dried fruit to your pot of tea! Dried pineapple bits will add a sweet flavor to your tea. Add it to green tea, black tea or white tea.
Bromelain and Acai for Weight Loss
Bromelain and acai are often used together to stimulate the bodies metabolism and let you burn fat naturally. A tea blended from pineapple and bromelain drank 3 times a day will give your body a natural boost, and the pounds will start to come off. Bromelain is an effective metabolism stimulator. You can read more about acai berries and acai tea here.
Bromelain Uses & Herbal Remedies
Lots of people email us here at CrazyForTea and ask "what is bromelain used for? Bromelain can be consumed through the very tasty Pineapple either fresh, dried, in deserts or however you enjoy your Pineapple and health benefits will be derived from the Pineapple.
Bromelain is available in health food stores as a supplement and is taken as a digestive aid, a blood thinner to help reduce artery blockage, and is effective for joint pain when taken with glucosamine.
Bromelain is thought to relax smooth muscles and is often used for PMS symptoms including cramping associated with menstruation.
Bromelain has been used to treat warts and the viruses associated with the formation of warts.
Bromelain Side Effects
There are some bromelain side effects you should be aware of. Always consult a medical practitioner before introducing a new herb for medicinal purposes.
Caution should be taken with Bromelain if you are allergic to Pineapple or if you have a blood clotting disorder.
There are a few good suppliers of bromelain supplements on line, these are some of the most popular bromelain products available.
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