Bromelain: A Literature Review and Discussion of its Therapeutic Applications

@inproceedings{Kelly1996BromelainAL,
  title={Bromelain: A Literature Review and Discussion of its Therapeutic Applications},
  author={Gregory S. Kelly},
  year={1996}
}
First introduced as a therapeutic compound in 1957, bromelain’s actions include: (1) inhibition of platelet aggregation; (2) fibrinolytic activity; (3) anti-inflammatory action; (4) anti-tumor action; (5) modulation of cytokines and immunity; (6) skin debridement properties; (7) enhanced absorption of other drugs; (8) mucolytic properties; (9) digestive assistance; (10) enhanced wound healing; and (11) cardiovascular and circulatory improvement. Bromelain is well absorbed orally and available… CONTINUE READING

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