Were you looking for information about Bromelain? Bromeline is a common misspelling of bromelain.
Some people may consider using bromelain to treat several conditions, such as cancer, blood clots, and arthritis. Bromelain is the name given to certain enzymes in pineapple that have the ability to dissolve protein. These enzymes may slow down the growth of cancerous cells, decrease the "stickiness" of blood platelets, help to break down blood clots, and help to break down and remove dead, damaged, or infected tissue (such as in burn wounds). The enzymes may also affect the way white blood cells function, which may produce anti-inflammatory properties.
(For more information, click Bromelain. This eMedTV article offers more detailed information on this supplement, including potential side effects and several safety concerns to be aware of before using bromelain medicinally. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
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