Bromelain + Rutin
Phytoenzyme and anti-inflammatory antioxidant
50:1 bromelain extract derived from pineapple, and rutin extract from Japanese Pagoda Tree flower buds
Expiration date (End Of): 06/2022 |
Lot: D13854 | Ref. EA60
Description: Bromelain + Rutin
The Commission E recommends bromelain for post-operative and post-trauma oedema.
The main active compound in pineapple (1), bromelain is a phytoenzyme, a protein that catalyses (accelerates) chemical reactions in the body (2).
The enzymes act on various substances by degrading them to produce energy (catabolism) or by synthesizing them to construct the cell (anabolism).
Bromelain therefore activates an anti-inflammatory mechanism. By inhibiting the synthesis of prostaglandins, molecules involved in immune response, bromelain prevents inflammatory processes such as oedema and muscle pain (1,3-5).
In addition, as a proteolytic enzyme, it breaks down proteins by breaking down the peptide bonds linking the amino acids. This action increases plasmin in the body, an enzyme that inhibits the formation of another element associated with inflammation: arachidonic acid (6).
Rutin is a bioflavonoid, a molecule typically found in certain plants that has strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity.
It inhibits the synthesis of thromboxane A2, a vasoconstrictor compound involved in inflammation (7, 8). It prevents the formation of free radicals and helps to preserve the structure and function of cells (8). This boosts the effects of bromelain, which is particularly sensitive to oxidants.
Our formula combines a standardised rutin extract from the Japanese Pagoda tree, an important plant in traditional Chinese medicine, with an extract of bromelain from pineapple stem (50:1) at optimal quality: no GMOs, exceptional purity rate (95%) and proteolytic activity (2500 GDU/g).
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Ingredients: Bromelain + Rutin Consulting batch information
Vegetable-based capsule: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose.
This product does not contain allergens (in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011) nor genetically modified organisms.
Use: Bromelain + Rutin Consulting batch information
2 capsules per day with half a glass of water, divided into two doses, outside mealtimes.
Not recommended for pregnant or lactating women. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Does not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. If you are undergoing medical treatment, seek your therapist's advice. For adult use only. Keep out of reach of young children.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
Quality: Bromelain + Rutin Consulting batch information
FABRICATION AND GUARANTEE:
This food supplement is manufactured by a GMP-compliant laboratory. GMPs are the good manufacturing practice guidelines in force in the European pharmaceutical industry.
Their active principle content is guaranteed through regular tests, which can be viewed online.