Bromelain and ginger for prostaglandin imbalance?

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Bromelain and ginger for prostaglandin imbalance?

Post  Vikingo on Tue Nov 08, 2011 9:18 pm

Hi everyone,

I have read that bromelain stops the production of prostaglandins before they are formed rather than binding them up after they form (ginger).

Would bromelain and ginger taken internally together be beneficial if one suspects that their hair loss problem i related to prostaglandins? and does anyone have experience in using these two supplements internally?


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Post  rawtherspices on Tue May 08, 2012 8:02 pm

SA Rawther Spices is the largest processor and exporter of black pepper and dry ginger in India, apart from having a good track record in the international trade of coffee, turmeric, cloves, chillies, nutmeg and other products.

Botanical names: Zingiber officinale
Family name: Zingiberaceae

Zingiber officinale, is a perennial creeping plant, with thick tuberous rhizome, producing a an erect stem 1-3 ft tall. Ginger is the underground stem of the ginger plant. It has a fiery and pungent flavor. Ginger has several medicinal uses, commonly known for its effectiveness as a digestive aid.

SA Rawther is India’s No.1 processor of dry ginger. SRS is the only dry ginger processor in India to have a facility with mechanical washing and other cleaning /processing facilities. With our facility located in Bangalore, and processing hubs in Calicut( Kerala ) we are able to offer every variant of dry ginger from India. We also offer the most exclusive white cochin dry ginger available in this part of the world while meeting the most stringent EU/Japanese standards of S02 and Aflatoxin requirement.



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