Pineapples! A fruit that is the staple of the tropics, known for its sweet taste that some would say is even good enough for pizza. Pineapples are loaded with nutrients and may assist with many health benefits. One 2010 study has found that pineapple was part of an effective treatment for tuberculosis because of its ability to soothe the throat and dissolve mucus.
1 serving of pineapple contains:
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin C
– Vitamin K
Pineapple juice contains an enzyme called Bromelain. It is used for a variety of medical purposes including, reduction of nose swelling, and sinuses after surgery or injury. In addition, Bromelein has potent anti-inflammatory benefits that will assist in removing excess mucus buildup. This will assist those who suffer from bronchial asthma and experience symptoms such as coughing or wheezing. Bromelain is a natural extract and has been found to speed up healing. When applied topically its benefits include the ability to help in healing cuts, burns, insect bites and to help dissipate bruising and other skin problems. Additionally, it can also be used to help relax and soothe sore and inflamed muscles and has been known to treat conditions such as:
Arthritis and joint pain
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Bromelain is found in the stem of the fruit, the part that is most inedible. For that reason Brolmelein can be taken as supplements which are made from the extracts of pineapple. Brolemein extracts can be found in a variety of forms including capsules, tablets, and creams for topical use.
Overall Health Benefits of Pineapple:
Rich source of Vitamin C
Speeds up Wound Healing
Aids in digestion
Regulates blood pressure
Improves blood circulation
It may be difficult to get your hands on ripe organic pineapples throughout the year but do not hesitate to pick one up in season. You will be amazed by the taste and the health benefits that come with it. Oh yea drinking enough pineapple regularly will sweeten up the taste of your vagina. So go on, don’t be afraid to spoil yourself.