Allergy, also known as an allergic disease is a group of conditions including include hay fever, food allergies, atopic dermatitis, allergic asthma, and anaphylaxis caused by the overreaction of immune system response to harmless substances in the environment.
In serious cases, people affected by allergies may also experience symptoms of shortness of breath.
With an aim to find a natural ingredient against allergic symptoms, researchers examined the effects of Bromelain (sBr), a mixture of cysteine proteases from pineapple in the incidence of atopic conditions.
The study included C57BL/6J mice sensitized with OVA/alum and challenged with 7 days OVA aerosol following by the sBr 6 mg/kg/0.5 ml or PBS vehicle administered throughout sensitization.
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(1) Bromelain limits airway inflammation in an ovalbumin-induced murine model of established asthma by Secor ER Jr1, Shah SJ, Guernsey LA, Schramm CM, Thrall RS. (PubMed)
(2) Bromelain Inhibits Allergic Sensitization and Murine Asthma via Modulation of Dendritic Cells by Eric R. Secor, Jr., 1 , 2 ,* Steven M. Szczepanek, 3 Christine A. Castater, 2 Alexander J. Adami, 3Adam P. Matson, 4 Ektor T. Rafti, 4 Linda Guernsey, 3 Prabitha Natarajan, 3Jeffrey T. McNamara, 5 Craig M. Schramm, 4 Roger S. Thrall, 3 and Lawrence K. Silbart. (PMC)