A Queensland grown pineapple has high levels of bromelain as well as high levels of an enzyme that remove the carbohydrate coating from the proline-rich membrane proteins on some viruses and some ‘bad’ bacteria. Originally the pineapple flesh was crushed and sold frozen. More recently the crush was freeze-dried, and milled to give a powder that was added to water to give a solution with some pulp in it. The pineapple is now crushed, the liquid separated from the solids.
Pine Crush, a dry powder, is a freeze-dried liquid extract, stable at ambient temperatures but hydroscopic and the pack must be kept sealed. The powder is dissolved in water and made up to 250mL. It is taken when required to remove a carbohydrate coating from a proline-rich protein to aid in the digestion of such proteins using the Biohawk ginger products.
How do I take Pine Crush? Pine Crush solution made from dissolving the powder in water and making the solution up to 250mL (store refrigerated). The levels taken are ½ teaspoon for an infant under 10Kg, 1 teaspoon for a child under 30Kg, and 2 teaspoons (a dessertspoon) usually twice a day prior to meals, increased to 3 times a day for serious conditions.
Ingredients: dry powder of a pineapple juice.
Store sealed in a cool dry place.
*Dietary products are not intended to treat, prevent or cure disease. Consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, supplement or exercise programme