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An enzyme found in pineapple, bromelain can reduce pain and inflammation following injury and help muscles recover more quickly after a workout. Bromelain contains a natural anti-inflammatory agent and is also used to relieve pain caused by sprains and other athletic injuries.

Dosage: Take up to three 500-mg. tablets daily.

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