The word arthritis literally means joint inflammation (arthr- means joint; -itis means inflammation) and it refers to more than 100 different diseases.
These diseases usually affect the area in or around joints, such as muscles and tendons. Some of these diseases can also affect other parts of the body, including the skin and internal organs. Arthritis usually causes stiffness, pain and fatigue. The most common diseases mong arthritis are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout and increasingly, fibromyalgia.
Remedies and Modern day healing approaches
There are two main forms of arthritis, rheumatoid (an immune system
disorder) and osteo (wear and tear). Other inflammatory and rheumatic conditions that share many of the same symptoms are gout, fibromyalgia and lupus. No matter what type of arthritis you may have, they all have pain, fatigue and inflammation in common.
Arthritis is one of the most debilitating and destructive chronic disorders. Since it affects so many of us, the shear number of different arthritis remedies on the market today can make choosing the right one for you overwhelming. There are many new prescription drugs on the market, and drugstore shelves are filled with a variety of OTC pain relievers and supplements…but with modern day toxicity already such a big issues as was clearly seen this past Covid year, what to do…
So, what makes the herbal remedies different?
Medicinal plants have hundreds of compounds, that work as a synergistic whole. Giving them a whole range of properties and actions as opposed to the singular pain relief chemical approach. Many of these plants have a recorded history of use that stretches back in time to the first physicians of Egypt and Greece. Anyone living with arthritis is all to familiar with the benefits and dangers COX-2 type pain medications. You may not realize Hippocrates was prescribing herbal COX-2 type pain relievers thousands of years ago.
Anti-inflammatory herbs are some of the most important herbal allies in the fight against arthritis. Inflammation is both a root cause and a symptom in a wide variety of health conditions. Herbal medicine also lends itself to many different forms of therapeutic treatments. Arthritis such as baths, aromatherapy oil blends, herbal oils, herbal teas and extracts that go far beyond just taking a pill.
When dealing with the arthritis it is pretty much getting back to basics doing a general detox from start to end, cleaning up so that your own Immunity can best do the defending, balancing and restoring with the help of a good nutritional support to his end and nutritionally supported by
Then support nutritionally.
A diet rich in nutritious foods and herbs provides much of the nutrients we need for health. However, nutritional supplements can be beneficial additions to management of osteoarthritis and other rheumatic conditions.
Vitamin D and Vitamin B, as well as trace minerals; boron, selenium, zinc and copper, are not always present sufficient levels in commercially grown produce. It is important to insure your levels are not too low.
Glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate work to help stop the progression of arthritis in approximately 30 percent of people, and are certainly worth trying. Supplements that are rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids like fish oils and flax have proven anti-inflammatory benefits and should be first on your list of supplements to take:
Avocado oil combined with soy, or avocado soybean unsaponifiables. (ASU) supplements have shown benefits for osteoarthritis of the knee, with patients experiencing less pain and stiffness in clinical trials. I believe a good collagen product may help over months as well.
As is known there is always a delayed onset of action for plant and herbs, which could frustrate those looking for quick relief but the long-term benefits going natural with less toxicity too boot remains key. We aim to serve so simply call Imsyser for best support going forward on your health
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