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Most everyone has experienced inflammation, whether because of an injury, surgery, or a chronic problem like arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome. And most of us reach for an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory – or a more potent prescription pain reliever – to treat it. The problem? Well, taking high amounts of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen sodium can have a number of side effects. They may temporarily ease your pain, but they can also cause ulcers and other gastrointestinal woes. So, what if I told you that there’s a powerful alternative to such drugs? And it doesn’t come […]
Continue reading Bromelain: A Natural Alternative to Aspirin and NSAIDs
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Tags: Anti-inflammatory, arthritis, Bromelain, immune system, inflammation, inflammatory bowel disease, osterarthritis, prostaglandins, prostatitis, ulcerative colitis
Could the answer to a slew of skin-related woes be found in a humble houseplant? If you keep an aloe plant in your home, the answer could be “yes”. Aloe vera has long been revered for its natural healing properties – and recent research suggests that there may be real science behind the legend. But just because a therapy is natural, doesn’t always mean it’s safe. See, aloe vera may be an effective – and harmless – treatment when used topically. But take it by mouth, and it may not be so safe. In fact, it could be downright dangerous.
Continue reading Aloe Vera: End Skin Problems with THIS
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Tags: aloe vera, Anti-inflammatory, blood sugar, bradykinin, constipation, dermatitis, digestion, inflammatory bowel disease, psoriasis, skin, thromboxane
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