I have been taking boswellia and sarsparilla which are herbs for almost a year for inflammation. It has been very helpful which is why I feel compelled to share this with you. I suffer from inflammation and fibromyalgia like symptoms although I have never been diagnosed. I use Boswellia seretta (must contain boswellic resins) which is also known as Frankincense. I bought my own in bulk from mountain rose herbs and cap them myself because I take so much. I take 2 capsules a day about 3 times a day.
I wanted to add juicing cannabis leaves to the list of remedies for inflammation.
I have had gut problems for years. (I have an extra-long colon, like twice normal length.) General inflammation, sometimes burning an inch or two below my sternum ( a good remedy for that is pancreatic enzymes), a pointed ache in the gall bladder area (just below right ribs) whenever I ate anything with fat, and a pain in the left lower corner of the abdomen aftter eating. I did an all night castor oil pack and all of these symptoms have disappeared and have not come back.
This simple yet delicious tea has been a life saver many times. One time I had a bad case of chemical poisioning and I had sores and welts all over my eyes, face and mouth. It happened so quick I freaked out and reached for some chrysanthemum tea. Within minutes it all calmed down and I was normal again. Generally in Asia this tea is used to bring down heat and inflamation like canker sores. Hard to believe because it's so sweet. The kind I use is the powdered kind in packets. Just mix with water. You can also use the dried flowers but I have a problem with the dried pollen.
I've been a fan of Earth Clinic for a couple of years and have tried many apparent solutions for various ailments over that time. Some work, others don't (for me) but it's always my first point of call for whatever ails me. I twisted my left knee some time ago, which subsequently healed but periodically and now as I age (64), increasingly so, there appears a pain associated with the joint, which I liken to arthritis.
Anyway, there's inflammation which has to be controlled to enable full mobility again. My previous go-to was Castor-oil packs, underneath a neoprene knee-brace. That worked wonders but was unsightly when wearing shorts.
Recently, I had investigated Colloidal Silver for another reason and began taking about a teaspoon of 10ppm every morning, sublingually on an empty stomach. Within a week, I became aware that my knee was not hurting so much and curious, I investigated Colloidal Silver's effect upon inflammation. Lo & behold, I learned it does help with inflammation of all types, as well as being antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral! Who knew?? Buying small bottles was expensive so I investigated the silver generators which ate on the market. All are pretty expensive but then so are the CS bottles, but I plumped for a Silver Puppy, being the mid-priced unit and have since produced a couple of gallons of CS over time.
The product appears to work on almost everything which requires the aforementioned attention, though I must say, taking it the first few times is a bit of a leap of faith because to all intents & purposes, it just faintly tastes like slightly rusty water! It's colourless, odourless and doesn't fizz, but I can attest to the fact it DOES work as certain sites suggest.
EC: If it's colorless, then it's ionic silver, not colloidal silver. True colloidal silver is pale yellow at 20 ppm and coffee color at 320 ppm.
I have been battling inflammation at surgery site for colorectal cancer. It shows up on every scan as stranding inflammation. Inflammation is not good when you have/had cancer. I tried DMSO and coconut oil (topical) every 3rd day for a month before last scan. PET/CT scan shows inflammation resolved finally.
I just want to say that ginger has almost completely gotten rid of the pain and inflammation I have from a bunion and general stiffness I have.
Of course you need to take it regularly, or the pain etc. comes back. I am on the go and work out of town, so a great solution for me is to keep candied ginger with me. (Not ginger candy) I eat a couple of pieces a couple of times a day. Some people may be concerned with sugar content, but this is good on the go solution for me.
Vegetable juices great for inflammation!!
I've been suffering from inflammation all my life, there is no diet that make lose weight, I have noticed however that all grains: corn, chicken peas, all beans, rice, wheat, potatoes make me to gain from 4 to 6 pounds easily during the night!! My meal doesn't even weight that much! So I just don't eat them. But lately I started juicing and I have noticed big changes in my body. Hands, arms, knees, ankles are now a lot better. I can feel my bones now.
I drink a big glass of vegetable and fruit juice in the morning as a breakfast and that's all. My diet is the same so it has to be the juicing! I don't have a recipe I just put on the blender what I have in my refrigerator that day (carrots, apple, pears, strawberries, banana, any fruit and cucumber, celery, spinach and any other leaves I got. I would say I'm impressed.
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My doctor started me on a dose of 1.5mg Low dose naltrexone this last November. In May, my C-reactive protein had gone from 7.5 to 3.2. I feel much better and more rested when I wake up.
I find easing inflammation pain and symptoms best with raw organic maca powder especially if I have had alcohol.
Fresh ginger is completely safe. I juice a thumb size piece 3 times a day with carrot juice, my kids drink it too, Juicing with veggies and apple is lovely - you can juice in the morning enough to take with you to work. Tumeric root is also anti inflammation and good to juice.
I have been getting very good results taking Manuka honey for gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining). I take it twice a day... Once before bed and again in the morning. Taking it with a piece of bread slows down absorption and keeps it in the stomach longer.
The use of north pole magnets (using a very powerful neodymium magnets) will help reduce inflammation. South pole increases inflammation, so please take note to apply the correct one. To identify the north pole is to get a compass. If the north pointing compass points to your magnet. It means this side is north. So mark the positions accordingly. The idea is well accepted in sports area, but are not well accepted in conventional medicine. Sports people need results and the faster they heal, the faster they can compete.