This section is dedicated to holistic products that have been know to alleviate inflammation and associated pain. Inflammation is a known irritant to all muscular-skeletal systems as well as most other bodily functions. Please check out the GI Track section of this website for more information on anti-inflammatory products as well as dietary information. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.
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Purchasing Quality Essential Oils
Special Note: Please check out Tea
A lot of these ingredients, along with a lot of other medicinal herbs, can often be found in one tea blend. Teas has been afforded its own category as many of the teas have a plethora of uses and they can not be categorized, by use, with any efficiency.
anti-inflammatory, joint, cardiovascular, and gastrointestinal support, AND it aids in the bodies ability to fight microorganisms at the cellular level too.
For inflammation, anti-Lyme spirochetes
Cod Liver Oil, Krill Oil, Omega Oils:
For inflammation, mood, kidney function, hormone levels
Helps protect the breakdown of cartilage; most especially due to inflammation
For anti-inflammation and the immune system
Japanese Knotweed / Resverstrol:
found in grapes, grape leaves, red wine. One of the top substances recommended for Lyme patients, not just an anti-inflammatory, but a inflammation regulator
(mollified citrus pectin) For inflammation, detoxification
(Ague-weed) For inflammation, joint pain, and cold symptoms.
(Astragalus membranaceus) For inflammation, immune support, gut support, colds, blood pressure, and stress.
relaxes muscles, anti-septic, immune stimulant, anti-inflammatory
extreme anti inflammation buster
Chronic Disease Patients (especially Lyme): 3 drops on tongue or 10 drops in a capsule when a dizzy/vertigo spell is coming.
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