We feel all the moisture of this cold and long winter in our bones. Especially after the fateful “door”. In the northern regions, in the heart of the Po Valley, let’s not talk about that. It almost looks like the fog can creep under the skin and between the bones, as a kind of dark existence. But science and history together teach us that we can heal and soothe the pain of inflammation with the Wonderful Natural Seven Sisters. Advice and advice that should never replace medication, but simply try to reduce pain naturally. Always, of course, on medical advice or a prescription. Let’s see these amazing 7, which we have on our daily table, with our editorial experts.
From ancient times until today, here are the best anti-inflammatory plants
Inflammation Pain can be healed and relieved with 7 Gorgeous Natural Sisters using:
- Aloe vera
- Devil’s claw;
- Cayenne pepper;
- Green tea;
As we can see, we are talking about 7 anti-inflammatory herbs and plants that not only help treat inflammation, but also prevent it. In this sense, turmeric powder, used in herbal teas, or with dishes that we cook, is a symbolic plant par excellence.
Devil’s claw and aloe vera
With these two products, athletes discover nothing new, on the contrary, they are definitely accustomed to using them. Two plants with natural anti-inflammatory properties are recognized and accepted by international sports institutions. In practice, it helps athletes recover from inflammatory conditions, without resorting to stimulants.
Green tea and ginger
Ikran, green ginger tea, which has its origins in the East, where semi-medicinal medicine made remarkable advances, when we Westerners were living in the darkness of the Middle Ages. Consumption of herbal tea with green tea is beneficial not only on an anti-inflammatory level, but also for preventing cardiovascular and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. As described and posted in one International studyWhich has become a basic text in this respect. We know garlic and pepper very well, because they improve health and circulation, and are literally scavengers for the toxins and harmful deposits out there.
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