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Hyaluronic Acid for Arthritis

Hyaluronic Acid for Arthritis
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a protein that occurs naturally in the human body and is concentrated in synovial fluids, the valves of the heart and the eyes. It is a key component of cartilages, diminishing potential joint shocks and protecting the joints of potential inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis. In its extracted form, hyaluronic acid is a white powder. Besides being naturally found in th...
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Flaxseed Oil for Arthritis

flaxseed-oil-for arthritis
Flaxseed oil is a natural product that is obtained by the cold pressing of the flaxseeds, which is done carefully in order not to lose the healing properties of the seeds. The active compounds in flaxseed oil have antiviral, antibacterial, antiparasitic and antitumor properties. Medical research in this area speculates that flaxseed oil could be effective even in the treatment of cancer, especiall...
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Celery Seeds for Arthritis

Celery-Seeds for arthritis
Celery is both a vegetable and a medicinal plant that is common to the southern part of the European continent. It can reach a maximum height of one meter. It is both a delicious culinary ingredient that can be added to foods such as salads, soups, stews and many others, and a great natural remedy for many illnesses. Medicinally speaking, the entirety of the celery plant (leaves, root and seeds) i...
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Capsaicin for Arthritis

red hot chili pepper isolated on white
Capsaicin is an active component of the chili pepper, a plant in the Capsicum family. It has an irritating effect on mammals, including humans, and it produces a burning sensation at the level of any tissue that in comes in contact with. Capsaicin is especially present in the placenta tissue of the pepper, where the seeds are contained. This is why taking out the seeds of a chili pepper drasti...
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Boswellia Serrata for Arthritis

boswellia for arthritis
Boswellia serrata, commonly known as incense, is a plant that can be found in Africa and Arabia, due to its propensity for calcareous soil and heat. The aromatic gum resin that is extracted from the bark of the incense tree is used therapeutically, but also in religious ceremony and cosmetic products. Its extensive use in a number of religions is perhaps what incense is most known for. Incense is ...
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Aloe Vera for Arthritis

aloe vera arthtiris
  Aloe Vera mostly grows in areas with a mild climate, where temperatures below freezing point are rare. It is easily recognizable due to its luscious, spear-shaped leaves, and their saw-like edges, that sprout directly from the soil. Both the sap and the gel of the plant alike are used for therapeutic purposes, as long as one simple condition is met: the leaves must be picked only after t...
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