There are many natural and alternative approaches available for those people who suffer from body inflammation. By adopting healthy lifestyles and habits and getting some physical activity every day it is possible to keep your joints flexible and fuel your body with natural anti inflammatory agents. You can also practice a cleansing or detox program a couple of times every year. Alternative therapies such as mind-body treatments, massage, acupuncture, water therapy, can give a significant help in pain relief.
A healthy diet that would include anti inflammatory spices, fruits and vegetables can also be of great help in preventing and alleviating body inflammation, arthritis and its symptoms of joint pain. Adding healthy herbs and spices to your daily diet can not only add more flavor to your meals without using sugar or salt, but also can greatly help in preventing and alleviating your body inflammation. Anti inflammatory spices have a high content in antioxidants and anti inflammatory active ingredients. They have unique protective properties and a role in reducing inflammation. In addition, spices and herbs have also a high content of phytonutrients, such as phenolics, flavonoids, and carotenoids with health-promoting properties. Among the anti inflammatory spices are included cinnamon, oregano, thyme, ginger, cayenne, paprika, crushed red pepper, turmeric, and especially rosemary.
Rosemary is the most potent among the anti inflammatory spices. This spice is widely used in the Mediterranean cuisine. Its benefits are not only reduced to relieve body inflammation, muscle and joint pain, but is is proved to also improve memory, support the the circulatory and nervous systems, stimulate hair growth, prevent thrombosis, increase menstrual and urine flow, and treat indigestion. For inflammations and joint pain rosemary can work as well internally, used in dishes, or taken orally in form of supplement extract, as externally, applied topically to the affected region. Rosemary supplements are available in form of dried whole herb, preparations made from dried or fresh leaves, such as teas, alcohol tinctures, or liquid extract, dried powdered extract in capsules, or volatile oil for external use.
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My name is Josef Bichler.
I have a passion for wellness and showing others how to live healthy lives. I have corrected my own health problems with the use of alternatives only and helping others to achieve their health objectives through lifestyle changes, detoxifying their body and through understanding the benefits of eating healthy.