HEALTH ADVERTS   New Natural Treatment for Arthritis. Wednesday, May 23, 2018.

New Herbal Discovery That Relieves Arthritis naturally!

Amazing results with no side effects. That’s why top MD’s now prescribe it for their patients!

Dr Sarah Mulligan.

It’s been estimated that more than half of our most effective drugs and medicines today come from plant based sources.

Dealing with the constant aches and  pains of rheumatoid arthritis can be overwhelming.

However, new research shows that the right kind of herbs and supplements can lower stress and fatigue connected to living with rheumatoid arthritis.

These benefits are unprecedented in the history of medical science. Yet despite all these extraordinary benefits, most people have never heard of these new herbal discoveries.

Why? Because according to law, the companies that market supplements are not allowed to tell you about any of these benefits!

That’s right. They’re prohibited by law from telling you what I just told you.

And it doesn’t matter how many studies prove that these supplements work. It doesn’t matter how many doctors swear by them.

It doesn’t matter how many patients have benefited from taking them. According to the Dietary Supplement Health Education Act of 1994, supplement makers are forbidden from claiming that any of their products can cure or even prevent any illness or disease!

Perhaps the most important inflammatory conditions to affect humanity are the varieties of arthritis and rheumatism.

Throughout the world herbal medicine is used in its treatment.

Arthritis is a general term for approximately 100 named diseases that produce either inflammation of connective tissues, particularly in joints, or noninflammatory degeneration of these tissues.

The word simply means joint inflammation, but because other structures are also affected, the diseases are often called connective tissue diseases. The terms rheumatism and rheumatic diseases are also used.

Besides conditions so named, the diseases include gout, lupus erythematosus, ankylosing spondylitis, degenerative joint disease, and many others.

Unfortunately chemical identification of the anti-inflammatory components are usually given much more attention than therapeutic use of the herbs. This is because the plants are viewed as sources of potentially valuable drugs rather than having inherent value in themselves.

The plant kingdom is abundant in species that act as anti-inflammatories to muscle tissue.

If the premise is accepted that through an ecological integration most of the biological needs of humanity and the other animals are met by our evolutionary environment, the wealth of anti-inflammatory herbs comes as no surprise.

Whilst they are rarely as immediately powerful as the steroid drugs, they are very rarely as dangerous and potentially life threatening.

While it’s true that many nondrug approaches for pain relief have been based primarily on their thousands of years of use by Asian, Indian and other traditional cultures, there is now an impressive body of scientific evidence that makes natural medicine a smarter choice than ever before for many arthritis sufferers.

And, of course, before you begin taking any new supplement, it’s always best to discuss your plans with a physician skilled and knowledgeable in nutritional medicine.

To your good health.

Dr Sarah Mulligan.

 Medical References:

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3 Cordell Biological and phytochemical investigations of Dianthus barbatus cv. China Doll (Caryophyllaceae). LLOYDIA 1977 Jul-Aug; 40(4):361-3
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5 Oriowo Anti-inflammatory activity of piperonyl-4-acrylic isobutyl amide, an extractive from Zanthoxylum zanthoxyloides. PLANTA MED (1982 Jan) 44(1):54-6
6 Eichler Antiphlogistic, analgesic and spasmolytic effect of harpagoside, a glycoside from the root of Harpagophytum procumbens.
ARZNEIM FORSCH (Jan 70) 20(1):107-9
7 Lenfeld Antiinflammatory activity of quaternary benzophenanthridine alkaloids from Chelidonium majus. PLANTA MED (1981 Oct) 43(2):161-5
8 Naik Analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity in alcoholic extracts of Cucumis trigonus Roxburghii. A preliminary communication. PHARMACOLOGY 1980; 20(1):52-6
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Source: Steven Ehrlich, NMD, a naturopathic physician and founder of Solutions Acupuncture & Naturopathic Medicine, PLLC, in Phoenix. He has spent the last decade using natural medicine to treat chronic pain and illness. Dr. Ehrlich has also taught naturopathic techniques to both conventional and alternative medicine practitioners.