Arthritis and Pain Relief

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Herbal remedies provide a safer alternative to treating arthritis than relying solely on prescription and over-the-counter drugs. White willow, cayenne and other herbs contain salicylates, compounds like those in aspirin. They are among the many other herbal medicines that fight inflammation and relieve pain. Remember to always seek guidance if you are taking prescription drugs, to check for potential interactions when mixing herbs and drugs.

Naturally reduce swelling, inflamation, joint pain, and even serves as a natural pain reliever.  See below for ingredient details.

Ingredients: Organic Ginger Root, Organic Yarrow, Organic Red Clover, Organic St John’s Wort, Organic California Poppy, Organic Turmeric, Organic White Willow Bark, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Nigella, Organic Chaga Mushroom, Organic Stevia, House Blend

 

Most teas can be re-steeped multiple times within a few hours of the initial infusion. The science of tea tasting is to do what tastes right. Learn and gauge according to your taste buds. Below is a guideline to get you on the right track. Investing in a level hot water dispenser would be a great tool for your journey into tea.

TEA TYPE

WATER TEMP

STEEP TIME

WHITE

175-185

1-3 MINUTES

CHINESE GREEN

185

3 MINUTES

JAPANESE GREEN

180

2-3 MINUTES

BLACK

206

3-5 MINUTES

DARJEELING

185

3 MINUTES

OOLONG (ROLLED & LONG LEAF)

185-206

3-5 MINUTES

HERBAL INFUSION/TISANE

206

5-7 MINUTES

RAW PU-ERH

195

FIRST SOAK 30 SECONDS THEN FLUSH. STEEP 3-5 MINUTES

HALF BAKED & FULL BAKED PU-ERH

206

FIRST SOAK 30 SECONDS THEN FLUSH. STEEP 3-5 MINUTES

 

 

Turmeric -
Used for centuries in Indian (Ayurvedic) and Chinese medicine for everything from liver disease to arthritis to immune disorders, rigorous scientific studies in recent decades confirm that turmeric has “antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and anticancer activities and thus has a potential against various malignant diseases, diabetes, allergies, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, and other chronic illnesses.
Turmeric’s benefits are largely pinned to curcumin, a potent antioxidant that dramatically reduces inflammation (while also giving the spice its vibrant yellow color). Curcumin inhibits the growth of tumor cells in a variety of cancers and improves insulin resistance in subjects with altered metabolic function.

Turmeric contains two dozen other anti-inflammatory compounds, including six different COX-2 inhibitors (the COX-2 enzyme speeds up the formation of substances that cause inflammation and pain, and causes tumor cells to grow).

Turmeric also blocks the formation of the beta-amyloid plaques that cause Alzheimer’s disease, in part by turning off the NF-kappa B family of molecules that trigger inflammatory proteins uncontrollably during stress.
Include turmeric in your diet by adding it to salad dressings and meat or fish marinades, or by making a turmeric-infused tea or latte.


Ginger -

Ginger is another spice that’s been used for centuries for inflammation and pain, to soothe sore muscles and throats, and combat general aches and fatigue. Ginger attacks inflammation through the action of gingerols, shogaols, and paradols.
The potent antioxidant 6-gingerol inhibits production of the free radical peroxynitrite that causes inflammation and pain[xii]. (Overgrowth of gut bacteria is linked with excessive peroxynitrite.) As a group these ginger compounds act like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) (e.g., ibuprofen, Aleve, Celebrex) used widely in this country to relieve arthritis pain. But why turn to drugs when ginger blocks the pain-causing chemicals associated with arthritis? Systematic reviews of clinical trials confirm the effect of ginger in relieving osteoarthritic pain.


Cinnamon-

Cinnamon’s claim to fame is its ability to lower blood sugar in diabetics by activating insulin receptors. Like many other herbs and spices, cinnamon also has a host of compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can lessen the likelihood of cellular damage and chronic disease.
Cinnamaldehyde inhibits the NF-kappaB proteins, transcription factors for pro-inflammatory genes and genes involved in immune, growth, and cell death responses, and it prevents blood platelets from clumping – all of which protect against heart disease, among other diseases of inflammation.
Cinnamon also blocks growth factors associated with abnormal cell growth, thus protecting against cancer.


Cloves-

Cloves contain eugenol, a compound similar to but more potent than cinnamon’s cinnamaldehye, and thus the spice also protects against the inflammation that underlies heart disease, cancer, and the other chronic diseases that plague eaters of the typical American diet. Eugenol works in part by blocking the COX-2 enzyme that causes inflammation (and which, if you recall, is the target for NSAIDS). Cloves are extremely rich in antioxidants, including the flavonoids kaempferol and rhamnetin.


White Willow Bark-
White willow bark has been used for thousands of years to reduce fever and inflammation. It contains salicin, a compound very similar to aspirin. Studies have shown that willow bark is effective for reducing lower back pain.

Cats Claw-

Cat's claw is an herb that is indigenous to Peru, Ecuador and Colombia, and has been an effective natural treatment of certain types of inflammatory conditions. Patients have found relief from gastritis (inflammation of the stomach) and acne, due to skin inflammation, and inflammation due to menstruation. Clinical studies have revealed that cat's claw has shown to greatly improve rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.


Nigella (Black Seed)-
Black Cumin has an interesting history that traces back to the Eyptian Dynasty. The seed was discovered in Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s tomb. This discovery dates all the way back to 1325 BC. The ancient Egyptians had very strong beliefs regarding the items they placed in the tombs of their deceased pharoahs. They carefully selected items which they believed would assist the Pharoahs as they passed on into the afterlife.
the oil of the seed and consituents such as thymoquinone had “potent anti-inflammatory effects”. Their experiments centered on conditions such as colitis and arthritis”. They also discovered that “the oil and certain active ingredients showed beneficial immuno-modulatory properties, augmenting the T cell- and natural killer cell-mediated immune responses”. T cells and natural killers cells are the body’s natural army. They defend the body from disease by killing off any infections. This is promising for those with immune disorders such as AIDS where the T cell count is usually low.


Chaga-
immune balancing
anti-inflammatory
anti-gastritis / anti-ulcer
anti-viral
normalizes cholesterol levels
detoxing
anti-aging
anti-cancer
suppresses the side effects of powerful pharmaceuticals
anti-oxidant


Red Clover Blossoms-
The use of red clover as an herbal remedy goes back centuries, and the plant enjoys a history of both topical and internal applications. As a topical aid, red clover is often an ingredient in liniments and balms, for relieving the pain of both eczema and psoriasis, for sores, burns, and as an aid against skin cancer. The pain-relieving properties of red clover are likely due to the presence of the anti-inflammatory compounds eugenol, myricetin and salicylic acid in the flowers. Salicylic acid also demonstrates activity against eczema.
– Acne
– Allergies
– Anti-inflammatory
– Bone and Joint Health
– Canker Sores
– Cleansing
– Detoxifying
– Digestive Disorders
– Eczema
– Endometriosis
– Fibroids
– Fibromyalgia
– Gastrointestinal Disorders
– Headaches
– Hormone Imbalances
– Irritable Bowel Syndrome
– Joint Pain
– Menopausal Problems
– Migraines
– Osteoporosis
– Poultice
– PMS
– Psoriasis
– Senility/Aging Conditions
– Skin Disorders
– Vascular Disorders


California Poppy-
Its antispasmodic action relaxes muscles throughout the body, making it a useful remedy for soothing tense, aching muscles and treating stress-related gut problems, IBS, colic and gallbladder pain. It can also be used for relieving tension headaches and is excellent for treating bedwetting in children, asthma and spasmodic coughs where there is a stress element; in fact it can be added to prescriptions for a wide variety of stress-related conditions. By calming the nervous system California poppy influences the heart and circulation. It slows a rapid heart, relieves palpitations, and reduces blood pressure.


Blackberry Leaf-

  • provide vitamin C
  • treat diarrhea
  • reduce pain and inflammation from sore throats
  • provide an antibacterial effect against H pylori, the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers
  • provide immune-boosting antioxidants
  • provide high levels of salicylic acid, which gives them similar properties to aspirin, such as pain relief and fever relief
  • reduce inflammation of the gums




 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 


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