Natural Anti-Inflammatory Herbs For Arthritis, Tendonitis, Bursitis and Fascitis


I want to tell you the story about natural anti-inflammatory herbs. Mother Nature has given us four very powerful natural anti-inflammatory agents, which are:

1.  Curcumin, which comes from the spice turmeric

2.  Boswellia

3.  White Willow bark extract

4.  Ginger

Together these nutrients  work like aspirin or ibuprofen. They block the chemical reactions that lead to inflammation, pain and swelling. So, that is  pretty amazing. Not only that but they also they don't cause stomach irritation, or cause intestinal bleeding , or liver disorders, and they don’t cause kidney toxicity.

Did you know 10,000-20,000 people die each year in the United States from the bleeding disorders that are caused by using aspirin, ibuprofen or a related Non steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug. It's not that you should never use these drugs. The idea is that you want to decrease your dependency on them as much as you can because they do have serious side effects if used too often.

My point is this if you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, or a severe type of arthritic condition, or any joint inflammatory condition, or Bursitis, or Tendonitis, or Fascitis, then using natural anti- inflammatory herbs to help suppress that inflammation and pain is really in your best interest. This enables you to decrease your reliance, or even eliminate your reliance, on some of those the harsher antii-inflammatory drugs that can cause intestinal bleeding and/or liver and kidney toxicity.

The combination I have seen work very well for patients is an all-in-one supplement containing Curcumin, Boswellia , White willow bark extract and ginger. They need be at the right dosage and standardized grade to be effective, but this combination is very potent, powerful and effective. Some of these ingredients even have some impressive anti-cancer properties. You can learn more about each of these natural anti-inflammatory agents in other articles available at

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