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Anti-Inflammatory Herbs and Spices

What is inflammation?

Derived from the Latin word “inflammo,” which means, “I set alight, I ignite,” inflammation is the body’s natural self-protectant against potentially harmful stimuli. When a part of the body becomes irritated or damaged, the body responds to protect it from further injury and restore tissue function. Inflammation can be beneficial when, for instance, you sustain a broken knee and the tissues surrounding the area need extra protection and care. In other cases, inflammation can cause further inflammation and get in the way of other normal processes of the body.

Chronicillness.co Site of United States staff is dedicated to giving patients their life back. Chronic pain symptoms can have a great deal to do with the foods you are consuming, and choosing nutritious anti-inflammatory foods are a great way to combat pain.

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Top 12anti-inflammatory herbs and spices

  • Black Pepper
  • Basic
  • Cardamom
  • Cayenne
  • Chamomile
  • Cilantro
  • Cinnamon
  • Cloves
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Rosemary
  • Turmeric

Turmeric is commonly used in Indian cuisine and has a peppery, bitter flavor. Some people say it has a hint of orange or ginger to its taste. Turmeric has a mustard-yellow color. For centuries, turmeric has been used to treat wounds, colds, liver disease, and fight infections. Curcumin is a compound of turmeric, and also helps reduce inflammation.

Ginger root is better known for its ability to heal travel sickness, nausea, and indigestion. However, some people use this zesty spice as a remedy for colic, irritable bowel, loss of appetite, flu, menstrual cramps, and chills. Because ginger is filled with many anti-inflammatory properties, it is great to use for arthritis, tendonitis, headaches, and cholesterol and blood pressure aid.

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Garlic has many anti-inflammatory properties, which studies show help ease arthritis pain. Allicin, a substance found in garlic is filled with anti-bacterial properties that work like penicillin.  Garlic is a natural antibiotic that helps boost the immune system, improve circulation, and lowers blood pressure.

Almost all other anti-inflammatory herbs and spices are filled with other nutrients and properties that help keep the body healthy. Dr. Andrew Weil is an expert on the anti-inflammatory diet. Before making any changes to your diet, consult with your physician first.

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