Herbal rheumatism therapy

When is a plant-based rheumatism treatment advisable? Can rheumatic pain treatment really be optimized by herbal remedies? Which medicinal plants are involved - and are there any proofs of effectiveness? More in this chapter.

How does frankincense work against rheumatism?

Frankincense extracts can reduce rheumatic pain, improve joint mobility, and reduce swelling. This is the conclusion of some studies on this topic.

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Frankincense & turmeric in rheumatism: a duo with great potential

Rheumatism-afflicted know the old tormentors only too well: The joints hurt, make in everyday life no longer properly, are - depending on the situation - maybe swollen and overheated. Of course, there are plenty of medicines against it. But unfortunately they also have a lot of catch.

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Is it true that rosehips are good for rheumatism?

Scientifically proven that is not, but in natural medicine, the rosehip has long been known as "sprouting" medicinal plant. Mushrooms or rosehip infusions prepared from rosehips are therefore recommended in herbal medicine for gout and rheumatic complaints.

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When can hay flower envelopes help?

Envelopes from hay flower extracts can be used for heat treatment of rheumatic complaints.

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When should hay flowers not be used?

In the case of acute rheumatic attacks, hayflowers should not be used, although they are otherwise generally recognized as heat application in rheumatism.

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