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Natural Remedies for Arthritis Using Herbals

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Natural Remedies for Arthritis Using Herbals

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Natural alfalfa supplements have a number of benefits including being helpful in dissolving gout-causing uric acid so it passes through the kidneys. Known as “the father of all foods”, the alfalfa plant contains a storehouse of nutrients helpful in managing arthritis symptoms. Reaching depths of 20 feet into the soil, its root brings forth vitamins and minerals in their most natural form.

Alfalfa aids in pain and stiff joints from swollen knees and swelling of ankles and feet. Alfalfa is a natural diuretic and helps regulate the body’s acid/alkaline balance. Recognized for centuries for its healing properties, alfalfa contains eight digestive enzymes, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, chlorophyll, bioflavonoids, trace minerals ,and vitamins.

The alfalfa plant is also popularly used as an alternative natural source in homeopathic medicines worldwide. Today, alfalfa is suggested for treating gout and gouty arthritis, most other arthritis types, kidney and bladder problems, colon problems, anemia, asthma, diabetes, ulcers, stomach ailments, prostate conditions, gas pains, hiatal hernia, and water retention.

Alfalfa supplements are available for human consumption in several forms, such as alfalfa tablets, alfalfa powder, and alfalfa tea.

Alfalfa has great value as daily food supplement for long-term relief of the pain of arthritis and cardiovascular health of animals and humans. For use in therapeutic doses, it acts well when . It can be given to aniUse 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried alfalfa leaves in a cup of boiling water. Steep until cooled.mals as an infusion, extracts, or dried bulk herb sprinkled onto food.


Herbal Tea: Use 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried alfalfa leaves in a cup of boiling water. Steep until cooled.



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