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February 16th, 2008


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jadesbrunch
07:54 pm - anti imflammatory
does anyone know a supplement that is a anti-imflammatory? I have been taking arthrotec which has resulted in ulcers, so i am looking for something a little more natural.

thank you
Jadesbrunch

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From:sadie_sabot
Date:February 17th, 2008 06:46 am (UTC)
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zyflamend
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From:twostepsfwd
Date:February 19th, 2008 01:05 am (UTC)
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Zyflamend is the bomb. Turmeric in general is really good, so I've used turmeric capsules.
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From:girlunblogged
Date:March 8th, 2009 07:35 pm (UTC)
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I don't know this zyflamend you guys talk about :(. I'll look for it here.
Stuff I've found from reading:
1)Ginger (i use this is cooking, since I love caribbean, chinese and indian food, and also to make ginger tea, or to add some slices with green tea)
2)Nettle tea. It looks foul but i swear I thought I'd grown out of my hayfever when I first started drinking it, until i ran out and the symptoms came back. Bah.
3)Tumeric. I use this in cooking, but I've also seen this sold as a supplements, but they are just the same powdered tumeric inside caplets for people who don't want to cook with it. The real acting substance is called curcuminoid, so ideally look for tablets of just that.

Check out Dr Weils anti-inflammation diet pyramid for more food.

Good luck!
xxx
From:(Anonymous)
Date:November 1st, 2009 01:05 am (UTC)

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What kind of problem are you dealing with?
There are many options depending on your condition
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