What Are the Best Anti-Inflammatory Spices?
What I have been doing to keep pain down, and how long it takes for spices to work..
I have had such a issue with the Fibromyalgia lately. I have been researching inflammation in my bones and muscles. I do have thinning of the bones and take a bone pill weekly. I found out that the more I use of the spices above the better the pain seems to be, it’s reduced ten percent in two weeks..
I use a lot of ginger root, fresh root, and I shred it all into my meats and noodles and more..Ginger is a good tasting spice and its not over powering to your food..they also have it in a tube, like tooth paste..it’s a amazing spice.
Cinnamon can be used on toast or oatmeal, and in ways you desire your sweet taste. Also I use Turmeric in meats and a lot of good foods.
These spices work, they reduce the inflammation and they help muscles and joints..I have been down with severe pain, and as I use these spices I feel the pain easing each day..it takes time, longer than medicines, but meds just cover up the pain, mostly pain pills..so now try these spices and see if they help you. Also fresh ginger is better, the fresher the better..but I use both..
Here are some tips I use also below.
Warm warm baths, I get it as hot as my skin can take, it loses up the muscles..
Also moist heat, it loses the muscles and pain reduces.
Ice pack for inflammation will feel good to the sore points.
Rest is important when flares come up.
Plant-based anti-inflammatorily showed that, while rosemary doesn’t have quite the anti-inflammatory super powers that ginger does, it still significantly inhibits the inflammatory response. It’s also a powerful antioxidant and contains high levels of calcium, iron, and vitamin B6.
You can use Rosemary in sauces and on meats, in soup and many more ways.
I hope this helps, it did and does me..Love BettyB.