Steroids

Crocs--More Than Comfort

…generally starts like a stone bruise on the heel and the pain then spreads along the bottom of the foot. It’s most often treated medically with steroid injections combined with stretching exercises, and oftentimes orthotics (arch supports) are added. Many people now report that Crocs are a godsend…

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Fecal Transplants for Severe GI Issues

…ulcerative colitis, or a C. difficile infection, more drastic measures may be needed to restore digestive health. Antibiotics, anti-infectives, steroids, and immune suppressants are the most common forms of treatment in these cases, but they routinely fail to correct the problem. In fact, according…

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Clear Your Skin With a Good Digestive Cleansing

…these digestive compounds is frequently a problem in cases of psoriasis. The condition can also worsen when taking certain drugs like beta-blockers, steroids, and the anti-inflammatory indomethacin. I would also suggest taking a good bacterial digestive supplement. Probiotic benefits include a strengthening…

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What is Ashwagandha?

…Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng because of their similar properties, contains many useful medicinal chemicals, including antioxidants, steroidal lactones, saponins, withanolides alkaloids, choline, fatty acids, amino acids, and a variety of sugars. Due to these properties, ashwagandha is extremely…

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Treat Poison Ivy with This Oil Blend

Along with all the joys of summer come encounters with plants like poison oak and poison ivy. Most doctors and dermatologists will prescribe steroid creams to help treat the pain, swelling, and itchiness that come from contact with these plants. But there is a better solution that's free of side effects…

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Spirulina Helps Hepatitis C Patients

…minerals. And researchers have found that one of spirulina’s pigments, phycocyanin, possesses anti-inflammatory properties similar to some non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Spirulina has been recognized in many civilizations as a complete food or something that contains almost everything…

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Arthritis Superfood: Spirulina

…with arthritis? Researchers have found that one of spirulina's pigments, phycocyanin, possesses anti-inflammatory properties similar to some non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Considering the dangers linked to NSAIDs, particularly ulcers, spirulina should be viewed as an essential component…

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