Using Niacinamide

The Link Between Cold Weather and Joint Pain

…chondroitin (both of which I recommend), but other nutrients that are just as helpful include niacinamide, whey, lemon myrtle and wild rosella. And for acute pain relief, don’t resort to traditional NSAIDs. Instead, use natural pain relieving therapies like capsaicin and turmeric. You May Also Be Interested…

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The One Memory-Boosting Nutrient You Should Be Taking

…trials plan on utilizing 1,500 mg of niacinamide twice daily, I wish the researchers would study the work of another researcher, Dr. William Kaufman, and his findings on dosing amounts. Dr. Kaufman had experience with over a thousand patient-years of niacinamide use and was well-versed in how to obtain…

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Kava and L-Tryptophan for Anxiety

…are many pharmaceutical drugs to choose from. However, if you are reluctant to use them (and there's good reason to be), there are natural treatment options. In this post, I discuss how Kava and L-Tryptophan can be used to manage anxiety. Kava for Anxiety Based on several European studies involving…

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A Little-Known Natural Solution for Depression

…, melatonin, tryptophan, St. John’s Wort, and niacinamide; * Eliminating food allergies; and * Bringing down excess copper levels. Another plant extract from Africa has just recently become available in this country that for centuries has been used successfully by the indigenous population to help…

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