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…Phytosterols were not known specifically then but have been benefiting man since ancient times. During our recent modern times, Beta Sitosterol was seen as a treatment for inflammation. It was tested on patients with multiple sclerosis and was found to have the ability to reduce pain and inflammation. It had significant effect on patient’s well being and had no untoward side effects at all. It is in managing blood cholesterol that many experts…

…or breastfeeding women and even children keep away from this alternative medicine just until clinical studies are made. And finally, medical experts discourage the use of this product for patients with pre-existing multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. This is because active ingredients in the plant can make the immune system weaker and possibly worsen the condition. So if you are interested in using Bupleurum herb, make sure that you do…

…associated with joint pain and arthritis. Other specialists are looking into the possibility of Cat’s Claw Dry Bark for the treatments of AIDS related symptoms. It is also being used in the treatment of tuberculosis, multiple sclerosis and most recently rheumatoid arthritis. The use of Cat’s Claw Dry Bark for the treatment of autoimmune disorders such as lupus is being studied and hopefully as a cure for the illness as well. Although Cat’s Claw…

…conditions could be asthma and atopic allergies which might cause you to have an allergic reaction while using Echinacea Angustifolia root. Other affects could be autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. Hence the best way to find out if it is useful for you is to consult with your herbalist or naturopathic doctor before using it. [http://www.naturalwellbeing.com/products/triple-echinacea-gold Triple Echinacea…

…Beta glucan is used and helpful in the treatment of the common cold, HINI flu, influenza, hepatitis, allergies, asthma, Lyme disease, aging, ear infections, ulcerative colitis, and fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Beta glucan is also applied on the skin for eczema, dermatitis, bedsores, wrinkles, burns, diabetic ulcers, wounds, and radiation burns. Beta glucan is used in manufacturing as food additive…

…also research suggesting that Ginkgo can reduce brain damage from inhibiting free-radicals after a stroke occurs. Due to its natural anti-inflammatory properties it may make it a viable option in the treatment of multiple sclerosis and organ transplant patients. In Europe, Ginkgo extracts are among the best selling herbal medicine and remedies found. There are more than four hundred scientific clinical studies conducted on Ginkgo since the later…

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