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What are some natural anti-inflammatories I can take to reduce swelling in my in

  1. Eric Calderwood profile image81
    Eric Calderwoodposted 6 years ago

    What are some natural anti-inflammatories I can take to reduce swelling in my injured knee?

    Over the counter anti-inflammatories upset my stomach too much.  Are there some natural remedies I can take instead?

  2. Paul Kemp profile image74
    Paul Kempposted 6 years ago

    Turmeric extract is very good to quell inflammation. It's in Zyflamend by New Chapter and Inflama-Rest by Source Naturals, along with a collection of other anti-inflammatories.

    1. Paul Kemp profile image74
      Paul Kempposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I forgot to mention Omega-3 oils, especially fish oil. I just visited the chiropractor and that's what he prescribed for some bursitis. It is working.

  3. Linda MS Enos profile image74
    Linda MS Enosposted 6 years ago

    A regular diet incorporating Ginger, bittermelon, cabbage rather than a remedy remedy... Like a mini lifestyle change to fit your body.

  4. Vegas Elias profile image35
    Vegas Eliasposted 6 years ago

    In India natural remedies are very common. For all sorts of swellings and inflammations we use bottle gourd with a pinch of salt and turmeric boiled and eaten along with the soup. Bottle gourd is also a very effective anti allergic food.

  5. maggieju profile image60
    maggiejuposted 6 years ago

    Apart from medicine, why don't you try acupuncture, which could help your injured knee.

  6. artist101 profile image69
    artist101posted 6 years ago

    bromelain has anti inflammatory properties, must be taken in quercitin, bromelain complex- see my article on allergies. Red tart cherries also have pain relieving properties, eat often. I use dried ones, usually in with raisins, or in the produce section of the grocery store, with other dried fruits. Dgl (deglycyrrhizinated licorce)
    380mg 1-4 caps prior to meals, 3 times a day. Use only treated licorice, as untreated has been found to raise blood pressure. Available thru amazon.com/ vitamin shoppe. Magnesium and fish oil also have anti-inflammatory properties.

 
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