Use These Spices and Herbs for Rheumatoid Arthritis
Which spices and herbs benefit rheumatoid arthritis? Hint: you may already have some in your pantry!
Timestamps 0:00 best spices and herbs for rheumatoid arthritis 0:05 What’s the difference between a spice and an herb? 0:18 What is rheumatoid arthritis? 0:56 Rheumatoid arthritis and T cells 1:32 What certain spices and herbs could do 1:48 Spices and herbs for rheumatoid arthritis 2:58 Natural remedies for rheumatoid arthritis
In this video, we’re going to talk about the best spices and herbs for rheumatoid arthritis.
What’s the difference between a spice and an herb? • Herbs are the leaves, flowers, and stems of plants. • Spices are the seeds, fruit, root, and bark of plants.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease. This means that your own immune system is attacking itself—mainly the joints. There is a lot of inflammation going on, and it’s really the immune system causing the damage. With rheumatoid arthritis, you have a big problem with the T cells. These cells are doing a lot of destruction to your joints. There is also a certain T cell that is supposed to turn off this immune reaction, and I think this could be where the bigger problem is—it’s not balancing the reaction.
By using certain spices and herbs, you can help decrease the inflammatory process that’s creating the damage. You could also help strengthen the immune system and improve the antimicrobial function.
The best spices and herbs for rheumatoid arthritis: 1. Ginger 2. Thyme 3. Turmeric 4. Cinnamon 5. Garlic 6. Black pepper 7. Oregano
Other remedies for rheumatoid arthritis: • Increase potassium • Decrease sugar consumption • Fast • Increase vitamin D • Avoid vegetable oils