CANCER SIDE EFFECTS: INFLAMMATION
NATURAL ONLINE DOCTOR’S SUNDAY BLOG
If you suffer inflammation as a consequence of oncologic cancer treatment, see how to relieve this side effect with natural medicine. While all of the following recommendations are scientifically validated in the Anglo-American sphere as a general rule, they cannot replace a strictly personalized advice based on your individual metabolism.
Inflammation is a common health problem with 2 basic causes. First, any of the multibillions of cells in our body – a systemic phenomenon – can become inflamed. Second, since our body is a natural phenomenon, any synthetic (man-made) chemical (including medications) can basically cause inflammation.
When it comes to conventional oncologic cancer treatment, the chance of inflammation is even greater, since the chemicals for chemotherapy are the most toxic ones on the market, and radiation being no less dangerous.
Schizophrenically, not only can chemotherapy and radiation cause inflammation – inflammation supports the development of cancer.
Accordingly, anti-inflammatory measures are most important. Thereby it is necessary to understand that not only are inflammation and pain strongly interrelated from a biochemical point of view – those herbs mentioned in the Sunday Blog on Cancer Side Effect Pain (Sunday, May 18th) are highly appropriate also for Inflammation. Inter alia, as an alphabetical shortlist:
- Amor Seco
Additional nutrients (again, as an alphabetical shortlist) may be:
as a polyphenol produced by certain plants naturally such as, inter alia, berries and red grapes as a kind of ‘immunity’ to ward off bacteria and fungi.
This biochemical background gives this natural substance the power to also ward off inflammation in humans. Cancer included, according to research at the University of Buffalo.
Another berry with anti-inflammatory (and anti-pain) power is
as scientifically validated at, inter alia, the University of Arkansas, Shanghai Institute of Pharmaceutical Industry, and AIBMR Life Science, Inc.
The same is with
- Tart Cherries
helping to reduce chronic inflammation, according to Oregan Health & Science University.
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