Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a damage to the central nervous system caused by attack of our own immune system. Leading to different health issues which have not been solved conventionally yet. That’s why we focus on medicinal answers from nature’s kingdom. Read on to learn more about.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
- reduced mobility
- numbness/tingling of arms/legs
- sexual problems
- cognitive problems
- urinary tract infection
Conventionally treated mainly with synthetics to suppress these symptoms this, however, causes additional other health issues.
To answer this vicious cycle with power of nature, we may focus on following...
NATURAL THERAPIES – SCIENTIFICALLY VERIFIED
Based on the fact that MS is causing inflammation, science – with special reference to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD – recommends for MS patients to consume primarily low fat and high fiber diet, as you find it in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
With special reference to
Vice-versa, MS patients may refrain from saturated fat, high fat dairy, and salt.
According to research at, inter alia, the University of Colorado in Denver, CO, and verified by the U.S. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NIH), following herbs may be beneficial for MS patients, as follows.
As it may support the immune system of MS patients.
to thwart, inter alia, fatigue.
To counteract depression naturally.
To help with pain and spasticity, as well as urinary tract infection.
In order to stay strong and active, when affected by MS, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA, recommends physical exercise.
IN A NUTSHELL
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a damage to the central nervous system caused by attack of our own immune system. Leading to different health issues which have not been solved with conventional therapies yet. That’s why we focus on medicinal answers from nature’s kingdom in this blog.
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