Something I use daily (along with Tumeric in my smoothie) to naturally fight inflammation. It’s important to use fish oil with a high EPA of 500 or more as this is the inflammation fighting element.
Tag - heating pad
Alright, so….If you can look past the cheesy Bollywood actor on the packaging, Sandhi Sudha joint pain oil is one the best ways to fight inflammation.Â I’ve gone through several bottles of this somewhat smelly potion over the last three years and I reach for it any time I feel my back heating up.Â I was as skeptical as anyone at first especially since it has that snake oil marketing quality about it, but for me this is a great naturopathic alternative to taking anti-inflammatory meds.Â I’ve come to rely on it now and so I’m passing along my recommendation.
I winter’s up here in Canada are cold and on the recommendation of my chiropractor I purchased this Lower Back and Shoulder Heat Wrap to warm my bones during the deep freeze.Â I surprised to find how comfortable this wrap is with it’s fleece like outer material.Â Much more useful than a heating pad as you can sit or walk around in it though I usually have to tie a double knot on the strap.Â Way better than the velcro strapped gizmo I used previously to this.Â The only minor complaint I would have is that if you overheat, the flax seeds inside will burn and stink up the room, so follow the instructions by gradually heating in the microwave.