Saffron for multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis.

Saffron for multiple sclerosis.

A component of the popular spice, saffron, shields brain cells from diseases caused by inflammation, including multiple sclerosis.

It is known that the inflammatory process is the body’s attempt to get rid of pathogens, damaged cells or irritants in order to initiate the healing process.

In turn, multiple sclerosis is characterized by inflammation of neurons that have lost their protective layer — myelin. Symptoms vary widely, including blurred vision, muscle cramps, loss of sensation, speech problems, dizziness, and depression.

Chris Power from the University of Alberta conducted a study and found that saffron contains what is called crocin. It has a protective effect on brain cell cultures.

Crocin prevented damage to myelin-producing cells. So saffron can be used as a complementary medicine to combat chronic brain inflammation, Power concludes.

To prepare the infusion, pour 1 teaspoon of saffron stigmas with 1 glass of boiling water, leave for 15-20 minutes, strain through 2-3 layers of gauze and cool. Take 1 tablespoon 3 times daily before meals.

Treating multiple sclerosis with a shovel.

Multiple sclerosis — this sounds like a sentence. A thought involuntarily appears: it is necessary … to grow vegetables, sell and go to a sanatorium for treatment. And only much later you realize that this is not a solution to the problem.

For a successful fight against multiple sclerosis, the main thing is not a health resort, but … the process of labor itself. For example, in the same garden. You just have to work. For sweat to pour down

It’s affordable, good for your health and your personal budget.
Plants will thank you with the harvest and well-being, in any case, clearly better than it was before you began to go out with a shovel into the garden. The shovel will heal.

Well, if there is no summer cottage, plant at least flowers in a pot on the windowsill. The main thing is that you can feel that the flower needs you! Take care of him, live as if for him, and he will live for you. You will feel better!

And get a dog, if you can. Of course, it would be better to have a shepherd dog — take hold of the collar, and it will be great to help you walk.

In short, walk and work, work and walk. So you are being treated, and the disease seems to … get tired!

Multiple sclerosis.

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