Multiple Sclerosis natural remedies

• Stinging nettle contains a number of potentially beneficial substances. Take a fresh plant (covered with tiny stingers) and slap it against your exposed skin. This practice, as archaic as it sounds, provides microinjections of those substances.

• Dr. Andrew Weil, the popular herbal advocate, strongly recommends gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) to treat autoimmune disorders. Black currant oil contains GLA, which has anti-inflammatory action. Weil recommends taking 500 mg of black currant oil twice daily. Improvement can be expected after 8 weeks.
Multiple Sclerosis diet Evening primrose oil is also a good source of GLA.

•  Purslane is high in magnesium, a mineral helpful in treating MS. Steam purslane like spinach, or eat it raw in salads.

Dosages may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Consult a qualified herbal practitioner, and let your physician know you've decided to try herbs. Some herbal remedies cannot be used in combination with conventional pharmaceuticals.

 
 
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