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Bursitis can be a very painful condition and it can take weeks or even months to resolve. If you suffer from bursitis, please take a moment to read about a natural remedy that may be helpful. Acusil helps reduce inflammation and pain. The ingredients found in this remedy have been clinically proven to lessen the causal factors of inflammatory response leading to reduced swelling and pain.
Acusil is a natural remedy that is designed to strengthen and tone specific body systems, in particular the body systems that are involved in your natural inflammatory, immunologic, and pain responses.
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What is in Acusil?
~ Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM, is a sulfur-containing remedy that promotes the body's natural pain and inflammatory response.
~ Curcumin (Curcuma longa) is one of the best known and heavily researched anti-inflammatory compounds, and is the main active ingredient in the herb turmeric and the linked page will alert you to any side effects from using turmeric.
~ Willow Bark Extract (Salix alba) contains anti-inflammatory and pain relieving compounds (like salacin).
~ Boswellia serrata (Indian frankincense) is anothernatural pain relieving, anti-inflammatory herb with a safe pharmacologic profile.
~ Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a natural anti-inflammatory and pain relieving agent. Much like Boswellia, it helps manage the body's natural pain response by regulating s-lipoxygenase.
For Optimal Results:
Nutritional support may help speed healing when taken with Acusil. Consume a diet with lots of calcium and magnesium as well as vitamins A and C and a good B-Complex. Essential oils such as basil and marjoram are also terrific. Just dilute in a bit of massage oil and rub into bursitis area. Ginger root or diluted ginger essential oil applied topically may also help with inflammation.
Although bursitis commonly affects the knees and shoulders, it may also appear at elbows, in hips or ankles. If you are someone who has a job requiring repetitive motion all day, you may want to take special precautions against developing bursitis. Make sure to take breaks and to stretch whatever joint areas are involved in repetitive work.
The information on natural remedies for bursitis are for educational purposes only and are not intended to replace any needed medical attention, evaluation or treatment. Bursitis symptoms that do not resolve may indicate other issues. Some conditions that may sometimes be mistaken for bursitis include arthritis, tendonitis and synovial sarcoma. If you're not sure you have bursitis, see a doctor and rule out other conditions.