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Can an endangered South African desert plant relieve arthritic pain? Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, MD, says devil’s claw can. It’s been used for thousands of years by South African natives to treat pain.
As we reported in Tuesday’s message, she’s studied the effects of the herb on arthritis pain. Several other studies and experts confirm its benefits.
She’s had so much success with the herb that she now uses it to help her patients successfully combat arthritic pain.
There’s some exciting news for people with arthritis. One all-natural plant extract can ease pain as effectively as any pain killer. But without any of the risky side effects.
It comes from Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, who has served on the White House Commission of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. She’s also chaired the United States Pharmacopeia Dietary Supplements and Botanicals Expert Committee.
How many people do you know who haven’t experienced back pain? Medical experts estimate that over 90 percent of all Americans will be plagued with back pain at some point during their lives. And when back pain strikes, it can be debilitating. A twinge today can mean agony tomorrow. An afternoon’s bed rest can turn into six weeks of missed work.
If you suffer from arthritis, you’ve certainly heard all about the latest wonder drugs and surgical procedures that can be used to “cure” you. But you’re not fooled, are you? We all know that the medical industry will never find the “silver bullet” for arthritis and other diseases of inflammation. The best that painkillers can do is temporarily mask your pain, while impeding your body from producing new cartilage in your aching joints.