5 tips of herbs for the treatment of osteoporosis at home

5 tips of herbs for the treatment of osteoporosis at home
Herbalists say that with some plants, people can strengthen their bones with vitamins. Herbalists recommend nettle, parsley, ginger, comfrey and sesame to strengthen bones and minimize possible bone fractures. Osteoporosis is associated with a decrease in bone density. The person’s height and bone mass decrease. The bones become brittle and easily breakable. Women over the age of 50 are most susceptible to this disease. The reason is the reduced secretion of estrogen in the climate. Scientists have found that estrogen is responsible for many processes in the body including the condition of human bones.

  1. Care from early youth is desirable – even at a young age you should think about strengthening bones to avoid osteoporosis in later life. Hereditary predisposition also plays a role in the occurrence of osteoporosis. That is why every person should exercise, walk, walk and engage in physical work within reasonable limits. Even carrying objects of 2 to 3 kilograms contributes to strengthening bones.
  2. Certain products strengthen the skeletal mineral Calcium is the most important for strengthening bones. Cabbage, lettuce, soy, carrots, beets and beets are extremely rich in calcium. Sesame seeds are the leading product among calcium-rich plant products. Sesame seeds can be used alone or as an addition to salads, soups, porridges, baked goods. Osteoporosis develops on the basis of reduced amounts of estrogen in the body then products are needed to compensate for this loss. Soy is an ideal product and all variants with soy.
  3. Strengthening bones with vitamins – doctors usually prescribe preparations that contain calcium and vitamin D, without which the body does not absorb calcium. Adequate nutrition is desirable for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. These are products rich in a calcium and mineral components, ie phosphorus, potassium and magnesium. Vitamin C is necessary for the production of collagen, which is the bone protein that creates the organic matrix of bone.
  4. Medicinal roots are useful-ancient physician Paracelsus said that the root of the plant is identical to the human skeleton and plants with medicinal roots are used to strengthen bones. Dandelion, burdock, chicory, marshmallow, pomegranate and peony roots, as well as parsley and comfrey contribute to bone strengthening. Herbalists place special emphasis on the comfrey root Latin Symphytum officinale which still helps in healing and cementing bones. That is why comfrey solves every problem (fractures, cracks, etc.) with the bones. Comfrey is a medicinal plant with a strong effect, so it is used in short procedures. The recommendation is 10% comfrey tincture twice a day for 10 days. Then you should use a two-week break and repeat the procedure once more. Comfrey tincture can be dripped into milk or water. For the elderly, it is advisable to perform this treatment once or twice a year.
  5. Wild plants also contain calcium to strengthen bones and skeletons – medicinal plants that contain calcium are nettle, red clover, alfalfa, watercress, horsetail, parsley, dandelion and ginger. Astragalus (Latin Astragalus) and peony contain a lot of mineral components needed by bones. These herbs strengthen bones, teeth, nails and hair. Plants from the group of adaptogens are recommended for strengthening bones. These are aralia (Latin Aralia), Eleutherococcus (Latin Eleuthe-rococcus), ginseng (Latin Schisandra chinesis). It is recommended to make porridge and medicinal liquids with plants that contain a lot of calcium. For example, take a pinch of nettle and parsley, add a piece of chopped ginger and one small spoonful of some plant from the group of adaptogens. Pour with a liter of boiling water. Leave for about half an hour to 40 minutes. Strain. Add this healing liquid to soups and porridges. It is useful to simply drink this liquid during the day.

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