CBD is the word on everyone’s lips, lately. And for good reason. With powerful antioxidant, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory properties, CBD has an array of positive health benefits.
Inflammation is the body’s natural response to irritation, infection, and injury. However, it can also be caused by unhealthy foods and lifestyle habits. 7 foods to consider as an alternative treatment for pain relief, especially for long-term use.
The world of natural supplements is a wonderful place, there’s always a new plant root or extract to nibble, a new tincture of sorts to try. Inside turmeric, there’s a gem of a compound called curcumin - known for its natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric that gives it its yellow hue and disease-fighting power. Thanks to these impressive healing properties, curcumin is now the golden child (pun intended) of the wellness world.
Along with the inability to socialise after a night of red wine-drinking, a couple of grey hairs and a sudden desire to buy ‘comfortable shoes’, getting older brings with it achy joints and muscles.
It’s pretty clear that less sugar-rush-inducing chocolate and more nutrient-rich fruit and vegetables are vital to keeping kids healthy. But there are two particular vitamins that stand out when it comes to helping their mini skeletons grow ‘big and strong’.