Using Herbal Remedies To Treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Using Herbal Remedies To Treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
While the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome is not known, herbal remedies are becoming more and more popular as
an effective form of alternative therapy.
They are especially beneficial when it comes to encouraging the strength of the immune system and to fighting a
number of viruses.
Astragalus is very effective at encouraging the proper workings of the immune system and is excellent at
treating both symptoms of the flu and head colds.
Astragalus encourages the production of white blood cells and white blood cells are necessary to fight both
swelling as well as infections of many kinds. The suggested dosage of astragalus is 150 to 250 milligrams three to
four times per day.
Be aware that astragalus should never be taken when a person is suffering from a fever. The combination of
burdock root, dandelion and red clover when it is combined as a tea helps to encourage swift healing because it
supports proper immune system functioning as well as cleansing the bloodstream.
All three of these ingredients can be mixed together or combine two of the herbs and then seek to consume four
to six cups on a daily basis.
Ginkgo biloba helps to improve the functioning of the brain and also improves circulation.
Milk thistle is excellent for protecting the liver while pau darco is excellent for helping to get rid of
bacterial infections that are the result of an overgrowth of Candida albicans.
Ginseng is very beneficial for chronic fatigue syndrome sufferers. For example, Chinese (or Korean) ginseng
helps to increase energy levels in the body and it also helps to fight high levels of stress.
This is a very strong herb that is excellent at fighting any number of viral infections and Chinese ginseng
helps to improve the functioning of the immune system. Due to the intensity of this herb always be cautious when
It is wise to choose a standardized extract that is made up of seven percent ginsenosides.
Chronic Fatigue Fast Facts
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Never use any form of Chinese ginseng if you have heart disease, high blood pressure or if you are
As well if you are sensitive to caffeine or any other form of stimulant stay away from Chinese (or
Siberian ginseng is another form of ginseng that allows the body the greater ability to cope with
disease, stress and fatigue.
Siberian ginseng contains very potent antioxidant properties and helps to greatly increase the
mental alertness of a chronic fatigue sufferer.
Always choose a standardized extract of Siberian ginseng that has as its components, 0.5 percent
eleutheroside E. Always consume 100 to 200 milligrams of Siberian ginseng twice a day, the best times being in the
morning and then again in the afternoon.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Facts
There have been no medications developed that are made just to treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,
but Doctors have learned to use common prescriptions to relieve some of their patients
The combination of bee pollen, carrot juice and kelp help to give a person energy if they find
themselves fatigued and worn down, especially if it is caused by low blood pressure.
Insomnia is often a health condition that is closely associated with chronic fatigue syndrome. Two
herbs that help to improve the quality of a persons sleep are skullcap and valerian root.
These can be taken either together or separately, as both can be highly effective.