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Studies that show inflammation causes disease and infection. CBD is a natural alternative to pain management, healing and prevention. Plant-based nutritional supplements can strengthen the nervous, immune system, brain and digestion.

Arthritis Foundation InflammationNutrients can alleviate arthritis pain and inflammation; positively affecting overall health. Studies show certain foods have anti-inflammatory properties and benefits for rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory forms of arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout and osteoporosis. More

Mayo Clinic CBD for InflammationChronic inflammation, also known as low-grade or systemic inflammation — can play a puzzling and long-lasting role in the body. Consider the vast array of autoimmune disorders — such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and polymyalgia rheumatica — where the body’s immune system mistakenly initiates an inflammatory response even though there’s no apparent inflammation to fight off.

Chronic inflammation plays a more obvious role in diseases such as asthma and the inflammatory bowel diseases ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Even less obvious — but of enormous interest to researchers — is the part inflammation plays in cancer. More

Inflammation can damage the body over time. Heart problems, cancers, kidney and liver diseases, memory loss, and depression may all be related to chronic inflammation. More

Harvard Medical InflammationHarvard Health Publications for Harvard Medical notes many major diseases that plague us—including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, depression, and Alzheimer’s—have been linked to chronic inflammation.

Increased risk for chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease are also associated with excess inflammation,” Dr. Hu says. “It’s not surprising, since inflammation is an important underlying mechanism for the development of these diseases.”

Developing a safer anti-inflammatory is a worthy goal, since stomach irritation from prescription medications can cause pain, nausea, ulcers and bleeding. Studies have shown anti-inflammation medications can cause stroke, heart attack, increase blood pressure and kidney problems. More

ABC News Inflammation
Inflammation is part of the body’s immune response; without it, we can’t heal. But when it’s out of control—as in rheumatoid arthritis—it can damage the body.

Plus, it’s thought to play a role in obesity, heart disease, and cancer. Foods high in sugar and saturated fat can spur inflammation.

“They cause over activity in the immune system, which can lead to joint pain, fatigue, and damage to the blood vessels,” says Scott Zashin, MD, clinical professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

Alzheimers Assoc. Inflammation
The Alzheimer’s Association reports that Down Syndrome is associated with increased levels of genes and proteins that promote inflammation.

Inflammation has been implicated in the development and progression of Alzheimer’s disease.

Nearly all people who have Down syndrome will begin to develop brain changes associated with Alzheimer’s disease, although brain function does not begin to decline until later. More

Sloan Kettering Cancer Inflammation

Experts estimate that as many as 30 percent of all cancers result from infection with a microbe, such as a virus or bacterium, or from the inflammation caused by an infection.

Additionally, infection is one of the leading complications for patients undergoing cancer treatment. More

Rheumatoid Arthritis Network

In people with rheumatoid arthritis, white blood cells create inflammation in the synovium. This causes the tissue that lines the walls of the joints to thicken and become swollen and painful when moved.  The uncontrollable joint inflammation can also lead to joint erosion, a loss of motion, and joint damage to many associated parts of the body. In other words, people with rheumatoid arthritis will likely experience worsening pain and stiffness, especially if this particular inflammatory arthritis isn’t treated. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) doesn’t have to stop you from living your life. Although the symptoms of RA can be painful, there are many treatments and therapies to help you take your life back. More